Letters

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E-mail letters, August 1, 2011

By Staff

Seniors can help their grandchildren’s future It’s time to get in front of seniors and challenge them to educate themselves politically and do what’s right for their grandchildren in the next election. America’s debt ...


Printed letters, July 31, 2011

By Staff

Postal Service waste causes post office closings Here’s a news alert: The postmaster general is now saying that he will be closing over 3,000 post offices in the near future. The reason is that this last quarter they lost more than $2.2 ...


E-mail letters, July 29, 2011

By Staff

Obama et al. do not deserve praise Over the past several months Bill Grant has praised President Obama and Ken Salazar for their handling of the Gulf oil spill, removing some areas in Utah from energy exploration. They handled the spill like ...


E-mail letters, July 29, 2011

By Staff

Obama et al. do not deserve praise Over the past several months Bill Grant has praised President Obama and Ken Salazar for their handling of the Gulf oil spill, removing some areas in Utah from energy exploration. They handled the spill like ...


e-mail letters, July 28, 2011

By Staff

Loss of manufacturing jobs is America’s worst problem There are many contributory actions to our country’s financial downfall. We can certainly blame easy credit, wars, Wall Street, tax credits for corporate America, etc. But at ...


Printed letters, July 29, 2011

By Staff

There is a tendency to confuse the debt limit with the disaster of default. The debt limit represents the ceiling that the politician’s heads will bump against. It will prevent them from borrowing more money. Aug. 2 is when currently ...


E-mail letters, July 27, 2011

By Staff

Compromise, not power-seeking, is strength of our nation The current deficit fiasco is, simply put, a manifestation of the huge divide in American politics today. As a committed centrist, the weeks of finger-pointing between the parties ...


Printed letters, July 28, 2011

By Staff

Our president and congressmen are more interested in gaining a personal political advantage by playing “Mickey Mouse” with our debt ceiling than they are in the well being of our country’s financial integrity. Each side is ...


e-mail letters, July 26, 2011

By Staff

Don’t reduce debt by cutting elderly programs The President and Congress are now considering a deal to pay the nation’s bills that could cut billions from Social Security and Medicare benefits for today’s seniors. Some in ...


Printed letters, July 27, 2011

By Staff

Airport security decisions have huge consequences I would like to point out two errors in the July 22 editorial on the airport gate situation. Most important is that this fence did not start out as a security fence and then morph into an ...


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