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Published July 25, 2006

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Letter to the Editor: Children need good examples


"To help children make right choices, they need good examples. Athletics play such an important role in our society, but, unfortunately, some in professional sports are not setting much of an example. The use of performance-enhancing drugs like stero...

Letter to the Editor: Illegals voting in election


I read in the paper that illegals might have voted in the recent elections, and oh, what an outcry. But judging from the record low turnouts at the polls, I say let em. Someones got to make electoral decisions for us, since apparently, citizens don't...

Letter to the Editor: Disarming Citizens in Louisiana


In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, certain federal agencies confiscated the firearms of citizens of the State of Louisiana. This violated the Second Amendment, deprived these citizens of the right to keep and bear arms, and rendered them helpless agai...

Letter to the Editor: Driving the price of gasoline


Democrats have finally won and has succeeded driving the price of gasoline up at the pumps. They blocked the drilling of oil and gas in Alaska. Their thinking is that raising the price of gasoline at the pumps will force people in line at the gas sta...

Letter to the Editor: Denial about the Middle East


To those in denial as to what is going on in the Middle East and to those heaping scorn on Israel for the current crisis.

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