Read on, and then have your say, too…

  • “We must reject the idea that every time a law is broken, society is guilty rather than the lawbreaker. It is time to restore the precept that each individual is accountable for his actions.” ~ Ronald Reagan
  • About Virginia Governor Ralph Northam: “Humans are, by definition flawed. But we also have the unique ability to apologize, forgive, and learn from mistakes–imparting that wisdom on future generations. No less could be more important, particularly since we all live in glass houses.” ~ Chris Freind, columnist
  • On the Boy Scouts name change to Scouts BSA and be for boys and girls, 11 to 17: “A lot of families have wanted their daughters to have the same experience in the same programs that the Boy Scouts have. We see it as a program that gives families a choice.” ~ Larry Brown, chief scout executive for the Middle Tennessee Council of Boy Scouts of America
  • About “Alita: Battle Angel,” “… The film is rated PG-13, but there’s quite a bit of cyber-gore here, including gouging out eyeballs (more than once) and slicing metal folk in half or amputating them. If these were human, we’d be moving toward an R for sure.”

So what’s your take on all this? ~ Many thanks, Carol