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Letters to the Editor

Think about this

on Tuesday, 06 March 2018. Posted in Letters to the Editor, Opinions

Sometime when you have a few minutes to spare imagine this. You are living in a country where the only people that have guns are law enforcement, military personnel (only when training or in another country fighting), and evil people who don’t abide by la

Time to get serious about upgrading our school facilities

on Tuesday, 27 February 2018. Posted in Letters to the Editor, Opinions

The students of the District One Student Facilities Committee are to be commended for their initiative in developing a committee to expose the embarrassing physical needs within Florence’s high schools. Now, if only the adults in education and the voting

The time is now to act on gun violence

on Tuesday, 20 February 2018. Posted in Letters to the Editor, Opinions

Like most Americans, I am fed up with the shootings. Why have we accepted these shootings as “normal” events in today’s society? l think desperate times call for desperate measures. Forget the typical arguments about the second amendment for a minute – wh

Rejecting cloudy logic of EPA Ozone Rules

on Tuesday, 13 February 2018. Posted in Letters to the Editor, Opinions

By Merrill Matthews The Environmental Protection Agency missed a court-ordered deadline to announce which regions of the country are complying with an Obama-era ozone rule. The agency says it needs more time to make that determination. Green activists ar

Another reminder that officers deserve our gratitude

on Tuesday, 30 January 2018. Posted in Letters to the Editor, Opinions

January 9 was National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. The annual observance aims to remind us of the constant dangers facing our police, deputies and other public safety officers. A much more sobering reminder came just one week later, on Jan. 16, when

2018 candidates should commit to civil, issue based campaigns

on Tuesday, 23 January 2018. Posted in Letters to the Editor, Opinions

Tolerance for opposing views has been in decline in recent years, and markedly so in the 14 months since the 2016 presidential election. Today, the atmosphere surrounding public debate is a toxic one. Contrary opinions are shouted down, and vitriol and en

The Trump foreign policy: year one

on Tuesday, 16 January 2018. Posted in Letters to the Editor, Opinions

As the completion of the Trump administration’s first year comes into focus, it is difficult to sift through the loud drumbeat of Russian “collusion” and the endless noise that emanates from the mainstream media about the shortcoming and failures of the T

Identity politics is dividing America

on Tuesday, 02 January 2018. Posted in Letters to the Editor, Opinions

The past two years of political partisanship, where political parties and universities have been utilizing the mainstream media to promote a distorted narrative of distrust and hate among our citizens, are creating an unhealthy division within our country

An issue that’s not so taxing

on Tuesday, 19 December 2017. Posted in Letters to the Editor, Opinions

It’s been said that the only certainties in life are death and taxes. We haven’t yet figured out a way to mitigate death, and paying taxes remains an unwelcome necessity. But Republicans in Congress are seeking to ease the overwhelming burden on tax-payin

Clean air essential to our health, environment

on Tuesday, 05 December 2017. Posted in Letters to the Editor, Opinions

Is breathing clean air important to you and to your family members? If it is, know that air quality as it relates to open burning in South Carolina is a serious health issue. Open burning occurs when unscrupulous site prep companies clear land for either

The paradox of abundance

on Tuesday, 28 November 2017. Posted in Letters to the Editor, Opinions

Life is funny. As suckling babes, the most luxurious thing we could ever imagine is the nurturing warmth of our mothers. But as we age, a whole host of desires and ambitions begin to take shape in our minds. For the most part, whether we want to admit it

Watchdog citizens strengthen communities

on Tuesday, 21 November 2017. Posted in Letters to the Editor, Opinions

They keep tabs on their public officials, often asking the tough questions and sounding the alarm when something doesn’t seem right. They attend meetings, sometimes sitting in the front row and staying until the very end. They request information under th

Bridges resignation is children’s loss

on Tuesday, 14 November 2017. Posted in Letters to the Editor, Opinions

District One Superintendent Randy Bridges’ leadership will be sadly missed by the children in our school district. Over the past years Dr. Bridges has offered a vision and a strategic plan that was creating a wonderful momentum of excitement in learning a

Drug makers are leading the way on R&D

on Tuesday, 07 November 2017. Posted in Letters to the Editor, Opinions

By Kenneth E. Thorpe Over five million Americans suffer from Alzheimer’s disease. While a few drugs can temporarily alleviate symptoms, there’s no treatment that slows the progression of the underlying disease; so family members watch helplessly as their
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