Thursday, Jul 31, 2014

Opinion

Friends, life lessons forged at conference

Last week, I wrote about my experience in Washington D.C. visiting the historical sites. While that was extremely fun, the real purpose of the week was the actual leadership conference I was attending. I was blessed with the opportunity to attend the...
Published: 07/30/14
Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

False assertions
Published: 07/30/14
Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

Think vs. feel
Published: 07/28/14
Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

Avoid foreign entanglements
Published: 07/27/14
Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

Reaching a milestone
Published: 07/26/14

Stuffed animals don’t bruise

When I was a kid the local skating rink was the preferred youngster hangout. I am in my 40s, and although I haven’t roller-skated in a very long time I still have it – sort of. Initially I was pretty unsteady and couldn’t shake t...
Published: 07/25/14

Have we stopped being human?

Once we regard people as commodities, we cease to be human. Since Roe vs. Wade in 1973, America legally solves personal dilemmas and overpopulation by abortion that has now taken some 50 million lives. The courts decided that life—that is, bei...
Published: 07/25/14

Welcoming the changes

This past weekend our baby girl turned seventeen. You hear how fast time flies, but seriously, this is ridiculous. Somehow within the bustle of daily life, she has grown up. Ever closer each year to being an adult, I have already seen a few glimpses ...
Published: 07/24/14

Letters to the editor

Our economy
Published: 07/24/14

Washington, D.C. is worth the visit

Since middle school, history has always been one of my favorite subjects. I have always found learning about the past extremely interesting. Whether it is learning about ancient wars or the fight for American freedom, I have always enjoyed learning a...
Published: 07/23/14

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