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Some time ago, this writer opposed the impeachment of President Trump. He thought that while the House could easily impeach him, the Senate would probably not remove him and even if it did, we would get Pence as president. He might be worse and would be likely to “pull a Ford” and pardon Trump of any crimes he might have committed. This writer thought impeachment might be a waste of time and resources.

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Thomas Jefferson said he would rather have newspapers without a government than a government without newspapers. To him, the freedom of the press to report truth to the citizens was an essential part of a government “of, by, and for the people”. He expected that truth from the press would pr…

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Laconia is a city on the move and our next mayor must be optimistic, proactive and a proven leader. Laconia needs a mayor who is willing to listen and work collaboratively with others. I possess these qualities and a long record of working for the citizens of Laconia.

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On Tuesday, Nov. 5, voters in Laconia will elect a new mayor. The two candidates couldn’t be more different in vision, character, policy, and ability. One candidate is a good steward of public funds and the other candidate, as outlined by prominent leaders in Laconia, is a true tax-and-spender.

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We’ve all heard the old lines “for every action there’s a reaction,” and “what goes around comes around,” and we know them to be true. Think of those and wonder what the Republican oversight responsibility will inflict on the next Democrat President. Will it be reciprocal to the actions of t…

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A few days ago, a reader sent in a letter to the editor basically calling on the President to show proof that he is innocent of the myriad charges the Democrats are leveling against him. It seems clear that many on the left believe that the “due process” clauses in the Constitution were inte…

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Precedents abound in a country whose first presidential election took place 230 years ago, that has seen 41 presidential contests between two political parties founded 187 and 165 years ago. Three of our 44 presidents have faced impeachment proceedings — Andrew Johnson, Richard Nixon and Bil…

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Even before seeing the transcript of the July 25 call between President Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Nancy Pelosi threw the door wide open to the impeachment of Donald Trump by the Democratic House.

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During his inaugural address in 1981, President Reagan said, “In this present crisis, government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem." Things have changed much since he uttered those words. In fact, we’re on a trajectory to make things worse.

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Ed Rendell recently whacked Elizabeth Warren when she bashed Joe Biden for taking rich donors’ money. The former Pennsylvania governor wrote that he himself had run a “swanky” fundraiser for Warren's Senate race, for which she thanked him royally. Furthermore, she transferred $10.4 million o…

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The petulance of the “Resistance” is not diminishing. The Left still cannot believe that Ms. Clinton lost to a non-politician. That petulance has so pervaded the political Left that it seems willing to destroy our democratic republic. Ignored is the fact that she was a poor candidate who too…