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Jun 28, 2022
War on Feminine Hygiene Is a War on Women
If you were looking to purchase tampons here at the Beaver Super Market along Third Street, the city's Main Street business district, the manager says there has been a shortage for a while. When he does get them in, they are gone by midday.He is not alone. A visit to...


Jun 21, 2022
Biden's Policies Unraveling Nation's Social Fabric
We are watching in real time the unraveling of our social fabric in cities, suburbs and small towns. It is decaying right before our eyes, with governmental and political inertia making it all possible.


Jun 14, 2022
Vestiges of Americana Fading Away; That's Not Good
In truth, the last Howard Johnson's restaurant closed long before the one in Lake George, New York, did last week.


Jun 7, 2022
How Tim Scott Became Our Only Black GOP Senator
Tim Scott knows the hassle that comes with being both black and conservative. Recently "The View" host Sunny Hostin said that being a black Republican is an oxymoron, and Scott, who is the only black Republican in the U.S. senate, just shook his head."The comments are...


May 31, 2022
Ga. Voters Ignored Noisy Gripes, Gave Kemp His Tuesday Win
"We just kept our head down and kept doing what was right for Georgians and representing their views and their values. And not worried about outside noise , and I think they spoke pretty loudly last night," Kemp said.


May 24, 2022
Story About Pa. This Fall Will Be About Voters, Not Trump
While nuance is dead in American reporting, the truth is a Trump voter can often believe he was a great president and still be ready to move on; both of those sentiments are fairly common.


May 17, 2022
Palin Serious About Return to Politics, Will Others See It That Way?
Since her resignation as governor in 2009, Palin has become a powerful force in the conservative populist movement , first dubbed the Tea Party during the 2010 midterm elections.


May 10, 2022
What a Wave Election Looks Like
It was called the political storm of the century. It would end with the largest single turnover of power in American history - and one for the ages.

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