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Barbaret : Vote No. We need to find a project that does not divide residents.

Denise Barbaret
Submitted to the Amherst Bulletin March 13, 2017

The upcoming referendum on whether or not to build a new $67 million elementary school may well be the most controversial referendum in Amherst’s history. 322 more words

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Marc Silver: Big not better, and may be worse

Big not better, and may be worse
Marc Silver
Letter to the editor, published in the Amherst Bulletin Sun., March 26, 2017

Friday’s illogical editorial (“Support Amherst school plan”) extols the “mega-mania” that periodically grips Amherst, as the town too frequently confuses size with quality. 107 more words

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Health Care Reform - Truth

Heartfelt Message to all Trump Supporters

After a crazy week in Washington . . . Here is a brief and truthful summary of what happened with healthcare reform on March 24, 2017 and how it impacts you! 680 more words


Jacob Mayfield: Proposed configuration is problematic for children

Jacob Mayfield
Letter submitted to Amherst Bulletin three weeks running

On March 28th Amherst votes on a school plan with a configuration that most published research and data suggest is problematic. 273 more words

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Callahan: School project is too expensive for Amherst

Op-Ed published in Amherst Bulletin on March 23, 2017

On March 28, Amherst voters will decide whether the town should borrow $66,369,000 for two co-located, Grades 2-6, elementary schools on the Wildwood site in North Amherst. 734 more words

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Terri Schiavo: My Sister's Regret

First appeared in Townhall.com, available here.

Recently, and for the second time in less than a year, presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama stated that his greatest regret as a Senator  758 more words


Please Don't Confuse This Story With Terri Schiavo

First appeared in the Dakota Voice, available here.

One can’t help but wonder if perhaps the mainstream media is feeling a growing sense of uneasiness regarding Terri’s death. 1,182 more words