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What kind of person do we have? This question is raised when someone is asking another person to seriously judge the conduct of an acquaintance who has stepped over the line of propriety or failed to carry out a duty. The delinquent is assumed to...
email@example.comAfter Pulitzer Prize-winning author James M. McPherson spoke to a large crowd about the Battle of Antietam for about 45 minutes Sunday night, Ed Bearss approached the podium and jokingly thanked his longtime friend for his “preliminary remarks&...
firstname.lastname@example.orgOn a small stage near a country church that witnessed some of the bloodiest fighting in American history, a U.S. Army general told several hundred people the story of a 15-year-old private who received the nation’s highest military honor during...
email@example.comThe men who lost their lives in a horrific battle 150 years ago to the day Monday were honored and their families were remembered by speakers, including a two-star general and a Pulitzer Prize-winning Civil War historian, who talked about the sacrifice...
“Bring on the rails for trails. I can’t think of a better thing to do with our tax money than improve where we live.” — Hagerstown “I wish that people would check on their computers, because I know they’ve got one,...
Is David Limbaugh a 21st-century Westbrook Pegler? To the editor: The more of David Limbaugh’s columns I read, the more I wonder if he is trying to become a 21st-century Westbrook Pegler. Westbrook Pegler was a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist...
As my wife and I sat in Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville in Key West, Fla., and watched the waiters deliver "cheeseburgers in paradise" to the many tables at the restaurant, I thought of another day and era. Ernest Hemingway, one of my favorite writers,...
Each of us at one time or another has heard the pronouncement that "there is no such thing as a free lunch." However, Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter David Cay Johnson, in "Free Lunch," provides abundant evidence that there are many...
First lady’s former employment merits closer look To the editor: This morning’s Herald-Mail (July 29 ) carried a national news story entitled “Bachmann declines to discuss husband’s business.” Seems husband Marcus runs...
The fact that the Concord Chamber Singers, this year celebrating their 46th season, will join the Allentown Symphony Orchestra in July in a hip, cutting-edge "Video Games Live" concert speaks volumes about where their new director, Jennifer Kelly, plans...
The Hartford CourantPulitzer prize winning poet Phillip Schultz will hold a three day workshop at the upcoming Sunken Garden Poetry Festival at Hill-Stead museum. The author will introduce participatns to his writers studio method during the workshop, the museum said in...
On Wednesday, President Barack Obama fired the head of the Internal Revenue Service, the first sacrificial lamb brought down after the alleged "targeting" of conservative political groups by the IRS. Mr. Obama declared, "Americans are right to be angry...
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