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NASA’s reminder that science can inspire

The fact that there are some things computers and robots do exceptionally well, far more efficiently than any human could, has for decades led...

Use time to shape the new normal

There are all sorts of suggestions out there for what to do with time spent at home during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Of course...

Make Facebook, Google pay for local news

By Dean Ridings CEO, America’s Newspapers   If you are a newspaper subscriber or you pick up a copy at a local retailer, you pay for the...

Best gift I ever got came at Thanksgiving

The best gift I ever received didn’t come on a birthday or at Christmas. It came right around Thanksgiving, not a holiday often associated...

Windfall presents its own challenges

Discussions about how government can and should work for the people, who alternately benefit from its machinery and find themselves at its mercy, almost...

Unlike absentee voting, all mail-in balloting defrauds voters

By State Rep. Jim Townsend   The American voting system can best be described as one voter-one vote. In recent weeks, Congressional Democrats have been pushing...

Census planning efforts underway

The prospect of counting every person in a country as expansive as ours might seem, especially in the planning stages, like an earth-to-the-moon endeavor....

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