Stories by Nathan M. Jolles

Sunday, Aug 7, 2016

Guest Column: Changes in debt-collection rules show more government overreach

My fear is of yet another blatant overreach by this federal agency.
By Nathan M. Jolles

Saturday, April 23, 2016

Letter: Alalof deserves your vote

Having observed David up close, I can attest to his dedication, keen intellect and sincere compassion.
By Nathan M. Jolles

Monday, Nov. 9, 2015

Letter: Iran deal leads to ruin

Our only hope is if we wake up in time to avoid the sin of indifference.
By Nathan M. Jolles

Saturday, May 16, 2015

Guest Column: Historic synagogue building worth saving

Structures such as this are unique and extremely rare.
By Nathan M. Jolles

Monday, Feb. 23, 2015

Letter: Administration must act

Bravo to House Speaker John Boehner for taking the initiative and properly extending a long-overdue invitation to America's longtime friend and ally Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel's prime minister, to ...
By Nathan M. Jolles

Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2013

Letter: Distinguish wants, needs

Your average kindergartener also can appreciate the need to communicate with others - even those we do not agree with.
By Nathan M. Jolles

Saturday, July 6, 2013

Guest Column: Civic-minded citizens can pitch in to make our society better

This is no time to sit on our laurels, as much remains to be done if we earnestly hope to break the cycle of poverty in our midst.
By Nathan M. Jolles

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Letter: Palestinians refuse peace

The Palestinians' absurd claim that the Israeli settlements are the main obstacle to peace is merely a convenient excuse to avoid negotiations, and is without merit.
By Nathan M. Jolles

Thursday, Jan. 5, 2012

Letter: Economic recovery deterred

This legislation is only the latest impediment devised by our federal government to deter a lasting and complete economic recovery.
By Nathan M. Jolles
 
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