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Medicine more than spanking is needed

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Three meth labs, sexual assaults, murder, suicide, a bank robber claiming he had a gun, a pharmacy thief passing notes about a knife, and countless acts of degradation, cruelty, violence and inhumanity unaccounted for.

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Hoodies, shades and the death penalty

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Chris Martin always wears pants, sunglasses and a hoodie, pulled tight around his face.

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The competitive sport of civilian driving

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Is it just me, or is driving a competitive sport?

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Sometimes you just gotta get a little mad

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We’ve all felt it. Your face grows flush, brow muscles move in and down and you stare, hard at your target as your nostrils flare and your jaw clenches.

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An unfair life and joy of human connections

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As I watched young graduates swimming in their dreams this past weekend, I recalled someone telling me if I need or want something, ask the universe and manifest it.

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Practicing tough love for angry taxpayers

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Champlain Valley Educational Services was forced to cut more than 80 positions on top of the nearly 100 that were cut last year as schools pull their special education students back in attempts to save money.

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The successes and mistakes of fatherhood

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I’m 38, Father’s Day is nearly here, and I’ve been reflecting on my kids, wondering who stole my time, why I did this or didn’t do that, and how my actions have impacted them.

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All hail pretty conversations please

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Sitting in a local establishment people gather in for snacks, refreshments and socialization, I watched a woman, probably in her 40s, and according to societal standards, pretty, with curly blond hair and a slender physique, engaged in conversation with a quirky, slightly dirty and unattractive man, according to societal standards.

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Loss of civility and misguided anger

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At the Memorial Day ceremony I attended, sweat running down my back under the hot sun, the American flag flapping in the wind and a nearby pond smooth as a pane of glass, my thoughts drifted to my daughter’s Opa.

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Let’s focus on justified anger

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The proposed Plattsburgh City School budget fueled anger on both sides, as civility vanished like affordable gas prices.

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Society needs to practice a little more empathy

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President Obama publicly supported gay marriage.

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March for outdoor seating and electric cars

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Ever drive past Irises and the Pepper on City Hall Place or Olive Ridley’s on Court Street and feel the urge to reach out the window and grab a cheeseburger, perhaps some seared tuna or maybe even a plateful of burritos?

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We have become a society of enablers

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E-N-A-B-L-E-R-S. Enablers.

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The secret cost of privilege

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Critics of government spending and entitlement programs say too much money is thrown at public education, welfare and other programs.

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Two wrongs do not make a right

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The Northern Puppies situation may or may not have exposed cruelty or neglect toward animals.

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When lucid language runs amok

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A friend recently told me she had coffee with so and so who was father of so and so, a member of the band Lucid.

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Give regional schools a chance

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As school districts struggle with painful cuts to their programs, calls for reform echo throughout the state.

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Amid the outrage exists hypocrisy

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Politicians, political hopefuls, media loudmouths and many more have been revealing their ignorance in ways that, well, actually are not all that shocking or alarming.

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Complacency over outrage

This has become a time of mergers, consolidations and downsizing. It's the era of doing more with less, much less, doing without in fact, where those who care must choose who they can care a little less for so they can continue, in some whittled down way, to care.

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Everyone must give to be fair

Debbie Passno was right when she said everyone needs to give.

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If they build it, the arts will come

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