John McGauley

    John McGauley has worked as an editor and reporter at both the Quincy (Ill.) Herald-Whig and at Associated Press in Chicago. For a quarter century he worked in public relations until 2013 when he sold his agency. He is the author of four novels, all available on Amazon Kindle. His column is a mix of both lighthearted and serious topics, all with a wry look at Keene and the Monadnock region.

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    People probably didn’t notice this, but there was a teleconference Aug. 13. It was organized by Annie Kuster, our representative in the august United States House of Representatives, who is, by the way, up for re-election this November, and will probably achieve that since we send about 95 p…

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    I heard people say there are a few silver linings to this black, black cloud of coronavirus pandemic, mostly about how it’s forcing families to get closer, crowbarring us into realizing what’s important in life.

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    I often wonder what will happen to the United States. When you’re in the moment, with information whizzing by at a dizzying rate but with little or no analysis, it’s impossible to imagine what it all means in the long run. I don’t mean in a year, or with the next presidential election, but t…

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