Commentary

More than two hundred years later, remembering what counts

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September 17th was Constitution Day, marking the day 232 years ago when the 39 delegates to the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia formally adopted the United States Constitution as the supreme

Are You Stressed Out?

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The American Psychological Association reports Americans are stressed about money. Stress about money and finances appears to have a significant impact on Americans’ lives according to the Association. Nearly three

A different time?

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Currently, Gov. Kevin Stitt and casino operators in Oklahoma appear at a standoff over renegotiation of gambling compacts. For just a moment, I want to take you to a different

Historically Speaking: Camp David Summit

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One of the biggest recent news stories is Trump’s cancellation of a surprise summit with Taliban leaders and the Afghanistan president at Camp David. I am no longer surprised at

Letters Policy Stated

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The Madill Record accepts letters to the editor on virtually any subject. All letters must be signed and the phone number of the letter’s author must be provided for verification

Mullin It Over: Even One Overdose Is Too Many

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Editor’s Note: The Madill Record received the below column from Congressman Mullin on the morning we went to press with last week’s issue. Although the column does reference President Donald

Medicaid won’t reduce inflated hospital bills

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Most of us have heard of someone who received a wildly implausible bill from a hospital. Among the examples compiled by the website, thehealthy.com, were hospitals that charged $15 per

Real Decisions and Moderation

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Our lives are the summation of our decisions. We can decide to go forward. We can decide to stay the same. We can decide to make critical decisions that can