Letters To The Editor
Well it's that time of year again. You know, the most wonderful time of the year. A time for friends and family (and buying expensive cars), exchanging presents (fought for on Black Friday), singing carols (do you see what I see, half off here and price cuts there). Then there are the deligh…
Hoosier students are dumber under Gov. Mike Pence.
The Times' coverage of the strife on the State Board of Education only seems to focus on Superintendent Glenda Ritz being a Democrat while ignoring the genesis of problems on the board that stretch back to former Superintendent Tony Bennett's predecessor, Republican Sue Ellen Reed.
For those who are discontented with one of the finest documents every written, namely the U.S. Constitution, there is another option: move to the Middle East.
I have trouble with the term "same-sex marriage." Why not "same-sex union"? A union by the government bodies (national, state and local) binding those couples to live as a union, with all of the rights of married couples (man and woman) under civil laws.
I am responding to Reggie Hess' recent letter. Yes, I am outraged as well.
I would like to applaud all the people who supported and worked hard to put on a successful benefit for Jeff Metz at the Nativity Parish in Portage. My wife and I moved from the region close to 30 years ago, and our hearts swelled with pride for our former home! Great job.
I was offended by Roy Roddy's letter about the White House. The White House has been white for decades, and it's not that way by racism.
I've been following news items about the Keystone Pipeline and petcoke, none of which shows any promise in the future.
A special thanks and salute of gratitude to the East Chicago Central Cardinals football team. Central may have had teams with more talent, but none with more heart.
I believe any governing body that enacts a law should be subject to that law without any modifications.
I urge Congress to oppose giving President Barack Obama fast track trade promotion authority for the Trans-Pacific Partnership being negotiated by the USA with 11 other nations, including Japan.
It has become painfully obvious that a majority of The Times Editorial Board supports building a toll road in south Lake County. They claim it will reduce traffic on the Borman Expressway and bring permanent jobs to the region.
I see the Fit City is giving us fits again.
The Hammond Port Authority should add rowing to the list of activities on Wolf Lake.
Thea Bowman Leadership Academy in Gary has a 10-year-old policy that allows a child to be suspended if they are tardy four times. This seems excessive. The policy should be revisited and changed.
I take issue with George Grenchik's column, "Join Cal City Pride Facebook Group," in which the retired teacher said those who express discontent with the town were making "nasty and brainless comments" about it.
If the pharmaceutical companies could patent Mother Nature, we would have a far healthier society. (And a lot cheaper.) They cannot, obviously, so they contrive their chemical concoctions trying to imitate God's plant and animal creations which bear absolutely no side affects.
Greed runs this country now. All the union fathers who received good wages sent their kids to college. They make good money and turn into Republicans so they can keep all their money. It's like, "Well I got mine, who cares about the poor, the elderly, the kids?" They only care about themselves.
Man’s overwhelming, adventurous obsession with space and time travel is inherent to his curious nature. Man is already destined to wander the universe.
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