Paul Clegg

Paul Clegg I have played basketball from the streets of New York City to the playgrounds of Berkeley and the athletic clubs of Sacramento. I was a longtime copy editor and writer at The Sacramento Bee.

Web Site: http://gameto100.com


When you benefit from luck, share the wealth

May 4, 2016

Years ago, I interviewed a young Vietnamese immigrant who was headed off to a prestigious university. She had racked up all kinds of high school honors and won an academic scholarship that would pay her way through all four years … Continue reading

When you benefit from luck, share the wealth

May 4, 2016

Years ago, I interviewed a young Vietnamese immigrant who was headed off to a prestigious university. She had racked up all kinds of high school honors and won an academic scholarship that would pay her way through all four years … Continue reading

When you benefit from luck, share the wealth

May 4, 2016

Years ago, I interviewed a young Vietnamese immigrant who was headed off to a prestigious university. She had racked up all kinds of high school honors and won an academic scholarship that would pay her way through all four years … Continue reading

When you benefit from luck, share the wealth

May 4, 2016

Years ago, I interviewed a young Vietnamese immigrant who was headed off to a prestigious university. She had racked up all kinds of high school honors and won an academic scholarship that would pay her way through all four years … Continue reading

Sacramento seeks to cherry-pick voters for proposed trolley project

May 2, 2016

Imagine living in a Sacramento where so-called “leaders” don’t try to thwart the public will, don’t believe taxpayer money belongs to those who can grab it any way they can and don’t hop aboard half-baked financing schemes. I know, that’s … Continue reading

Sacramento seeks to cherry-pick voters for proposed trolley project

May 2, 2016

Imagine living in a Sacramento where so-called “leaders” don’t try to thwart the public will, don’t believe taxpayer money belongs to those who can grab it any way they can and don’t hop aboard half-baked financing schemes. I know, that’s … Continue reading

Add some years to your life with upbeat thinking

Apr 27, 2016
Add some years to your life with upbeat thinking

If you hate the thought of getting old, you may be shortening your life. That’s the conclusion of researchers from Yale and Miami universities. Their study found that older individuals with more positive self-perceptions of aging, measured up to 23 … Continue reading

Add some years to your life with upbeat thinking

Apr 27, 2016
Add some years to your life with upbeat thinking

If you hate the thought of getting old, you may be shortening your life. That’s the conclusion of researchers from Yale and Miami universities. Their study found that older individuals with more positive self-perceptions of aging, measured up to 23 … Continue reading

Stumbling blocks on the road to resilience

Apr 25, 2016

“Why Some People Are Resilient, and Others Are Not.” That was the title for the third lecture in a One Day University event I attended yesterday.  Instead of doing garden chores and working out at my athletic club, I thought … Continue reading

Lead-contamination fears in Sacramento used as fodder for cheap-shot column

Apr 21, 2016

In filing criminal charges against three officials responsible for maintaining safe water in Flint, Michigan, the state attorney general declared that they “had a duty to protect the health” of Flint residents and “they failed to discharge their duties.” That … Continue reading

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