|Published August 3, 2004|
Lessons learned from a night sleeping in the open
Just about the time I think I know about something, I find out there is a whole lot I don't know. Take my neighborhood for example.
My lucky day
Some people are just unlucky and actually go through life wondering when the next shoe is going to fall. I am not one of these people, in fact I have often boasted about how lucky I have been. For the most part, little day-to-day problems usually don...
Letter to the Editor: Elect those who understand promises
A contract shows a meeting of the minds of two parties acting in good faith. Once formed, it may not be rejected merely at the whim of one party or the other. Such a contract can be either oral or written. This shows that our government did in fact r...
Letter to the Editor: Compassion fulfills happiness
I was saddened to read the recent letter entitled, "Females Turn to be in Charge?"(Sun Advocate, July 20). In this world where we have to look so little to find so much tragedy, I'm wondering why we can't all find a bit more compassion. Regardless if...
Letter to the Editor: Look like traitors
Benedict Arnold of Connecticut was an American patriot and a hero at Saratoga early in the American Revolution. However, this fact was cancelled when he became a traitor later in the war. ...
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