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Op-Ed: Looney Losers Launch Sour Grapes Secession Campaign

BETWEEN THE LINES: I truly intended to steer clear of politics for this column. However, when I read about the secession effort set in...

Op-Ed: Voting And Gloating Are Over – Where Do We Go...

BETWEEN THE LINES: The presidential campaign stretched out for 18 months, yet it seemed longer — a lot longer. I’ve had my fill of annoying attack...

Op-Ed: America Needs Barack Obama

BETWEEN THE LINES: For habitual readers of this column, it should come as no revelation as to who my preference is in Tuesday’s presidential election. Over...

Op-Ed: Despite Debate Win, GOP Seeks Edge With Voter Suppression

BETWEEN THE LINES: When Mitt Romney became the Republican’s designated presidential nominee following his victories in the spring primaries, the party’s conservative wing seemed as...

Op-Ed: Notes From The Couch — Conventionally Speaking

BETWEEN THE LINES: After watching portions of the Republican and Democratic conventions, here are some observations: Now I can sleep soundly, knowing the incumbents, their opponents...

Congressional Redistricting – A Primary Election Guide To Changes And Candidates

On Tuesday, June 26, voters will hit the polls to vote in federal legislative primaries, choosing Democratic or Republican candidates for Senate (Republican only)...

Congressional Redistricting – A Primary Election Guide To Changes And Candidates

On Tuesday, June 26, voters will hit the polls to vote in federal legislative primaries, choosing Democratic or Republican candidates for Senate (Republican only)...

“No Impact Man” To Be Green Party Candidate In Local Congressional...

If you live in our coverage area, chances are you didn't have reason to know much about Congressman Edolphus Towns until recently. After all,...