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Letter: Distressed by recent political developments

I surely couldn't foresee myself writing another letter to the editor after all these years, but I just can't restrain myself. There are so many remarkable issues that one letter could never suffice. I will address a few that cause me the most distress: Politics #1: Donald Trump A ...

Letter: Dialysis debt a burden; Congress must act

We Americans with kidney failure must accept the fact that we will be in medical debt for the rest of our lives. To pay for dialysis treatment, some patients keep working and use private insurance. Others live in states that supplement the other 20%. For me, although I have my husband’s ...

Letter: Stark comparison between Biden and Trump

I find it interesting that today, Joe Biden is trying to hold on to the presidency any way he can. He is embarking on a campaign today with Obama and Clinton to raise money to help him fund to hold on to the presidency, Donald Trump is attending a very sacred service a New York police officer ...

Letter: Honest politicians have always been difficult to find

When Diogenes climbed out of his bed in a large water jar, he went for a walk around Athens; with a lantern. He had become so disgusted with the moral character of senators that he wandered looking for an honest man so he could light him up for recognition. That was 2300 years ago and I have ...

Letter: Loving the writings of Standard-Examiner columnist

In the current political climate as well as all the other "normal" days, it's always a breath of fresh air to read D. Louise Brown's columns. Funny, poignant and relatable stories about life, its challenges and its beauty are perfectly articulated by this gifted and down to earth writer. D. ...

Letter: Ogden pastors oppose inland port in Weber County

The God of the Hebrew and Christian scriptures is quite clear: choose life, that ye may live (Deuteronomy 30:19). We are Protestant pastors who serve two churches in Weber County, and we are concerned about the almost 9000-acre “inland port” being planned for the eastern shores of Great ...