In light of last week’s Charleston massacre, people who know me probably expect me to write about gun policy. It’s tempting, but I’ll let other people deal with this latest instance of America’s gun problem. Instead, let’s talk about Father’s Day—and how I almost missed the boat about just how important fatherhood is.
I begin with my own father, who was always concerned for my welfare, even as I entered adult life and was married with two young children. When family ...Continue Reading →