Letters To The Editor
Why doesn't someone in Washington put a bill on the floor similar to the Marshal Plan to rebuild the USA?
Rich James says he would rather have a Little Orphan Annie decoder ring than an NRA membership.
How does a Porter County maintenance employee "accept" a $17,000 raise without question? The Feb. 26 editorial states, "Adames was expecting a raise that wasn't authorized."
If Valparaiso decides to put in a roundabout at Silhavy/LaPorte Avenue, please make it bigger than all of the rest.
In response to the Feb. 26 letter, yes, I really am a Democrat.
Mary-Beth Ferrebee's Feb. 25 letter states that another letter writer's argument defending President Barack Obama's use of executive orders has a flaw because Obama has only served in office for five years so far, as opposed to the eight years in office of presidents who enacted more executi…
Someone tell me if this makes sense: Indiana is having trouble paying its bills because of lower than expected income tax revenues and lower sales tax revenues. And why is that? Because workers, the real source of income and sales tax revenues to the state, are bringing home insufficient inc…
Recently, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, (an Obama appointee) communicated to the 50 state attorneys general that if they disagree with a law they can refuse to enforce said law, just as the Obama administration does, per Holder.
Wow, the entire letters section was devoted to bashing President Barack Obama.
Before World War II, we were militarily weak and Japan thought we were a "paper tiger." Germany had already cowed Great Britain's Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, who tried to appease them.
I am trying to help an elderly friend find descendants of her great-grandfather, Jacobus DenBesten, born in South Holland, Netherlands, about 1845-50.
Please read Marc Chase's Jan. 30 column about Calumet Township Trustee Mary Elgin. It reminds me of the grasshopper and ant story, where the ant works all year to save, and the grasshopper just parties. Then when winter hit, the grasshopper wants her share of the ant wealth.
Calling all not-for-profit organizations and community service providers in Porter County. The courts and P.A.C.T. (Prisoners and Community Service Together) need job sites to send nonviolent offenders who have been ordered to perform community service, in lieu of incarceration.
It was a pleasant surprise to read Maria Becerra won her lawsuit vs. Hammond and Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr.
Once again, George Grenchik uses his weekly column as a soap box to deride anyone who dares disagree with him.
In 2008, three propaganda mailers costing $130,000 were sent to Northwest Indiana taxpayers promoting the alleged need to expand the South Shore. A new effort is being repeated in 2014 to promote this same $1 billion albatross.
In response to Walter Dougherty, civil marriage is a contract between two consenting adults sanctioned by the state.
Rich James has no more idea about what a so-called "assault weapon" is than a 5-year-old on a trike understands about NASCAR.
A guest column by Roy Dominguez explained why Everybody Counts is taking the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission back to court.
It is ludicrous that so many people write to the paper complaining about our country’s move toward “socialism” or, as one writer mentioned, toward communism “where everything is owned by the government.”
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