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By TIM ROWLAND | May 27, 2010
I'm currently a man without a political party, so if you hear of any good ones, let me know. I used to be a Democrat, but I got chased out by the labor unions and trial lawyers and the National Organization for Women. So I became a Republican, but I was chased out by Moral Majority, corporate immorality and the voices that echo in the heads of Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck. That left me for a while as a Libertarian. That was a pretty good fit, since they hate everything and, for the most part, so do I. But then came along this cat from Kentucky, who's basically a Libertarian running as a Republican.
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NEWS
November 7, 2009
Allowing developers to not pay their share is a mistake To the editor: Joe Lane's column on the Nov. 1 Opinion page ( "County has wrong fix for housing woes," page A8) is a must-read for all citizens concerned about growth in Washington County. As Lane points out, the Washington County Commissioners have or intend to no longer require developers to pay their share for roads and schools. At this point in time, we do not need to give developers any incentives to build more houses.
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July 14, 2010
"I saw where six more Americans just died in Afghanistan. Would someone please give me a good reason why?" - Greencastle, Pa. "Please just save the dam at Devil's Backbone. It costs more to tear it down than just to repair it. Without the dam at Devil's Backbone, there isn't going to be a park. It's just going to be boring, and no one's going to want to go there. " - Hagerstown "Those readers of this column who continue to support this federal administration, I'm afraid wouldn't recognize a con man if he was sitting in your kitchen.
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By JILLIAN E. KESNER | April 28, 2008
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Waynesboro native Michael Stapleford is returning to his roots, purchasing WEEO-FM. The station, formerly known as HOT 103.7, debuted April 7 as FM TALK 103.7. Stapleford said WEEO is among the few talk stations in the area's market. "Rather than competing with other FM stations in the area, we changed it to FM Talk program," Stapleford said. "It's a complete changeover, and historically, is a high demand. " Stapleford said the station features some of the biggest names in talk radio, including Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, Laura Ingraham, Michael Savage and Mancow in the Morning.
NEWS
October 8, 2009
Editor's note: The Herald-Mail invites readers to answer poll questions on www.herald-mail.com. Readers also may submit comments when voting. A sampling of edited reader comments will run on The Herald-Mail's Opinion page on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. The question posted Friday on The Herald-Mail's Web site was: Do you think revelations about his sex life will cause viewers to turn away from David Letterman? Results: Yes, 230 votes (25.5 percent); No, 673 votes (74.5 percent)
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