I cannot believe that the Quincy City Council is considering approving a marijuana dispensary in Quincy. Is marijuana not against federal law? Why is Quincy participating in a revolt against the federal government?
I am not a scientist, but I have an intense curiosity about this magnificent universe we live in and the planet we live on. I have never considered the debate over evolution settled.
The kids are back in school, the leaves will soon begin to change, and footballs are flying everywhere. It's September, and autumn and all of its trappings are definitely a topic of conversation. So are the "Morons of the Month," who prove a simple change
I came from India to America in the early '70s. The country I left shared many things with America. It was a democracy, it was secular, it respected rights of individuals to freedom of religion, and mob justice was punished.
The conversation started when Kathy and I were researching an upcoming trip to watch one of the grandkids run in a cross country meet. We came across the town of Sandwich, which is in the northern part of the state and always brings a smile to my face.
Now it seems in the aftermath or our recent domestic terrorism incidents, President Donald Trump is backing off in his willingness to support increased background checks for firearm purchases.
Suicide prevention is everybody's business. National Suicide Prevention Awareness Week is Sept. 8-14. Although there is no single cause of suicide, one of the risks is social isolation.
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