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There's a scammer out, in the neighborhood! Who you gonna call? Fraud busters! Too bad it isn't that simple.Fraud and scams are on the rise and most people too often are overwhelmed by the complexity and sophistication of what seem like endless … more
Wanda Salter is a school-based speech language pathologist who has chosen to share her skills with a remote part of the world. After a February 2016 trip to Kenya with the Brattleboro Interfaith Group, she was inspired to do more for a third world … more
I have been reading recently of the turmoil and the New England Center for Circus Arts. I have attended an number of NECCA events, and believe it is a wonderful community organization that must be sustained. I have a fair amount of experience with … more
If I had a bottomless pit of money, I would sue the insurance companies for practicing medicine without a license. Then I would sue every Republican for doing the same exact thing.Honestly, what does a group of privileged people who are insured to … more
One child with one parent, already at the Kiwani's Shelter at the park? Other parent scurrying to get there quickly? Check. Other two children off to their own lacrosse end-of-season celebration? Check. The high school graduation week focus has been … more
The presence of modern-day slavery tends to shock most people — it violates every human right and challenges the very core of civilized society. Trafficking extends the slave market worldwide, transporting people elsewhere to do forced work, … more
Despite the Trump team's insistence that they did not collude with Russia during the election, the steady drip of evidence indicates otherwise. It came to light this week that Donald Trump Jr. met with a Russian government lawyer last June because … more
At first glance, a new report from Pew Research looks devastating for President Donald Trump's favorite punching bag, the nation's news media. One might think that the message Trump has been hammering home is really getting through. After all, Pew's … more
Hazel was born on July 7, 2017. She is the granddaughter of long-time friends and Hazel and I will be sharing a birthday for a few years. Our births are separated by 68 years, a turn of the century, a turn of the millennium and the better part of a … more
Here's the fact — if our government wants something to be sustainable, it needs input from both sides of the aisle.Now, as uncomfortable as that may be to hear, it's true. The only way to pass legislation is to make sure that both sides agree. … more
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