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I stopped in a small-town café on my way to a meeting not long ago and I couldn’t help but overhear the table of four next to me. You could tell they were old friends gathering to cuss and discuss the town news and gossip.

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Editor’s note: This letter to the editor was accepted as a guest column despite falling in length somewhere between usual column entries and letters to the editor. The writer is a constituent of Texas U.S. House District 1 but works in France. A copy of this letter was sent to Rep. Louie Goh…

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Sunday marks the 217th anniversary of America’s most famous gunfight, but dueling continued for decades after Vice President Aaron Burr killed former Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton in Weehawken, New Jersey.

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If we showed the men who gave their lives to protect our community the respect they are due, no venue in Nacogdoches County contain the crowd of supporters.

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Many corporations have come out against the Georgia voter law. If they had read the bill, they would know that the bill allows for common-sense voter ID verification, increases the number of days ballot boxes are open, and allows ballot workers to give water etc. to voters.

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Recent presidential executive orders have changed policies that have created a current border crisis at our southern border. We are currently experiencing between 4,500 and 6,000 illegal entries a day. Jeh Johnson, former President Barack Obama’s Department of Homeland Security secretary, pr…

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CAMPBELL’S SWAMP, Mississippi — We buried Gordon Cotton in a Confederate battle flag-draped coffin Tuesday afternoon in the shadow of Jordan’s Chapel Methodist Episcopal Church, South next to his best friend and two unknown rebel soldiers.

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