Stories by Thomas J. Zwemer

Saturday, Jan. 5, 2013

Letter: How to regulate?

The right to keep and to bear arms is based upon two principles: security of a free state, and a well-regulated militia.
By Thomas J. Zwemer

Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012

Letter: Look inward to grasp prayer

Prayer is not so much about changing God as changing ourselves.
By Thomas J. Zwemer

Saturday, Sept. 8, 2012

Column: 'Nanny' should leave us alone

Nannies should not build a name for themselves by destroying names with a noble history.
By Thomas J. Zwemer

Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012

Letter: Merger questions linger

To everyone, it is bad medicine. The universal question is: "Do I have to take this?"
By Thomas J. Zwemer

Monday, Aug 6, 2007

Top conservatives lack war experience

A prescient neighbor from Aiken ("Dems cringe at nightmare coming true," Aug. 3) wrote that "leftists" should have experience in front-line warfare before they try to run the war from Washington.
By Thomas J. Zwemer
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