Ode to Bill, or, Let the Cream Rise!

Bill Buckley was one of my favorite authors in the halcyon days of my late 20s when I was discovering kindred spirits in all things religious and political.   I cut my politically inclined teeth on Buckley in National Review and loved the fact that I needed a dictionary when I read his articles!  It... Continue Reading →

Justice Stumbling

I visited the Kansas Supreme Court building recently, a building I had a very small part in building back in 1977.   While John Jones and I worked outside this landmark to justice providing water proofing membrane under the exterior granite walkway, a sculptor was working inside the building providing a symbolic element, the statue Justice.    A... Continue Reading →

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