Letters to the Editor

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Going on a friends boat or perhaps your own you will no doubt put on a life jacket, why, to make your chances of survival more secure should a problem arise.

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Our governor and others have ruined our economy, over reacting to the pandemic. The small business owner and the church have suffered the most, you blame the president for this problem, when in essence it is each and every states governors who are to blame. Small business owners have closed …

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I learned a new term today... "long-haulers." Long-haulers are defined as COVID-19 infections in which the person is hospitalized and suffers lasting physiological damage. A recent study in England showed that 74% of those hospitalized for a median period of 5 days (and recovered to testing …

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America's founders never believed that rights and freedoms were a government process but rather were God-given. Our constitution was clear that government, laws, courts, and morality were all grounded in a Creator's belief. These held that the primary function of government is to protect tho…

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Just a few questions for your readers to think about: Can a Republican win an election without appealing to fear? Why are white people so afraid of racial unity? According to Proverbs 6:16 - 19 bearing false witness is a sin. Is it a sin when a person knowingly tweets or retweet’s a message …

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I am beyond disgusted this morning after hearing the news yesterday that our president knew early on how dangerous and contagious the coronavirus would be. For anyone who might want to apply the “fake news” label to this story, listen to the audio recording of Trump’s remarks to writer Bob W…

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Let's take a look at the blue crystal ball and see what possible plans the Democratic leaders and their obsessed power and control backers could be planning.

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From President Trump’s own mouth, "this is a deadly virus and it is airborne transmitted" and a “tricky one." He knew this in February 2020 and told it to Bob Woodward during a recorded interview.

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In a classroom back in the days when there were classrooms, a teacher asked its students: “What is the greatest discovery, or invention, in the history of mankind?"

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You may have heard about the missing children found in Georgia. Over a period of two weeks, a mix of agencies, spearheaded by US Marshals, located 39 missing children in Operation Not Forgotten. 15 were victims of trafficking, 1 was a victim of parental kidnapping, and the rest were runaways…

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It wasn't long ago that Fayette County was controlled by the Democratic Party. That time is no more. The Republicans only once in my memory held a county row office other than a minority seat as a Fayette County Commissioner. Approximately 5 years ago registered Democrats outnumbered Republi…

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The new section of Route 21 just finished between Revere and the Footdale intersection is a very bad job. It reminds me of the rides at Kenneywood -- rock-n-roll and dips and bumps.

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“True leadership requires a team. A team of leaders. A team of followers. All Americans, red or blue, black or white, man or woman, traditional or not, are on the team, in some important manner or way.

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The following statement is making its rounds in the press, but few are taking issue with the logical fallacy in the first phrase “Any reasonable person knows that legalizing recreational marijuana would lead to massive increases in government spending on human service and public safety initi…

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As one of your commissioners, I see firsthand the immeasurable impact federal and state funding has on Fayette County. That is why it’s so important for all citizens to participate in the ongoing 2020 Census.

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August 31 was designated as International Overdose Awareness Day, which raises awareness to the use of illegal drugs and the destructive effects on the user and his/her family and friends. Thousands of people die each year from overdoses, and education and awareness to prevent these deaths a…