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Letters

  • We must respect other religions

    The great world boxer Muhammad Ali says the Muslim diversity system is nothing to fear. Mr. Ali should go to the website persecution.com and read the stories of Muslim attacks and killings of Christians around the world.
    In Pakistan, Muslims have sentenced to death Asia Bibi for violating subsection C of Pakistan's 295 blasphemy law.
    So why don't all these friendly, harmless diversity Muslims stand up for her before she is put to death. She lives in a six-by-eight foot cell since her arrest in June of 2009.

  • Letter: Nominate an everyday hero

    I’m currently taking nominees for the next installment of the Kentucky’s Everyday Heroes book series, third volume. The criteria is: A living Kentuckian who has overcome extreme personal challenges and/or has given of themselves in a noble and sacrificial way. Their lives serve as examples to inspire others to greater acts of character. The nominee would be considered “ordinary”, commonly known only to people in their communities, but will have an “extraordinary” lasting impact.

  • Letter: What’s wrong with this picture?

    We have been regaled by the radical right and the misguided Tea Party proponents with claims that the Dastardly Democrats are “tax and spend” lunatics responsible for running up nearly $14 trillion in federal deficits and driving the country into ruin. But the cold hard facts demonstrate just the opposite is true.

  • Letter: Winning community
  • Letter: Tournament was a success
  • Jeff Wooldridge's statement on his dismissal as animal control officer

    When I first became the Animal Control Officer for Marion County back in March of 2007, I had no idea exactly what would be required to do this job. It was way more demanding than I could have ever anticipated. Even my animal background did not prepare me for the physical and mental requirements that are necessary in being an Animal Control Officer and operating an Animal Shelter.

  • Letter: Police seek neighborhood watch participants

    The Lebanon Police Department would like to start a Block Watch program in your neighborhood, but we need the help of the good citizens of Lebanon. 

    Even though we patrol your neighborhood, we are only there for a short period of time. As a resident, you know better than anyone what is happening in your neighborhood.

    By meeting once a month in a relaxed atmosphere, this program will help the Lebanon Police Department to better serve the citizens of our community.

  • Letter: Wooldridge firing is bogus
  • Letter: MADD commends the Enterprise
  • Letter: Food program or conditioning?

    The government child feeding program could be helpful if an earthquake or other disruptive situation happens.

    But isn't it the responsibility of parents to feed their children?

    If a family needs food stamps, are they not available to fill a need? Where does the family responsibility rest?

    It seems to be a conditioning feeding system to control or encourage more young people to rely on the government for their daily bread.