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Last month, Joe Biden announced his most brazen attempt yet to shred our freedoms with his authoritarian COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Under his proposal, federal employees and individuals who work at a business with more than 100 employees must get vaccinated or they will be fired from their job. This would apply to over two-thirds of the American workforce. Obviously, I am vehemently opposed to this unconstitutional overreach. The bottom line is this: your health decisions are between you and your doctor, not between you and Joe Biden.
  I have a lot of conversations in my head. Just this morning when I was thinking about writing this column and how it should go, I bet four different voices chimed in, each of them telling me what to write...
Mr. Trump, If Mexico had built a wall, I'd be the millionaire, and you'd be mowing my lawn. Dear Mr. Trump, If you could find the time, I’d like for you to come over and sit down in the front yard...
Editor's Note: This editorial has been updated. As many of you know, the Moore County Journal recently received a letter from Erin Lands, an attorney with Salley & Lands, who represents the Moore County News Press. The letter requests the...
Portland Police Sgt. Bret Barnum and Devonte Hart hug during a Ferguson-related protest in 2014. — The Oregonian In the year I’ve been publishing the Journal, I can count on one hand the number of readers’ comments I’ve deleted because...
Above: The Amarillo Globe News published a report Sunday about an investigation that involves Rob Roach, Sunray's recently hired city manager. The story is really about giving Panhandle's mayor an opportunity to drag Roach through the mud. The Amarillo Globe News...
For the last few months I've been thinking about how to start this column, but looking for a beginning has been like trying to find that one string in a knotted ball that is the key to making it...
                        Dear IRS, As you know, I filed my tax return Feb. 14, 2015, and since then I've received two letters from you that, at first, made me feel really important but are now just ticking me off. I feel I can...
Since the murders in Charleston, I've been reading a lot of posts that vilify the 11 Southern states for seceding from the Union in late 1861 and early 1862. Texas was one of them. Writers are calling the secession treasonous...
There's a song we sang about 30 years ago that said, "I do not know just why He came to love me so. He looked beyond my faults and saw my needs." When I think of all that God...
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