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Letters To Editor

A lost vote

Dear Editor, This letter is to express our deep concern in regard to the recent election and how it was conducted with such fraud and disregard for the Constitutional right of the American people to choose their candidate without interference or fear of repercussion. This is the first ...

‘Perilous times’ ahead

Dear Editor, I always thought that 20/20 vision was a term of perfection. The term is used to express normal visual acuity, which is the clarity or how sharp your vision is, measured at a distance of 20 feet. As we near the end of the year 2020, it will be remembered as far from normal as ...

Counting the ways

Dear Editor: If unwell demand to be restored to the perfection from which you eminated. Perfection is the Constitution of the United States of America in conjunction with the States’ Constitutions. Said articles contaminated in process of U.S. Presidential, 2020, election, ongoing coup to ...

Outrage over Congress

Dear Editor, I am outraged that Washington politicians almost headed home for the holidays without passing any new COVID relief. For millions of Americans, this holiday season is looking like a nightmare. Millions of families are struggling to put food on the table this holiday season, and ...

Thompson’s lack of honor

Dear Editor: As a Republican who voted by mail, I am hurt and angry that my own congressman would try to take away my vote. Congressman Glenn Thompson sometimes cites his Eagle Scout background. When a scout loses a patrol leader election, the scout can run again in the next election. ...

His own worst enemy

Dear Editor, The fault, dear Trumpus, lies not in the stars, ’tis in yourself. Stars can mean fake news, election riggers, etc. My apology to the Shakespeare Club for revising the words of William. The line, “the fault, dear Brutus is not in our stars, but in ourselves ...” is ...

More points on park

Dear Editor, I enjoyed the well-written commentary in the Dec. 5 issue about Washington Park — and I both agree and disagree with some of the arguments of the writer. That is, with thousands of wild acres surrounding the town and the under-utilization of most of them, as well as the ...

Illness needs awareness

Dear Editor, Mental health has been evolving in the recent years. We know a lot more on mental illness than we used to. But is there more we could be doing to help? Crime and mental health can have a close connection to themselves. When we really start to think about why someone behaved ...

Readers Speak

Where’s the help? Dear Editor, I am outraged that Washington politicians may head home for the holidays without passing any new COVID relief. For millions of Americans, this holiday season is looking like a nightmare. Millions of families are struggling to put food on the table this ...

Christmas message lost

Dear Editor, I was listening to the song “It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas” and realized that the idyllic scenes that this song conjures up in the mind don’t exist. As I looked out my window here in the downtown area of Warren I saw a very different reality. I saw a ...

Support for responders

Dear Editor, The Warren Area Ministerial Association (WAMA), an organized fellowship of pastors, priests, and lay leaders in Warren County, would like to publicly express its support of and appreciation for the first responders in our community in these uncertain times. We know of the stress ...

New era for excuses

Dear Editor, President Trump has withstood an unprecedented onslaught of outrageous media propaganda, Congressional attempts to overthrow his administration, and sport and movie superstars kneeling to dishonor our president. The whining, wringing of hands and gnashing of teeth has been ...

It’s going too far

Dear Editor, The story goes that as delegates to the Constitutional Convention were leaving one day a woman asked Benjamin Franklin, “Doctor, what have we got? A republic or a monarchy?” He replied, “A republic if you can keep it.” The question now arises, are we finally losing the ...

One scary sight

Dear Editor, We all have so much on our minds these days, but we need to remember that school is in session and the school buses are running. I just witnessed what could have been a tragedy, as a motorist passed a stopped school bus which was about to let a precious little boy off to cross ...

Readers Speak

Business helps visitor Dear Editor, I wish I had been born in the days of the horse and buggy instead of the automotive era! That would explain why I feel a sense of pain whenever one of the symbols on my dashboard suddenly lights up. So imagine my despair when my check engine light came on ...

Readers Speak

Party doesn’t determine winner Dear Editor, I was reading the paper one morning regarding the election results and found it to be a sad continuation of the Republican efforts to upend the results of a free and fair election. Regardless of party affiliation, the results seem pretty ...

Unsure about change

Dear Editor, The virus likely cost President Donald Trump the election. Fair or not, crises usually hurt the incumbent. Trump’s correct actions included stopping flights from China, pushing the manufacture of masks and ventilators and sending the hospital ship to New York. There’s ...

We must help hungry

Dear Editor, I am very concerned about the increase in hunger during this pandemic. Less than half of families with children are “very confident” they can afford to put food on the table this holiday season according to the latest Census Bureau research. People are being forced to choose ...

His closing act

Dear Editor, Most of our country and the world has had enough of Oval Office Trump, his administration and certain elements of the Republican party. Former Vice-President Joe Biden is elected to be our next president. It’s time for Trump to quit sucking his thumb, throw away his security ...

Hospice grateful for heart

Dear Editor, Many things have changed for all of us since March. Hospice of Warren County understands the devotion of faithful followers during these trying times. Because our special recognition events were put on hold this year, we would like to take this alternative way to recognize all ...