Tunk Martin


Letter: Stop cycle of despair

When life imitates art, some balk that the art was so vile and reprehensible that it should not have been created in the first place and, in... Read more

Letter: Hillary is our best chance

While in the drug store I ran into an educator who worked back during the early 1970s when integration, despite the Brown v.... Read more

Letter: Case doggedly unfair

Recently in the CSRA a pit bull killed a woman. When an animal, domestic or feral, kills a person, the animal should be destroyed. That said... Read more

Letter: Both candidates flawed

Usually there’s not a dime’s worth of difference between presidential candidates, but this year things are different, as most are aware. We... Read more

Letter: Champ recalled fondly

The recent tragedy in Florida manifested the hatred and intolerance that still permeates our society. Almost overlooked is that Orange... Read more

Letter: Race drives disparities

Excuse me for not doing my civic duty of attending every town and county meeting, but most times they conflict with something already... Read more

Letter: America great? When?

Happy new year, if there is such a thing.

What is happiness? Where is it? What does it feel like? What color is it? There... Read more

Letter: The system is unfair

Immersed in today’s black frustration and protests in urban areas are large measures of injustice that have spread across America,... Read more

Letter: Discipline crossed the line

Back in the day, school disciplinarians whipped unruly students with impunity and immunity for disruptive behavior. Once the student got... Read more