The current conflict within the Republican Party is being described by some as a “civil war” for the party’s soul.
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For the first time in about 15 years, the Scott City Council is serious about hiring a city administrator.
If you translate the Western term “rights” into many Asian languages, it comes out meaning “responsibilities.” This becomes obvious when we contrast our different responses to the pandemic.
Now that Republicans have lost control of the U.S. Senate, no longer occupy the White House, have lost some 60 court challenges to the election and have removed the last confederate flag from the Capitol, they’re saying that all they really want is for everyone to get along.
While the federal government tries to get ramped up with both the supply and distribution of the coronavirus vaccines, an equally troubling problem is how many people will resist taking the vaccine.