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Church: Follow Jesus’ example and learn to love your enemy

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 22nd, 2017
As part of our Lenten practice this year, a group of us are reading "The Root of War is Fear: Thomas Merton's Advice to Peacemakers" by Jim Forest. We meet at St. David's once a week to discuss what we have read, and how it might apply to us today.
Thomas Merton was born in January 1915, in France, only

My Turn: A few thoughts on recent council decisions

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 22nd, 2017
Last week, the Page City Council voted on two issues that had little controversy and seem to be widely supported. But both made me stop and think.
The first was a decision to amend the city's weapon's ordinance. And for the record, the council had little choice but to play along.
Turns out the Arizona Legislature passed a law allowing

Column: The fight for America has only just begun

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 22nd, 2017
For conservatives, the election of Donald Trump, while not ideal, represents the first chance in a long time to take the country back from the infestation of liberal ideology, and especially one world government globalism.
If the first two months of the Trump administration has taught us anything, it is that until liberalism is completely eradicated, it matters little who

My Turn: Good riddance to Daylight Saving Time

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 15th, 2017
Over the weekend I got great joy reading comments from my friends on Facebook and Twitter complaining about Daylight Saving Time.
After I moved from Arizona, I was one of those complaining. I have never understood the value of arbitrarily changing the time to "extend" daylight hours.
I have heard a lot of reasons why it was originally done, but

Column: Exercise your rights with public records

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 15th, 2017
Happy Sunshine Week! (March 12-18) This week newspapers across the country will publish stories about the importance of public records and measure how well their local governments allow access to information.
Public records are very serious business for newspapers because they form the backbone of most newspaper stories. Newspapers are the loudest ones screaming when legislators have the gall to

Church: March is the perfect time for spiritual spring cleaning

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 15th, 2017
March seems to be the month that things begin to happen each year. There is spring training, March Madness, Spring Break, the first day of spring, as well as spring cleaning and Daylight Saving Time (except for us in Arizona). Trees bud and blossom, grass starts turning green, and even flowers show signs of blooming soon. It is like life


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