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When Denying Opioids for Pain can Hurt, Rather than Help

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We are all aware of the opioid epidemic that is plaguing our county, and I am personally aware of the terrible toll it’s had on the United States and other countries, but I have some thoughts.   According to the CDC.gov website, “In 2018, 67,367 drug overdose deaths occurred in …

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Gun Control and Safety in 21st Century America

Generally, when we discuss gun ownership today, we are invariably immersed in a battle between left and right, where common sense, tradition, and Constitutional rights arguments are framed and stretched to meet the particular aims of whichever side of the debate one falls.  Yet, the question of a citizen’s right …

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The Patriotic Teacher

I am a conservative teacher, and I go by the name The Patriotic Teacher. I have been in the teaching field for almost 30 years, mostly in urban districts of the New Jersey Public Schools. I have worked as a teacher, coach, advisor, and even an administrator. In addition, yes, …

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