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The recent special congressional elections should send a signal to both parties. The outcomes weren’t really surprising, because the seats were held by Republicans . . . more
In the run-up to Christmas last year, I covered an annual event at Dees’ Nursery in Oceanside. Trees for Troops, it was called, and for the past 14 years . . . more
Three years ago next month, an 18-year-old Massachusetts boy drove himself to a Kmart parking lot and hooked up a pump that released carbon monoxide into the cab of his truck. At one point, he had second thoughts about killing himself, but . . . more
Just half a year into the Trump administration, our nation, and its representatives in Congress, are at a crossroad. The divisiveness poisoning our politics has become so ugly and dangerous . . . more
A childhood friend recently posted a black-and-white snapshot on Facebook of our middle school cross-country team, a ragtag collection of 30 boys . . . more
Of course you don’t have a moment. Neither do I, but what does that matter? Ubiquitous, intrusive and endless surveys are a good idea gone bad. more
Watching the developments of the last week in Washington, D.C., has led me to both hope and fear for the near future. more
I’m addicted to watching shows like “House of Cards,” “Veep,” ”Homeland” and “Madame Secretary.” In some way, each episode depicts . . . more
It is said that we cannot step into the same river twice. The river changes, and so do we, second by second. At the moment, I am furiously treading water. more
There seems to be no end to the media obsession with the relationship between President Trump and the Russians. The latest charge is that during the presidential transition . . . more
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