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Baltimore mom

We have all seen the Baltimore mother who chased her son home after seeing him among the rioters. Good for her.

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Educate, don’t erase Missouri’s history

Mayor Francis Slay’s misguided attempt to rewrite the history of our nation, our state, and our city by either removing the Confederate Memorial in Forest Park or making some sanctimonious gesture to change its inscription will achieve nothing.

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To the Editor

I always read the letters to the editor in your newsmagazine but didn’t know you were at a loss for filling your in-box. So, since you asked for more letters, here it is. Consider this the first in a series of common sense ideas to get the federal government on the right track. Let’s start with Social Security.

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Thomas Sowell – Race, Politics and Lies

Thomas Sowell

Among the many painful ironies in the current racial turmoil is that communities scattered across the country were disrupted by riots and looting because of the demonstrable lie that Michael Brown was shot in the back by a white policeman in Missouri — but there was not nearly as much turmoil created by the demonstrable fact that a fleeing black man was shot dead by a white policeman in South Carolina.

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Another disappointing school board election

To the Editor: Once again the NEA has managed to hi-jack the county school board elections. My belief is a candidate must be liberal and support the NEA’s doctrine to get their endorsement. Convicted felon? That’s OK as long as he meets the criteria. The NEA has managed to stack every school board in the county with liberal-leaning people. How ...

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A call to action

To the Editor: Attention PWSD #2 customers, your sewer bills will be going up in the near future. If this is a concern, please come to the next two or three monthly meetings. Very soon the PWSD #2 will be deciding on either a heavy maintenance lift station system or a low maintenance gravity repair or replacement. This will be ...

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Timely health care for all 

Recognizing nothing can be simple in our lives, our country or the world, at times what may appear to be an overly simplistic approach to a problem could lead to a logical, efficient solution.

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