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My Unitarian Neighbors

It may seem I have been waging a vendetta against the members of the Unitarian Church across the street, but I don’t mean it that way. Speaking to them individually, they seem to be kindly, gentle people. It is their … Continue reading

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Movie Music

“Music in the Key of America,” by Peggy Noonan. The Wall Street Journal, 11/28/2015. I always look forward to reading Peggy Noonan’s political column in Saturday’s edition of The Wall Street Journal. (You can also read them on her website, … Continue reading

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The Triggered Generation

“The Trigger-Happy Generation” by Peggy Noonan. The Wall Street Journal, 5/23/2015 Those kids that grew up in a cocoon, coddled and protected physically: bicycle helmets, school buses that stop traffic in both directions as they get off, school environments free … Continue reading

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“Inevitable” Versus “Evitable”

The words that often send me to a digital dictionary are familiar words without their familiar prefixes. A perfect example was a in recent Wall Street Journal column by Peggy Noonan, who I would read just to absorb her writing … Continue reading

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