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  • Opinion > Points of View
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    Within our nation, our state, and even in our small community, there are many who do not have the basic necessities of life that most of us enjoy. Some are laid-off from their jobs, causing them to fall behind on their bills. The choice is between heat and food. Others have car repairs they cannot a...
  • Opinion > School / College
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    The public schooling system is supposed to be, in the eyes of many contemporaries, an institution in which intelligent individuals can hone an array of skills. This noble pursuit is being trampled on organizations who do not have the best interests of the students in mind. This organizations, someti...
  • Opinion > Current Events / Politics
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    When you attempt to discern the causes of the many conflicts in the world, do not turn on the television. Don’t pick up a major newspaper, or look to a national radio station to provide the answers. None of those choices will be of use to someone looking for cold, hard truth. Each of the above thr...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    “The bar was noisy, but the booming music and the boisterous men sitting around the table made me smile. Glasses, frothing at the top, were clinked around. Smiles were more abundant than the drinks, although without the latter the former wouldn’t exist tonight. I could hardly live with those guy...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    The long black hand slowly ticked. Again and again, methodically, never missing a beat. It was an older version, still keeping the steady movements that had driven many men to the brink of insanity and beyond. Never would it slowly glide like the others he had seen. At least those gave the impressio...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Jackson slumped to the ground, leaning his back against the dusty brick wall behind him. He slipped his pack off his back. The canteen he removed was only half-full; the water was anything but cold. He didn’t complain, though. The walk through the city, barely standing as it was, had taken a toll ...

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