|Published August 11, 2009|
Letter to the editor: GI Insurance should make a come back
The President should request Congress to pass a law copied after the G.I. insurance during World War II. This was a $10,000 life insurance for G.I.s killed or who died during the War. I received $400 back after the war for five years. At about $5...
Letter to the editor: Coal trucks cause damage to vehicle
In an effort to keep insurance costs low, in this economy, I adjusted my car insurance to a $500 deductible. It was therefore disappointing recently when I passed three separate coal trucks on I-70 (east of Salina), and one more on the road from ...
Letter to the editor: Beetle killed trees source of dismay
As I drive up the canyon on scenic SR-31 from Huntington its beauty is overshadowed by dead pine trees killed by uncontrolled pine beetles. I then wonder if our forests are managed or simply observed. The dead or dying trees might be removed for ...
Letter to the editor: Healthy Americans Act
For years now I have worked with my senate colleagues to create the Healthy Americans Act, a healthcare plan that would provide every American with affordable, private health insurance. Unfortunately, the Obama administration is wary of free mark...
Letter to the editor: Is this ordinance constitutional?
Welcome to the socialist republic of Emery County. Recently, on July 14 your Emery County Commissioners passed 135 pages of new restrictions, restraints, coercion, force, invasion of your privacy and removal of your property rights, giving county...
Letter to the editor: Global warming proponents use false temperature readings
For many years, thousands of scientists and other technical people have stated that humans do not cause global warming. Nature does.
Letter to the editor: Wilderness meeting attendance
We attended a local meeting in Emery County a couple of weeks ago. It is for the purpose of Emery County presenting their ideas towards their own wilderness bill, like Washington County did, rather than having SUWA and associates presenting their...
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April 25, 2011
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