July 21, 2012 Letters to the editor: Ken Fertig
I would like to inform Jefferson Village citizens that come November they will have the opportunity to vote for or against the purchase of vacant building located at Jefferson and Market streets, (old Jefferson Elementary cafeteria).
There was a miracle and there are uniforms
A couple of weeks ago we were standing in awe at a place where a miracle occurred.
If it looks like a tax, smells like a tax, walks like a tax, it maybe a fee
To most people other than war, tax is the worst three-letter word we have.
July 7, 2012 Letters to the editor: Douglas Parr
The Supreme Court now claims that the feds have the authority to force us to buy into Obama’s version of health care.
July 7, 2012 Letters to the editor: Frank Ashton
The Republicans are determined to make the mandate provision of the Affordable Health Care Act an evil tax that the way they phrase it is a huge tax on all Americans.
July 7, 2012 Letters to the editor: Richard Berg
Should President Obama win a second term I fear that the United States we know and love will no longer exist as we know it.
June 30, 2012 Letters to the editor: Lorna Westlake
As we draw closer to the November election, perhaps it is time to assess the record of Gov. Kasich and the Republican dominated General Assembly.
June 30, 2012 Letters to the editor: Lee Larson
Bill Baker once again shows the ignorance and lack of understanding that have become hallmarks of the current Republican p
June 30, 2012 Letters to the editor: F. Wallace Kaufman
The Rebuild America Act was introduced in the U.S. Senate by Sen. Tom Harkins (D-IA) in March of this year, and in the House on May 10 by Rep. DeLauro (D-CT), and Braley (
June 30, 2012 Letters to the editor: Ron Yarian
Two letters responding to my June 9 letter, “Power of the NRA,” concerning the NRA, included a June 21 guest opinion which took issue with the facts and the second brought emotion into the definition of my opinion.
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