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Impeachment phase II has now begun. We continue to witness the ratcheting up of hardball politics, with each move on the chess table. Both sides are forced to circle the wagons while moving farther left and right to protect the power they now enjoy. Read more

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Just when you think it can’t get any worse. Wouldn’t you know we find a way to do just that? Read more

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Our business model and our rural communities are currently undergoing some significant changes that must be addressed. Read more

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Each week, we do our best to provide our readers with timely, accurate community news, as well as coverage of education, features on engaging community members, and the high school sports coverage you have come to expect. Read more

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Marx said, “Religion is the opiate of the people.” If the masses demand an opiate, simply substitute evironmentalism for Christianity. Academia can provide a catechism. Read more

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In the beginning of this great experiment called the United States of America, it was not a partnership like a marriage or even business partners, but... Read more

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I take issue with the letter from Terry K. Hurlburt in your current issue of The Sun. Read more

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In any form of business partnership, once the raw opposing opinions are aired, the anger grows more derogatory, cutting deep into the once fruitful partnership and both sides begin competing against each other instead of working together... Read more

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MIDDLEBURY | After a busy 2018 collecting, boiling and marketing maple syrup, local sugarmakers will huddle to prepare for the 2019 sap run. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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By now, the outcomes from the midterm elections will be known. Read more

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Reading all the critics of the various political parties, most ill-informed and over-emotional, I look back to a time I first started reading the news, listening to the radio and watching TV. Read more

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While taking some time off, I’m taking a look back to previous columns for a little perspective on the world of political twists and turns. Here’s one from January 2014. Read more

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The nation was forced to witness high drama that could easily have been avoided when the Senate held a public hearing on the accusations made by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford regarding Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Read more

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SCHROON LAKE | Schroon Lake has no local television or radio stations, nor a resident newspaper to call its own. Read more

The Sun

Remember the days when politics were reserved to, well, politics? Well, no longer. Read more

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Day after day, year after year, we suffer through the Russian collusion ghost story as if it actually happened and isn’t costing tens of millions of tax dollars. Read more

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Recently, a friend began vigorously complaining about our current state of the union and then confessed that she had not voted in the last presidential election because she didn’t like either candidate. Read more

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Last week’s tragic shooting at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland has shed new light on the close ties between local communities and their hometown community paper. Read more

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Five people are dead after a gunman stormed the Capital Gazette newsroom in Annapolis last week. Read more

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“Trust but verify” was a term that was coined back in 1986 in a speech given by President Ronald Reagan as he was preparing for talks with Mikhail Gorbachev. Read more

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