Enroll America, a nonprofit designed to
help citizens who are uninsured wade through the insurance process,
stopped by Cincinnati on March 17 during a four-city Ohio tour meant to
educate citizens on their health insurance options ahead of a March 31
deadline to sign up for coverage.
I wander through all three dog kennels at
the Sharonville SPCA. Perry, Zyr, Rocky, Lance, Goldie, Sage, Sugar,
Boomer, Buddy, Macho. Pit bull, pit bull mix, pit bull, pit bull, pit
bull, pit bull mix. The list goes on. The shelter, only miles from the Hamilton
County border, is ridden with pits because it’s just outside the
Cincinnati city limits, where it’s still illegal to own a dog designated
as a pit bull or pit bull mix.
There were some inaccuracies in the Sept. 30 article (“Beyond Belief”) on the visit by atheists to our Creation Museum: Our date for the Earth’s age was given at 4,300 years old; my name was wrongly printed as “Ken”; and a “stir” was created at the museum, it was stated, by an atheist’s T-shirt when the real problem was the way he was verbally disrupting our other visitors’ experience.