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Growling About Dogs

Growling About Dogs

Every year the number of dog bites, maulings and fatalities grows. Something has to be done to protect people, their livestock and their pets from being attacked. The first thing…

Bring on the Abuse

Bring on the Abuse

Every time there is a news report of a dog attack that identifies breed, owners of that breed immediately email, write and call the newspaper to complain. We anticipate your…

Lying Hillary Doll

Lying Hillary Doll

In Smithfield, Rhode Island an 81 year old store owner is being harassed for displaying a “lyin Hillary doll.” He received the doll as a gift and hung it from…

Why Shouldn’t an ID be required to vote?

Why Shouldn’t an ID be required to vote?

Voting is our most important right. Some of us would vote if we had to walk to the polls. I understand all of the reasons people claim an ID shouldn’t…

Lies Lead to Bigger Lies

Lies Lead to Bigger Lies

A recent study discovered what many of us already knew. The more a person lies, the bigger the lies get and the guilt associated with lying gets less. Neuroscientists at…

110 interruptions

110 interruptions

Last night vice presidential candidates Kaine and Pence were featured in what was called a debate. I’ve attended bar fights that were more civilized. This isn’t a criticism of the…

The Five-Second Rule

The Five-Second Rule

The majority of us who are parents have invoked the five-second rule at some point. A child drops his cookie, “pick it up within five seconds and it will still…

Big Money Supports Big Government

Big Money Supports Big Government

This year I will be voting for smaller Government. I know a lot of people who believe in smaller Government or at least they say they do. But when it…

Rape and excuses

Rape and excuses

In the news this week are several stories about the University of Richmond and the girl who has filed a federal complaint regarding the school’s responses to her rape allegations.…

Safe and Secure?

Safe and Secure?

Charlotte County just accepted a bid for the new courthouse mandated by several judges. According to the judges the current facilities were and are not “safe and secure.” A reader…

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