By DAVID KLEMENT
Conscience (noun): the sense or consciousness of the moral goodness or blameworthiness of one’s own conduct, intentions, or character together with a feeling of obligation to do right or be good. –Merriam-Webster
How naïve I still was as I began what would become a 32-year career at the Bradenton Herald in fall of 1975. READ MORE
By DAVID E. KLEMENT
It was their own fault, most Americans who weren’t Trumpster zealots agreed.
If only they’d worn a mask.
But Donald Trump and Mike Pence consistently refused to don the protective face coverings that most Americans took for granted in mid-May and that even White House staff had donned when the virus began infecting those serving the president and vice president. READ MORE
This White Paper was published on the website of The Sarasota Institute by David Klement in his role as a member of its Advisory Board.
In this extraordinary time of pandemic, The Sarasota Institute —like almost every other organization – has been forced to adjust its strategies to seek – and share – answers to the big questions facing humanity in the 21st century. READ MORE
David Klement - A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist with 45 years of editing and writing experience for major metro as well as small-city newspapers.