Conviction in text-driving killing should be a wake-up call

Aaron Deveau was only 17 when he crossed the center line while texting and killed Daniel Bowley, Jr. of New Hampshire,  the father of three grown children. Deveau, now 18 years old, is the first person to be convicted under a  law making it a crime to injure someone while texting.  Even without the specific texting …

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Reflections from Afar

The thing about viewing the world from between your toes, seeing naught but silky white sand and turquoise water, is that it clears your mind. Re-entry is problematic. I note, for example, that save for the child abduction story, Haiti has disappeared from the headlines here. Is the ongoing human misery no longer a concern? …

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