Opinion

What’s Missing From Diversity, Inclusion Initiatives

Expert Says This is What’s Missing From Diversity, Inclusion Initiatives   Shrewsbury, PA, November 22, 2022 — Race, gender and sexual orientation get talked about a lot during discussions that center on diversity, but it’s not enough, says inclusion consultant Christopher “CJ” Gross. Social class — and related biases — must be part of the

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Advent

By: Dr. Don Kuehle       The Calendar Year has 4 Seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter. The Church Calendar has a different set of Seasons: Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Easter, Pentecost, and Kingdomtide. Each Season of the Church Year celebrates a different aspect of Christ’s life.       Advent marks the beginning

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Christmas is in your heart

Dr. Glenn Mollette   Christmas once started for me when the JC Penny and Sears catalogs came in the mail. They came early in the Fall and I wore them out looking at the toy section. By December the catalogs where in shambles.   My mother used to order clothes and other stuff from those

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Have Thanksgiving every day

By: Dr. Glenn Mollette ( Letter to the Editor )   Thanksgiving always comes and goes too fast. We often think, “We need more time to focus on the Thanksgiving holiday.” For many, it seems that Thanksgiving gets sandwiched between Halloween and Christmas. By late September, many of the stores and television commercials are focusing

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Social Security Matters

Ask Rusty – When Is My Wife Eligible for Full Survivor Benefits? ( Letter to the Editor ) Dear Rusty: I heard my spouse will get 100% of my Social Security when I pass if she is at her full retirement age (FRA), which is 66 years and 8 months. But I also heard that

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Oil Production in the U.S.

By: Frank Burkett   All of us heard, or maybe barely heard Joe Biden when he whispered, “no more drilling”. Several months ago, or perhaps longer, Joe Biden decided the U.S. coal industry is obsolete, and not needed anymore. Many coal miners and other’s connected to the coal industry will be jobless. The manufacturing of

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Another election discrepancy, Go Figure

By: Frank Burkett   Just in the last few weeks another election discrepancy has been floated. It has been stated in more than one instance, if the FBI hadn’t suppressed Hunter Biden’s laptop scandal, there would be a 4.6% swing in the votes between Joe Biden and Donald Trump. More than enough to change the

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Election Day November 8

By: Frank Burkett   Election day November 8, 2022. Ah yes the good old days, and you know that wasn’t so long ago, when you knew who the winners were, usually by the next day. The election isn’t over yet, and I am wondering when it will be. If the GOP take the House and

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Social Security Matters

Ask Rusty – How Do I Get My Social Security As Soon As Possible? Letter to the Editor Dear Rusty: I am a few weeks away from my 61st birthday in November 2022. I was wondering how far in advance of my 62nd birthday next year should I file my Social Security benefits paperwork in

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