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Ask virtually anybody involved in the criminal justice system in the United States, and they’ll tell you that many of the defendants in the system ... Read more
By Mark McGahee This time of year, you might glance at an account statement and see there has been an adjustment. But there may not ... Read more
By Nathan Rice Timothy said hello as he walked into the church building. It was 48 degrees and raining outside, but he only had on ... Read more
For most of us, these are unprecedented times. We haven’t lived through a pandemic, nor have we been witness to insurrection at the highest level ... Read more
To the editor: Yesterday was one of the darkest days in recent American history. Americans encouraged by the president’s leadership marched to the nation’s Capitol, ... Read more
By Dr. Dan Lufkin For most institutions, 2020 was a challenging, unprecedented year. Our lives were affected in ways we had never seen before. As ... Read more
Monday morning saw the dawn of the first business day of a new year and therefore the induction of a new City Council. Returning to ... Read more
To the Editor: With the “year of Covid” barely behind us, we look forward to the New Year and the customary resolutions: reduce personal weight, ... Read more
To the Editor: I respectfully request that Congress pass the Recognizing the Protection of Motorsports Act, H.R. 5434/S. 2602. The bipartisan RPM Act protects the ... Read more
By Nathan Rice I ran across an old T-shirt of mine that has “I Survived the Mayan Apocalypse” printed on the front, with the date ... Read more