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Anyone looking for quotations highlighting the good to be found in times of trouble would have no difficulty finding them. I might have opened this column with one of those celebrated aphorisms, but that mechanism is too reminiscent of the only member of our school board who enjoys holding t…

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Recently, The New York Times published an article headed, “The Times Called Officials in Every State: No Evidence of Voter Fraud.” Oh, but there was! Little did the Times know, New Hampshire has had an allegation of voter fraud. Said fraud was allegedly perpetrated by me.

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Can photography be considered fine art? That depends on what one thinks art is, and I suspect there are differing opinions. Few would disagree that Michaelangelo and Da Vinci were artists, but what about Ansel Adams?

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No disease, including some that were far more deadly, ever moved state and local governments to impose such prolonged and severe restrictions on movement and association as the plague of 2020. No other generation would have borne it, either, but the American people have shed their historic f…

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There's been quite a hullaballoo from high-level Republicans about widespread mail-in voting fraud, and I'm inclined to agree with their assertions. What rational, intelligent person wouldn't have voted for Donald Trump, this man of magnificent brilliance? Trump has long been alarmed by larg…

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Last Saturday, the day Joe Biden was declared winner of the 2020 presidential election, Foo Fighters were the musical guest on "Saturday Night Live." They debuted a new song, as well as performing one of their standards, "Times Like These."

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The Associated Press “called” the 2020 presidential election at 11:30 a.m. Saturday for Joe Biden. Other media followed. Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, the rest of the Democrat Party and allied media behaved as if it were official. President Donald Trump had not conceded. He had instead filed sui…

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The election is over; the voters have spoken. Now it is time for us to lay aside our differences and get to work. Campaigns are necessary but are distractions from working together.

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Anticipating a week or more of uncertainty about the results of the presidential election, I had prepared another column for today. However, a Sunday morning interruption in my news fast revealed a definitive outcome — barring recount surprises that seem improbable. Such a moment seems to ca…

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This summer marked the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II. Barely 300,000 of those who served in the armed forces of the United States during that conflict remained alive at the end of October, representing less than 2 percent of the 16 million who donned uniforms between 1941 and 1945.

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The year’s national election was not just between a Republican populist and his Democratic moderate challenger. It was a referendum on our Constitution, which has survived with its 27 amendments for over 230 years.