On Jan. 17, The Journal ran a letter about the cost of the new American Embassy in Mexico City.
My letter is in response to professor M.Y. Zaki and his case convincing people to privately invest their Social Security instead of leaving it with the government as guaranteed income. This is my “real life” perspective.
The letter below was originally sent to Rep. Jeff Duncan.
No wonder why we are $20 trillion in debt.
A recent letter questioned why the historic tenets of the Republican Party are now those advocated by Democrats.
Are you a “D” or an “R”? Once upon a time, one was much more like the other.
Not being a Republican or Democrat — not a conservative or liberal (just an independent) — it is fascinating what has transpired since the election.
I want to establish where I am coming from before I begin. I had a firm belief well before all the electioneering began that our government had failed.
We are standing at the crossroads with weighty decisions on our shoulders to determine what kind of country we will be.
The once charming and quaint Clemson downtown is systematically being replaced of towers of ugly wooden boxes.
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