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There’s no question Vladimir Putin’s Russia wants to see America’s democracy disintegrate into chaos. more

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Given the upcoming battle over the recent nomination of Brent Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, I thought it might be worthwhile to look at the oath each member has sworn to uphold. more

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Last week, I reflected on an event from the past but didn’t have the space to bring it into the context of today’s governmental affairs. more

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A thousand private jets, with 10 times the carbon footprint of commercial airplanes, converged on Davos, Switzerland for the annual World Economic Forum. more

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In the late 1970s, I was managing the Corry, Pa. Chamber of Commerce. more

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Dear Mr. President: Please explain what you mean. more

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Political rancor continues to invade nearly every facet of life. more

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Of course Margaret is right (“Newcomers to the North Country?” published in the Sept. 23 edition). more

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In a free society, there will always be those who go against the grain of conventional thinking and those who encourage them. more

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We live in a world economy where goods and services are exchanged for the mutual benefit of all participating countries. more

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Kudos to Mr. Dan Alexander for his column published in the Feb. 11 edition. more

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I believe it is time for all Americans to come together and stop the back and forth letters regarding President Trump. more

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On Jan. 20, Donald Trump will be sworn in as President of the United States. Celebrations and protests will mark the occasion. Democracy is messy. more

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I can’t help but wonder if the fast pace of a wireless society these days, where we are overloaded with too much information, much of which is over glorified, lends to how quickly the years seem to slip by. more

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Embassy attacks during the presidencies of Republicans George W. Bush and Ronald Reagan: more

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Protests are disrupting the country and even now the simplest mention of President-Elect Trump’s name will send half of the country into disarray. more

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2016 was never expected to go the way it has, but I’ve got a feeling that trend will make for a nail biter come this fall. We may be about to witness the greatest drama American politics has ever seen.” more

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President Obama said Tuesday the United States will spend $90 million over the next three years to clear unexploded bombs dropped on Laos during the Vietnam War. more

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The United States of America was built on the basic concept of providing fair and equitable treatment for her citizens. more

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Gee, Wally, according to Gary Guido things are real swell in America right now? Things are going so smoothly and efficiently that you’d think America was still the setting for a Leave It To Beaver episode. more

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    The Champlain Valley Quilters Guild is hosting their 16th annual quilt show at the Plattsburgh State Field House on Sept. 30.

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