The human condition, and the genius of Alexander Pope

 (from September 24, 2010) Philosopher-poet, Alexander Pope was an 18th century critical genius, at dissecting the human condition. In a short series, I’ll be coming back to Mr. Pope, in parsing some very important – and oft quoted – works of particularly unique insight, that are still revered today. So, by way of introduction, for those who’ve never been touched by the depth…

Execution of Sentence for a Killer

Two loud bangs end 25 years on death row for Gardner  The Salt Lake Tribune Updated: 06/18/2010 08:03:55 AM MDT  Draper, Utah »   Five shots.  Four bullets.  With two loud bangs in quick succession, Ronnie Lee Gardner’s quarter century on Utah’s death row ended. . . read more    .     .     . In the Reader Comments following the…