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Solar eclipse filtering

Not mentioned in the interesting article about our upcoming solar eclipse is the awesome viewing of the eclipse in a natural setting where the sun’s rays are filtered through woodland coverage.

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Defining fascism

Dennis Prager’s editorials [June 7 and 14] state his belief that we are fighting a second civil war. I would respectfully suggest that Mr. Prager needs to research the definition of fascism.

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Respecting the president

I do find it interesting that letters are written about respecting the president. While I agree with the comments most are making, I would give them more support if these same people had written about President Obama.

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Dangerous philosophies

During Hillary Clinton’s time in the limelight, she put forth two philosophical premises that were ruinous to our country.

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Regarding the proposed Children’s Museum

I’m sure we, the taxpayers, will be told this is the Great Comprehensive Master Plan that the city of Lake Saint Louis overwhelmingly voted on. The only problem with the city’s master plan is that the residents weren’t given a fair chance.

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Respecting the president

One of these basic rights is our freedom of speech. But just because we may have the right to say something does not mean it is right to say it.

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Regarding Trump’s popularity

The bonds of association are no more apparent than those of political party loyalty. Members rationalize, defend and even laud the most aberrant of those with matching allegiance. And so it is with Dennis Prager.

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Of coal ash and floodplains

Thank you so much for publishing “Ehlmann calls St. Charles County ‘lucky’ in regard to spring flooding, tornado damage” [Mid Rivers Newsmagazine, May 17]. While St. Charles County was indeed lucky, I am very concerned what future flood events could mean for our region.

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Alzheimer’s awareness

Alzheimer’s disease is the only leading cause of death in the U.S. without a way to prevent, cure or even slow its progression. There is an urgent need to increase our nation’s awareness and investment in Alzheimer’s research funding.

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