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A wishy-washy Town Commission

A wishy-washy Town Commission

The commissioners need to buckle down and pay closer attention to the consequences of their inefficiency.

February 27, 2016 | Posted in Opinion, Richard Hershatter | Read More »

Through the looking-glass (part two)

Through the looking-glass (part two)

The five top vote getters and Carson will move on to South Carolina, which has a reputation for a difficult electorate.

February 15, 2016 | Posted in Opinion, Richard Hershatter | Read More »

Through the looking glass

Through the looking glass

As entertaining as the early stages of the crowded Republican campaign were, it is time now to get serious and have done with comic challenges to Constitutional requirements such as American ‘natural birth’.

February 8, 2016 | Posted in Opinion, Richard Hershatter | Read More »

Why give thanks?

Why give thanks?

We ought to be grateful for the peace and beauty that surround us for the moment.

December 3, 2015 | Posted in Opinion, Richard Hershatter | Read More »

Let there be light

Let there be light

Residents are well advised, however, not to hold their breath waiting for the result.

December 3, 2015 | Posted in Opinion, Richard Hershatter | Read More »

Davy Dolittle Day

Davy Dolittle Day

Technically, Davy was never a veteran in the Webster’s Dictionary definition, because he didn’t live long enough to become one. On Veterans Day, we nevertheless remember Davy Dolittle and the tens of thousands of young Americans who never lived to realize their full potential.

November 11, 2015 | Posted in Opinion, Richard Hershatter | Read More »

The Trump phenomenon – revisited

The Trump phenomenon – revisited

Come to think of it, in a world with leaders such as Vladimir Putin, Kim Jong-un and Raul Castro, why not a brash billionaire who shoots his mouth off first and makes no apologies for anything that comes out of it?

September 5, 2015 | Posted in Opinion, Richard Hershatter | Read More »

Send in the clowns

Send in the clowns

Trump is not likely to survive those procedures, but whether or not he chooses to run as an independent, the damage has already been done.

August 25, 2015 | Posted in Opinion, Richard Hershatter | Read More »

Fractured forensics

Fractured forensics

Of the people wrongly convicted on the basis of hair samples, 32 were sentenced to death.

June 9, 2015 | Posted in Opinion, Richard Hershatter | Read More »

To bury, or not to bury

To bury, or not to bury

If this is a classic case of “gilding the lily,” is the expense worth the effort?

March 3, 2015 | Posted in Opinion, Richard Hershatter | Read More »