Sunday, January 16, 2011
10 News -- In the wake of the Tucson shootings, actor and Encinitas resident Richard Dreyfuss is taking on what he calls "America's civics crisis."
The Academy Award winner led a national conversation on Monday from the University of San Diego campus. Dreyfuss spoke about the need for restraint when the natural human tendency might be more toward hyper-emotionalism.
"That common sense so long identified as ours has been replaced by a common senselessness and apathy and ignorance," Dreyfuss said. (Full Story)