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Bold-faced lies? Bald-faced lies? Bare-faced lies? When did it become OK to lie? And when did lies become the truth and truth become so obfuscated that differentiation between truth and lies blurred so significantly we simply chose the lie we liked the best or felt most comfortable embracing…

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If you’re reading this 100 years from now and you want to know whether the Siege of the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, was as bad as the history books say, you should know this: it was.

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Like so many of you, I remember what I was doing when I first heard that insurgents had stormed our nation’s Capitol.

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Hunter Biden says his tax affairs are under investigation. The president-elect’s son says he is “confident” the probe by the U.S. attorney’s office in Delaware will find no wrongdoing.

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Because of the coronavirus and its restrictions, spending time outdoors has taken on new importance. In this spirit, here are some suggestions for history-minded walkers. Spending an hour (or so) rummaging through the past this way can be both edifying and relaxing. (Note: not a guarantee.)

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Typically, ending a year can be either a sad or a happy experience for us. However, I have never felt the way I do about ending this year. Keep in mind, I’ve had plenty of years where I’ve had to say goodbye to friends and loved ones who moved away, or worse, had passed away, to jobs that I …

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Do You Know at LibrarySpot.com, more than 160 countries celebrate Christmas? A few countries refer to the holiday as Family Day, including Angola and Uruguay. Some countries – like Jordan and Pakistan – designate Dec. 25 as an official holiday only for Christians.

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I’ve recently identified a flaw in my plan to be a stay-at-home, empty-nester grandad. My little, tiny, COVID-downsized desk sits in front of a window that is not close to a heating duct, and when the wind and snow blows, it gets cold there. Consequently, if I plan to spend the winter tucked…

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We all recognize that believing in God is easy when things are going OK in our lives and that commitment that requires no sacrifice may not actually be commitment but tolerance instead. How many of us have said that we would do whatever God asks us to do and follow but close off our spiritua…

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There is a common refrain expressed when something bad happens to us along the lines of, “Well, it could be worse.” Not that what has happened isn’t bad, but it could have been even worse than the existing bad. Such as: You lost a finger but at least you didn’t lose your hand. You lost your …

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While this article does not endorse or disapprove of Halloween and the associated imagery it projects, there are truly frightening words that emanate from Scripture that aren’t just seasonal, but eternal. Let the reader know, you have been warned. All NIV.

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The names and locations have been changed to protect the guilty, but if you’re thinking about “taking out” grandma or granddad just so you can get their 2002 Chevy Malibu, their new Weber Grill, or their house, the following is a roadmap for your success.

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After the first presidential debate mercifully ended, Fox News analyst and moderator Chris Wallace called the free-for-all “interesting.” A better word is ugly.

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All things considered normal, if you open up a water valve, water flows out of it because there is pressure behind it, and it will follow the path of least resistance, which is to go where it is released to because there is nothing holding it back, like a valve or regulator. And it will flow…

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If we could diagram our lives, beginning to end on a bell-shaped curve before we started the journey, it might allow us to approach things differently.

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After watching the daily COVID-19 coverage on CNN, I’ve found that the best way to overcome lingering thoughts of depression, hopelessness, and Chris Cuomo is by going on a brisk walk around our neighborhood with my wife.