A heartfelt thank you to Norm Cannada for his reflections in “A special brand of patriotism” in Wednesday’s Opinion section.
Editor: I used to write occasionally about political issues, however, I’ve stopped. Several reasons for this.
Editor: Do I believe in the existence of the supernatural? Yes I do, and no doubt so do most of you.
Editor: Dr. Billy Campbell’s free prescription for the first step in beating an addiction is for me to admit I have a problem!
Editor: For decades, Republicans have believed that the best way to stimulate our U.S. economy is to inject tax breaks and other incentives into the supply side.
Editor: Some of your readers often claim that Fox News is the most watched news channel on television.
Editor: In July, we registered with a travel company for a trip to Croatia in September.
Editor: I want to thank Woody Locke for the pointer about watching Fox News, but I have watched regularly since the network came on the air.
Me, Woody Locke, mourning Hillary’s loss last year?
Editor: Another “nut-job” shoots up a concert and the first, and apparently only, thing people think of is banning guns.
Editor: It is so sad to see someone still openly mourning Hillary Clinton’s loss last year. … Woody, you need to move on.
Editor: I’m almost 70 years old and I’m still learning.
Editor: Congress allowed the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) to expire Sept. 30, which provides health insurance to 9 million American children.
Editor: Former Rep. Jason Chaffetz said on Fox News yesterday that he had repeatedly asked Attorney General Jeff Sessions to indict Hillary Clinton. He was advised that Hillary would not be indicted.