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Letters to the Editor

February 22, 2017
We will resist
Written by: Sam Hoszwa Butler Township
Five days after Donald Trump’s inauguration, seven Greenpeace activists climbed a crane and unfurled a massive banner emblazoned with the word “RESIST” in full view of the White House. That brave action sparked newfound audacity in the environmental movement.And that wordbecame our new rallying cry.
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February 22, 2017
TV news misses it
Written by: Susan Scheib Przybylek Sarver
On TV we watch marchers holding up signs and some becoming so enraged they act violently against fellow citizens as well as vandalizing properties along the way.
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February 22, 2017
Explanation needed
Written by: Samuel Doctor Butler
On Feb. 14 Congressman Mike Kelly voted against an attempt to use part of our tax code to allow the Congressional Ways and Means Committee to inspect the tax returns of President Trump (“Republicans block effort to get Trump’s returns,” Feb. 15, Page 5).
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February 22, 2017
He asked for this
Written by: Rick Devore Butler
“I inherited a mess” proclaimed the Crybaby-in-Chief, in a hastily arranged press conference on Thursday.
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February 21, 2017
Exemplary service
Written by: Peggy Crane Butler
I would like to commend my mail carrier, Tom Green, for doing his job above and beyond the call of duty.
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February 21, 2017
Divided America
Written by: George Pikoulas Butler
The social media is composed of images and words that are meant to affect the viewer’s mind. Whether it be joy, love or just pure unadulterated hatred, those images and words are forever embedded in our minds.
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February 20, 2017
Lawmakers living large
Written by: Dave Knauff Valencia
Regarding reports of a deficit in our Pennsylvania budget, when are our state senators and representative going to acknowledge state government is too large and the legacy costs too high? If someone in Harrisburg is not going to decrease the number of representatives, mandate term limits, modify their health insurance, and eliminate retirements, then it falls upon the rest of us to take the...
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February 20, 2017
Show consequence
Written by: Betty Leonberg Mars
I’m disappointed with the news media that show all these marches, riots, vigils where people are breaking store windows, setting fire to businesses, burning cars. Then we hear no more.
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