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I recently signed up for a new artificial intelligence website. It is a computer simulation of human intelligence and the human thought process. Advances in computing and the large-scale availability of data have led to massive advances in AI over the past decade.

I was glad to see this headline in the Jan. 22 Sunday LNP | LancasterOnline: “Drivers push back on delayed penalties.” This is about local and state bureaucrats not executing policy correctly and then making things worse! It’s also about hapless county officials passing the buck and finger-p…

On Jan. 6, 2021, the U.S. Capitol was attacked by a mob of unruly citizens encouraged by someone who could not accept defeat. Derrick Evans, a former West Virginia legislator, was a rioter who received what I view as a minuscule sentence — three months in prison. He expressed remorse when he…

The Jan. 15 Sunday LNP | LancasterOnline letter about the assassination of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., “Day that cannot be forgotten,” took me back in time.

Have you ever heard a Democratic politician say “What we need is comprehensive immigration reform” when asked about problems at the southern border? I have. It’s seemingly their pat answer over the past 30 years. A follow-up question by the reporter should always be, “So when do you plan on …

The United States military has a recruiting problem. According to Mission Readiness, a military advocacy group, the Army missed its recruiting goals for fiscal year 2022, amounting to a shortage of about 15,000 recruits. The Marines, Navy and Air Force saw similar declines in recruiting.

The reason for many of the rejected mail-in ballots in Lancaster County was the date. Voters possess the ballot within a specific time frame — between when it was sent by the elections board and when it is returned. Why is the date questioned if the elections board receives the ballot by or …

On Jan. 19, I attended the Art for Justice exhibit at the Lancaster Museum of Art. It featured not only unique art but also music, spoken word, poetry and historical readings centered around justice in an inspiring collaborative project from Music for Everyone.

We are now witnessing politics at its worst. People who practice the politics of division and dishonesty are being given high-level offices of responsibility in Congress. They are being granted these positions by a U.S. House speaker who was so desperate to attain his office that he willingl…

I stand before Erik S. Anderson and say, “Bravo!” His column, “The underpinnings and pitfalls of school choice,” in the Jan. 22 Sunday LNP | LancasterOnline Perspective section, was spot-on.

There has been much activity in our state Legislature promoting the use of state constitutional amendments to advance a variety of new laws that might not be passed via other, more traditional, methods. While I support the use of amendment referendums when the will of the voters cannot be pr…

My husband and I have been in this area for more than nine years now, and we have found a lot of wonderful treasures to participate in and see.

This week I witnessed actual bipartisan rage. It was directed at an executive of the ticket sales industry over the Taylor Swift concert ticket debacle. Someone shouted, “This should never have happened!”

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