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Policy Is Rarely Leadership – The Public Square

In this election cycle, a lot of things live in the wrong buckets.  Running a campaign around ideology or policy is wrong.   Assessing...

Federal Water Resource Agencies – Waterworld

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The 100th meridian bisects North Dakota and Texas and the four states between them.  As settlers moved west during the 19th century and crossed...

Hypocrisy

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These are politically trying times for most Americans and I am sure most are reaching our limits on how much more campaigning we can...

March Madness – Red

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Nope, it’s not about basketball.  As this issue of “The Eccentric” goes to press, March is about to end though the madness looks to...

Fleeced – Blue

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The current state of state of the GOP reminds me of nothing so much as the myth of Jason and the Golden Fleece. Jason, you...

Water – Ask a Council Member

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Hello Middleburg! This article’s purpose is to address your questions, get more people involved and to address periodic issues concerning Middleburg and its community....

Federal Water Resource Agencies – Waterworld

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June 5, 1976 was not a red-letter day in the history of the Bureau of Reclamation (Bureau).  The Bureau was in the process of...

Election Noise – The Public Square

The national election is leaving people dispirited.   And there is good reason for it.  Those at top are not bringing clarity to the...

Hillary Clinton, Fracking , Superdelegates and the TPP

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Starting with superdelegates: The Democratic party has about 4,000 pledged delegates, who are committed to vote for the candidate who has won the most...

Council in the Limits – Ask a Council Member

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Hello Middleburg! My mission is to address your questions, get more people involved and to address periodic issues concerning Middleburg and its community. Please...
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