Monthly Archives: March 2015

My Mom v. Stanford

Originally posted on BroadBlogs:
By Blair Crangle-Hall My mother, Colleen Crangle, was the first woman to take a sex discrimination case to trial against Stanford University. In 1995, after receiving a Ph.D. at Stanford in Logic and The Philosophy of…

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More questions than answers on Q & A

    The ABC program Q & A, skillfully compered by Tony Jones, is always a delight, but last night’s debate was exceptionally engrossing, covering as it did, weighty questions of retirement income, and home ownership. Far from being outgunned, … Continue reading

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When do we really need to start saving for our retirement?

Starting work in 1961 after graduation, one was besieged with insurance salesmen, eager to meet the needs of new clients. Although wishing to secure as much business as possible, my agent was mindful of the affordability of his policies. His … Continue reading

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