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Kudos to Willie Dickerson for pointing out in his letter to the editor a true boost for millions of struggling Americans: the Working Families Tax… Continue reading
Some of the assessments may overestimate damage costs but underestimate losses to the economy.
Reforms by lawmakers and the Department of Corrections are addressing the needs of all concerned.
A state audit recommends more time for school lunches and moving recess before lunch, rather than after.
Promising revolution — rather than evolution — attracts venture capital but doesn’t guarantee success.
The Marine Corps wouldn’t have tolerated a poor leader, not that I’m thinking of anyone in particular.
The Trump administration has caged them and denied them benefits. That ought to be a campaign issue.
In scheme of things, Dorian deserves more attention, but Trump’s map says so much about him.
Philanthropy can change lives, but that change won’t be for the better if it perpetuates the problem.
Oh, we’ll give up other things, like schools and churches that aren’t fortresses. And loved ones, too.
Prayer must work. It kept Dorian mostly away from the U.S., even if it meant destruction for the Bahamas.
In response to Ed Mohs’ Aug. 29 letter to the editor, “Many groups offer aid, support as alternative to abortion”: Lets talk about the ‘choices’… Continue reading
Park fee increases, advertising and selling land won’t do. Another funding model offers promise.