Monthly Archives: March 2017

How Original?

During the confirmation hearings of judge Neil Gorsuch he was repeatedly questioned regarding his “originalist” approach to the interpretation of the Constitution. Some senators commend him for it while others are critical. The idea behind originalism is that you have … Continue reading

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Patient Titus

My grandson, Titus, began speaking at a very early age. At first he just repeated words we said or asked him to say. We would say something like, “Say banana, Titus” (he loves bananas) and he would say “banana”. Then … Continue reading

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Burden Bearers

Recently our sixth grandchild was born to our son, Dan, and his wife, Liz. He is a beautiful little boy named Silas. Lisa and I were getting ready for work that morning when we received a text from Dan letting … Continue reading

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