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Changes to improve curriculum

January 13, 2016 After recently graduating from high school, I have some concerns and proposed reforms for local school curriculum. more »»

Subsidy for Fed costly

November 19, 2015 There is continuous concern about cutting federal spending through the action of Congress. This concern is justified. We do need to cut unnecessary spending. more »»

U.S. better because of immigration

November 11, 2015 Thanks to the presidential candidates, immigration is once again at the forefront of the national agenda. more »»

Fetuses deserve life

November 10, 2015 Nothing is more precious than observing a fetus on a sonogram. A sonogram reveals an image of life in the making. A sonogram, for example, reveals a fetus in motio. more »»

Be vocal — shop local

October 21, 2015 During the last two years, the Fulton County Board of Supervisors has placed a great deal of emphasis on economic development and the growth of existing local businesses in our area. more »»

Immorality a corrupt seed

September 10, 2015 Declining morals are causing social upheaval in America. Americans are becoming a divided people. more »»

Water Board working

August 25, 2015 In an effort to dispel some of the misinformation that has been in the media over the past months concerning the Johnstown Charter Review Commission and the dissolvent of the Johnstown Water Board,... more »»

Road study misleads residents

August 18, 2015 Recent news of the Fonda Connector Study and the announcement of the meeting this Wednesday at Fulton-Montgomery Community College have been on radio station WENT 1340-AM. more »»

Lexington helps parents with ‘heartbreaking service’

June 29, 2015 M. Scott Peck, a famous psychiatrist and bestselling author, gave the best description of parenting I have ever heard. He said that parenting was “a lifetime of heartbreaking service. more »»

Testing what really counts

June 17, 2015 For months, “opting out” has been the torch and pitchfork tirade echoing around schools in my region. In their quest to show Gov. more »»

Programs help veterans

June 16, 2015 I think we can all agree that the words “veteran” and “homeless” should never be used in the same sentence. more »»

The Bush who got it right

June 13, 2015 Long before he, as President George W. more »»

Our long path to limited gov’t

June 13, 2015 Americans should light 800 candles for the birthday of the document that began paving the meandering path to limited government. more »»

In Turkey and Mexico, voters strengthen democracy

June 13, 2015 BY MICHAEL BARONE Another election, another surprise. Actually, two elections, in two countries recently, with surprisingly pleasant surprises. more »»

Related to hope

June 12, 2015 The first time I met Marcia Grace, she adopted me as her project. She was 5 at the time. more »»

Lies the government tells you

June 12, 2015 Last week, Republicans and Democrats in Congress joined President Barack Obama in congratulating themselves for taming the National Security Agency's voracious appetite for spying. more »»

The right caves on social issues, then loses

June 12, 2015 By BEN SHAPIRO This week, a Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll showed a significant drop in the number of Americans identifying as conservative, and a significant rise in the number of Americans... more »»

Lower tuition necessary

June 4, 2015 Earlier this year, President Obama introduced a plan "to make community college as free and universal as high school. more »»

It’s the economy, stupid

May 23, 2015 Seldom mentioned by any in authority is the real source of value, dollars and products. There is only one source, and it has been that way since the beginning — Mother Nature. more »»

Obscenity not free speech

April 22, 2015 In the March issue of Decision Magazine was the feature story, “I am not Charlie.” Charlie Hebdo is a satirical publication located in Paris, France. more »»



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