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It wasn’t even for a holiday, but they sure made it a special occasion.
Without personal experiences, numbers are meaningless.
Rich Elfers’ recent column only talked about the Trump administration’s propaganda. Here’s some from the other side.
We can’t wait for another shutdown.
It’s an easy trap to fall into.
He should have used a Democrat.
Open borders is not the same as open homes.
“Ode to Donald” shouldn’t have been published.
Corporal Ronil Singh would be alive today if it weren’t for California’s “sanctuary city” laws.
Might as well open your home, too.
You’ve got spiders in your soul.
I may support our president, but that doesn’t mean you can assume my thoughts.
It was quite the holiday surprise!
A sincere thanks to everyone who made the holidays great for our seniors.
We hope to see you at our upcoming annual book sale too!
Sen. Phil Fortunato writes about revenue flowing into state coffers, and how its time to give taxpayers a break.
There are more than 110,000 people living with Alzheimer’s or other dementias in our state alone.
This year I will pay forced tribute of over a $1,000 to the Regional Transit Authority for the “privilege” of driving in Washington.
“At birth, we boarded the train and met our parents, and we believe they will always travel on our side.”
As a volunteer non-profit, it’s hard to keep the ball rolling.