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To The Editor: As a constitutional conservative, I’ve been labeled as one who clings to their God and guns. Then I was called a Tea Party bagger. Next I’m laughingly mocked as a … more
As our nation honors our military veterans on Veterans Day, it’s also important to acknowledge the contribution of veterans to our workforce. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, there were 8,918,000 veterans in the labor force in 2020. Approximately one in every 19 employees (5.6%) is a military veteran. more
November is the month for Thanksgiving, literally and figuratively, so it’s time for my annual column giving thanks for those who have made my life easier. more
This week half the country will be upset by the midterm election results and half will be elated. more
In a few previous columns I have referred to a potential greenway that would follow Fillauer Branch, a small stream that runs through a strategic portion of Cleveland. This creek varies widely in its size and accessibility as it flows from its origination point in east Cleveland and empties into Mouse Creek at Tinsley Park. more
Murphy’s Law being what it is, whether you’re talking about a surprise party, a romantic getaway or visiting an acquaintance in the hospital, good intentions don’t always pan … more
Earlier this month, officials from Wacker Polysilicon donated $1 million to the PIE Innovation Center during the facility’s official grand opening ceremony, which was attended by state and local … more
When our son moved up north, we were tasked with selling his car. Before we advertised it, we had it detailed. more
If you believe that God still performs miracles; gives warnings of impending judgment; is long suffering giving mankind a time to repent; then this article is for you. If you’re a skeptic; then … more
My husband, Peter, says they are rushing the season. I’m not sure who “they” are. The Christmas Cartel, perhaps. The vast conspiracy of premature holiday merrymakers. Whoever … more
In the 1940s, when painter Norman Rockwell learned of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s vision of a post-WWII world — where freedom of speech, freedom from want, freedom from fear and freedom of … more
First, I can confidently predict that those who clearly win their races will have full confidence in the election process. They will have no “fraud” complaints against poll workers, voting machines, or the dead people who allegedly vote. more
I have told many people in Cleveland that my last day at the Cleveland Daily Banner would be at the end of October. I turned in my notice in late September, well before the recent changes in ownership of the Banner, thinking it was just my time to “fade into the sunset.” more
To The Editor: In 1968, the Vietnam War was raging. The military draft was a means to fill the ranks with needed personnel. Men of my age were being drafted from all walks of life. Consequently … more
In 1846, Rutherford County slaveholder Robert Weakly published an ad in a Nashville newspaper offering fifty dollars for the return of an enslaved man named Ben Singleton. more
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