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Sexual harassment did not cost Hillary the election

Dear Editor, Just when I thought I had heard every excuse for Mrs. Clinton’s loss a year ago, I am proved wrong. In light of the recent sexual harassment allegations, Ms. Jill Filipovic, a contributing op-ed writer for the New […]

Sexual harassment did not cost Hillary the election

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Dear Editor, Just when I thought I had heard every excuse for Mrs. Clinton’s loss a year ago, I am proved wrong. In light of the recent sexual harassment allegations, Ms. Jill Filipovic, a contributing op-ed writer for the New […]

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Letter to the Editor: The Big Debacle

A never ending conversation continues to occur without resolution that has plagued, state government administrators and educators across, the United States! The big debacle is how to properly compensate

Letter to the Editor: Best reason to keep the Electoral College

Dear Editor, Last week The New York Times ran yet another editorial demonizing the Electoral College. Apparently, the 2016 election is still being contested. The Electoral College is tied to the

Letter to the Editor: Sen. Cardin is owned by the sugar cartels

Dear Editor, Senator Benjamin Cardin (D-MD) is in the pocket of the nation's beet and cane sugar cartels! Cardin continually votes to maintain the U.S. Sugar program. Why? It is

Letter to the Editor: A World with No Weapons

As an extension of what was printed of ours in the Las Vegas Review-Journal the day after the massacre, enclosed is a broader statement of our 30 years' long attitude towards weapons

Letter to the Editor: Robots taking jobs; Reader sounds off

Dear Editor, The AP syndicated article "Fear of robots taking jobs spurs a bold idea:  guaranteed income" compelled a response. This "bold idea” entails yet another tax on Hawaii’s already

Letter to the Editor: Confederate statues on the run

I continue to be baffled by the late night romp of Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh to purge downtown Baltimore of a few lonesome Confederate statues. On a scale of

Special Medal available to American Veterans of World War II

Dear Editor, Since 2014 the government of France has been awarding their highest medal, the Legion of Honor to veterans that fought to liberate France during the World War II. Many

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How to be safe with fireworks this 4th of July

To the Editor, Phantom Fireworks hopes everyone enjoys a wonderful family Independence Day holiday, and, if you use consumer fireworks, please use them safely.  There is no good consumer fireworks

Who can afford to work and pay for daycare costs?

Dear Editor, Should mothers be excluded from the workplace? That’s essentially what our society is saying with childcare costs so high. In Washington, D.C., a year of infant care in a

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