Leora Levy’s letter of July 17 concerns two fundamental American rights — religious freedom, on which she comments, and freedom of speech, on which she tramples.
Do you Wiffle? I sure do and I’m not the only one. Let me turn this column over for a moment to Erin Montague, chairman of our annual Wiffle Ball event.
My priorities are changing now that I’m in Act Two of my life. Though, to be honest, maybe it’s more like Act 2.5 by now.
There’s a famous quote from John Adams, our nation’s most curmudgeonly founding father. “Facts are stubborn things,” he said.