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Letters

  • Letters to the Editor - March 2, 2016

    Trump is a bully
    Say goodbye to everything that makes America great and keeps our democracy working if Trump is elected. I refuse to believe that a majority of Americans could be fooled by a con artist, bully and a fascist. Oh, and Trump is unqualified to be president of anything. He’s filed bankruptcy many times and exploited his employees and committed fraud via Trump “University.” He’s an ugly, hateful American who will destroy what’s left of middle class and democracy.
    Elizabeth Wallen
    Springfield

  • Letter to the editor: Vote Carson on March 5

    Voters across the Bluegrass state will vote in our first Republican caucus on March 5, which will select delegates to go to the National Republican Convention in July. Our votes will now count more than ever since we are casting our votes along with other early states.

  • Horrified by Bevin’s attitude and action
  • Letters to the editor - Feb. 3, 2016

    Advocates for animals
    Susan Spicer is one of the bravest people I know. Why? Because she goes to bat for the voiceless — animals that are abused and neglected. When people see this “behavior,” like people starving their animals, or confining them without shelter, or throwing them out a car window, they call her to deal with the people doing the harm. Even hearing about what people do to their pets is hard to listen to, much less to speak to them and get them to stop.

  • Reduce the cost of the health care industry

    The Republicans keep claiming Bernie Sanders can't pay for it ... but he can ... the costs and the premiums must balance each other to avoid deficits ... BUT ... and here is the key that NOBODY is talking about ... you can either balance the scale by increasing the premiums (we DON'T want that) ... OR ... you reduce the cost of the health care industry (we DO want that).

  • God bless law enforcement officers

    I had the opportunity to read the Enterprise’s story on Floyd Cook. Cook was certainly not a monster. He was much worse.
    Cook’s sister stated how much he loved animals and his church going practices because he loved animals and went to church. Does that give him the right to shoot law enforcement officers and try to run over them with his vehicle? Does loving animals and going to church give him the right to go around raping women?

  • Advocating for the pensions we earned

    As members of the General Assembly return to Frankfort for the 2016 Regular Session, they will find themselves facing a multitude of challenges, one of the more critical being pension funding.  Legislative action in the 2013 Regular Session provided the framework for funding the plans managed by the Kentucky Retirement Systems (KRS). Public employee (and teacher) pensions will require tens of millions of new dollars in the budget simply to stem the erosion of funding levels.  

  • From the mayor...

    Lebanon Mayor Gary Crenshaw emailed the following statement to The Lebanon Enterprise on Monday afternoon:

    This press release is intended to correct misinformation which has been disseminated publicly by private persons and is patently false. 

  • Letter to the editor: Shopping local is worth it

    I read with a great deal of interest Sen. Higdon's column, "Shop local is more than just a slogan" in the Nov. 18 edition of The Lebanon Enterprise. I agree with Sen. Higdon's basic sentiments about the importance of shopping locally. In addition, I feel it is in my best interest to do so.

  • Letters to the editor: Rise to the challenge – VOTE!

    Rise to the challenge – VOTE!
    It's the morning after the Kentucky state elections, and I am furious! Not at who won or who lost, but that three quarters of Kentuckians could not even bother themselves to get out and vote yesterday for who would lead our state for the next four years!