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Thought: Refusing God is the greatest mistake one can ever make in life.

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King’s Garage, as it was called then, at the corner of Pitt and Richard streets in Bedford is shown in this newspaper clipping of an undated photo. The Old Photo originally ran in 2014. The garage, which later was owned by the late Bobby Foor, is undergoing a transformation. New owners plan …

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In January 2017, when Donald Trump took the oath of office, the cry for his impeachment has echoed nonstop. For Democrats, impeachment is more than any pie, cake or cobbler; it is a just dessert — a four-letter word —because they lost the White House in 2016.

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Justice is not just a result but a process, so it is no small thing to dramatically change the rules that regulate that process. Yet mounting evidence demonstrates that it is necessary to do so regarding old but more recently revealed evidence of child sexual abuse by Catholic priests and others.

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If only the Democrats could fight like the Washington Nationals. The new National League champs won four straight on the way to the World Series, with great pitching and clutch hitting. End of story. Or as Joe Biden would say, “Period!”

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Over the summer, President Donald Trump tweeted that his administration was working on an ethanol package that would be “Great for all!” Now that we have the Environmental Protection Agency’s draft proposal, we can see he was half right. It’s great, all right — for the politically connected.…

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Thought: God doesn’t call us to be just “good people” but He calls us to think, talk and act in His likeness.

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Higher education prides itself on two overarching values: supporting the marketplace of ideas and academic freedom. But there has been an increasing and unremitting effort to eliminate conservatives and conservative thought in the humanities and social sciences in the American academy.

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It’s real that opponents of Donald Trump have been referencing impeachment since even before the president took office.

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In the wake of the #MeToo movement, “he said, she said,” is quickly becoming, “she said, he cringed and remained silent.” Another variation is, “she said, he apologized profusely and then resigned.”

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We owe much to our farm families, particularly for dedicating their lives to ensuring we have access to safe, secure, affordable and nutritious food, while at the same time protecting the environment and our precious natural resources.

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The 2008 housing crash wiped out the savings of millions of people and sent America’s homeownership rate crashing to its lowest level in 50 years. But a few tycoons made out like bandits — and some of them are now guiding economic policy in the Trump administration.

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Defying the NCAA, California has become the first state to legalize cash payments to college athletes for endorsement deals, starting in 2023. The move — which prohibits California universities from barring such deals — has kick-started a national conversation and a flurry of similar legisla…

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OK, look we started off with one whistleblower in the Donald Trump impeachment inquisition, excuse me, inquiry, but he or she is in hiding and keeping quiet about his or her reported association with one of the Democratic candidates for president. There is another problem, and that is that t…

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FORT WORTH, Texas — It is with some combination of dread and resignation each morning that I open up my internet browser and confront the headlines of the day.

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Twenty years ago, when I left my previous job to teach, I gave up roughly two-thirds of my salary. Why? Because I wanted to pursue my passion: teaching history to young people.

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On Sept. 6, 2018, Amber Guyger walked into the home of Botham Jean and murdered him.

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Thought: If you are a child of God, your life story will end happily ever after.

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Thought: If you are a child of God, your life story will end happily ever after.

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Are you more familiar with the little trees hanging from your rearview mirror than the trees in your own yard?

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This photo shows Cottles Corner in Hopewell Township, probably in the late 1930s, possibly 1940. The photo is taken looking northward. The CoGo’s convenience store standing today is located on the left and the ice cream stand is where the large white building is pictured. Looking straight on…

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HARRISBURG — The clash of religion and politics in Pennsylvania has legislative leaders of both parties in a quandary with no easy resolution.

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The attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil fields by Iran not only spooked the Saudi’s and temporarily spiked oil prices, but its ramifications will extend well into the future. How so? The drones and missiles used in the attack escaped radar detection because they were flying so low to the ground. Le…

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Back in the 1930s, Z-grade exploitation films like “Reefer Madness” and “Marihuana: Weed With Roots in Hell” tried to rattle audiences with notions that marijuana was a drug so potent and so terrifyingly addictive that just a couple of puffs could propel wholesome, well-scrubbed innocents to…

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The American calendar is filled with days, weeks and months set aside to draw attention to a wide variety of worthy causes and issues. Often there are several such observances going on at once. A great many of these are worthy of respect and deserve note, but the sheer number of them can mak…

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Garage sales are a little ridiculous if you think about it. As a society we spend untold millions trying to protect the sanctity of our homes from intrusion, and then we hold garage sales, where the entire point is to lure nosy strangers onto our property to rummage through our personal belongings.

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A rough flu season just wrapping up in Australia could mean a worse one in the United States, where flu season is just starting, The New York Times reports.

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Thought: Change will come to our Nation if we humble ourselves, pray, seek the face of God and turn from our evil ways.

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Imagine you see someone standing on the sidewalk as a car passes by, going through a mud puddle that splashes all over him. The next day you read about the event in a newspaper. The headline says, “Auto Driver Tries to Drown Pedestrian,” and you realize you are reading The New York Times, th…

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Thought: There’s nothing too big for God to handle.

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During the last Supreme Court term, which followed the bruising confirmation fight over Brett M. Kavanaugh, the justices seemed to intentionally shy away from taking up the most controversial legal questions. That certainly isn’t the case for the court’s coming term, which began Monday. Over…

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A new U.S. Department of Labor rule reasonably raises the bar for the salary level of workers who must earn overtime pay, but it should provide for future adjustments for inflation.

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Countless reports, all based on irrefutable federal data, have been published that show immigration non-action has reached crisis level. But no matter how dire the reports’ content may be, meaningful progress that would benefit Americans and immigrants alike crawls along at a sub-glacier pace.

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Thought: Seeking Godly wisdom and understanding is greater than any material gain this world has to offer.

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As the days grow shorter and cooler — and, in the political world, angrier and more chaotic — there are a few items that should be on every Pennsylvanian’s to-do list this month.

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Forty years ago, the Iranian Revolution sent international oil markets into turmoil, doubling oil prices and catalyzing policies in the U.S. for price controls and energy rationing that prolonged the pain. The oil crisis lives on today in popular memory, stirring up images of long lines at l…

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Please help me get the importance of this infamous Trump-Zelensky phone call.

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Thought: Being in Christ is more important than being in anything else.

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When I was a mass communications major in college (alas, this was not TOO long after mass communications consisted of Columbus yelling, “Can you guys in the back of the Santa Maria hear me okay?”), one of my film projects was a “Phantom of the Opera” takeoff.