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WOAR hotline helps people in need

By Lila E. Slovak and Monique S. Howard Who do we allow to conjure temptations, and who do we punish for fulfilling them? “Temptation” is a magical word. It can transform wrongdoers into victims, and...

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Schools for illegals? It’s amazing the people with no skin in the game can demand anything. Maybe they should try their country of origin, which might accommodate their request. We are barely opening the schools...

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Trump-free page What a pleasure to pick up the letter section of the Northeast Times, week of March 3, and not see all the Trump lies from Trump and some readers that have no basis...

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Unprepared for the riots The powers-that-be Kenney and Princess Outlaw didn’t have a plan in place for a protest of this magnitude. Well, these riots started in Minnesota and slowly worked their way to the...

Movie review: Nomadland finds its home

In 2011, amidst a recession, a sheetrock plant in Empire, Nevada permanently closed, eliminating almost 100 jobs and sentencing the already-sparsely populated location to exist more or less as a ghost town. Soon after,...

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Lock him up It is interesting to hear Gov. Cuomo blame the deaths of the nursing home patients on God. I guess what we should do is arrest God and put him in jail. The only...

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Too soon to open public schools Superintendent Bill Hite wants to open schools for K-2 students shortly. That would be great, but statistically in Philadelphia it is too soon. Those students can carry the disease back to...

Gale for governor… and Gale for Senate

By Joe Gale In 2015, when the Montgomery County Republican Committee chose a former board member of Planned Parenthood and a tax delinquent as their endorsed candidates for county commissioner, I was outraged and decided...

COVID-19 care for those who need it most

By Rep. Joe Hohenstein The statistics associated with COVID-19 are startling. Since the onset of the pandemic, the state Department of Health has reported more than 880,000 cases with more than 22,000 lives lost to...

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Election was fair We are a group of older citizens who live at the Philadelphia Protestant Home. We meet regularly to discuss current events and other topics of interest. We all voted in the November...
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