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Enter the Net: Telecommuting ban short-sighted at best

March 6, 2013

By David Hughes

One of the boons which have come from the spreading growth of broadband Internet for the public has been the increase and popularity of telecommuting. This is especially true in areas where hour-long commutes to and from work are considered as “short.”
This is especially true here in the Washington, DC area with its thousands of companies spread out of hundreds of square miles. Because of housing prices the closer you live to the District of Columbia, the higher housing cost escalates.

Bringing millions back to the Bible

March 6, 2013

By Steve Boggs, publisher of The Saline Courier

Did you watch the The Bible on the History Channel last Sunday night? If you did, you’re not alone. The premier episodes of the 10-part series draw large ratings for the cable outlet, and they will only get bigger as the series progresses.

Conservative Corner: A rotten Common Core

March 6, 2013

By Nancy Carlton

One of the most important aspects of child-rearing in any nation is the education of the children. Other than food, clothing, and shelter, there are few things as important to a child’s well-being as what goes into the mind of the child. Love and proper information are absolutely vital to every human being.
There are good reasons why parents are the primary responsible parties charged with educating a child. In the natural order of things, it is the parents whose duty it is to provide their children with all the necessities.

 

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