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Letters to the Editor 9-28-2022

Letter to the Editor: Speakers at the recent Border Education Summit talked about the Mexican-US open borders. First day in office, Biden signed an Executive Order (EO) that ended the emergency declaration on the border and halted any further border wall construction. Next border EO re-implemented the “catch and release” policy. The administration neglected to…

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Letters to the Editor 9-21-2022

Letter to the Editor: Congressman Mike Johnson has a good article on the topic of “the separation of church and state.” The term “separation between church and state” does not come from the Constitution, but from a personal letter that President Thomas Jefferson wrote to the Danbury Baptist Association in 1802. Jefferson wrote “the language…

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Letters to the Editor 9-14-22

Letter to the Editor: In the spirit of bi-partisanship here is a proposal suggested by ChazzBeau, veteran political insider, living in Denile, AK: If Donald should win the presidency in 2024 with his promise to pardon the Capitol vandals and police attackers–then, in the two plus months that Joe would still be president, he could…

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Letter to the Editor 8-17-2022

Letter to the Editor: So what exactly is in the book, “The Doctrine of the Lesser Magistrates?” According to Pastor Matthew Trewhella, “The doctrine of the lesser magistrates declares that when the superior or higher civil authority makes an unjust/immoral or decree, the lesser or lower ranking civil authority has both the right and duty…

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Letters to the Editor 8-10-2022

Letter to the Editor-Let’s talk about the Boomer generation You can’t hardly go a week about hearing or reading about the Boomer generation and its effects on society. When we were in our working years, there wasn’t any problems basically with the workforce related to shortages, lack of skills for the most part. I don’t…

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Letters to the Editor 8-3-2022

The Cost of Clean Water They’re not projects most people get excited about. But without upgrades to municipal wastewater treatment plants and Community Drinking Water systems, we’d be in trouble. In the 1800’s, illness from contaminated drinking water was a leading cause of death in Western Wisconsin and around the country. In my years supervising…

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Letters to the Editor 7-27-2022

Dear Editor: I am somewhat new to the Third Congressional District, so I have been paying close attention to the four candidates seeking to fill Ron Kind’s shoes. After the July 13 forum in Eau Claire last week, I narrowed it down to two: Brad Pfaff or Deb McGrath. Reading the news on July 14,…

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Letters to the Editor 7-20-2022

Dear Editor, friends and neighbors: My grandmother raised her children in The Great Depression of the 1930’s. She would say: “Use it up, wear it out, make it do, do without.” And so it is today as we deal with our changing automotive needs in a world threatened by a changing climate. It takes a…

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Letters to the Editor 6-29-2022

To the Editor: Recently there has been controversary about the lipid nanoparticle Covid vaccines.  Dr. Richard Urso (Co-founder, International Alliance of Physicians & Medical Scientists) stated “A normal vaccine stays in the arm, pretty much… 99.9 percent. … A large majority of the lipid nanoparticle does not stay in the arm.  In fact, we now…

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Letter’s to the Editor 5-25-2022

To the Editor: An urgent matter has risen, dealing with the World Health Organization (WHO).  In 2005, the US agreed to the WHO’s International Health Regulations (IHR).  Earlier this year, the US submitted a number of amendments to the IHR which overrides and supersedes the US Constitution and would give the WHO more power and…

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