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Like tormented animals, caged too long and broken of spirit, the room full of men — seeming more animal now than man — stared, seemingly dead behind their sunken eyes, at the man in the unfamiliar military uniform.

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I had thought Trump had reached bottom with his hate and evil actions. But the past 10 days have proven me wrong. He has reached bottom and is still digging.

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The 2020 election cycle has been described as a “fight for the soul of America” so often that it is beginning to lose all meaning.

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The world of Christian theology and practice lost a giant in the passing of Dr. James Leo Garrett, as was expressed so eloquently in the extensive obituary in a recent Sunday’s Daily Sentinel.

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I read with interest the article about Dr. James Leo Garrett Jr. in a recent Sunday paper. I had heard a couple of years ago that Dr. Garrett was living in Nacogdoches, but our paths never crossed here. What I remember is the numerous times Dr. Garrett came to my office when I was a libraria…

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I write in response to Mr. Ruckel’s attack on Rey Morin’s character. I know something about the issue because I worked closely with Rey for over a decade when Rey served as a decorated prosecutor in the United States Attorney’s Office. Mr. Ruckel’s diatribe rests on three points – Rey is a D…

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What’s so special about Bernie Sanders, Buttigieg, Biden, Warren, Bloomberg or Klobuchar? Nothing! They’re not solutions to our problems, they’re the symptom.

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I read two responses to the “Inclusion” discussion in a recent Sunday paper. One was from Mr. Frailey, the ISD Superintendent and the other Robert Ault, a concerned citizen.

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The “field” of wannabees in the competition to win the Democratic nomination for President is seriously flawed. Warren lied again and again about her ethnic background and about being fired from a job because of being pregnant. Once these lies were exposed, she began to lie about her reasons…

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The Washington Post recently published an article about a former investment manager that alleges in a whistleblower complaint to the Internal Revenue Service that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has amassed about $100 billion in accounts intended for charitable purposes.

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Andrew Jones is a lifelong Republican, a veteran, and a prosecutor. He is the only one in the race who can honestly claim to be any of those things.

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