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  • Boaters, Bikers, Bands, and Bombs Bursting in Air

    Boaters, Bikers, Bands, and Bombs Bursting in Air1

    There has been more talk about the Constitution of the United States of America in recent months than in decades. The most discussed and debated Amendments of our Bill of Rights, as always, has been the 1st Amendment, which provides the freedom of speech, press, the right to assemble and to petition the government for

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  • Hunger Action Month0

    September is Hunger Action Month. It was established by Feeding America in 2008 when they decided it was time for a nationwide push to get involved with the hunger crisis across the country. During September, people everywhere help to feed the needy in their neighborhoods and country, working to ensure that the 48 million people

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  • I’m Not Biden It!1

    For the past couple of years, I have written that everyday hard-working Democrats need to take their party back. It is no longer the party of past presidents like Franklin D. Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy, or even President William Jefferson Clinton. What began during the Obama administration has carried on under the current leadership of

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  • Fall Bucket List…Take 120

    This is probably the eleventy-billionth time I have made a Fall Bucket List. Every year I get this laundry list of ideas in my head that I want to do before the leaves and snow hit the ground. Usually, I manage like two of them. But once again, I’m going to put my list out

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  • There’s Way More Good Than Bad0

    When did it become acceptable, almost fashionable, to bash police officers? Not just verbally, in some instances, physically. From violent protesters to elected officials to news anchors, newspapers, and mega-corporations, brutally criticizing and denouncing the police is the hot new trend. Especially for folks that like to comment on issues they know nothing about or

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  • “Back to School”0

    Most kids have already headed back to school or are headed back this week — at least somewhat. Y’all know I don’t lie to you. I try to tell you the truth, even when it’s ugly. So here we go — it’s going to be a tough year. Everything is new. Everything is different. And

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  • Picnic Prep

    Picnic Prep0

    So, I have plans to go to a party this weekend. Since I have issues showing up empty handed, I’ve been thinking about what I can bring. Also, with Labor Day coming up, I know you all have potlucks and BBQs on the horizon too. I like to try out new recipes for parties, so

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  • Protecting Innocence – Part 20

    **Warning** What I am about to talk about is ugly. It’s scary, and it’s graphic. It’s not an easy subject to talk, or write about, but ignoring the issue, or pretending that it isn’t as bad, isn’t protecting innocent kids from one side of the world to the other. What I am talking about is

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  • No Runs, No Hits, No Errors and Nobody Left on Base0

    Normally, this is the time of year I welcome the world to Williamsport for the playing and festivities of the Little League World Series. Hopefully, next year my column is just that. Can you imagine a year ago if one of those seers of the future would have told you where our Nation would be

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  • Protecting Innocence – Part I0

    **Warning** What I am about to talk about is ugly. It’s scary, and it’s graphic. It’s not an easy subject to talk, or write about, but ignoring the issue, or pretending that it isn’t as bad, isn’t protecting innocent kids from one side of the world to the other. What I am talking about is

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  • Double Fund the Police, Double Down on Education0

    If we really want to improve inner-city life for all that live there, two basic things must happen. It is only common sense when you think it through. What is going on nationally in our largest cities proves this. We cannot cater and kneel to criminals and lawlessness at the expense of the law-abiding. I

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  • Family Fun Month0

    Obviously, this hasn’t been a typical summer, but August is Family Fun Month and I think that we all deserve to celebrate! So, with everything going on in the world, what are some fun ways to celebrate the winding down of summer with family? I’ve got some ideas for you! Spend a Day in Nature

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