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I would like to thank all of the staff at Kirkwood Manor and Director William Pomeroy.

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Now our Republican lawmakers are pushing to publicly identify the whistleblower who revealed wrongdoing by the President.  Trump was overheard soliciting help from a foreign government for his own 2020 election.  Further revealed was the bribery used by Trump to obtain this help.

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Is Trump’s wall really impenetrable? Apparently an 8-year-old girl successfully climbed the wall’s prototype. And recently it was documented that an existing wall could be penetrated with a saw. So that means we can expect that the wall will hold back persons under the age of 8 unless they h…

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Of today’s 327 million Americans, 18 million of us are veterans. We are the men and women, who years ago, in the prime of our young American life, put on a uniform and served on active duty in the armed forces of the United States, the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, or the Coast Guard. 

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We should be pleased and impressed with the life saving result for the NBU workers hanging Christmas lights. Both the required use of the safety harness and teather and the practice of actually doing it every time by the workers are vital to safety and a “zero accidents” policy, which avoids…

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Should we cut off a possible funding source for educating tomorrow’s workers and innovators in Texas? Texans are struggling now with rising property taxes, a major source of our public education funding. 

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I have been following the ill-conceived suit filed by Mr. Meyer against the New Braunfels Buddhist Temple with the hope that wisdom and justice would prevail. Fortunately, the jury was intelligent enough to recognize that there is a fairness component to law and found in favor of the Buddhists. 

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When Wendy Davis (D) announced her candidacy to oust first-term Congressman Chip Roy (R) of the 21st Congressional District, media gushed about the potential flow of money into her campaign coffers. After all, with the national name recognition she garnered during her depressing 2014 failure…

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President Trump would not recognize a lynch mob if a posse of his white-hooded constituents arrived at Mar a Lago wielding guns and a sturdy rope.

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At this moment, when Hays County is pursuing preserving a portion of the former Boy Scout Ranch, El Rancho Cima, on the iconic Devils Backbone, I hope that Comal County officials will see that now is the time to act. It is urgent that we preserve open spaces in the county for a wide variety …

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American families want to know where the bribe money is and is there anything GOOD coming out of this hurtful greed, perpetuated against bright students whose lives have been permanently handicapped, dreams destroyed and faith in “the system” disillusioned? 

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The Garden Ridge Lions would like to thank everyone who came out in support of our annual Fish Fry, BBQ & Auction fundraiser Oct. 5.   

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Mike Fitsko’s recent entertaining column on his lack of patience (“Impatience always my biggest weakness”) reminded me of a bit of doggerel I heard years ago that has stayed with me, perhaps because of the truth it contains:

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 New Braunfels being stable on the water issue. On the issue the city has been proactive for a long time.