The politics of cheating
(Column ~ 08/20/05)
Cheating was a "dirty word" when I was growing up. It was a synonym for dishonesty; an antonym for trustworthiness. Honesty, truth, trust, and playing by the rules was a value taught in most homes. I'm not sure it is anymore, based on what we see in the world around us...
(Letter to the Editor ~ 08/20/05)
**Dear Editor, Having read the Gazette articles and Chief Brown's "Jail Report," I am offended by his attempt to feed me half the facts and the Gazette printing them without analysis. This is just another example of city hall's belief the citizens of McCook are idiots and can be easily misled...
Maximum sentence is not enough
(Editorial ~ 08/20/05)
Most of like to see something good in everyone. The class bully, a bratty neighbor kid, a demanding boss. Stand back, and with time, we may see that the bully is actually insecure, the neighbor child is starved for attention, the boss has unbearable pressures of his own...
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