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  • How often have you heard that our most vulnerable populations are desperately seeking access to the COVID vaccine? Almost never?
  • Do we really believe the state is one election law away from a system of legal lynchings and separate water fountains?
  • We seldom discuss the degree to which that primal emotion has driven U.S. history where race and tribe are concerned. And yet, it has always been there.
  • What policymakers in the Keystone State do — or more importantly, what they do not do — over the next five years will determine not only the fate of many of the commonwealth’s rivers and streams in the Susquehanna and Potomac River Basins, but also the fate of America’s largest estuary.
  • With a universal electronic medication record, the guesswork can be removed and many of adverse drug events prevented.
  • What is the quintessential American act? It is the leap of faith. The first European settlers left the comfort of their old countries and migrated to brutal conditions, convinced the future would be better on this continent. Immigrants all crossed oceans or wilderness to someplace they didn’t know, hoping that their children would someday breathe the atmosphere of prosperity and freedom.
  • As a conservative libertarian who worked in a couple of Republican White Houses back in the day, I find the transition of Caitlyn Jenner to be beyond courageous and, what's more, the former Olympian to be highly qualified for the job.
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