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Published December 18, 2007

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There are so many conflicts and controversies lately over coal fired power plants and the use of coal to produce electricity. We have been told by 2012 there will be severe shortages of electricity because not enough is being done now to open up new ...

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All Americans should be outraged because China did not allow USS Kitty Hawk into its port. Americans should not buy from China. Americans who buy from China are throwing gasoline into the mouth of a dragon that is awaking from a long, deep sleep. Chi...

Letter to the Editor: Bob Barker and animals


Dec. 12 was the birthday of beloved game-show host Bob Barker, who retired earlier this year after 50 years on television-35 of those spent as the master of ceremonies on The Price Is Right. ...

Letter to the Editor: Tobacco use and Mormons


As a young mayor in Alabama back in 1987, I attempted to enforce an 1896 state law that prohibited the sale of tobacco to minors. The only supporting religious letter I got wasn't from a local Southern Baptist member, but from a dear Mormon Church co...

Letter to the Editor: on Mitt Romney


Mitt Romney's recent attempts to conservative Christians he has changed his position on abortion and is now a good choice for president, are convincing when one takes into account his dramatic break away from the Mormon Church on the critical issue o...

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