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July 06, 2018

Do you think the Capital Gazette whose publishers ranted and raved about their dedication to the public should have realized that alleged mass murderer Jarrod Ramos was mentally unstable to say the least?

They should have called the first available psychologist or psychiatrist to assist them, or at…

July 05, 2018

Why is it when Dewey Funkhouser writes in the DR, he can’t get his point across without attacking Christians. Doesn’t matter what subject he comments on, it’s always the Christians’ fault.

He tries, with little success, to compare what President Trump does with illegal…

July 04, 2018

This past weekend I was proud to be a member of a community which embraces inclusivity and justice and joy. Friday was Greenville Grooves where a diverse audience listened and danced to great music provided by Carroll Dashiell and his gifted ensemble. He reminded us that this music brought a…

July 03, 2018

I'm not sure I understand all I know about China but I'm not sure Sen. Lindsey Graham does either. The senator from South Carolina believes American troops in Korea are essential to maintain stability in Asia. Removing those troops plays into the hands of China's desire to destabilize Asia.

Which…

July 01, 2018

Many months ago I had ended a letter to the Reflector with, “Think Nazi Germany.” Well, taking children form their parents with little or no regard for their welfare clearly shows a Nazi type mentality of the Trump bunch. Trump's proposal, (not a law) backed by his Republican buddies,…

June 30, 2018

It's been one month since my son’s body was found burning in storage shed. It has not been determined who, why and how they did it. I feel as though it's been swept under the rug.

I have not heard anything from the 26th of May until the 26th of June about what happened. It was as though he…

June 29, 2018

In Moscow, Russia, on June 13, a certain tension and excitement was in the air: the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) was announcing the winner of the bid to host the 2026 World Cup. The United Bid that included Canada, Mexico and the U.S. was declared the winner. World Cup…

June 28, 2018

One out of 50 children or 1.5 million children in the USA is homeless. In 2013 that number jumped to one out of 30 children, or 2.5 million. There were an estimated 57,849 homeless veterans in the United States in January 2013, or 12 percent of all homeless adults.

In 2014, a DHS report estimating…

June 28, 2018

In the wake of rising fascism in Europe, Sinclair Lewis’ 1935, fictitious, political novel,“It Can’t Happen Here,” introduced readers to newly-elected President Berzelius Windrip who — having conducted a political campaign based on a populist platform that…

June 28, 2018

Another alarming event has occurred that further chips away at our rights and freedoms as U.S. citizens. A U.S. District court judge ruled Tuesday, 6/19/18, to not restore judicial primaries. This ruling significantly restricts our ability to elect our own judges: 150 District and Superior Court…

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