The Solution to Healing County Political Discourse

There’s an old Bedouin proverb, “me against my brother, my brother and I against my cousin and all of us against the stranger.” The proverb is an explanation of the feelings of adversity we face in our communities, particularly “all of us against the stranger.”

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A 750 word column about Citrus County published every Thursday and Sunday