Monthly Archives: June 2016

THE RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS

I was planning to speak today on the importance of voting.  With rights come responsibilities.  The responsibility to vote is especially important when the choices offered are unpleasant. But then the Orlando shooting occurred, and I’ve had to rethink this … Continue reading

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HARAMBE’S DEATH: WHO’S TO BLAME?

It’s clear that the gorilla was the most innocent party in the incident at the Cincinnati Zoo. It’s hard to second guess the Zoo’s liability in its decision to shoot the gorilla.  It takes a Monday morning quarterback to say … Continue reading

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SHAKESPEARE’S MUSICALITY

A lot has been written over the centuries about Shakespeare’s musicality.  Over one hundred songs with lyrics by him have survived.  We know that as a professional actor in his time, he played musical instruments.  A snide comment made by … Continue reading

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BACK TO HAWAII

Five years after going to Hawaii, my wife and I took another vacation there.  We returned to the islands of Oahu and Maui. Some changes had occurred over the intervening years, the most significant being the weather.  Hawaii, of course, … Continue reading

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