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“In the 1950s, President Dwight Eisenhower’s Cold War Secretary of State was an international scrapper named John F. Dulles, a fellow who reveled in brinksmanship with the Communist world and which powers might blink first in times of confrontation. Today, there’s much testy news (particular…

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“We’ve seen more TV ads and promos in the last year than we ever dreamed possible — among the most critical being ads for whole streaming industries based on truckloads of decades old reruns topped only by ads for great advances in litter boxes.” — Clyde Peterson, Houston.

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“Former president George W. Bush issued a statement on the insurrectionist assault on the Capitol Building, saying, ‘This is how election results are disputed in a banana republic – not our democratic republic,’ quite likely offending countless banana republics who thought they had moved bey…

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“Noted in The Post-Intelligencer recently that the Chicago White Sox will be playing the New York Yankees next Aug. 12 at the 8,000-seat Field of Dreams ballfield in Dyersville, Iowa. One of my daughters and I veered through there years ago to take a look around and run the bases, missing on…

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To the editor: One morning last week, when purchasing a newspaper from a vending machine, I inadvertently dropped my money clip. I didn’t realize it until about four hours later. I started backtracking where I had been with literally no hope of finding it. I went to where I bought the newspa…

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To the editor: I am new to Paris and did not know what to expect from the early voting process here. I was pleasantly surprised by the great organization and courteous workers — no waiting. Scott Burton 323 Highwood Circle, Paris t6777flyer@gmail.com

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To the editor: From the Journal of John Wesley, Oct. 6, 1774: “1. Vote for the person you judge most worthy. “2. Speak no evil of the person you vote against. “3. Take care your spirits are not sharpened against those who voted on the other side.” We hear on the news about cities preparing f…

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