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Hello readers, I had hoped to start a series of columns concerning the views of local leaders about the subject of leadership. However, I received in the past few days two thoughtful notes about my columns that dealt with the Second Amendment and/or guns....
Tags: Social Issues, Interior Policy, Politics, Defense, Firearms
Hello readers, my last two columns have been about the desired character traits of those new leaders who are taking over important positions within our community. To date, I’ve touched on “moving the community forward” and “doing...
Some years ago, when the Monday night football game was out of reach, Don Meredith would always break out into singing his favorite song that included the words, “Turn out the lights, the party’s over.” As I recently completed reading a...
Well, I see that the Egyptian Tea Party is having some degree of success in the Middle East, and foreign policy experts are predicting that its tactics might spread through the entire Levant. As a big fan of massive, angry mobs wherever they might arise,...
Tags: Economy, Politics, Television, Democracy, Entertainment
email@example.comBryce Harper kissed a ball goodbye Monday night, just as he had 13 other times this season as a member of the Hagerstown Suns. It was the kiss he delivered as he approached home plate after the home run that’s drawn national attention. The...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHagerstown Suns fans will get a preview of the Washington Nationals’ future lineup on Sunday. They won’t have to dream about Bryce Harper and Ryan Zimmerman in the same lineup. They will see it first hand. The Suns announced that Zimmerman...
email@example.comAs they live their lives after their time at Saint James School, commencement speaker Juan Williams said his prayer for the school's Class of 2011 is that they surprise themselves. In doing so, they will serve as an inspiration to others, Williams said...
Let’s remember our heroes on Memorial Day To the editor: Many confuse the meaning of Memorial Day. It is to honor our war dead; those who died in battle in defense of our nation. We do well to remember them. Gen. George S. Patton Jr. once said,...
So, this is what journalism is coming to. Unable to sustain its business model through traditional newspaper activities (such as publishing an actual newspaper), The Washington Post is offering a series of “MasterClasses” that will allow you,...
Tags: Politics, Newspapers, Entertainment, Television, Media Industry
Primary election participation was dismal To the editor: Another primary election has come and gone for Franklin County. Once again, four out of every five registered voters chose not to participate in the process. The lack of a national election, the...
The new year opened with a major feature story (The Washington Post, Jan. 4, “Longtime Tug of War On Mine Safety”) that brought back memories of history lessons about the “Progressive Era.” The story was a reminder that some things...
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