I recently received an e-mail from a librarian friend of mine that I sent the article to for her files. Here’s what she found on the Orlando Sentinel website:
FEATURED ARTICLESLOCALBy Mike Lafferty and COMMENTARY, July 31, 2011Charley Reese wrote his last column for the Orlando Sentinel on July 29, 2001. You wouldn’t know it from surfing the Internet. In fact, you wouldn’t even get his last column. You’d most likely find a version that the popular columnist wrote for the Sentinel back on Feb. 3, 1984. It still resonates with the public — maybe more today than 27 years ago — as Congress and the president wrestle with spending and debt. The column’s central theme is that all of the nation’s domestic problems rest with 545 people who are granted power through the U.S. Constitution — 435 representatives, 100 senators, nine Supreme Court justices and one president.