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Informed people know that this nation is in trouble so deep that it might not be able to recover. The purpose of this column is to urge non-voters to vote -- to urge voters to think before they vote again. Informed people power is needed to save America.
By now most of us have heard that the Israelis are first dropping “warning” bombs that tell people in civilian homes that they have just a few minutes to get out of the house because there is a lethal bomb on its way.
Problem is, they do not let anyone know how much time there is between the warning and the actual bomb.
Perhaps the question “Why the sudden increase in the border crossings by Central American children?” has an answer we do not want to accept.
First, very few, if any, events, especially big ones, have one single cause. To think so is rather naïve. It might be easy and convenient to accept that great events have one cause, but most things come about because of a number of events that lead up to them.
The Sandy Neck Board will consider a new parking permit for non-residents, the Planning Board hopes to find a solution to overcrowded parking lots in Hyannis, and find out what Veterans Beach has to offer.
Since the various senate committees that investigate and oversee things are made up of both parties, the normal procedure is for both parties to suggest people who should appear as witnesses when there is a hearing.
BAKER BAKED COAKLEY CAKED IN DISARRAY!
They will take our jobs:
It just strikes me as odd that when congress had to deal with assistance to the unemployed who became so through no fault of their own, which affected children;
Bourne is a nautical town. We are where the state decided to put her Maritime Academy. We're the first clam shacks and fish huts you see when entering Cape Cod. We're named after a guy who was named after a harbor... in fact, the harbor may actually be named for him, I've got to Google that some time.
A local bar will have to close its doors for a few days this fall, we have details on how to keep mosquitoes at bay, and new parking meters on Ocean Street will soon be operational.
Now this would make for great daytime T.V.
Barbara Walters retired from The View, and right away we find that both Sherri Shepherd and Jenny McCarthy have been given their walking papers.
Since the show is coming back in the fall, who will be stepping in is, right now, up for grabs.
I am sure the producers have their own ideas for replacements, but Sarah Palin has offered her services as co-host.