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Letter to the editor: Trump supports Shuster in 9th District Letter to the editor: Trump supports Shuster in 9th District
18 weeks ago -
The race in the 9th Congressional District has been intense this year. Congressman Shuster won the primary over Mr. Halvorson by a slim margin, but he won fair and square. [Read More]
Letter to the editor: Enough is enough Letter to the editor: Enough is enough
18 weeks ago -
It is easier than ever these days to find people who are dissatisfied with the way that the government functions at all levels. [Read More]
Letter to the editor: Econ 101: Profit equals jobs Letter to the editor: Econ 101: Profit equals jobs
18 weeks ago -
In a free society, profit is not a dirty word. Profit is not only incentive to the entrepreneur, it is the fuel that produces growth, and with growth comes job creation. [Read More]
Political letters deadline set Political letters deadline set
18 weeks ago -
Tuesday, Oct. 25, at 5 p.m. is the deadline to submit letters related to the Nov. 8 general election. [Read More]
Letter to the editor: A call to action on Indiana schools Letter to the editor: A call to action on Indiana schools
18 weeks ago -
In an Oct. 11 Indiana Gazette article, Doug Steve, Indiana Area school board president, is quoted as referring to the citizens who oppose the closing of two borough elementary schools and replacing them with approximately $30 million in new construction as “a minority.” [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Democrats must not vote straight ticket Letter to the Editor: Democrats must not vote straight ticket
19 weeks ago -
Democrats, beware of the wolf in sheep’s clothing — Art Halvorson. Beware of the pretender — Art Halvorson, who has claimed the label of “Democrat” in the 9th Congressional District but who is a tea party Republican on steroids! [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Help rescue America Letter to the Editor: Help rescue America
19 weeks ago -
Who voted to spend $7.2 billion on Amtrak? To increase the debt limit five times? To increase the EPA budget by $250 million? Who voted to revive the EX-IM Bank and to give $300 million to Planned Parenthood? And finally, who passed his lobbyist girlfriend’s legislation? [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Troubling comments Letter to the Editor: Troubling comments
19 weeks ago -
I’m troubled by Hillary Clinton’s statement concerning her longtime interest in children: “Every child should have the opportunity to live up to their God-given potential — no matter where they’re born or to whom they’re born.” [Read More]
Letter to the editor: No basis in fact for salary comparisons Letter to the editor: No basis in fact for salary comparisons
19 weeks ago -
Friday’s Indiana Gazette story (“Faculty, PASSHE Remain Far Apart”) quoted Ryan P. Aument, a state senator and member of the PASSHE Board of Governors, as stating that state system faculty are “among the highest paid in the nation. [Read More]
Letter to the editor: A bitter pill to swallow Letter to the editor: A bitter pill to swallow
19 weeks ago -
I find it difficult to believe there has not been an outcry from Indiana School District taxpayers about the school board’s decision supporting what has been called the “two-school solution.” [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Stop this crazy train Letter to the Editor: Stop this crazy train
19 weeks ago -
Indiana school board President Doug Steve dismisses opposition to the board’s plans to close and build elementary schools as a minority view (“Elementary realignment moves ahead,” Tuesday’s Indiana Gazette). [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Clinton has right experience, toughness Letter to the Editor: Clinton has right experience, toughness
19 weeks ago -
When people talk about the presidential race, they sometimes say neither major candidate is a great choice. I could agree if I were voting for a simpler job, perhaps on the level of a state governor. But the job of president requires a different breed of cat. [Read More]
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