David Hegg | Patience, Perseverance

For centuries societies depended almost entirely on agriculture. The recognition that ground had to be cleared and plowed, seeds sown, and plants tended was part and parcel of daily life. It took many labors and many days to reach the reward of harvest. The reality of life was that perseverance was necessary. Hard work, consistently exercised over time, was the

Ronald Perry | Is This Constitutional?

How is it constitutional to have the Jan. 6 (committee hearings) held on public television? If they were reporting on the results of the (hearings)

Gary Horton | Let’s Get the Basics Straight

Everyday real life in America continues, despite our never-ending soul-grinding infighting over guns, reproductive rights, MAGA coups, and residue COVID concerns. Heaven knows, Americans love

Albert Bigelow | Rant vs. Truth

Friday’s (June 17) letter from Richard Myers is full of rant but short on facts. Here are two to be considered before attacking “assault weapons”:

Lois Eisenberg | Exposing the Big Lie

See what has happened when Donald Trump was not impeached. It was said by the experts that Trump not being impeached would play more havoc