I am glad to see some uproar from Frederick County readers who have taken exception to the front page reporting of a Christian prayer at the Sabillasville Elementary School half-century celebration.
A Russian pilot is dead. He was killed by a Turkish pilot. Now leaders of NATO nations gather to address the problem – Russia.
Here is hoping that everyone reading this column had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday. Many of you, I am sure, spent it with family, or friends feasting on turkey, cranberries, mashed potatoes, dressing, and, yes, even gluten-free stuffing.
This is a grand and glorious day for all, at least those fortunate enough to be blessed by residing in Frederick County, MD, other communities of the Free State and, the rest of the nation.
Kuching, Malaysian Borneo – The Paris tragedy cost many lives and was the result of a family located in the northern slums of the city. I watched on BBC as hundreds of police stormed the flat and took a few members into custody, while killing two others.
There is a very good question to consider entering the Thanksgiving festivities most especially as people chomp down on turkey and gravy and all sorts of other tasty morsels. Perhaps the tune dancing in heads will be like “over the river and through the woods to grandma’s house we go.” Yes, nice for everyone.
The national news media claims to be under assault by the Republican candidates for the presidency. There’s no question that GOP candidates like Donald Trump, Ben Carson and others see benefit in forwarding a dialogue about the lack of fairness in how Republican candidates are covered versus the more favorable reporting on Democrats.