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President Trump’s threat that he would destroy the cultural sites of Iran is barbaric and un-American to the extreme. The fact that he would seriously consider such an action illustrates his extreme short-sightedness and lack of sensitivity.

None are so blind as they who will not see. There are some, not so many, that feel empowered. They belong to a swindling tribe with a common interest, minds of a kind so to speak. They exist in their own little world, oblivious to the obvious. They deny, even rail against, their own bad deci…

Democratic members of the House of Representatives of 2017 through 2020 will be remembered as having committed the worst political act in the history of the United States. There are no adjectives or adverbs that can adequately describe the extremely partisan performance of Democrats during t…

Happy New Year! 2020 is here, and once again we have the opportunity to be better and do better, to be kinder, more compassionate, more giving and the opportunity to reach our full potential. What’s your plan? What kind of impact will you make in the world? What will your legacy be?

Because Pelosi has not sent the articles of impeachment to the Senate, legal scholars are saying that President Trump has not been legally or officially impeached. Many are saying she is violating the Constitution by withholding the articles. Is Pelosi not committing her own “quid pro quo” b…

“HABARI GANI” is the greeting that I have had the honor of bestowing on our community since coming to Warrenton in 1999. It means “What’s the news” or “What’s happening?” and is the official greeting of Kwanzaa.

Greetings and happy and merry holidays to my fellow Warren County residents. A belated thank you goes out to the Warrenton fire department for a good Thanksgiving.

I apologize if I offended anyone when I confronted Commissioner Tare “T” Davis during last week’s county commissioners’ meeting on his jackboot tactic of praying as he does to his god at the beginning of meetings. My point was that there have been 28,000 gods in the history of man.

As I sit on a rainy Sunday morning with the perfect cup of tea and honey, I think about life, and how quickly the years pass. I might have mentioned my thoughts on the fleeting of time before because it continues to baffle me from month to month. And now that Thanksgiving is behind us, and m…

Despite the weather, the Second Annual Farmer’s Christmas on Nov. 23 was a surprising success, with great crowds all morning and even continuing through the drenching cold rain that marked the afternoon, all to the music of DryBread Road, while our Farmer Santa Steve Young handed out candy c…

Indoctrination. A simple word, yet rife with history. It can happen so fast, in the blink of an eye. There is a saying, an old saying, that those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it. Such a truth evades some. They choose their own path. Close-minded and defend nothing past t…