Letter To The Editor

Letter to the Editor

by author Peggy Charchol Dogs are my passion. Especially German Shepherd dogs. I have been raising and showing my dogs in the conformation ring for over 20 years. My dogs have been bought not only for companions, but for therapy dogs, service dogs, and even for detecting epileptic seizures before they happen. It is well…

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Letter to the Editor

by Norma Thompson Amendment II of the Constitution of the United States of America, “A well-regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” “The second Amendment addressed Whig fears of a professional standing army by guaranteeing the right…

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by Stephen Assenmacher To the Editor: High on opinion and very short on facts. That is the best way to describe the March 18, 2021 letters to the editor, both by the same person, that appeared in the Douglas County Herald. The facts are that Public Education has been doing a good job of educating…

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by Arthur A. Meyer I don’t know about you, but I am very tired of Congressman Jason Smith’s childlike behavior. I believe it’s time for him to grow up and put his big boy pants on. He seems to think his job is to complain and pout and denigrate and disparage anything that the new…

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Letter to the Editor – by Holly Bower

On January 14, 2021 in the Douglas County Herald, it was announced that the vaccinations would be coming soon. Just go online and register. Oh boy! I kind of thought it was a registry for all and that the powers to be would call and say where and when to report. It didn’t quite work…

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Letter to the Editor – by Beth McElvain

Dear Editor: Our public schools have been failing miserably since the Department of Education was instituted in 1979 by Jimmy Carter. This is not the teacher’s fault; this is the fault of the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. This state agency in collaboration with their federal counterpart have saddled every teacher with so…

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Letter to the Editor – by Ross McElvain

Dear Editor:   On Thursday, February 25, the State Representatives took a great step forward and narrowly approved a school choice bill called the “Missouri Empowerment Scholarship Accounts Program,” giving parents in large cities more options in how and where to educate their children. Ava public school will not qualify for this “scholarship tax credit…

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Letter to the Editor

I do not own the Douglas County Herald; I have no power to say what is published. However, as a DCH reader I do have my druthers. Those druthers were shaken by the new policy regarding “Letters to the Editor” that we saw in an article following “The Snoop” in the 29 October, 2020 edition;…

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Letter to the Editor

I heard on the news that the state of California said that all new cars was going to be electric by the year 2035. Joe Biden has said he wants all America to be electric. Don’t he know it takes gas or coal to make electric. Oh well, how can you think like what he…

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Letter to the Editor

Mr. Vinson, You say that my generation and the one before are looking for a country that controls us? Do you think that America in your youth didn’t control you? It did, you just didn’t realize it because you were brainwashed by a capitalist country, a democracy, with only a radio to tell you the…

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