Articles by Richard C. Schulman

Chanukah,, December 8,, 2012

One hundred and sixtyseven years before the birth of Christ, a Syrian King named Antiochus captured the land of Israel. He ordered the Jews to…


October Highlights

ODE TO COLUMBUS DA Monday, October 8th Americans celebrated the Discovery of the New World by Christopher Columbus. There are those who contend that the…


Quotations from famous people

“Prejudice is a burden that confuses the past, threatens the future and renders the present inaccessible.” — Maya Angelou “The discovery of what one really…


Small audience turns out to hear mayor on budget

Barely 20 of West Kendall’s estimated 200,000-plus residents turned out on Aug. 28 to hear Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez explain his $5.9 billion budget to…



Let’s look at July 4th and its meaning

July 4th is an American holiday of supreme importance to us, but it does not stand alone in human history. July 4th, 1776, was one…


A TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE

For those who can remember the “good old days” and for those who missed out on what we had in our youth take a step…


My Thanksgiving Thoughts

By Richard C. Schulman…. Too often we thoughtlessly think of Thanksgiving Day as a day of leisure. Do we not have much more to be…