Columnist John Moore reflects on former radio partner, friend Warren Bradley

The first time I heard Warren Bradley on the radio, I was impressed. After working for years in the radio business, I was not easily impressed by most on-air personalities. But, Warren stood out. It was obvious that he was far more talented than most in our market and really, I sensed that he would be better suited working in show business. …

Nelson Clyde's Is It Just Me: The living obituary

It might not surprise you one of the most highly read parts of this newspaper is the obituary section. Obits, as we call them in this business, are one of the great windows into the things about people we never knew while they were alive. One day last week my friend Connie called and pointed out this notion because she had learned upon the

The peak oil theory has peaked

Writing for Realclearpolitics.com, Bill Murray and Carl Cannon report an interesting fact: It’s 2016, and “peak oil” hasn’t peaked. “In 1957, Tulsa celebrated Oklahoma’s golden anniversary of statehood by placing in a concrete vault under the county courthouse a host of mid-20th century artifacts, including a 16mm movie, a six-pack of

Let us look inward on Rosh Hashanah

Where there’s birth, there can also be rebirth. Perhaps that’s the most hopeful message we can take away from Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish holy day that begins at sundown. Tyler Rabbi Neal Katz spoke to the Tyler Paper about the meaning of the holy day recently. “We treat Rosh Hashanah like a birthday, as a way to celebrate new beginnings,

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The peak oil theory has peaked

Writing for Realclearpolitics.com, Bill Murray and Carl Cannon report an interesting fact: It’s 2016, and “peak oil” hasn’t peaked. “In 1957, Tulsa…

30 September 2016 [03:30 PM]
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Let us look inward on Rosh Hashanah

Where there’s birth, there can also be rebirth. Perhaps that’s the most hopeful message we can take away from Rosh Hashanah, the…

30 September 2016 [11:25 AM]
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Transgenderism Can Be Helpful

North Carolina's legislative body passed the Public Facilities Privacy and Security Act, which mandates a statewide policy banning individuals from using public…

27 September 2016 [11:13 AM]
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Reader Response

On Sept. 4, I had the great privilege and honor to stand in St. Peter’s square in Rome, Italy and hear Pope…

24 September 2016 [10:11 AM]
Reader Response

Would you recognize the faces of people with lymphedema? Lymphedema is a painful, debilitating disease and patients must often wear compression garments that are tight, hot and very uncomfortable but necessary. Many cancer survivors suffer from lymphedema, which is the…

22 September 2016 [02:49 PM]
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The Constitution guarantees our freedoms

The United States Constitution was signed on September 17, 1787. The Constitution outlines the powers and responsibilities of the three branches of…

21 September 2016 [12:26 PM]
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Cruelty to black students

Last year’s college news was about demands for safe spaces, trigger warnings and bans on insensitivity. This year’s college news is about…

20 September 2016 [12:34 PM]
Columnist John Moore ponders middle names and why we have them

My middle name is a gray area. Literally. My middle name is Gray. I’ve written before about last names, or surnames as they are called in the United States and other parts of the world, but until recently, I hadn’t…

17 September 2016 [07:57 PM]
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Can the Third Amendment get some love too?

As we begin Constitution Week on Sunday, how about a little love for that all-too-neglected constitutional right, the Third Amendment? Oh sure,…

16 September 2016 [01:44 PM]
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