Articles from the Letters section archive

Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015

Letter: Torture of 9/11 forgotten

Perhaps Mr. Martin could go to the Middle East as a goodwill ambassador. He could apologize for the terrible treatment the U.S. has inflicted upon them.
By John Sullivent

Sunday, Jan. 4, 2015

Letter: Protest warps kids' view

Lead - or move over so real leaders can rise.
By C. Lewis

Letter: Who fields complaints?

My own case is dust in the wind, but it doesn't need to be for those in the future.
By Darrell Henry

Saturday, Jan. 3, 2015

Letter: Income gap worrisome

A capitalist society must be guided by common sense and equal opportunity through better education for all.
By S.G. von Schweinitz

Friday, Jan. 2, 2015

Letter: 'Torture' is permissible

How far would you be willing to go to save lives? If you are not willing to go the distance, the nice guys die.
By Sam Arrington

Letter: Will new super succeed?

By moving Richmond from the bottom half of the state, she will become a transforming figure in this city's history.
By Barry Cook

Letter: Liberals helped more

After looking at it, liberalism doesn't seem to be all that bad.
By Jim McGaughy

Letter: Celebrate special house

It's been a cozy, comfortable haven for families for the past three decades, but our needs have outgrown our home on Greene Street.
By Betts Murdison

Wednesday, Dec. 31, 2014

Letter: Resolve to heal nation

True Christian ethics will give us both a moral compass we can all live by and a purpose behind our lives.
By Ronald Hall

Letter: Brave police smeared

I can see only anarchy taking over in this country when the police start resigning because of unjust contempt.
By Gregory J. Topliff

Letter: Show support for officers

People are asked to replace a blue light bulb as their porch light Jan. 1 to 7 to show support for our law enforcement officers.
By David G. Brown

Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2014

Letter: Jeb Bush in 2016? No

We have unfinished business about the criminality of the Iraq War.
By Victor J. Reilly

Letter: Officers acted superbly

The officers and the department chose to reach out to our young people in a positive manner.
By Paul C. Reviere

Letter: Rekindle Christmas spirit

We need to take better care of one another.
By Michael W. Culbertson

Letter: Don't discard moral code

Do we give in to our fears acting as cowards, or do we stand for those values that have made us great?
By Andy Reese

Sunday, Dec. 28, 2014

Letter: ACA benefits are hogwash

This Republican is gnashing his teeth alright, but not because my health care plan is affordable. Quite the opposite.
By John Glover

Letter: Don't let animals die

The Animal Services Department of Richmond County refuses to do what is readily possible to save and adopt out, rather than kill, homeless dogs and cats.
By Dalton E. Brannen

Saturday, Dec. 27, 2014

Letter: Thanks for moving carts

Why can't you return the cart to the store or place it in a holding area for the carts?
By Charles Slechta

Letter: Fund school basics first

I can't sit idly by and see my tax dollars spent to put computers in classrooms.
By Katherine L. Beck

Letter: Treat police with respect

I ask the national media to explain why they have been silent on the killing of an unarmed teenager in Salt Lake City by a police officer.
By James Lewallen
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