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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, As the proud parents of two THS graduates, and as two individuals closely associated with the Taylorville schools for many years, we feel compelled to write this letter. To the students, faculty, advisors, and all those associated with the production of the Tommy Awards, a big thank you and a job well done.…

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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, I have been watching in awe of the decisions or lack of that are being made by the Christian County Board and wonder what exactly is their motive in continuing to bring items to the Board, send back to a committee, then back to the Board, on and on and on? Even some…

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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, Fox News hosts like Sean Hannity falsely identified photos from a border facility as “pallets and pallets of baby formula for illegal immigrants and their families.” It was clearly marked powdered milk. Due to recent recalls there is a shortage of baby formula. So what does Fox News and their ilk do. Use…

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Mayor Adams mocks the Far Left to rave reviews

Froma Harrop New York Mayor Eric Adams is a rising power in the Democratic Party. A former police captain, Adams is the answer to the prayers of Democrats who have almost given up praying for a politics they can sell nationally. Adams is a Black man, who, at age 15, was arrested and beaten up…

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Occupying the center

Susan Estrich The right-wing takeover of the Republican Party, symbolized by the end of Roe v. Wade, offers the Democrats the rare opportunity so artfully exploited by President Emmanuel Macron in France: that is, the chance to occupy the middle of the political spectrum. Ideologues may wring their hands, but the general rule in American…

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Why Finland, Sweden joining NATO will be a big deal

BRUSSELS (AP) — It’s likely to be the quickest NATO enlargement ever and one that would redraw Europe’s security map. Finnish leaders announced Thursday their belief that Finland should join the world’s biggest military organization because of Russia’s war in Ukraine. Sweden could soon follow suit. Should they apply for membership, the move would have…

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Hunter Biden’s $2 million ‘sugar brother’

Byron York One of the mysteries of the Hunter Biden matter is how the president’s son, with no obvious sources of income, manages to maintain a grand lifestyle. For the last year or so, he has been living in a $20,000-a-month rental house in Malibu, California. (The taxpayers are footing the bill for the Secret…

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ANN COULTER

Liberal doomsday scenario: Free speech on Twitter I want to send flowers and chocolates to the Twitter employee who permanently suspended The Babylon Bee. Maybe a car. Apparently, it was the inanity of that decision that incensed Elon Musk, whereupon he decided to purchase the entire platform to stop the censorship. Liberals, until five minutes…

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ANN COULTER

In historic first, 5-5, 130-pound woman confirmed to Supreme Court Weird that the media didn’t cite Ketanji Brown Jackson’s height and weight as her most important characteristics. When it came to THE FIRST BLACK WOMAN ON THE SUPREME COURT, it was all about her race. But after a guy shot up a New York City subway car this…

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