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While the Biden administration claims that their open border agenda is a “compassionate” and “humane” alternative to enforcing the immigration laws currently on the books, what we witnessed last week was anything but that.

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In spite of the hectic end to the year, we had a productive 2022, successfully repealing the military COVID vaccine mandate, helping sexual assault survivors seek justice, improving supply chains by establishing a national database with information about the interconnectivity of manufacturer…

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Bipartisanship has been hard to come by over the last two years, but one thing my Democratic colleagues and I share is a deep concern about Big Tech’s growing influence. These companies play an outsized role in our economy, in our schools and in our own daily lives, and lately, it has become clear the industry is both incapable of and unwilling to check its worst impulses.

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I felt his presence and could imagine him looking over my shoulder as the words repeated over and over in my mind. “Make sure there are even amounts of paper on both sides of the box and the ends. Fold the paper. Crease the edges. Keep it tight. Tape the fold twice. Fold ends......”

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Our recent midterm elections have been completed, and though participation was not what I would have wanted, the will of the majority spoke to select the winning candidates. That sounds like America, until you look deeper.

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Recently I noticed a beautiful piece of artwork at First United Methodist in Springfield. Using two sheets of white butcher paper, the upright and crossbar of a cross were formed. Dozens of children had dipped their hands in paint and placed their prints on the paper cross.

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Nearly every time I turn on the news or read the paper, I see story after story of Americans falling victim to drugs laced with fentanyl. It’s impossible to miss the devastating impact of Joe Biden’s open Southern border. Though miles away, communities in cities and suburbs across America are now on the front line of the war on drugs. With Halloween just around the corner, parents are worried about protecting their children from this drug epidemic.

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All things are determined by our attitudes and our actions.” _ said by some sweet lady at Clarksville First Church of the Nazarene in the 1980s.