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Letter to the Editor – Goss

Dear Editor: On page A-2 and again on B-2 of the Sept. 19, 2013 paper, there is a note claiming that the U.S. Constitution is the longest-enduring of any in the world. This is incorrect. The oldest constitution stilll in ...

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Letter to the Editor 9.26.2013

I commend Jean Scrivner for feeling compelled to comment on my Letter to the Editor of a few weeks ago.  She wondered where I get my information.  True, much of it does come from the Internet from sites that give ...

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Letter to the Editor 9.19.2013

I recently read the letter to the editor by Carol Boeddeker-Genet and found it very interesting not to mention the outrage I felt about what is happening in our country today; but wait… where were her facts coming from?   So ...

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Letter to the Editor: Debt

Dear Editor: Here are some interesting facts about the national debt from www.PresidentialDebt.org. Barack Obama increased the debt by $6,049,049,108,315 in 52 months. George Bush Jr. increased the debt by $5,017,588,850,915 in 8 years. Ronald Reagan increased the debt by ...

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Letter to the Editor – 1.31.2013

Dear Editor: Elected officials take an oath to uphold our Constitution that became the supreme law of the land (Art. 6). The Civil War amendments, 13, 14 and 15 guarantee that government of the people, by the people and for ...

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Letter to the Editor 1.24.2013

Dear Editor, When I read “THE SNOOP with KEITH MOORE,” In the January 17th issue of the Herald, I marveled that such an article was published! Keith Moore seems to be supportive of the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution ...

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Letter To The Editor

Recently, I was asked, “What does the town of  Ava have to offer?”   I thought of places to shop or eat, but I didn’t have an answer at that moment.   However, with recent events that have caused grief, pain and ...

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