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Gun controls won’t curb crime in our nation

June 23, 2016 Surely murder is a serious subject, which ought to be examined seriously. more »»

 
 
 
Gun violence problem needs solution — but what?

June 23, 2016 Oh, the empty rhetoric that spewed from politicians in the aftermath of the worst mass shooting in U.S. history! Stop all foreign Muslims from coming to the United State. more »»

Rubio said he was leaving, that’s why he should leave

June 23, 2016 When a Washington Post column described Marco Rubio as being “a bit at sea in terms of his next step politically,” the Florida senator was irritated. “Another genius line,” he tweeted acerbicall. more »»

Finding fulfillment at work — as a dad

June 19, 2016 This year is a unique year for me, not because of my age, but because our oldest child and daughter is getting married. more »»

After Orlando, a small-town pastor finds her voice

June 18, 2016 Last Sunday started to bloom as it usually does for the Rev. Robin LaBolt, layer upon layer of her morning ritual gently unfurling. Pastor Robin, as her parishioners call her, awakened at 5:30 a.. more »»

Political distractions abound in wake of Orlando

June 18, 2016 What a dumb time to be alive. more »»

The Left doesn’t want your AR-15, they want everything

June 18, 2016 The “news” media is ranting the democrats familiar song, after a muslim jihadi committed atrocities in a gay nightclub: “We must ban the AR-15, a weapon of war, it has no place in the public’s hand. more »»

Is ‘diversity’ becoming America’s weakness?

June 16, 2016 However great the shock of the massacre in Orlando, it is only a matter of time before we start hearing again the fact-free dogma that “diversity is our strength. more »»

Georgia wants its chance with Robert Stackowitz

June 16, 2016 The state of Georgia wants Robert Stackowitz bac. more »»

Why we can’t stop terrorism with military might alone

June 16, 2016 Once again, the repulsive face of terror has appeared on our homeland, our own soil. It is not a headline in the news about what has happened in some other place in the world. more »»

Perseverance and enjoying the outdoors (or not)

June 5, 2016 I’ve always admired folks who can start a fitness program and stick with it. I am a fairly active person. I dance at least once a week throughout most of the year with the Heritage Dance Associatio. more »»

It’s time to celebrate Dads and grads

June 5, 2016 Wow — did I fall asleep and miss the spring season? It seems like we’ve entered summer very early this year. I’m NOT complaining because I enjoy the warmer weathe. more »»

Examples show how socialism works

June 5, 2016 Probably, the most likeable presidential candidate this political season is Senator Bernie Sanders. I consider Mr. more »»

Signs of summer arriving in the valley

May 29, 2016 It feels like summer in the Ohio Valley. After weeks of cool, damp weather that made it seem as if spring would never actually arrive, temperatures are suddenly soaring into the upper 80s. more »»

Celebrating freedom: A man’s role in ending slavery

May 22, 2016 It’s hard for me to imagine living in a society that truly restricts personal freedom. As a journalist, the freedom of speech and freedom of the press are cornerstones of my life and career. more »»

Wacky weather causes spring headaches

May 15, 2016 Today seems like the perfect time to curl up in the corner of the couch with a good book. more »»

Mothers serve as more than role models

May 8, 2016 Mothers are many things to many people, and that is why we celebrate them today. Mothers inspire. They motivate and protect. They nurture, and they discipline. more »»

Democrats speak out on how the state funds local governments

May 8, 2016 As the new chairman of the Belmont County Democratic Party, I was disappointed to see my new counterpart start his tenure on the attack. And a misleading attack, at that. more »»

GOP chairman: Dems should re-learn Mom’s lesson on self-reliance

May 8, 2016 In honor of Mother’s Day, I want to share a story that helped shape my political views. more »»

My Mother’s letters were always priority mail

May 8, 2016 After I married in 1959 and eventually moved to the nation’s capital to study for advanced degrees and to teach there, I decided to keep as many letters from my mother as I possibly could, for I... more »»

Tell Mom how much you appreciate her

May 1, 2016 Spring is in the air, birds are chirping, flowers and trees are beginning to bud. What a great time to honor mothers. Thanks to President Woodrow Wilson in 1914, we have a holiday for mothers. more »»

 
 

Shadyside Council June 27, 2016

Regular meetings are scheduled for the second and fourth Monday of each month in the community room at the Municipal... more »

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