A New Adventure
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Empathy — not to be confused with sympathy — is the capacity to understand another person’s point of view and, by extension, their suffering. According to thoughtco.com, … more
Elvis Presley fanatics only need to take a short one-day journey to Graceland in Memphis, Tenn., to realize their dreams. For a newspaperman/printer like myself, the ultimate pilgrimage is not … more
I’m not sure how much work 80-year-old President Joe Biden gets done — with more downtime than any of our previous commanders in chief — but his administration has been working … more
My childhood was in the 1960s and 70s. I spent much of that time playing outside in the dirt with my faithful dog, King. My kid sister, Denise and I built a tree house in a vacant lot behind our … more
S anctuary cities, counties, and states and communities calling for their police force to be defunded are witnessing their dreams come true. And those pursuits are coming back to bite them in the … more
E ach week I include a quote at the bottom of our front page — different for each of our three newspapers. While searching for an appropriate quote for last week’s publications, I … more
T he United States Constitution has proven to be one of the most remarkable political documents ever created. Still, there is no shortage of people with ideas to improve our constitution. I’m … more
T here are two types of people in this world, positive and negative. I have been a positive person with a sunny outlook on life for as long as I can remember. When someone asks me how I am doing, I … more
A merican history lists many great Native American Chiefs, including Crazy Horse, Sitting Bull, Tecumseh, Geronimo and Cochise. Long before these great leaders was one honored by colonial Americans … more
M any of my readers may not be old enough, but I remember when the Vice-President of the United States was lambasted for mis-spelling a word. As a person who has always been a cacographer, I can … more
O n Friday, June 30, Maries County Deputy Tiffany Johnson pulled over a Penske rental truck traveling south on Highway 63. She initiated the stop after witnessing the box truck travel off the right … more
P resident Joe Biden’s administration — in an attempt to improve Biden’s ratings — touted their economic policies last week. This has become known as Bidenomics. … more
Y ou will be the same person in five years as you are today except for the people you meet and the books you read. That’s a quote by author and motivational speaker Charlie … more
M y wife, Connie, and I were not very active in sports as we grew up. Our two boys participated in little league soccer and baseball. Our daughter was the opposite. She spent five days a week in the … more
B ody integrity identity disorder, or BIID is the latest disorder you may, or may not have seen in the news. According to Wikipedia, it “is a mental disorder characterized by a desire to have a … more
O n Good Friday, April 8, 1966, Time magazine published its iconic cover with three simple words: Is God Dead? Today, 57 years later, many in our society have turned away from God. They don’t … more
I n conversations with Democrats, they try to explain their visceral hatred for President Donald Trump. Where did this hate come from? I think Trump has an inflated ego, is self-centered and … more
H ave you ever paid attention to the “fine print” at the bottom of some of the advertisements in the newspaper or, for that matter, any other print publication? I’m sure most … more
T he purpose of our military is to protect America from our enemies. Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, in a 2015 Republican presidential debate, was a little more blunt when he said, “The … more
W hen I sit down to read a good book, it’s usually on history. I’ve read books on the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant. One historical figure from that time … more
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