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Democracy, coffeehouses and the ‘Square Mile’

August 17, 2016 • EditorialComments (0)

The City of London is best known as an international banking center located on the Thames River in England. Its history dates back to the days of the Roman Empire. And, despite the fire bombings during World War II, the city still features many notable historic structures, like St. Paul’s Cathedral. As of 2011, the [&hellip...

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Reading, writing and unconventional development

August 16, 2016 • EditorialComments (0)

Since the start of a new school year brings new adventures in education, and since reading and writing are essential to a good education, and since there’s a fair number of people who have trouble with reading and writing, I offer up a case study —...

Stand with your beliefs, seek to understand

August 13, 2016 • EditorialComments (0)

We live in difficult times. On one side of the street is a highly emotional mob of people with slogan-filled signs. They deeply believe in their cause. Collectively, they chant in unison. They are still contained but are real close to exploding out of...

Back to school in Roswell

August 13, 2016 • EditorialComments (0)

It’s a busy time of year for families, when the kids go back for another year of school. From grades K-12, and for a lot of college students, too, it’s scary and exciting. For the parents, as well. Here in Roswell, the city lit up last week with...

Relook at Hitler’s ‘Christianity’ and racial anti-semitism

August 12, 2016 • EditorialComments (0)

Adolf Hitler murderously persecuted Jews. Under Hitler’s tyrannical regime, there was no pardon upon conversion to Christianity for the Jew. Why? Hitler cared nothing for religion. His anti-semitism was racial, not religious. In other words, his persecution...

Snippets; Afterthoughts on the passing scene

August 12, 2016 • EditorialComments (0)

State, and regional, shortfalls It feels nice at the gas pump, this prolonged drop in crude oil prices, but for the state of Mexico it’s becoming a real problem. The long-term slump in oil-and-gas prices has led to Gov. Susana Martinez directing most of the...

Earnings often tied to level of education

August 12, 2016 • EditorialComments (0)

It’s that time of year again and school is upon us. Many of our children and adults are heading off to classes in the next few weeks to begin, continue, or add to the education they must possess to be part of the society we live in today. I read the other...

Pokémon GO, or what’s wrong with a little escapism?

August 11, 2016 • EditorialComments (0)

I want to be the very best that no one ever was … Ah, nostalgia. ‘Tis an incense greater than myrrh, frankincense or Chanel. Olfactory reminiscing aside, Pokémon GO has quickly become a summer monsoon of popularity. From the Ash Ketchums to the Professor...

A simple wedding equals a lasting marriage

August 10, 2016 • EditorialComments (0)

Weddings, weddings, weddings! Gah! They are so stressful and frustrating. Anyone who has planned a wedding, been in a wedding, or has had their own wedding, understands completely what I’m talking about. Everything is expensive, everything is complicated....

Gary Johnson’s presidential bid gaining momentum

August 9, 2016 • EditorialComments (0)

Gary Johnson’s 15 minutes of fame has finally arrived. The former New Mexico governor and current Libertarian Party candidate for president is getting some attention by the national media as an alternative to Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Polls are...