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Articles from the Letters section archive
Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016
Letter: Trump should bow out
Hillary Clinton has much baggage, but at this point, as a father and an American, I must vote against a disgusting excuse for a man.
By David G. Priessman
Letter: Smart choice is clear
The critical and smart choice is to vote for the non-politician Donald Trump (regardless of his faults) and the Republicans.
By Ralph White
Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2016
Letter: Appreciate our officers
Are you willing to join the two of us? I know your heart will be rewarded by this simple 50-cent gesture as you hand a card to those in blue.
By Diane Forrester
Letter: Nation deserves better
Her despicable behavior shows contempt for the laws we all swore to uphold.
By Jim Ball
Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2016
Letter: What difference, Hillary?
The media continue to ignore the multiple unscrupulous and perhaps illegal words and acts of Hillary Clinton.
By Paul C. Reviere
Letter: Trump foes hypocritical
She is a user and a taker - unlike Trump, who will leave what he built behind for generations to see.
By Gregory J. Topliff
Monday, Oct. 10, 2016
Letter: Support palliative care
Ask U.S. Reps. Jody Hice and Rick Allen and U.S. Sens. Johnny Isakson and David Perdue to support PCHETA.
By Ralph Stewart
Letter: Clinton unfit for office
If you are too young to have lived through these decades, you are not informed. Young or older like me, everyone needs to be aware that Hillary Clinton truly is unfit to be president.
By Don Garman
Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016
Letter: Part of veto story untold
In fact his veto was meant to protect Americans from similar lawsuits.
By David Lorenzatti
Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016
Letter: Vote Trump, real change
I am voting for Trump because I believe it is time to stop letting these holier-than-thou politicians ruin the country that I love, and I am ready for change - real change.
By Harvey Woods
Letter: City bullying businesses
Whom are they hurting, and to what end? To have a new monument to put their names to? I say not so fast.
By Teri Sullivan
Friday, Oct. 7, 2016
Letter: Seek common ground
I urge everyone to attend future events like these, and work every day at treating others the way you want to be treated.
By Dennis Sodomka
Thursday, Oct. 6, 2016
Letter: Election to decide control
If we ignore history, then we will repeat the mistakes.
By Chuck Tatum
Letter: Minorities being held back
The instability in our minority communities must be healed from within, but with leadership from the top without fail.
By S.G. von Schweinitz
Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2016
Letter: War sunk us into debt
Whom can I vote for?
By Leonard Sienkiewicz
Letter: Don't imagine new evils
Might we agree that seven deadly sins are enough?
By G. Daniel McCall
Letter: Media against Trump
So much for a free and independent press.
By Daniel Filippelli
Monday, Oct. 3, 2016
Letter: Social discord repeating
Are we witnessing a newer version of the social discord that we witnessed in the 1960s?
By George J. Weber
Letter: Ambulance service superb
We at St. John Towers are very thankful for them.
By Greg Capers
Letter: Put America first again
Trump has a solid plan to fix our economy and put Americans to work for American companies.
By Jane Page Thompson
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