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Fact (n) 1) reality, actuality, 2) something known to exist or to have happened, 3) something said to be true
A couple of years ago, when certain factions within the Republican Party filibustered a spending bill, thereby shutting down the federal government for some days, I cringed when I heard the tone of President Obama’s reprimand of their action in … Continue reading
If what binds us In community is Our common interest, But this is lacking, What prevents you From killing me?
Sunrise over Georgetown, Name-sake of our founder, An image viewed from The Holiday Inn, Across the Potomac River. Industrial smoke stacks, persevered for architectural Interest and heritage, Rather than to exhaust The residue of capitalism.
Letter to the Editor A variety of commentaries in recent issues of the Moorefield Examiner have given us readers plenty to ponder: cows in streams, septic systems, fossil fuels and renewable energy sources, health care, privacy, and eating habits. What … Continue reading
Let me see if I recall middle school math: 2 x 2 = 4, 2 x 2 x 2 = 8, 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 = 16, etc. These were called “powers of” or “exponents”, which if … Continue reading
Our politic affairs have become so partisan and divisive that any advocacy, position, platform, bill, legislation, and now Supreme Court decision is bound to be the chip-knocked-off-someone’s-shoulder. Thoughtful debate degenerates into sarcastic barbs (i.e. Justice Scalia’s superb wit has no … Continue reading