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    An Odor of Mendacity

    An Odor of Mendacity

    By Jack Watts | April 24, 2024

    COMMON SENSE: When Judge McAfee made his ruling, allowing D.A. Fani Willis to remain in charge of the case against…

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    Letting It Slide

    Letting It Slide

    By Rick Ferguson | November 27, 2023

    When I become involved in something I like to know the rules. Whether in a card or board game when gathered with friends or family, in performing my duties on the job, or in a business or legal transaction. Knowing the rules of the road helps me to drive my…

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    Embracing Fear: The Tale of Gideon

    Embracing Fear: The Tale of Gideon

    By Debby Davis | April 12, 2024

    Gid was afraid.  Never in his entire life had he been as fearful as he was in that moment.  He never took chances, always deferring to others, following, and never leading.  He came from the wrong part of town, and never expected to amount to much.  No one in his…

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    Honor Your Father

    Honor Your Father

    By Debra Gaskill | March 4, 2024

    Little did my dad know that within a couple of years after his college graduation a daughter would be born, and he would have a grand influence on her life. I didn’t idolize a rock star, popular actor, or world leader when I was growing up. My hero was, and…

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    An Odor of Mendacity

    An Odor of Mendacity

    By Jack Watts | April 24, 2024

    COMMON SENSE: When Judge McAfee made his ruling, allowing D.A. Fani Willis to remain in charge of the case against former-President Trump and the others, I was incensed. McAfee’s decision was such an obvious miscarriage of justice. With Willis’ conduct being blatantly unethical and inappropriate, I felt certain the Judge…

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