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News canvas of 2013 gives many reasons for real frustrations

December 31, 2013

We want to be hopeful and positive this time of year. Reviewing the major news in our nation this year makes that difficult....

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Ritty77

Dec-31-13 6:38 PM

That was an excellent editorial. Keep up the good work in 2014. Happy New Year!

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DeanWormer

Dec-31-13 11:45 AM

The Sun-Gazette is such a rag.

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graybeard54

Dec-31-13 9:53 AM

Shaman aka John Hilfirty aka ????.....I believe the right side of your brain quit working....you are unable, unwilling to see or comment anything except from a left leaning lunatic viewpoint!! The fact of the matter is, the government we have made up of conservatives and progressives put the unaffordable care act into law! Everyone in Washington is too blame!! I hope in the new year, you have a healing of your thinking processes and are able to see, think, and respond in a less venomous,saner, and more reasonable manner.

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MrShaman

Dec-31-13 6:16 AM

"Our foreign policy decisions make us feel more vulnerable as a nation than ever. It seems that all of the countries with a hate-America agenda - North Korea, Iran, Syria to name a few - have been empowered by a seemingly feckless style of diplomacy this year."

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...Yet, we haven't had another "9/11"...that lil' litmus-test that deemed George Jr. a "successful-President".

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MrShaman

Dec-31-13 6:11 AM

"We've got an Affordable Care Act that is anything but that for most Americans and represents an overreach by government into our health care system, a sixth of our economy."

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...Yet, somehow it was "different"...a "Good Thing"...when "conservatives" (first) suggested/endorsed it.

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See:

How The Heritage Foundation, A Conservative Think Tank, Promoted The Individual Mandate - Forbes

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