As the Super Bowl draws near (it will be played Sunday, in New Orleans, in case you didn’t know because you have been on Mars and just got back), it is evident that the most interesting aspect of the game is
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This letter is in response to the op-ed written by Dr. Loraine Goodwin on Friday, Jan. 25, regarding the “grilling of Clinton.” Here’s a news flash, Dr. Goodwin ...
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Dr. Loraine Goodwin, the perennial candidate for any office she can find to run for, had a long letter on Jan. 25, telling us her version of the Benghazi fiasco.
In 1900, Paul P. Harris was a young attorney living in Chicago. He did not know many people and was lonely.
I totally agree with you about the National Anthem. There has been a need for a change of the song recognized as our National Anthem. Not everyone can sing “The Star Spangled Banner.”
It was bizarre during their quiz of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton that the Republican senators felt they had conclusive evidence as to who carried out the Benghazi attack, although Clinton repeatedly st