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Letter: Shouldn’t felonies disqualify the commander-in-chief?

How is it that an ordinary citizen is not allowed to join our country's military with a felony on their record, yet a former president with 4 indictments and 91 felony counts can run for the position of commander-in-chief of the armed forces? This doesn't make sense to me; does it make sense to ...

Letter: In solving homelessness, look toward the faithful

The Pew Research Center has reported the largest decline in Church attendance in American history, with forty million Americans, 12% of our republic’s population, abandoning regular church attendance since 2003. Since 2019, church attendance has fallen a percentage point a year to a mere 30%, ...

Letter: Evangelicals’ hypocrisy displayed in support for sinner Trump

Evangelical Christians in America promote sexual morality, honesty in business dealings, criminal justice, truth-telling, oath keeping, and the saving grace of Jesus Christ. However, evangelical leaders today support a presidential candidate who has been found liable for sexual assault and ...

Letter: Why so mad about CO2? All life depends on it to survive

I could not believe what I was reading in the Opinion Page a couple mornings ago. “A reader’s urgent plea to halt sale of CO2 carbonated beverages.” What the heck? Someone actually believes that by not drinking carbonated beverages CO2 will be reduced? Are they serious? CO2 is the gas of ...

Letter: Vexed by 2024 legislative session and the money giveaway

A lot of bills already introduced in the 2024 State Legislature Session. A tax break is one the Legislators and the State is attempting to put into effect — it calls for a reduction in the State Income Tax. Keep in mind that this tax cut applies only to those of us that actually pay State ...

Letter: Please incorporate railings into community infrastructure

"This is my story, this is my song" — us old folks need rails so we can hold on. True story, hand rails that are sturdy are a must at both city and county arenas (in-doors and out-doors) so the older generation can avoid a tumble. Any place that has stairs for public use should be evaluated ...