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Articles from the Letters section archive
Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016
Letter: Ballot is so depressing
Voting is my duty, but I will do it with a heavy heart.
By Molly C. Gray
Letter: Ruling encourages fraud
We must protect our electoral process at all costs despite the possibility of inconvenience.
By Jim Ball
Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2016
Letter: Encourage free expression
Freedom of speech and expression are among our most precious freedoms.
By G. Daniel McCall
Letter: One-party system coming
The Republican Party will continue its impotent whining and fade into history.
By Tedd Antonacci
Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016
Letter: Obama should butt out
I think you should expend your energies speaking out for more leadership in our own country and just let foreign countries solve their own issues.
By Robert Patrick
Letter: We must vote Republican
This is why we should not only elect Donald Trump, but re-elect U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson to the U.S. Senate and U.S. Rep. Rick Allen to the U.S. House.
By John Apostol
Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016
Letter: Hillary is our best chance
We do not seek the impossible. We only expect what is possible.
By Tunk Martin
Letter: NFL kneels are nonsense
I see these NFL players take a knee during the national anthem and I don't understand.
By Marion Shaw
Letter: Parkway lights wasteful
Oh well, it is Richmond County
By A.E. Waters
Friday, Sept. 16, 2016
Letter: Isakson has my vote
It is very clear to me that Isakson knows and understands the CSRA.
By Debbie McCord
Letter: Vote 'no' on amendment
Please scrutinize the OSD plan very carefully and then vote "no" on Nov. 8.
By Tracy E. Williams Jr.
Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016
Letter: America needs real leader
A real national and world leader must not only know to send our troops to squelch a world fire, but know how to use diplomacy to lead other nations involved.
By S.G. von Schweinitz
Letter: Keep sacred spaces sacred
Religious leaders can discuss issues that matter to their faiths, but they cannot tell the congregation for whom they should vote.
By Jan Parsons
Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2016
Letter: Brace for exciting Ironman
If you see an athlete sporting Ironman attire, I encourage you to greet him or her and applaud them in their efforts.
By Stacie B. Adkins
Letter: Sitting won't solve issues
If the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. were alive he could explain it much better than I can.
By Joseph Diggs, Sr.
Letter: Learn more about Civil War
For more information, one can contact our president by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
By Douglas D. Batchelor
Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016
Letter: VA ceremony touching
It was a solemn service recognizing our contributions, and very much appreciated by those in attendance.
By Walter V. Worsham III
Letter: McKee cartoon superb
I was starting to take it all too seriously, and we can use a laugh now and again.
By Steve Vaughn
Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016
Letter: Support school choice
It's past time for the American system of public education to be decentralized.
By Keith Shafer
Friday, Sept. 9, 2016
Letter: Who's being oppressed?
Mr. Kaepernick might want to go visit inner-city neighborhoods and see who really "oppresses" the black community.
By George J. Weber
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