We need new leaders in the upcoming elections, both in congress and the White House. The question remains: Who can we trust?’
I wanted to thank Tyler Estep for the well-written article about our friend Amadi Stephens (“Teen gets charged in wreck that killed father,” Aug. 8, 1A). The story stated the facts, but the compassion and understanding were evident.
My plea is that the electorate keeps these issues in mind in next years election.
We may disagree with one or more of the decisions in the three high profile cases but we have to accept them, as a result of our judicial system. Our judicial system is a pillar of our society without which our society would fall.
The STRAP program is great, but teaching students life skills shouldn’t hinge on them getting in trouble first.
A cool walk in the morning is the alternative to taking your dog with you and leaving it in a hot car.
I’m not a guilty person, but that doesn’t mean it’s right for the government to store information regarding by license plates for five years.
Yes, there was plenty of coverage of the royal birth. But maybe that wasn’t such a bad thing.
The penalties for passing a stopped bus should be even tougher than they now are.
When buying back-to-school items, or anything else, you should keep in mind how important it is to buy American.
President Obama’s speech in the wake of the George Zimmerman trial was a reminder that we all have fears.
When it comes to behavior, why can’t we all just learn to behave?
Kudos to Thomas Sowell for his take on the aftermath of the George Zimmeran trial.
The columns by Cal Thomas ("237 years of independence," July 4, 6A) andEsther Cepeda ("Revering the 'Star-Spangled Banner," July 4, 6A) both brought needed attention to our expanding lack of patriotism in this great country.
In reference to Esther Cepeda's column ("Revering 'The Star-Spangled Banner,'" July 4, 6A), I say thank you, kudos, accolades and hallelujah.
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