2023-01-13

Gina Gafford Column – 01/13/23


On Jan. 22, I will be on a study abroad trip to Chiang Mai, Thailand. I was going on the trip in 2020, but I didn’t go because of the pandemic. I plan to study advanced Thai yoga massage with master teachers. Therefore, the trip is a combination of training and sightseeing. Please note that I will be gone for […]

Ivan Raconteur Column – 01/13/23


I recently encountered some marketing that I considered offensive and in poor taste. This was part of a campaign from a company (not local) with which I have done business for years. Naturally, I sent an email to the president/CEO of the company to express my opinion (I figured if they didn’t want input, they wouldn’t put his email on […]

Mark Ollig Column – 01/13/23


Years before commercial radio stations wirelessly transmitted theater opera music to home radios, a wired system was operating on the other side of the pond. Clément Ader, a French engineer, designed the first private telephone network in Paris, France, in 1879. He also engineered a telephonic dual-channel audio system for the first broadcast of live stereophonic sound. Ader’s transmission system […]

Election Fraud Evidence: from ‘no evidence’ to ‘know evidence’ – Newspaper Column 1/13/23

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Can we agree that fair, secure elections would benefit everyone? At least, even if we didn’t like the results, we wouldn’t have to argue with each other if they were valid or not. Election fraud is a crime. Given human nature, there always has and always will be attempts at election fraud when the stakes are so high. The Heritage […]

Election Fraud Evidence: from ‘no evidence’ to ‘know evidence’ – 1/13/23


Can we agree that fair, secure elections would benefit everyone? At least, even if we didn’t like the results, we wouldn’t have to argue with each other if they were valid or not. Election fraud is a crime. Given human nature, there always has and always will be attempts at election fraud when the stakes are so high. The Heritage […]