Recently, the nation's leading infectious disease expert and Bummercloud in Chief, Dr. Anthony Fauci, expressed concerns over families gathering together for a traditional Thanksgiving celebra…

I'm a conservative, and I guess I should be writing a column about my great distress resulting from this election. But I'm not going to write that column, because it's not what I feel.

Well, the 2020 elections are over and the American people have spoken – even if not as loudly and clearly as some people would have liked; there was no landslide. As of this writing, the Democ…

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Finally, the 2020 election is over (more or less). Election controversy still rages, but there is little doubt our next president will be Joe Biden. This election was one like none other in ou…

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My decision to vote for Donald Trump should come as no surprise to regular readers of these columns. Although I try to stay in the moderate lane, I find myself landing on the conservative side…

For 70 years the people of Aiken and Barnwell counties have served our country through work at Savannah River Site on some of the most important national security missions. Through SRS, our co…

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Democrats insist that our nation’s handling to COVID-19 has been a dismal failure, the worst in the world. They vie with one another to find the perfect adjective – botched, bungled, inept, ev…

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Like two banks of a river, there are two sides to every story. Delving into the facts and opinions surrounding the Savannah River and the rock weir project is like jumping headfirst into turbu…

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It seems obvious that the U.S. needs new leadership. We have a golden opportunity for that when we vote on Nov. 3; waiting until 2024 may be too late. Joe Biden, former U.S. senator and former…

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It’s tempting to look at the 2020 presidential election as a popularity contest, a choice between the nice guy and the mean guy. Democrats prefer to paint it that way. Donald Trump is an abras…

Decades ago, when many Americans began to question our presence in Vietnam, the Department of Defense constructed an explanation of what we were trying to do there. Our mission, they explained…

Recently, I spent some time in Milton, Delaware, a small town next to Lewes, Delaware, which is another small town. Lewes prides itself on being “The First Town in the First State.” Delaware w…

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Each year at this time, horrifying images of the 9/11 terrorist attack in 2001 come rushing back – planes crashing into the twin towers, the raging infernos and thundering collapses that trapp…

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Do facts matter? What about values? Opinions? Justice? Elections? Do they matter? What about truth? As Roman Procurator Pontius Pilate asked Jesus Christ: What is truth? Can we know the truth?…

I have returned with some regularity over the years to compare what is going on in our country today to what was going on in the 1850s, the years preceding the Civil War.

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I’ve been watching political conventions on TV for a long time. My first was 1952 – Eisenhower vs. Stevenson – and I remember it well. I was 8 years old.

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