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Too much money is the real cause of income inequality

At a dinner party I attended recently, I struck up

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Minimum wage laws and the law of unintended consequences

Recently, I attended the candidate forum hosted by the League

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The Boston Tea Party? Planned in a coffee house

A coffee problem? Only when I can’t get a cup .

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‘Doesn’t it make sense that a farm would need a farmer?’

Editor’s note: The author of the acclaimed 2013 book “Gaining

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Steamed or creamed, asparagus deserves a spot on your spring table

KEARNEYSVILLE – Asparagus is a vegetable left off many dinner

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Voter IDs suppress election fraud — not the vote

In my previous column I referred to an organization called

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Old things and new on the year’s first trip to North River Mills

Like the recent installment about my drive to Middleburg, I’m

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Apparently, we have two very hip commodes in our house. One

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Why do I Relay?

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Why do I Relay?

Why do I relay? Because cancer never sleeps, relays are

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What to do with our ‘too big to’ be accountable government

I was involved in a discussion with a friend the

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