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Remembering Dr. Jonas Salk’s war on another feared virus
Anyone working on a computer yesterday and using the popular search engine, Google, saw an unusual graphic on the Google search home page.
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Delay in defamation case puts Eckstein on the spot
Most Americans have faith in a court system that separates fact from fiction and substance from appearance. Justice can be slow sometimes, but we like to think the courts are thorough.
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
A stranger’s kindness
While shopping recently at a local grocery store, I realized while checking out I’d forgotten my wallet. I mentioned to the woman behind me that I was going to the service desk. There was nothing I could do.
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Jeer was unjustified
Regarding the Eagle’s editorial jeer of Oct. 26 to Section 27 Alliance of Butler Township. The jeer alleges S27A members used “over-the-top rhetoric” and “death-and-destruction scenarios” which frightened children in attendance at the Oct. 20 Butler Township Board of Commissioners meeting.
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Thanks, Gino
A reply to Gino Mariotti’s letter (“Can’t argue with that”, Oct. 23).
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‘Jeer’ was new low
The “Jeer” in the Sunday, Oct. 26, edition was a new low, even for a publication that rarely misses a chance to discredit the growing anti-fracking movement in Butler County.
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Critics of the 2010 Affordable Care Act complain that it doesn’t do much to control the healthcare costs that are becoming unsustainable for families and businesses. In fact, the law does many small things; the latest is the grant program announced last week to teach Medicare and Medicaid doctors new ways to offer higher-quality, better-coordinated, more cost-effective care.
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Extremes of power, but not of numbers
Pew Research Center just released data from its year-long look at polarization, a follow-up to the June release of its largest survey ever on American politics. The result is a fun and informative read about where Americans get their news and information, but once again, a distinct minority are receiving outsized attention, just as they do in our political process.
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The new Rand Paul vs. the old Rand Paul
Rand Paul, the heretofore libertarian senator from Kentucky, gave a foreign policy speech to Republican grandees in New York last week with a clear message: I’m not an isolationist like my dad.
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