Friday, Oct 24, 2014

Columns

Maglio: Parents are the primary teachers

A child’s education begins at home. Functional parents naturally provide role modeling that is fertile ground for the child’s moral, emotional, social and educational development. Children spontaneously imitate speech patterns, vocabula...
Published: 10/09/14

Reiniers: The minimum wage scam

Americans are uneasy these days. Rasmussen reports that 65 percent of voters do not think the economy is headed in the right direction. Last October, confidence in the economy’s course fell to a dismal 13 percent. Voters are fixated on the nee...
Published: 10/08/14

Letters to the editor

The facts on red-light cameras
Published: 10/08/14

Nienhuis: Immunity with Amendment 2

The word “immunity” strikes fear in the hearts of those who fully understand its power. It can allow really bad people to avoid accountability and justice. That is why prosecutors seldom grant it. When they do, it is never for future ac...
Published: 10/08/14

Woods: Corporal punishment produced results

Are you old enough to remember corporal punishment in schools? Do you remember your parents using physical punishment to put a point across or correct some misbehavior you committed?
Published: 10/02/14

Letters to the editor

Democracy only works if you vote
Published: 10/02/14

DeWitt: Typical tactic used to push penny tax

I see that Len Sossamon turned the penny sales tax into a campaign based on intimidation and negativity. That was when he told a resident that if a student is killed walking to school because of lack of adequate sidewalks to be funded by this tax, th...
Published: 09/28/14

Letters to the editor

Support the Penny sales tax
Published: 09/28/14

Myers: Talk is still just talk

On Wednesday night President Obama gave a prime-time speech about his upcoming actions in dealing with the terrorist group ISIS. We will use additional air strikes in the area to include Syria. We also will send more troops to train the Iraqi forces ...
Published: 09/28/14

Maglio: Moving from secularism to atheism as a state religion

America was founded as a religious haven for Europeans persecuted for their religious beliefs. What many of the first settlers wanted was freedom to practice their religion without repercussions from the government. Our nation has been a beacon of r...
Published: 09/25/14

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