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firstname.lastname@example.orgWith the national debate over stricter gun control laws spreading into various states, Martinsburg firearms dealer and gun activist Val Forgett believes new legislation is not going to increase safety for U.S. citizens. “The issue to me is...
email@example.comOn the day he was named chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster, R-Pa., told reporters he feels Interstate 81 needs to be widened to six lanes. “It’s just wall-to-wall trucks. That roadway is...
Ezra Klein is a very gifted young man who is getting deserved recognition in newspapers and on television. His abilities were on display in a Washington Post column (March 19, 2012) describing how the fabulously rich Koch brothers were hard at work in a...
I always anticipate what each new day will bring to me. It’s like waiting on a gift. Last week, I had a friend call and ask me if I would drive her to her grandson’s graduation from the Joint Anacostia Bolling military base near Washington,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHeavily rooted in U.S. history, what has become the JFK 50 Mile ultramarathon began as a challenge issued in the early 1900s by President Theodore Roosevelt, who demanded that his ranking military officers be able to lead their men 50 miles in a 20-hour...
email@example.comThe JFK 50 Mile began as more of a forced march, with 11 male participants, four of whom finished the grueling trek. Almost half a century later, the ultramarathon draws more than 1,000 men and women, some of them elite runners from across the country...
America has just been given a wonderful gift — the opportunity to move forward with a progressive agenda that meets the needs and ideals of this nation. President Obama may now continue a vision that was stalled by inherited problems and a...
Country can’t survive four more years of Obama To the editor: Allan Powell’s column (July 5) consisted of his expected attack on Mitt Romney. I was surprised that he had so much trouble in coming up with anything negative. Other than a...
Honesty requires the admission of neglect for the deserved recognition of many progressive women who have contributed so much to our nation. I was inspired to read the life of Frances Perkins as a result of getting so many thrilling bits and pieces from...
Politics, not care, is reason for health-act opposition To the editor: Gov. Romney and House Republicans feel betrayed by Chief Justice Roberts on health care. They expected partisan warfare resulting in a dysfunctional Congress to extend to the...
Theodore Roosevelt was such a magnetic personality that his life story has been the subject for many authors. Edmund Morris has such a profound and enduring admiration for the former president that he has published his third volume, “Colonel...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLast year, Phillip Butler saw first-hand how history was written. This year, Butler went about rewriting history. And he plans on doing it again next year. North Hagerstown’s junior running back broke five of the school’s single-season...
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