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Voice of the people: Lee Roy Lollar



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Voice of the people: Candi Vezina



Voice of the people: Bill Gillmore



Voice of the people: James Hodges


Veronique de Rugy: Giving thanks and maintaining perspective, even in a pandemic

Posted earlier today in National Columns

Every Thanksgiving, we make a conscious effort to give thanks. This year, even in the midst of a pandemic, I'd encourage you to be genuinely grateful for everything you may take for granted. There is still so very much.

Slimantics: Don't let Hallmark ruin your Christmas

Posted 11/25/2020 in Local Columns

The subject for today is the Christmas movie or, more specifically, the Hallmark Channel Christmas movie.


Our View: The fire of gratitude on Thanksgiving Day

Posted 11/25/2020 in Dispatch Editorials


Andrew Colom: The small town, big city divide

Posted 11/25/2020 in Local Columns

This is my second letter from Detroit to my hometown. In the first, I emphasized the importance of local media and to follow through on that suggestion I am seeking to write more to my local paper, The Commercial Dispatch.


Other Editors: The California Governor's hypocritical dinner party

Posted 11/25/2020 in National Columns



Patrick J. Buchanan: What Trump will leave in Biden's inbox

Posted 11/25/2020 in National Columns

Dismissing President Donald Trump's claim that the 2020 election remains undecided, Joe Biden has begun to name his national security team.


Possumhaw: Let's talk turkey

Posted 11/24/2020 in Local Columns

This Thanksgiving will probably be different for most of us as some people will be able to gather with family and some will not.

Namaste: Aspects of human emotion

Posted 11/24/2020 in Local Columns

Am I too emotional, or am I emotionless?


Voice of the people: Paul J. Ackerman



Voice of the people: Paul Mack



Leonard Pitts Jr.: Greed is only greed

Posted 11/23/2020 in National Columns

Greed is good. That, you may recall, was the mantra of corporate raider Gordon Gekko in the 1987 film, "Wall Street." It came to symbolize the rapacious gluttony of that era ญญ-- and its rejection of the dewy-eyed idealism of the 1960s.



Wyatt Emmerich: Thankful for vaccine

Posted 11/23/2020 in National Columns

Just in time for Thanksgiving, several highly effective COVID vaccines have been announced. They will be here within months and this horrible plague will soon be over. Now that's something to be thankful for!



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