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If there were more acts of bipartisanship and compassion like this, the nation would be a better place.Thank you, Gov. Chris Sununu, for joining Sen. Jeanne Shaheen in making the case against … more
So, let's see if we got this right. In the way back, when America was great, "a lot of things were sacred in our country. Women were sacred, looked upon with great honor." But, according to White … more
We applaud a recent ruling by the Vermont Supreme Court ordering former Attorney General Bill Sorrell to turn over private emails that may contain conversations related to any of his duties as the … more
In its determination to do whatever it takes to "save coal," the Trump administration has never let public health or the climate stand in the way. Now it wants to go one better. Its latest sacrifice … more
Attorney General Jeff Sessions decried the state of the immigration courts in remarks Oct. 12 before the Justice Department's Executive Office for Immigration Review, lamenting "rampant abuse and … more
If a person is to be judged by his enemies, George Soros can feel proud. Autocrats across Eastern Europe, including his native Hungary, as well as those from China to Egypt and many in between, have … more
The country's objective of building up its military strength and becoming dominant in the world as a "great power" has been established. But isn't it nothing but hegemonism to assert that the country … more
President Donald Trump has announced some new strategies to destabilize the individual health-insurance market, but his misguided objective is the same as ever: to undermine the Affordable Care Act … more
After a few dozen racists led by Richard Spencer, the white nationalist, returned to Charlottesville, Virginia, for 15 minutes of torch-lit marching and chanting last weekend - a short-order reprise, … more
Editor of the Reformer:I'd like to take the opportunity to address a few of the issues brought up in in a recent inquiry to Town Manager Peter Elwell about a letter to the Reformer this past weekend … more
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