Op-Ed

Renewing the dream of King’s legacy

Having recently commemorated the 53rd anniversary of Dr. King’s death, I think we can all agree that we are at a “powerful moment” in our history , as the events surrounding the death of George Floyd compel us to face, and to tell, the truth, concerning our nation’s history of slavery, Jim Crow, lynching and systemic racism. To be sure, these last several months have been a period of great reflection.

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Op-Ed

Would you have killed Jesus?

They were between a rock and a hard place. Being a Jewish religious and political leader in Jerusalem in the early first century was a tough job. The rock was the Roman government, and the hard place was the constant tension caused by the common Jewish citizens.

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Op-Ed

Inflation is coming

When I was growing up an ice cream cone was a nickel a scoop. Now, a single scoop cone at my local Baskin Robbins is three dollars. That’s sixty nickels. So far as I am aware, there is no shortage of cows or sugar.

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By Mark S. Price
                                Contributing columnist
Op-Ed

Footsteps of my ancestors

Since I am a self-appointed family genealogist tracing my lineage back through and annals of history, I was pleasantly surprised upon making the discovery of having followed in the footsteps of a distant relative without even realizing it.

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