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Letters To Editor

A matter of trust

Dear Editor, For years my mom was Judge of Election for Warren’s old Fifth Ward. She was really proud to be able to serve her community that way. The entire team was dedicated to fairness, accuracy, and timely reporting of results. Every vote was sacred. Responsibility was ...

Perspective with news

Dear Editor, When the news broke about New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo been placing people with the virus into nursing homes, I placed a subscription to the newspaper thinking I’d read about these terrible events. But not a peep of it appeared in the paper — even after Cuomo admitted it, ...

Small enemy, big impact

Dear Editor, As published, the average size of the COVID-19 virus is (0.125 micron). One micron is “one millionth of a meter” or (0.000039 inch). Since the average virus is 0.125 micron, or one eight of a micron, that puts its average size at (0.0000049 inch). We’re all familiar with ...

Thompson disappoints

Dear Editor: Taxation without representation is tyranny. Taxation with representation by Glenn Thompson ain’t no better. Glenn Thompson should tender his resignation. He has shown his contempt for our democratic system by his refusal to accept the results of the November election, and ...

Thinking outside box

Dear Editor, I’ve spent the last four years closely observing the Trump cult. It is obvious to myself and most rational folks that Donald J. Trump is the worst-case scenario that has ever been foisted on our nation. We are now in the process of a drastic do-over to correct the most ...

Shoe’s on other foot

Dear Editor, A blanket often brings a warm and fuzzy image to our minds. Lately, however, there is a blanket that, instead of bringing warmth, is leaving those it covers chilled to the bone. A blanket of evil oppression is quickly covering our land and is threatening to crush millions of ...

What others say

Dear Editor, The following came from a newspaper from Prague, Czech Republic. Quote: “The danger to America is not Joe Biden, but a citizenry capable of entrusting a man like him with the presidency. It will be easier to limit and undo the follies of a Biden presidency than to restore ...

Readers Speak

Let healing begin Dear Editor, This is a response to the editorial (Dec. 11) that President-elect Biden must start the healing process “ending the fierce, sometimes vicious, partisanship that seems to rule Washington.” Biden, however, has started the literal healing process by ...

‘Party politics’ problems

Dear Editor, The election for president is over and we still feel a need to express anger toward Donald Trump. He never was given a fair chance from the start and some just can’t let it go. In one of the latest exhibits of total frustration, we who have joined the Republican party for ...

Country in ‘madness’

Dear Editor: The Washington Post’s satirical political cartoon about the “Republican Rats” should serve as a warning to all conservatives, political and religious. This was the exact same hate propaganda of Nazi Germany toward the Jews pre World War II. The fake news continues ...

Showing true colors

Dear Editor, The writing was on the wall. He is what he is ... A lying, cheating, stealing, godless, gutless, gritless, clueless, shiftless, chauvanist, racist, sexist, facist, twisted Twittering twit. And a ranting, raving lunatic. It is what it is ... until it is not Jan. ...

Homeless problems here

Dear Editor, Recently, I have become acutely aware of the needs of those who find themselves homeless. I’m sure we don’t see them readily sleeping in parks or boxes like in the big cities. Make no mistake, there are homeless here in our city of Warren. Often they’re living in ...

‘Traitors’ did damage

Dear Editor, Enough! President Trump supporters, this is on you. If you have urged those who defiled the seat of our government, accomplishing nothing but damage and horror, this is on you. These aren’t patriots; they’re traitors. The world is appalled at what we have done to ...

U.S. ‘sadness’ from 2020

Dear Editor, Happiness and sadness occur every year. In 2020, due to the virus, happiness was compromised and sadness deepened. About half of us are unhappy with the election. I, and others, have stated correct reasons for our concerns. Before that George Floyd was brutally murdered by ...

Homeless problems here

Dear Editor, Recently, I have become acutely aware of the needs of those who find themselves homeless. I’m sure we don’t see them readily sleeping in parks or boxes like in the big cities. Make no mistake, there are homeless here in our city of Warren. Often they’re living in their ...

‘Traitors’ did damage

Dear Editor, Enough! President Trump supporters, this is on you. If you have urged those who defiled the seat of our government, accomplishing nothing but damage and horror, this is on you. These aren’t patriots; they’re traitors. The world is appalled at what we have done to ...

U.S. ‘sadness’ from 2020

Dear Editor, Happiness and sadness occur every year. In 2020, due to the virus, happiness was compromised and sadness deepened. About half of us are unhappy with the election. I, and others, have stated correct reasons for our concerns. Before that George Floyd was brutally murdered by ...

Sore losing

Dear Editor, My friends and I played enough sports in our life to fully understand and accept winning and losing. When we were very young a loss brought tears to our eyes. A few years later a loss resulted in a sulk, and some years later it was pure anger when we lost a game. In our late ...

Avoiding disaster

Dear Editor, Can you imagine what would’ve happened if President Donald Trump had prevailed and gotten governors, electoral representatives or the Supreme Court to nullify 20,000,000 voters and declare himself Dictator or Supreme Leader of the United States? We would no longer be a ...

A distorted country

Dear Editor, Sociopaths do not make good presidents. The sociopath’s world centers around his skewed perception of reality. The sociopath creates alternative facts to support his alternative reality. How so, let me list a few examples. 1) exaggerated inauguration crowd size 2) the ...