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Unlike most people in the media, from the New York Times to the Wall Street Journal and from Fox News to MSNBC, I’m sick and tired of: Inflation. Inflation. Inflation. It seems that I can’t open up a daily newspaper or switch on the evening news without being exhorted that inflation is gobbl…

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It has been a busy week what with Thanksgiving festivities and all of the distractions that go with it like cooking, hosting, the endless football games, nonstop nibbling and perusing your junk mail advertising Black Friday sales.

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Graduating from the Solon Citizens Police Academy comes with a perk - a three-hour ride-along with a Solon police officer. I was the lucky recipient of riding with two different officers for my ride-along on Nov. 18 due to the fact that my original officer got called away to serve a warrant.…

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“I, (insert name), do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and that I will obey the orders of the President of the United States ...

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It all began around age four, when my mom took me to the Center-Mayfield movie theater to see Walt Disney’s “Bambi.”

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Friday, Nov. 11, “was the 51st Veterans Day that I have commemorated as an American military veteran. I have to confess that it hasn’t always been celebratory. It hasn’t always been easy.”

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For the past 10 weeks, my Tuesday nights have been filled with a one-of-a-kind learning opportunity, a chance to do things I have never done before, meet people from many different backgrounds and learn about an organization that offers unparalleled policing service to the Solon community.

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The voters have spoken. The election is over, and it is time to move forward. Whether your candidate won or lost, or you are happy are angry about issues, levies and bonds … look ahead not back. That is what makes our country great and helps sustain a thriving republic.

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There is one sign in my yard, and that sign reads “Steve Demetriou for Ohio House.” It’s not that I don’t support other candidates, but I know Steve.

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There are 172 steps to the top of Veterans Memorial Stadium in Jackson, Mississippi. And on Friday, Dec. 2, 2011, Robert Burgess couldn’t help but smile as he climbed every last one of them on his way to the press box.

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I have had occasion lately to attend some Berkshire football games, and I continue to walk away impressed by the behavior of the students in attendance.

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As a resident of Chagrin Falls, I have had my name spelled incorrectly in print and read information taken from Facebook pages in this publication. And while I have never countered such information publicly, when a writer who hasn’t attended a playground meeting in more than six months offer…

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I was so moved when I read Times Editor David Gustafson’s column in the Sept. 15 issue of the Times about Danny McLish, the special needs newspaper carrier he once employed.

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I am writing this letter in response to a guest column by Phil Paradise, Jr. entitled “Shame on the Democrats” in the Aug. 25 edition of this newspaper.

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A couple ofweeks ago, I wrote a column about a 1969 movie called “The Manchurian Candidate,” in which mind control plays a major role in the life of its fictional character Raymond Shaw, a World War II POW who was “brain washed” into becoming a political assassin.

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Depending on how many pages we publish each week, you’ll typically find somewhere in the neighborhood of 85,000 words in any given issue of the Chagrin Valley Times, Solon Times, or Geauga Times Courier.

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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has not admitted to any wrongdoing in connection with the First Energy bribery case that is going to trial in January. Two of the three defendants have already pleaded guilty.

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I believe in free speech. I believe in the right for someone to voice their opinion, even if completely off-base, inaccurate & quite frankly, stupid but listening to a recent Munson resident regurgitate the exact same talking points from the corporate media started to wear on me.

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Shame on the Republican Party, especially those in the House of Representatives from Speaker Kevin McCarthy on down, for its reckless, dangerous condemnation of the Justice Department and the FBI after the search for classified documents at former President Trump’s winter residence, Mar-a-Lago.

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