Mozart featured at festival
Who can ever get too much Mozart, at one swallow?
Pondering which came first.
Did God create man? Or, did man create God?
Pondering the meaning of a good marriage.
This morning I heard a radio voice asking the question: “Do you have a good marriage?”
Reserving judgement for those things we can change.
My concept of justice requires that I not comment slightingly about things that people do not have the power to change in themselves.
Congrats to Commissioner Cooper for retaining her seat!
Commissioner Carolyn Cooper will, after all, be unopposed and retain her seat on the Winter Park City Commission.
Obama's gun speech was a lesson in risibility.
Criminals are surely not going to limit any of their weapons or plans because of Obama’s words.
Protect the second amendment — with guns, if necessary.
Let us never fail to have the courage to protect our Second Amendment — even with guns, if necessary.
A collection of musings from Roney
How can one know who is really controlling the media?
A look back at Old Winter Park and Lake Virginia
At Christmas vacation time in 1931, I was in the middle of my sixth-grade year in Winter Park Grammar School.
Words to remember from Will Rogers, sage vaudevillian of the old west.
Will Rogers, was one of the greatest political sages in this country’s history.
Merry Christmas! A tale of a Christmas miracle come and gone.
A Christmas story for all ages
The figure of a Nazarene boy of some 2,000 years ago would ordinarily not command much attraction in today’s helter-skelter world.
The evidence of mundane evil is seen everyday in the strife that kills so many of us in war and terrorism that leave little or nothing of lasting value in their wake.
A lack of patriotism
Are the days forever gone when Old Glory reminds us of our allegiance to the flag of the United States?
Man is a quixotic creature
It occurs to me that life itself is one long war interspersed with blessed Armistice pauses, during which people rely for a while on hopes and dreams that never seem to come completely true.
My life has been one long repetitious Thanksgiving
For even the smallest of human kindnesses in our lives, let us not ever forget to say “Thanks!”