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Everyone knows the name

And everyone knows the theme

But how many of us truly know

Why we celebrate the wearing of the green?

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The death of Professor Stephen William Hawking on Wednesday in Cambridge, England, was met with a collective exclamation of reverence for perhaps the greatest bel-esprit (with apologies to Sir Isaac and Albert) to have ever cerebrated in regard to the cosmos, the issue of a space-time continuum, and, of course, the study of black holes.

After a decade of painful stagnation, America’s economy is finally booming again!

Last Wednesday, we watched in horror as pure evil unfolded at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.

Last week, I voted with President Trump to support our troops, help North Carolina families with disaster relief, and keep America safe.

Actions speak much louder than words. This is common sense. Yet it seems to have been lost on some of the Americans responsible for foreign diplomacy over the past few decades.

As the battles for Congress heat up, supporters of candidate Dr. Mark Harris (R-9th District) submitted the following letter:

As 2017 is in the books, Representative Robert Pittenger reflects back over the year on his accomplishments in office. Below is his weekly column:

The following is an opinion submission compiled by local Pastor James Brigman and Alexei Laushkin of Herndon, Va.

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