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My July 17 column dealt with disinformation in the scientific literature. In this column, I will deal more broadly with the problem of health misinformation and disinformation.

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As I write, a wonderful person I've had the great privilege of calling a friend is undergoing heart surgery at Maine Med. I thought I'd distract myself by writing about any of a plethora of issues, many of which I hope will not continue to define our current political climate, but I cannot k…

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Apparently the town of Sandwich has acquired yet another new resident Democrat. In what seems to be a trend among newcomers, he has already found a prominent place in the party. Maybe it’s an effort to counterbalance the Free State movement.

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The assertion recently made by Nicole Nordlund to the Conway School Board that studies have shown masks carry serious illness and transmit it to students and a letter by Michael Knudson published July 13 about a study showing the wearing of masks by children causes dangerous levels of inhale…

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Budgets are living documents that reflect the priorities of the legislature that enacts them. And as living documents, they are snapshots in time. The picture you see today is not what it may look like in the future because budgets have two components, revenues and appropriations and both ca…

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Admittedly, I didn’t know Susan Bruce as well as many of you, but I have to believe she’d get a real kick out of the announcement this past week by the Mount Washington Valley Republican Committee that they are starting their own newspaper to expose supposed rampant voter fraud.

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Hot spots. If you've had dogs, you're no doubt familiar with those itchy, painful lesions that are the bane of my existence. While I personally am not afflicted (and were I, I daresay I'd not chew and rip at myself with talon-like toenails), I've had a few dogs with allergic tendencies and h…

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Four local Democratic legislators signed a sloppily written column that appeared in Thursday’s Sun with no evident proofreading by any of them. I’ll take a wild guess that it was the work of Rep. Anita Burroughs, whose disjointed maunderings it most resembled. 

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The July 2 letter from state Rep. Glenn Cordelli (R-Tuftonboro) stated he did not understand why the Carroll County Democratic representatives voted against the New Hampshire budget.

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I moved to Conway from Jackson in 2013, three years before New Hampshire's widespread voter fraud in the 2016 presidential election (as was declared by our then-president) and seven years before the infamous rigged election, the likes of which this country had never seen.