Nobody seemed to know her name, and in an odd way, it didn’t matter. She needed help, and even though the two doctors spoke no Spanish, their actions transcended words and cultural barriers. The little girl was hurt and these gringo doctors – National Guardsmen in camouflage fatigues – were there to help.
Story and Photographs by John Murray
The wise man edged close to the youth and whispered a secret in his ear. "Listen carefully,'' the man said, "and you will live a long and happy life. Work is doing something you don't enjoy doing. Find something you love and you'll never work a day in your life.''
John Rowland logs staggering hours as governor of Connecticut, but you won't find him complaining about his whirlwind schedule -- he's too busy having fun. As the youngest governor in the United States, Rowland has found his passion. He tours Connecticut like a heated neuron, heads up a massive 52,000 employee workforce and routinely works 12 to 14 hours a day.
His schedule and duties sound like the recipe for a daily migraine, but wherever Rowland goes he seems to have more fun than anyone else.
Hiking The Hood
Hiking the Hood
Story By Dan White
We stood under the cross and looked down on the ruins of Jerusalem.
Holy Land is a decaying religious amusement park. Busloads of tourists used to come here. Not anymore. Now it was just us. Herod's palace leaned against a rock. The manger was a mess. We climbed up past a warren of walkways and miniature buildings stacked on top of each other. A replica of Jerusalem surrounded us. We could see the chicken wire and the inner framing.
Delivering His Newspaper
With A Republican Twist
By John Murray
In 1941, William Randolph Hearst was the publisher of a powerful chain of newspapers that swept across the country. At various times, Hearst was described as the most generous man on the planet, or a ruthless manipulator of the truth. One thing was irrefutable - Hearst was one of the most powerful men in America.