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Firearms and the Ninth Amendment

I subscribe to the website¬†Quora which emails lists of editorials ranging from the environment to science to war. I usually find something that piques my interest. What caught my eye this week is the large number of Op-Eds that concern … Continue reading

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An Atheist Invocation

The Supreme Court in Galloway v. The Town of Greece (NY) found that a religious invocation prior to a city council meeting or any governmental meeting as long as the “prayer” was not anti-non-Christian or proselytizing. Based on this ruling, … Continue reading

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For my dad…

This is republished with permission of the Columbia Missourian. I know the column was a bit late for Father’s Day and later now, but I believe still relevant. ¬†Unfortunately my dad’s health is deteriorating quickly and his wish to allow … Continue reading

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God, Death and Billiards

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Irony – An outcome of events different than what was expected. It is the basis for most great stories and jokes, which twists to an end seemingly from nowhere. Letterman and Leno are greats at this technique in their monologues. … Continue reading

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