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God bless the historian and intellectual Pat Buchanan for his June 6 column, "Syria's insurrection is not America's war," and for him doing God's work in promoting peace by us by staying out of the Syrian conflict.

I would like to send a heartfelt thank-you to the lady who taught my 15-year-old son a valuable lesson on a recent weekend. As he rolled through Florence Park on his long skateboard - something he enjoys doing as a way to relax after a long day of school or working at a local grocery store on the weekends - he waved, only to be met with a resounding, "No, not in this neighborhood."

There is one word ready, willing and able to help us to go forward in all our endeavors. Nothing appears to equal it. Although this word lies dormant, you cannot leave home without it, as this single ingredient propels every accomplishment and success we have in life.

Several Republican incumbent state legislators have sent prospective voters campaign literature claiming that they voted against Obamacare. These claims are half-truths at best. While a legislator might have voted against the bill cited in the campaign mailer, he may have actually authored or voted for the majority of bills passed to implement Obamacare in Oklahoma.

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My antiques quiz game, Dumpster or No Dumpster, has become a mainstay for fans who play along at Facebook.com/DoctorLori, during my TV appearances, and at my antiques appraisal events presented nationwide.

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I have to laugh when a so-called "expert" (also known as some people who write a story or two about the antiques market after interviewing three people who hosted yard sales) writes a column or posts an online blog and lists what items are "hot" right now.

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The little known lessons in the art and antiques world may help you identify something of note. Valuable objects are often overlooked, so here are some tips and tricks to help you find your valuable antiques.

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You have seen those silly newspaper stories or magazine articles where the writer tries to make a list of all of the antiques that might be of value. The title is something like "Collectors Look for What's Hot" or "Making a Million From Your Junk."

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Your grandmother's cookie jar might be worth more than the sweet memories of her gingersnaps. Dr. Lori

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Every year, thousands of  girls across the area gain valuable knowledge while providing the community with Girl Scout cookies. This year will …

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Cleaning is not usually

one of our favorite jobs, but

it is the best for finding lost

things. We put something

down and before long we lay

something on top of it and

then it is lost. But it serves

as a two-way street. Something gets cleaned or something is found. Pictures are

often some of the treasures

we lose track of, and moving

books and papers shows us

where they are. Did I look

like that? Why did I cut my

hair that way?

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I've been receiving Meals on Wheels for several years. I can't begin to tell you the valuable service the people who deliver the meals perform…

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Now that the serious holiday shopping season is here, Eastland Mall offers some holiday shopping safety tips:

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The U.S. Mint's mistake could mean some pretty pennies for one lucky man.

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After reading "The Healthy Home Handbook," you may feel the need to

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Our words are investments as valuable as money. They are seeds

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