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We might be more charitable to 'federal rights' To the editor: I write in praise of Art Callaham's July 10 column in The Herald-Mail on the importance of remembering the lessons of the Civil War. His righteous advocacy of states' rights is the sort...
In West Virginia's special election for governor, both Republican Bill Maloney and acting Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, the Democratic nominee, favor cutting some property taxes. Either winner would face several hurdles, including the state constitution and...
Tags: Earl Ray Tomblin, Joe Manchin III, Laws, Elections, Politics
Dreyfuss’ efforts should be applauded To the editor: I applaud the efforts of Richard Dreyfuss to establish The Dreyfuss Initiative to advocate for the return of civics as a core course in public school education. The need to understand our...
Senior center not needed in Washington County To the editor: I can resolve this problem. There is no need for a senior center. The vast majority of senior citizens are not really interested in doing anything other than sitting at home watching TV...
My wife and I spoke a couple of weeks ago to a group of citizens and students at Hagerstown Community College about the Constitution. Our bent was toward civil or, in our words, "peoples' rights." After some talk about the 4th, 5th, 9th, 10th, 13th,...
Support the rights of small repair shops To the editor: The National Grange, the nation’s oldest national agricultural organization, calls on Congress to pass the Motor Vehicle Owners’ Right to Repair Act (HR 1449) on behalf of its more...
Alexander Hamilton has probably had as much influence on the development of our nation as any of the founders who met in Philadelphia. Yet he is relatively obscure compared to James Madison, Benjamin Franklin or George Washington. When he is remembered,...
email@example.comEvery year, the Fourth of July brings a celebration of the red, white and blue, and an occasion to celebrate this nation’s birth. But in the midst of cook-outs and fireworks, do people really think it is important to remember this nation’s...
Tags: Washington County, Elections, Human Interest, Politics, Maryland
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen Washington County District Judge Dana Moylan Wright was young, she watched as her father, Circuit Judge Daniel W. Moylan, led the courtroom. These days, she is the one on the bench, and her father — now retired — is still offering advice....
Tags: Father's Day, Laws, Judges, Family, Human Interest
I’m getting sick and tired of these liberals like Leonard Pitts telling us Tea Party types that we don’t know anything about history. In the first place, many of these historical references of ours that he ridicules are the product of “...
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