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Opinion: Don’t Apologize

Never be one who refuses to admit when you commit a wrong. When one finds that he or she has done something that has insulted or wronged another person, the proper thing to do is to apologize. A sincere apology, heals wounds and mends friendships. Everyone makes mistakes and the least damage is done when

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Opinion – PINO: President In Name Only

Is Joe Biden really our president? That is really a good question, but you won’t hear it on any of the cable or network TV or radio channels. It won’t be asked in any of the major newspapers. What constitutes the office of the President? The President of the United States is the chief executive

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Opinion: Thoughts While on the Road

When my wife, Judi, and I travel to California in our RV, we listen to satellite radio. We’ll listen to oldies, love songs, country western and news channels. We’ll also discuss our family situations and current events. It’s about a seven and half hour journey one way, so we do a lot of conversing. We

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Opinion: How to Cancel Fun, Happiness, Safety and Contentment

With the leftists in power, with every group of malcontents claiming victimhood, with the counter culture trying to demolish anyone and everyone who disagrees with their stilted view of the world, we are in for a bumpy ride. That is, until these radicals destroy themselves, as they ultimately will. Al Franken, the former Senator from

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Opinion: Organized Crime, Corruption, Politics and the Mob Museum

Since both my father and grandfather fought organized crime during their police careers, I have always had an interest in the subject. That being the case, ever since I have heard that the Mob Museum opened in Las Vegas, I have been planning to visit. In addition, I had several papers, photos, audio tapes, and

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Opinion: The Sheeping of Americans

In every government there is a need for order. Governments are supposed to protect the people they govern from anarchy, chaos, criminals, invasions and disease. In a free government, “of the people, by the people, and for the people,” those same people have the right to question those whom they have placed in power and

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