Monthly Archives: October 2009

Will there be a problem?

Yardley, Pennsylvania, is a small town, about half a square mile, 15,000 or so residents, right on the Delaware River. It’s not much but it is close to where I live. It’s where I ran an art gallery for a … Continue reading

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Followup to earlier piece on the Second Amendment

If the Second Amendment to our Constitution had been written to protect hunters, collectors and the occasional home owner from a burglar then those who oppose the ownership of assault rifles and large bore rifles would have legitimate grounds for … Continue reading

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70 Miles from Philadelphia

70 Miles from Philadelphia   I remember the air raid drills in first grade the siren out in the playground would spin and howl three times and we would all march out into the hallway away from possible flying glass … Continue reading

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An essay on the Second Amendment

I’d like to take a moment to examine the reasoning behind the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution, what the founding fathers were obviously thinking about when this was introduced. I venture into this topic feeling that such a … Continue reading

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There was a lake – poetry

There was a lake shaped like the sign for eternity and the time I spent there seemed just like that with the dust and the rain and the blood when death came from the skies in little packages from them … Continue reading

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I want you all to feel at home here

This isn’t a real posting, not information at least. I just want everyone who comes here to know that I invite their comments. I may disagree and, if so, will say so – along with why. I especially want this … Continue reading

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Police Call – poetry

Police Call is a silly term used to demote the manual removal of unauthorized pine cones from U.S. Army facilities pinecones and cigarette butts and anything else that fell to the ground without orders written or verbal starched green cotton … Continue reading

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