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To the editor, Now with the November 3rd election nearing we ask ourself who will be elected President of this great country. We ask ourself who are these two men seeking to be our president for the next four years. Who are these two men wanting to be the next Commander in Chief of our country? When you travel around the states you see yard signs, and very large display signs of each of these candidates, but do we the people really know who they are, and if elected will they fight to save our democracy as we know it?. ... more
To the editor, Regarding Ms. Adcock’s October 10 letter to the editor, I want to address two of the many issues with which I disagree. First, in June of 2017 Senator Kamala Harris joined the unanimous vote for a resolution marking the 50th anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem.  Included In this resolution was the moving of the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.  Joe Biden held no office during this time.  However, Joe Biden did vote for the measure in 1995 when he was a Delaware Senator, and he has stated that if elected president he would keep the embassy in Jerusalem.. ... more
To the editor, As the general election draws near the confusion grows deeper.  I listen to all the dour faced pundits and doomsayers and have reached a conclusion:  the Democrats have absolutely no agenda to offer America on which to base their aspirations for gaining control of the US. ... more
To the editor, I, for one am sick of liberals Monday morning quarterbacking on Covid-19. Nobody in the liberal camp wants to look at the timeline of what was known when. We were getting mixed information from the World Health Organization (WHO). In fact, WHO was covering up for China. ... more
To the editor, Early voting has started. I hope everyone will go vote and vote early. This is our opportunity to take our country back. The far-right Republicans has held our country hostage for to long. This is the year we can clean house as my mother used to say. Not only do we need to replace Trump, but we do not need to send Trump and his trolls back to Congress. We do not need to send Bill Hagerty to Congress. We have enough far right radicals in government already... more
To the editor,     Beyond all the back-and-forth, the bitterness and arguments, disagreements and passionate vitriol that seem to be in play right now, there is one truth that all sides can agree on: Elections have Consequences.     We are in the midst of an historic set of crises, any one of which could damage our society irreparably. ... more
To the editor, On Monday (9/28/2020) I mailed my absentee ballot to the Coffee County Election Commission as I wanted to make sure my votes would be counted. Now with having said that I would urge and like to see every registered voter vote when the early voting starts on October 14, 2020. ... more
To the editor, This letter is to address an ad which was run in the Oct. 3rd. issue of the Times Gazette, page 12A.  That ad seems to imply that if you have social security or medicare, you should thank a democrat. What the democrats actually (gave) you was (another) pay-roll check deduction, allowing you to give yourself social security and medicare. If you find this hard to believe, just look at your next paycheck stub... more
To the editor, Tuesday’s ad by the Democrat Party is laughable! Instead of touting their candidate’s accomplishments, they had to go back to 1935 for Social Security establishment and 1966 for Medicare establishment. Voters want to know what your candidate’s policies are now. ... more
To the Editor, First of all, my boyfriend, Jacob Bartlett, and myself are not anti-police and we do not support the defund the police movement. Secondly, I would not say Jacob was heavily intoxicated. We were grilling outside because we both had the day off and both had two or three mixed drinks. Jacob never resisted police after he was handcuffed... more
To the editor, Mr. Fanning's piece in the Opinion section of the paper is nothing but rhetoric. The Trump presidency will go down in history as a great presidency. The impeachment will go down as a partisan effort by Democrats to take out a duly elected president. There were so many fraudulent episodes with that impeachment it's hard to know where to start... more
To the editor, I am a mother of five children. Three are veterans. I am saluting all veterans even the "losers and suckers" who died while serving our country in the military. May God forever bless you for attempting to make our country safe. Thank You! That's what makes America Great and not to be belittled or use malicious, cutting words to smear or disrespect all you. Again, thank you. JUST SAYING!... more
To the editor, The closer we get to the November 3 election we witness Trump getting more desperate. He has become more and more erratic and disparaging with his statements as he watches every poll showing he is behind Joe Biden. The latest book by Bob Woodard, supported by eighteen audio tapes over a period of time, has revealed an alarming fact about Trump... more
To the editor: The COVID-19 crisis has affected most of us in some way or another. Non-profit organizations like United Way of Bedford County have been especially hard hit. Despite the uncertainty of the situation, which seems to change from day to day, United Way of Bedford County decided to hold its Shrimp Boil, rechristened “Mardi Gras In July “ the final weekend of the month... more
To the editor, As a veteran serving in the U.S. Army in Korea and in the civil service as an embalmer with the U.S. Air Force in Saigon, Vietnam during the Vietnam War, I feel compelled to write this letter. During the Vietnam War 58,000 soldiers lost their lives, and thousands more lost their lives in other wars serving as U.S. Military Service men and women. They died fighting for the freedom every American citizen enjoys today... more
To the editor, I believe the First Amendment of the Constitution says, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or the press; or the right of people to assemble, and to petition the Government for redress of grievances.” That is not “hot air” Mr. Brown... more
To the Editor, Now that the Democratic Party Convention and the Republican Party Convention has come and gone the campaigning will begin. Each Presidential candidate will be telling us his vision, and how they intend to lead and govern our great country. Each candidate has a very starkly different vision on where they will lead if elected as our commander-in- chief... more
To the editor, After four years the Deep state coup perpetrators still go unpunished. It is clear to me we have two justice systems: One for folks like you and me and one for Left-wing elites who seem to be above the law. Roger Stone is awaiting a 40 -month prison sentence while Andrew McCabe (FBI former director) enjoys life with cushy high-profile job with CNN commentator, creating outrage among conservatives who see a political double standard when it comes to prosecutions of false statements. ... more
To the editor, Seventy-five years ago last week, Aug. 14, 1945 was the end of World War II. My uncle (Otis A Fritz) was a corporal in the United States Army during WW II. He enlisted on July 8, 1941. Two years later he was captured by Nazi Germany and sent to Stalag 3B. The first report of his capture was Feb. 17, 1943 and the last report was July 13, 1945. Based on the two reports, Otis was imprisoned 877 days. Ultimately he was liberated and honorably discharged... more
To the editor, Ms. Adcock is throwing everything against the wall to see if any of it sticks.  Take a look at Donald Trump and you will see he does the same.  The Trumpers and Trump himself will never give a direct answer to anything, but they blame everyone else for the failed presidency of Trump... more
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