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From the Pulpit: The Cure

From the Pulpit: The Cure

Recently I had surgery to remove a tumor.  The interesting thing is that prior to my diagnosis I felt great and had no symptoms.  Only after having a routine x-ray…

Tale of Two Cities

Tale of Two Cities

 By MONA CHAREN It isn’t often that you get reading suggestions from a United States senator, but that’s what happened this past weekend for those who attended the National Review…

Children and Disaster: Is my child OK?

Children and Disaster:  Is my child OK?

Paul H. VanValin, PhD Hurricane Sandy is called a “super storm” because of the devastating effect it had on so many people.  Sandy’s impact is still being felt by many…

Constitutional Corner

Constitutional Corner

By BARBARA CARRAWAY It was a sunny Sunday afternoon in late May 1989, sitting at the dining room table of my neighbors, Ben and Marilyn Hurr, discussing the other two…

REPORT FROM CITY HALL

REPORT FROM CITY HALL

By DR. ELLA P. WARD I am Dr. Ella P. Ward, and I have served as a member of your Chesapeake City Council for the past seven years. Prior to…

The Cornland School Project

The Cornland School Project

A Restoration Project Worth Supporting By BARBARA RUSSEL If the mention of a one-room school house conjures up visions of “Little House on the Prairie” you may be surprised to…

Fewer Dollars and Babies Threaten Social Programs

Fewer Dollars and Babies Threaten Social Programs

By MICHAEL BARONE Our major public policies are based on the assumption that America will continue to enjoy growth. Economic growth and population growth. Through most of our history, this…

The Commodore Theater: A Hampton Roads Treasure

The Commodore Theater:  A Hampton Roads Treasure

By KENNETH JOHNSON While Americans like to boast of being rugged individualists, we still at heart possess a herd mentality. We may like our “me time,” but consider that one…

CITIZEN TALK: Zero Tolerance for Crime

I have been pretty quiet with my opinions about the assault currently underway on our 2nd Amendment right to bear arms. But while listening to the Senate hearings on gun…

CITIZEN TALK: The Necessity of Accounting…and Accountability

In my Financial Accounting class this semester, I learned that every single publicly traded company has to publish a full annual report on its assets, liabilities, revenues, expenses, and cash…

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