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UMass Divest and proponents of sanctuary campus will not be allowed to speak at Board of Trustees meeting -

December 8, 2016

Former political prisoner to speak on human rights and prison experience -

December 8, 2016

UMass men’s basketball using late-game situations as learning opportunities for remainder of season -

December 8, 2016

UMass men’s basketball kicks off Gotham Classic at home against Pacific -

December 8, 2016

UMass hockey looks to continue recent improvements against Connecticut -

December 8, 2016

UMass hockey team confident in game plan despite UConn’s constant change in net -

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UMass women’s basketball falls apart in the fourth quarter in 71-55 loss to Hofstra -

December 8, 2016

It’s been a long year -

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A return to the collapse of 2008 -

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Mindfulness in, and in spite of, a technological age -

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Beer, bets and pool: a High Horse unofficial review -

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Don’t let winter stop you from running outside -

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BREAKING: Train allegedly strikes pedestrian in Amherst -

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Campus Climate survey shows strong response -

December 7, 2016

Jennifer Carlson gives talk on race and gun law enforcement -

December 7, 2016

Labor Center to receive increased funding from University -

December 7, 2016

Verdi enforces playing a full 40 minutes as UMass takes on Hofstra -

December 7, 2016

Mulligan looks to continue seven game double-double streak at Hofstra -

December 7, 2016

Jesus: the conservative Republican -

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The joy of Snapchat -

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Letters to the editor: September 17, 2009

Dear Editor,

With The Health Care bill before Congress, are we in a battle of words between two parts of humanity, some who want to follow Abel in his love of God and care for fellowman, and in contrast, some, following Cain who succumb to evil desires rejecting God’s laws?

When Constitutional lawyers study this bill, why do they find unexplained additions that give greater power to the Executive branch? Such a transfer of power nullifies the Constitution’s most prominent provision of balance of government, and many of the peoples’ rights.But why do we have such a fast drive to destroy the U.S. Constitution?

We must keep in mind that the American colonists following Abel’s philosophy inserted into our Constitution the power of Congress to create the money for the nation. If put into practice, this would stop all government borrowing and clear all debts with 100 percent legal money. The bankers could borrow this Treasury money to reloan  if needed, and pay interest on it. There would be no private fiat money. 

We must get Congress to rewrite the Health Care bill in accord with God’s Laws and Abel lawyers.

 

Al Schmitz

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