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The great Epstein cover-up, Part I

Question: Is our ruling class trying to make us to think they’re a bunch of pederasts? Our media could not be less interested in Jeffrey Epstein’s child molestation ring and, with the sole exception of the Palm Beach Police Department, every arm of government has bent over backward to bury the case. (Who says our media and government can’t…

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Are parents criminally responsible of their children?

Thaddeus Hoffmeister University of Dayton Many were surprised when James and Jennifer Crumbley, the parents of Ethan Crumbley, the 15-year-old boy accused of killing four classmates at Oxford High School in Oakland County, Michigan, were charged for their alleged role in the tragedy. Criminal law, unlike civil law, is less likely to hold defendants liable for the actions of…

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BYRON YORK. The true cost of Biden’s agenda

President Joe Biden and Capitol Hill Democrats are racing to pass their massive social spending bill, known as Build Back Better, before Christmas. Maybe they’ll succeed, and maybe they won’t — a lot depends on whether Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin hops on board. But no one should have any illusions about what BBB, the final…

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Kitchell park “Kitchell Park” you are beautiful! Keep it coming! Wow! Try that just wondering when our wonderful government is going to give the seniors a decent COLA that they deserve. some seniors living on less than $1000 per month.  Maybe the government officers should try that.

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Division While I applaud the writers concern that other people are dividing the Country with political rhetoric I can’t help but notice a divisive note when they say Trump had something to do with the January 6 vote theft protest. It has been proven time and again that he had nothing with the protest. He…

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Good neighbor The comments from my fellow community member that Biden supporters are “uninformed” is worrisome, and is exactly what is wrong with modern political discourse. Like President Trump, President Biden has done things that I am proud of, and things that I disagree with. Partisan hatred of differing political parties only further divides us,…

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Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, Massachussetts (1905) The Supreme Court upheld in a 7-2 ruling compulsory mandatory smallpox vaccination law over the challenge of a pastor who alleged that it violated his religious Liberty rights. The U.S. Supreme Court in an opinion by Justice John Marshall Harlan I , ruled that the State of Massachusetts acted Constitutionally to…

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Keep up the lights Park Board, why so dead set on ending Christmas in the Park on December 25th? The amount of time and effort the employees and volunteers put into setting up, why not keep the decorations up and on display through the month of December? Always wondered why it HAS to end exactly…

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New Hampshire’s past is not prolouge

NORTH CONWAY, N.H. — Nobody wants to run for the Senate as a Republican in this state. Well, not exactly nobody. But nobody who isn’t, for want of a better term, a relative nobody. That astonishing phenomenon is rendered all the more staggering when you consider that the incumbent, Maggie Hassan, is regarded as the…

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Sleepwalking through our own decline

Readers will be pleased to know that I have brought on a part-time research assistant. So, I will no longer have to make things up for my writings, and can use real facts based on research, if I choose to. What an improvement! New RA Kyle Dennison of Kewanee is a sharp, passionate young teacher,…

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