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Administration’s cartel-enriching border betrayal more
For Fetterman, it’s not that he’s ill, but trying to hide it more
You've probably heard that someone is trying to file a class action suit against Louisiana-style hot sauce Texas Pete. Texas Pete is made in Winston-Salem, NC, and that rankled the … more
F. Scott Fitzgerald once famously observed that the truest test of a first-rate intelligence "is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function.” more
I know it’s a stretch. I know it’s a false analogy. I know it probably has something to do with the way my mind and body have been messed with for the last two years by the people in charge … more
I love Little Free Libraries. If you don’t have these in your neighborhood, they are little boxes that look like tiny houses — not much larger than a big birdhouse — with a glass … more
I never had the legendary Mrs. Montgomery as a teacher; but she was a senior class adviser and I needed her input on a school program script, so I made the rookie mistake of assuming her wide-open … more
Every now and again, both during and after his two-term presidency, Bill Clinton espoused sound immigration thoughts that focused on the nation’s best interests. Most recently, Clinton, without … more

“He’s just going through a phase right now.” If you’re a parent, you know what that means. Whether it’s the Terrible Twos, awkward adolescence, or the risk-taking teen years, we hope and pray they’ll grow out of it. Most of them do.

This past week we attended the memorial for my husband Peter’s oldest sister, Shelley. more
Weddings have changed a lot over the years. more
Baseless attacks by online trolls — whether anonymous or by well-known politicians and public figures — have created a cascade of hate, "underpinned by dangerous misinformation and outright lies … more
Dear Editor:In Greek mythology, Sisyphus was the king of Corinth. For cheating death twice he was forced to roll a large boulder up a hill only for it to roll down every time it neared the top, … more
For the last several presidential election cycles, media messaging has been consistent: candidates who capture the Hispanic vote will win. The suggestion, often unstated, was that GOP candidates need … more
Last year in this space, I lamented the suddenly smaller graham crackers, ice cream cartons, apple juice jugs, and pretty much anything else you buy.The titans of the retail world have been catching … more
National Newspaper Week began Oct. 2. While this isn’t the typical holiday that most families celebrate, it does provide a good opportunity to take a moment and recognize all the ways that local … more
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