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Let’s see, we’re talking about giving the morning after pill to young women at age 15. I have a better idea.
There is talk of Oconee County raising taxes to balance its budget.
Recently a very highly paid “employee” of ours at “Pine Street” described the squandering of our resources on shady land deals and giving away spec buildings as a sport, a “team sport.”
I just watched a replay of Hillary Clinton, our former secretary of state, being questioned by Congress about the terrorist attack on our consulate in Benghazi where four of our citizens were killed.
We understand that raising taxes/fees is never a popular subject. It’s worse when we’re still recovering from the worst recession in most of our memories and a dragged out recovery.
Mayberry came “back” to Westminster, and the committee couldn’t be more pleased.
Mr. Bill Buehl’s recent contribution to The Journal, “Compassion: A solution to violence?” is the most eloquent piece of prose I have read in some time.
Using labels and terms to articulate one’s beliefs or positions can be helpful. However, labels come with baggage, no more so than when these labels are erroneously defined.
In late March, I had a two-day operation to implant five coronary stints in my blocked arteries.
Jesus preached charity, the willful giving of the fruits of one’s labor out of love and caring for our fellow man without coercion and without force.