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Letters To Editor

League can play politics

Dear Editor, This morning (Oct. 8) I read the front page article “League of Women Voters celebrates 100 years.” Reading the glowing article about what the League stands for, I decided to check for more information on the organization. I “Googled” LWV and up came Wikipedia. The ...

Party on hold till 2021

Dear Editor, The Exchange Club of Warren and The Warren Rotary Clubs regretfully announce that due to the COVID-19 virus we will not be having our Annual Turkey Party this year. We would like to thank our past grand sponsors: Warren Times Observer, The Eagles Club of Warren, United ...

Readers Speak

‘Slide’ begins with Trump Dear Editor, When the leader of our nation mocked a former Prisoner of War and disrespected the Gold Star parents of a fallen soldier, he showed not only America, but the entire world, that he is person without a moral compass and without empathy for anyone, ...

Fix the flaws in system

Dear Editor: I have a few thoughts. First, enough of stuffing the Supreme Court. The court exists, right, as the supreme arbiter of disputes. We want it to make fair, impartial, reasoned, decisions. That is not what happens when we stuff it with political hacks instead of the best, ...

Taking the high road

In line with the nationally recognized Truck Driver Appreciation week, Crossett Inc. dedicated a week in September to showing our appreciation to professional drivers. The week was spent preparing and serving a hot meal each day for drivers to enjoy each day morning, noon or night to ...

Readers Speak

Choose your vote properly Dear Editor: You know God is a Democrat or else he would not have made them. If it were a Republican, there would be no Dems. Why? It is truly alarming the fragile immaturity of those who support Joe Biden for president. Said supporters do not know their ...

Readers Speak

Trump knows when to get tough Dear Editor, Statistics I’ve seen show the United States with 20% of the world’s COVID-19 cases with 5% of the population. Joe Biden’s numbers were slightly off as he used them as a criticism of President Trump’s handling of the virus. We were ...

Vote more is than one issue

Dear Editor, Americans today are sharply divided. This division rests not so much on our differing political views or even on the moral directives these views rest on but on our individual interpretations of the moral directives we accept and follow. Overall, we are in an epic tug-of-war in ...

Covering all bases

Dear Editor, Regarding the letter in Tuesday’s paper (Oct. 13), the writer claimed that only 25 percent or less of the shoppers in major stores were wearing masks. I was in Walmart that afternoon and only saw five people without masks — two young men in their 20s, two men in their 40s and ...

Difficult choices

Dear Editor, I wrote before about not voting. This is a very different election over the usual cases. You have two candidates that most people do not want to see get the presidency. Yet we are told that we should vote. To me, that sounds hypocritical. That is like putting two rotten ...

Putting our country first

Dear Editor, In the name of the Divine Providence under whose protection our founding fathers relied upon when writing the declaration of independence in 1776, and, for our own sake in this crisis we find ourselves, let us turn back from our present political course. Let us hold up a new ...

Stamp of disapproval

Dear Editor, I took my mail-in ballot to the post office one morning and requested it be “kept local” as I have done many times before, including the spring primary. The reason I do this is because I have had first class mail take two months to make the round trip to Pittsburgh! On ...

Readers Speak

The United States Needs A Fighter Dear Editor: Donald Trump is a fighter! He fights “tooth and nail,” sometimes not even waiting for his opponent to finish speaking. That is what I like about him! Our nation is being lured by the left toward socialism and we are in a desperate battle to ...

Readers Speak

Opposing hasty process Dear Editor, The League of Women Voters of Warren County joins our national headquarters in calling for “a Supreme Court confirmation process that builds trust in our system and ensures an independent judicial branch.” In 2016, the United States Senate believed ...

Readers Speak

‘Failure’ in policy Dear Editor, The Democrats are leading this country into socialism. Where will our money go if they get control? A helping hand to our citizens is fine; taking care of those who wait for handouts is undesirable. Thomas Jefferson, a Founding Father and principle ...

Readers Speak

Circling back on hotel Dear Editor, This is in reference to recent now secret meeting about possible hotels that have already been studied and will not benefit the city. Someone here must have their hand in the cookie jar because why else are we being force fed this hotel? Lord knows the ...

Readers Speak

Stolen chainsaw has flaws Dear Editor, This is to the person who removed the Stihl chainsaw from my garden shed. I’d first like to start by letting you know that I have been having a little trouble with the throttle sticking, so you will probably want to keep an eye on that when you ...

Cause and effect

Dear Editor, If Donald Trump wins the election, the system is not rigged. If Joe Biden wins the election, it was rigged. If everyone voted by machines, and Trump lost, the machines were rigged. If voting by mail and Trump lost, there was fraud. Only if Trump wins is there no fraud and ...

Sticking to the facts

Dear Editor, We are making history! It is doubtful that any of our names will be in the history books, but our decisions will be. Therefore, it is important to make the right decisions. How do we do that? Traditionally, we would first, define the issue or problem. Then, gather related ...

Readers Speak

Pray for our country Dear Editor, During these troubled times, we all look for the reasons why we are so afflicted. We begin to blame anyone and everything for these problems. However, we must not forget to look to ourselves and the part we may have played in this present day state of ...