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Hearing about a shorter or longer prison term for Derek Chauvin in the national news made me think of an idea that might help facilitate personal, community and national forgiveness and then healing, things so desperately needed at an American time such as this.

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Although I believe that all people should be treated equally I can’t understand how anyone who has bothered to look up the origin and beliefs of the Black Lives Matter organization can support them in any way. This organization was founded by self proclaimed anarchists and Marxists. They don…

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Here in the United States, we are turning the corner on the Covid-19 pandemic with over 40% of Americans vaccinated and a decline in cases. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said of the rest of the world. Many developing countries lack the infrastructure and funding to handle the coronavirus…

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Last night, I watched as a handful of individuals spoke before the LCPS School Board to spread misinformation about transgender students. Among them, my own 1st and 2nd graders’ PE teacher.

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One of the greatest threats to America’s economic recovery and future growth is currently being debated in Congress. The PRO Act, a bill which seeks to undermine workers’ rights to privacy and free association, would create a one-size-fits-all rewrite of labor laws in 50 states, hurting work…

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How can we change the way you feel about going to the gym? By creating a refined new gym concept designed around you. One that inspires and grows with each member and is specifically tailored to your age, fitness level and overall health and …

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Journalism was always considered as a profession that sought out news and delivered it to the public. We used to read the newspapers and listen to the radio to find out the truth about what is happening in our country and the rest of the world. Then came television and we were able to litera…

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On average, the American people are under the impression that the United States gives approximately 20 percent of its available funds to Foreign Aid. In reality, it is closer to one percent. In order for there to be change, we as citizens need to increase public pressure on our politicians.

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The May 7 ransomeware attack on Colonial Pipeline reveals challenges not only to the US cyber defenses but also to the vulnerability of our energy system. A centralized system for delivering fossil fuels, generating electricity, and for distributing electricity is not secure. This ransomewar…

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As we work to put this pandemic behind us, the role of long-term care (LTC) pharmacies has never been more important. We are responsible for providing medication management services to those in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities and play a critical role in taking care of Ameri…

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Imagine all the art you watch, listen to, or see every week. Many people listen to music while riding in the car. Millions of people subscribe to Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, and cable television for entertainment. Millions of people in this country went to the movie theatre every year, befo…

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In 1954, the U.S. Congress approved a joint resolution for President Dwight D. Eisenhower to proclaim a week to recognize the humanitarian efforts of The Salvation Army, one of the nation’s largest and oldest faith-based health and human service providers. This year Salvation Army Week is Ma…

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I’m writing in response to your article titled “With the Lovettsville Co-op, locals to get a grocery store of their own”, published in the Loudoun Times-Mirror on March 24th. I am so impressed by the people of Lovettsville and their drive to create a store that utilizes local produce and bus…

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Thank you for including Mr. Sawicky's perspective on one of the major issues being discussed in America, The Critical Race Theory. He certainly is qualified to speak on the subject. It was helpful in understanding, from his perspective, what CRT is and how he believes it will help make Ameri…

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Republican Gubernatorial candidate Pete Snyder is exactly the kind of person we need as Governor of Virginia. His work creating the 30-Day Fund in Virginia to help small businesses get by during the Covid pandemic is the kind of bold leadership that is so lacking in government, and he took t…

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In 2018 we made a pact as siblings to move to Rockland, our family owned farm — we called it #Rockland 2020. Rockland has been in our family for generations, we grew up visiting our grandparents here, so it is sacred ground to us. As two service industry veterans, working hard and working wi…

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Unlike Congress, where Federal legislation can include a broad range of legislative topic areas, the Virginia Constitution mandates a 1-for-1 relationship between a piece of legislation and its topic. As defined in Article IV, Section 12 of the Virginia Constitution, “No law shall embrace mo…

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In Lewis Carroll's dream classic "Alice in Wonderland," Alice often uses the term "curiouser and curiouser " to describe the fantasies encountered from falling down a rabbit hole. This set of words is a perfect metaphor for the "rat" hole of fantasies concocted by the owners of Rockland for …

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