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Over the past two months many news sources have been discussing the recent settlement by the National Association of Realtors (NAR) and a class action lawsuit that was brought against the major …

O Canada, how should we govern?

First and foremost, I love this country and I’ve always been proud to say I’m an American wherever I’ve traveled. Lately it seems there are many of my fellow citizens that don’t share those …

When asked why he robbed banks, the infamous crook Willie Sutton reportedly responded: “Because that’s where the money is.” Today, our communities are seeing an increase in crime because of the …

The world-famous Philadelphia accent made its debut on Dec. 25, 1776. As General George Washington approached the Delaware River at McConkey’s Ferry (Washington Crossing), he asked a Continental …

Maybe you can go home again

My memoir Vietnam-Perkasie ends in the spring of 1968 with me drunk and passed out in the shower at Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, N.C. It is a fitting way to end the book because that was …

Unfortunately, the major media has characterized the current campus protests as simply involving bigotry, anger, harassment and violence, without recognizing that the thrust of all the protests is to …

I am a proud American who fully embraces the United States values, especially freedom of speech. I am also a refugee born and raised in Soviet Kazakhstan and later Uzbekistan. I lived among a Muslim …

We have many residential areas on River Road where we slow down to 25 or 30 mph. This makes sense because of the multiple driveways, pedestrians, and cyclists. There is also a long, lightly inhabited …

Governor Shapiro, It was wonderful meeting you in person April 17 at BARC Developmental Services in Warminster (“In Warminster, Shapiro rallies support for his budget’s ID/A funding,” April …

God for sale

Step right up! For only $59.99 you can get your very own Donald Trump-endorsed Bible. Now, in addition to Holy Scriptures, this new improved version also includes the lyrics to “God Bless The USA.”

The recent article announcing the plans of the Bucks County Historical Society to develop a very historical farm on the edge of Doylestown Borough (“Bucks County Historical Society’s Doylestown …

The lawsuit by the Bucks County Commissioners against “Big Oil” (“Bucks County sues Exxon Mobil, Chevron, others over climate change,” March 28) is an outrageous waste of taxpayer money and a …

One last look at Sterner’s Mill

We had to sneak away to satisfy our young curiosities, so we did. The place stood majestically on the curve of the road since 1758. She seemed to still be waiting there to serve those who needed her, …

As most Americans do, I love our democracy. So I volunteered to help voters on Tuesday’s primary by being a poll greeter. Republicans and Democrats who came to vote were all in a good mood on this …

Now is the time to invest in solar

Wondering how you can make an impact in the wake of Earth Day? A home solar system can lower your power bills, reduce your carbon footprint and help bring Pennsylvania into the future of energy.

A recent guest opinion in the Bucks County Herald (“Implore Congress to increase hospital transparency,” March 14) proposes cutting hospital funding as a solution for containing rising health …

As a parent and longtime advocate, I’ve experienced firsthand the challenges created by systems intended to support individuals with disabilities and their families.These systems are difficult, if …

On Saturday, a special event with free live music will mark the 150th anniversary of Knecht’s Covered Bridge in Springfield, one of Bucks County’s 10 remaining original covered bridges.The …

Pennsylvania holds its primary election Tuesday, with competitive races on the line. Still, with nominations for president effectively decided, I’m asking my fellow Democrats to object to the …

The April 4 edition’s front page article by Freda Savana (“Bucks County Historical Society’s Doylestown Twp. land eyed for luxury homes”) clearly and concisely covered the April 2 Doylestown …

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