Opinion

The new norm: food for thought!

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The daily news of the COVID-19 world pandemic has lately been smothered by political ads like two ladles of gravy over one scoop of mashed potatoes. At times it is more than one wants to stomach. They are heaping it on like one fills a plate at an “allyou-can-eat-buffet”

Bitter or better

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Before we get into this column, I’d like to remind everyone to go vote! November 3 is Election Day, and it does not matter who anyone votes for, this is a prized right that we have, and we should exercise it. And we must respect that everyone has different opinions on issues, much like mine to follow.

Letters to the Editor

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`Always speak your truth’ Dear I often find inspiration from theologians, Buddhist monks, and other renowned thinkers. But I was reminded recently that inspiration can come from many sources.

The new norm: Rivers!

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I’ve always loved rivers, especially slow and narrow ones that I can try to catch fish from. I’m by no means an expert on them and one may think I’m all wet with this idea, but here are a few: First place in my heart is the Pecos River near Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Pondering Pundit

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Voting. It is a privilege and a right, something all American citizens get to do.

Letters to the Editor

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Dear Editor; President Trump, you have had almost four years to lead the United States and have failed us by your own choosing. Whether it be in foreign policy and domestic policy you have not protected the United States as Commander-in Chief.

The new norm: Mirrors!

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It’s a nice reflection of you. Most of us probably remember the stepmother character from “Snow White” and her famous dialogue – “Magic mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all?” It would be interesting for you to know that mirrors originated around 600 B.C.E., as a polished surface of natural materials which gradually developed to copper, silver, and gold.