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Published April 22, 2003


The grassroots of government is where we all belong

The American form of government was formed so that the average citizen could be a part of the decision making in their own affairs, even if it was in a sort of proxy way. That proxy vote is called a republic, or a form of government where representat...

The legacy of town service

In the most recent Kiwanis International Magazine there is an article about service. The author, Charles Downey, writes that some parents bequeath wealth, some adults hand down heirlooms and that some families pass on the qualities of goodness, gener...

Get them back on the farmland

Senator Byron Dorgan from North Dakota wants to throw a wrench in what he calls the "relentless engine of depopulation in the heartland of our country."

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