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Happy Anniversary To Washington's "Least Untruthful" Witness: Clapper To Avoid Perjury Prosecution In March

Below is an expanded version of my column that ran in USA Today on the approaching expiration of the statute of limitations for prosecuting former National Intelligence Director  930 more words

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It's Like This By Bob Palmer

Going whole hog

Texas and Arkansas share a border and a problem.

Feral hogs run wild through the rural areas of both states and encroach into communities. 580 more words

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Financial Focus | January 18, 2018

Put your financial “puzzle” together

January 29 is National Puzzle Day, with puzzle celebrations and events taking place at museums, libraries and other venues across the country. 222 more words

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History Moment By William "Doc" Halliday

Did Al Do It!

Al was born in 1931 in Chelsea, Massachusetts. Some people might say that they knew he was different because he was known to torture animals when he was a child. 695 more words

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Let's Share Some Recipes

By Carla Bass, City Editor

Hopefully you have all begun to thaw after the Artic Blast of ice, snow and frigid temperatures. You all loaded up on the comfort foods like stew, gumbo or chicken and dumplings while iced in at home; so let’s go with something lighter this week. 353 more words

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Let's Spot Fake News

Fake news, as we know it, revolves around online media. Most if not all of us have gone through our news feeds and saw fake news being shared by friends. 464 more words

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Greenie-Minded

In this day and age, you’d be surprised as to how easy it is to become an environmentalist. All over social media, so many people claim to be “environmentalists” and “earth warriors.” But at one point you have to draw a line between the people who actually care about the environment – and the “greenies.” 242 more words

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