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Do you believe in second chances? To be more specific, do you believe in second chances for convicted felons, even those sentenced to life in prison or life without the possibility of parole? Read more

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The omicron variant of COVID-19 has surged to the point that many school districts are back to remote learning. When the transition was announced in my son's school, I felt a rush of relief. Though he's fully vaccinated, I knew he would be safer at home from the highly infectious omicron var… Read more

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As the New Year gains momentum, we’re each provided a wonderful opportunity to take stock of our leadership approach and ensure you’re doing everything you can to help position your team to excel. Our impact increases proportionally to the intentionality with which we lead. Read more

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Smart homes are dumb. There, I said it. I’m sure those involved in the nearly $1.5 billion a year connected-home technology business in the United States won’t be happy with my statement, but I’m sticking to my guns. So-called smart technology is not your friend. Read more

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The truth is Jan. 6 was a dark day in the history of our republic. Fueled by repeated lies from President Donald Trump, a group of men and women stormed the United States Capitol to stop Congress from certifying the Electoral College vote. Along with those men and women were many more who wa… Read more

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The Jan. 4 issue of the Daily News-Record printed two letters challenging the essay I wrote about the use of Ivermectin for treating COVID. I think each letter needs to be answered point by point. Read more

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To kick off the new year (excuse the intended pun) I am not doing a political column this week. In fact, I am drawing upon the lives of two of the most apolitical people you could find, John Madden and Betty White. Both are very special. Read more

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is on a rampage after Twitter deactivated her account and Facebook placed her on probation over controversial coronavirus claims that fact-checkers flagged as misinformation. Read more

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This week of transition from an old year to a new one is a good time to reflect. Where are we, as a people, a culture, a nation? How have we drifted off course, and how can we correct that course and aim anew at the Good, the True, the Beautiful? Read more

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The fullness of time, and now the omicron wave, have made it obvious how preposterous the chief lines of criticism against Donald Trump were during the pandemic. Read more

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An elderly gentleman had just finished his dental cleaning when he asked the hygienist to leave the room. When we were alone in the room he said, “I have a neighbor who has some Ivermectin. How should I take this to prevent getting COVID?” Read more

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Most people at this time of year are optimistically making their plans about what they will change in the new year. They are excited about implementing their strategies and reaching their goals over the next twelve months. Read more

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