Spirit of Change - May-June 2005
When the phone rang on Mother's Day a few years ago, my heart stopped when the caller identified herself as a police officer from our town.
In 1969, when I was dumb and bold, I talked my way onto a crew hired to sail a boat from Hawaii back to the mainland after the boat had under-performed in the Trans-pacific yacht race.
The impersonality of lie in the Western world has become such that we have produced a race of untouchables.
Democrats and progressives make the mistake of thinking that today's Social Security debate is about Social Security. It's not. It's about creating single party rule for a generation or more.