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Most of us have been taught to move forward cautiously, make intelligent decisions, and not fail. In our society, failure has a nasty taste to it. Failure isn't commonly thought of as a good thing. … more
Imagine a political cartoon likened to the story of Moby Dick with all its symbolism. Captain Ahab is standing on the quarterdeck of his whaling ship Pequod. Ahab looks a bit like … more
The American Health Care Act, which is being drafted in Congress, would mean higher prices for some consumers, less coverage, and tax breaks for big drug and insurance companies. These tax breaks … more
Dear Mr. Smith, My name is Stacey James, and I am currently Mrs. Parker Days. I read your recent column, "Nothing against beauty, but we could do without the pageants," and I wanted to take a … more
Who does the public trust? I saw a recent poll on who trusts James Comey, former FBI director. The poll was evenly divided on whether the respondents trusted Comey and his conduct both prior to … more
Poisonous weeds in the Western United States cause millions of dollars of damage each year. According to an article written by Raylene Owen, Elbert County master gardener, the weed problem is … more
Alfredo Hidalgo has been cutting my hair since 1977. I have been unfaithful to him, because of weather or location, fewer than 10 times. Alfred cut my hair when it was over my ears and the … more
Some people use the words happiness and joy interchangeably and do not see much of a difference between the two. For me, joy is happiness taken to a whole new level. As I looked up the actual … more
Summer has arrived, which means many new opportunities for kids to enjoy outdoor play. In your backyard, at the playground or on walks in the woods, there are things to explore and challenges to … more
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