More From Letters to the Editor

December 14, 2018

As they say on Broadway “The show must go on.” But that was not the case on Sunday, Dec. 9, for a sold-out matinee performance of “A Charlie Brown Christmas.”

That being said and understood because of the safety of everyone involved, the show needs to be rescheduled. Many,…

December 13, 2018

When the 14th Amendment was passed there were many that did not want the birthright citizenship as part of the amendment.

It was only fair for the time that birthright citizenship for those already here be part of the U.S. Constitution. As many claimed at the time, birthright citizenship was not to…

December 12, 2018

Houses and stores are trimmed with all kinds of colorful decorations, and everything looks especially festive!

There is a lot of anticipation among businesses and individuals, including the young and the old.

Children are filling out their wish list for mom and dad, parents are trying to decide how…

December 09, 2018

It should be extremely outrageous to all of us living in North Carolina that while the state government is cutting back on public services at every level, it is shelling out millions of dollars to corporations under the deceptive claims that they will bring jobs and further…

December 07, 2018

I love good news:

Three environmental groups were contesting a ruling from a federal judge saying that the Trump administration had authority to override environmental laws in order to build our border wall. The good news is the U.S. Supreme Court would not take up the appeal from the environmental…

December 05, 2018

Currently there are two caravans that have reached the U.S. border near San Diego traveling from the southern border of Mexico.

Along the way, members of the caravans were offered asylum in Mexico. The majority refused the offer of jobs, medical care, temporary identification papers and asylum.


December 03, 2018

Since this is an opinion forum, I welcome anyone who disagrees with my opinions to "have at it."

The facts in my articles are not pulled out of thin air but are well researched facts. Liberals like Judy Mesko should remember when people point fingers at someone else, there's three fingers…

November 30, 2018

On Nov. 6, 1986 the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) or Reagan Amnesty was passed. This act granted amnesty to those illegal immigrants in the U.S. that met the eligibility requirements of the act.

In passing the act, both Democrats and Republicans in the House and Senate agreed to secure…

November 29, 2018

Do you remember Andy Griffith's "What it Was, Was Football?" Griffith's description of his first football game was hilarious. And so was DCAP's version of the Broadway play. Especially if you could overlook the celebration of New York's Hamilton at the expense of Virginia's Jefferson.


November 28, 2018

The last letter from Perry LaGrange is so full of exaggeration and sensationalism that it belongs in the category of yellow journalism.

Instead of relying on well researched facts, LaGrange copies whatever President Trump says in his tweets, even though they contain little to no truth and experts…

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