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Dear Editor, Responding with Actions To Famous Quotations “I Have A Dream” Martin Luther King. “Success is not final, failure is not fatal” Churchill. “Ask not what your country can do for you. But ask what you can do for your country” President Kennedy. King Louis 16th of France and his wife Marie Antoinette were […]

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Dear Editor, Simply and bluntly put, Obama and Kerry’s “deal” with Iran sucks. It gives away to Iran the only leverage we had to slow their development of nuclear weapons and Iran is already denying that the “agreement” says what the American public are being told it says. I strongly encourage you to reject this […]

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President Obama went on national TV this week to allay fears that our government was over reaching in collecting data from American citizens, along with foreigners, to protect us from terrorists attacks. He is getting the expected criticism from both sides that he either went too far, didn’t go far enough, or basically did nothing. […]

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Dear Editor, The SCOTUS deciding to hear the case regarding recess appointments is very welcome. But it is NOT nearly enough. There is a much bigger issue in play here, and one that demands resolution by the court. That issue is the Separation of Powers so (seemingly) clearly defined in our Constitution. Congress is constitutionally […]

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The Word Transcendence and its Place in World Government One definition of the word transcendence is “The state of excelling, surpassing, or going beyond usual limits”. In human behavior we think of transcendence as progressing from the infant state where the infant thinks only of its individual needs, and demands immediate attention from parents for […]

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Dear Editor, I am responding to an article that appeared in your newspaper on January 5 submitted by Dr J.B. Hardgroder. I very much enjoy reading Dr. Hargroders articles. I would agree with him politically and philosophically about 98 percent of the time. But, I must take exception to this particular article. The two objections […]

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Dear Editor, Christmas, Christians, and other Religions; or those with no Religion: Some describe a fine line principle as the small difference that sometimes separates what is good from what is evil, or what is right from what is wrong. A word such as “Pogrom” sounds much like Program, and could easily be confused when […]

Shutdown was Pointless

Dear Editor, I’m sure that I’m not the only one who sees the irony in this. We saw a partial government shutdown a few months ago and for what? Nothing but an effort by Republicans to delay the implementation of Obamacare, which is profoundly unpopular with the American public and becoming more so. Polls indicate […]

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Dear Editor, Perhaps the greatest temptation towards idolatry is to worship and serve self. Though few will admit idolizing self. We find that the evidence shows otherwise. As far back as Adam and Eve, we see that the human tendency is to desire to be our own god. And Satan’s tactics have not changed; he […]

Resident Discusses Military

To the editor, A recent headline of the Town Talk newspaper, 29 Nov. 2013. “Cuts could close commissaries”. The proclamation is the first shot over the bow, but only one of many affecting our U.S. Military. I wonder how this will affect Fort Polk, which is in the process of constructing a new multi-million dollar […]

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