“Author Archive”
Stories written by resposito
Last Login: Fri Aug 29 12:05:49 2014

Publisher’s Ink: Can we stop shedding tears over immigration policy now?

“Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.” This line appears in the sonnet “The New Colossus” on a plaque located inside the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty. Poet Emma Lazarus was asked to write the sonnet in an effort to help raise funds to construct the statue’s pedestal. […]

1 Comment / February 19, 2017 | Posted in Commentary | Read More »

Publisher’s Ink: Trump’s first 100 days — hold on tight!

If President Donald Trump’s next 95 days in office are anything like his first five then get ready for quite a ride. There appears to be no lack of energy by this newly elected president who seems to require no sleep. His first three executive actions have already been signed amid a flurry of excitement and […]

No Comment / January 31, 2017 | Posted in Commentary | Read More »

Publisher’s Ink: Castro is dead; Clinton is the un-dead

“I’ve never killed a man, but I’ve read many obituaries with pleasure.” Clarence Darrow After decades of torture, executions and playing warden to the largest island prison in the world, Fidel Castro joins other despicable tyrants in the den of the devil. News of Castro’s death brought elation to millions, except those on the left […]

1 Comment / December 07, 2016 | Posted in Commentary | Read More »

Publisher’s Ink: The real question is “What went ‘right?'”

The peaceful transition of power has begun. President Barack Obama and President-elect Donald Trump met in the Oval Office with both sharing complimentary remarks afterward. Mr. Obama retains the key to the executive washroom until Inauguration Day and Mr. Trump just saved taxpayers $1.6 million by deciding not to take a salary during his term in […]

1 Comment / November 22, 2016 | Posted in Commentary | Read More »

Publisher’s Ink: The return of the outhouse — the ultimate restroom solution

Guseppi DePasqule, my great-grandfather, sold fish from the back of a horse-drawn wagon in upstate New York. Life along the Erie Canal in the 1900s was a bit harsher than we’re accustomed to today. Of course, I wasn’t around to experience it but as a youngster I do recall seeing a dilapidated outhouse behind his […]

Comments Off on Publisher’s Ink: The return of the outhouse — the ultimate restroom solution / October 05, 2016 | Posted in Commentary | Read More »

Publisher’s Ink: The heart and soul of Gary Washburn

At the start of the Indianapolis 500 Jim Nabors, a native son of Indiana, traditionally sang “Back Home in Indiana.” Anyone familiar with Indiana understands the meaning behind the lyrics. The song pays tribute to the Hoosier State and portrays a sense of a carefree, simple life on the banks of the Wabash River, the […]

Comments Off on Publisher’s Ink: The heart and soul of Gary Washburn / August 31, 2016 | Posted in Commentary | Read More »

Publisher’s Ink: Decisions determine your destiny … and your happiness

Decisions, decisions. We all make decisions in life. These decisions mold who and what we become, where we live and who we spend our lives with. Accept that promotion resulting in transferring out of the area and you meet your future husband. Attend USC instead of Berkeley and your career suddenly moves in a different […]

Comments Off on Publisher’s Ink: Decisions determine your destiny … and your happiness / July 25, 2016 | Posted in Commentary | Read More »