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Is secession inevitable for our divided nation?

By Frank Ryan In the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution, our founding fathers wrote, “We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, … more

No more vagueness on jobs

By Douglas Schoen It’s a testament to how bad the American employment market has gotten that the most recent jobs report was met with applause.The Labor Department’s July jobs figures showed that employers added 163,000 new workers last … more

Let's value our workers again

By Rick BloomingdaleLabor Day is the one holiday on the calendar devoted to honoring and recognizing America’s workers and their families and the value we bring to the prosperity and strength of our nation.That’s pretty much all of us, whether … more

Publisher's Voice: A closer look at a voice in the Sound Off-sphere

Sound Off – love it or hate it. If items lean your way, then it’s a great read. If parts go against your grain, then the weekly jumble of comments is an abomination. There’s hardly ever any gray area with this part of your community newspaper. … more

Our Voice: How the charity of others and a hero's life move us

Just when it seems as though we’re stumbling through the darkness of the grimness of human existence, the good deeds of which humans are capable shines light upon us. Isn’t that how you felt when you read in last week’s Press And Journal about … more

Publisher's Voice: Ballot decisions? Our Voters' Guide may help

We’re proud to provide a Voters’ Guide in this week’s paper. This Voters’ Guide lists candidates in the six contested local races in the May 21 primary election – for Middletown Borough Council, Middletown mayor, Londonderry Twp. … more
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