I heard on the news that James Earl Jones, he of the sonorous voice and remarkable presence, would be reading the Declaration of Independence today in the City of Brotherly Love. It is a fitting way to celebrate this, our historical day of independence. I can't be there, but it occurred to me that a review of that text was in order. To celebrate the Fourth of July, I've decided to reprint the entire text. I've bolded some portions, because they just kind of jumped out at me.
So, have I missed anything?