An Open Letter to Trump Supporters in Indiana: Many are saying that it frankly doesn’t matter to you what is true and what is not about your candidate or anybody else. Maybe it’s because you think it is impossible to sort through all the information and misinformation to know which is which. I’m with you […]
This reflects Mr. Trump's decision making philosophy and his ability to process and learn from diverse opinions.
To the Editor: In response to the Trump Editorial and his response; I believe that rather than having an emotional response to an emotional reaction, that we should look to the core of the action here. A newspaper has the right and responsibility to report the news and to offer ( in its editorials) opinions […]
You independent voters need to realize that you have a (perhaps unwanted) responsibility to the young people of America.
The issues in this campaign should include the proper role of government, how to strengthen the middle class, giving everybody a fair shake, and getting the economy going again. It would be helpful if the media concentrated their attention accordingly.
Vote responsibly and be aware of clever advertising, marketing and media manipulation. Remember that no matter who is elected as the President this November, we will all still have to work and live together in a country where about half of us voted for that person and about half of us didn’t.
To The Editor: I find it difficult to understand why Democrats are so surprised by Scott Brown’s lead over Elizabeth Warren at this point in the campaign, which admittedly, has a long way to go. For me, she has hit all the wrong notes since announcing her candidacy for the Senate. Despite admirable work in […]
Obama’s popularity ratings continue to plummet. The passage of the health care and financial reform, which should have triggered celebration on the blue side of the aisle, don’t seem to be giving any up tick to the president’s PR position. The BP spill, and the administration’s glacial reaction to it, hasn’t helped the President’s cause […]
If there was some bit of ascertainable fact contained in an undisclosed official document that would unequivocally disqualify me from holding some public office, state or federal to which I had been elected, I could justly do one of two things. I could, either, publicly own up to the disqualifying fact and step down from […]
Even after it has passed I still get a lot of emails from readers dumbfounded readers who are in such disbelief that Congress was even trying to pass off on Americans even more socialized medicine than we already have. They are so shocked that not only had Congress rammed this abridgement of our liberties down […]
Thom Collier has proven that his campaign is truly “grassroots” by raising over $100,000 in his bid to become the Republican nominee for State Senate. Collier is also the first candidate in the race to cross the $100,000 milestone. Thom Collier has out-raised all three of his opponents COMBINED in the first 12 month period. […]