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The Wall, The Law, and Who’s In Charge


So there was this fellow who was a sergeant and a drill instructor in the army of these United States.  He retired on years of service and moved from the base to a nearby city.  A year later he returns … Continue reading

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When Open-Minded Doctor is not an Oxymoron (Part I)


Last week I told Dr. Nasri Ghaly that I was writing a book.  Teasingly, he asked, “Is about me?”             “Not just about you,” I said, “but partly.  The part about you is called ‘To Interns in Search of a Role … Continue reading

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