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Letters
Last Update Sunday, March 26th, 2017

We are engaged in a great ideological war in our nation. Smoke and mirrors notwithstanding, the central issue is simple. Good vs. evil. This war will decide who will control the American people. Shall the American people govern themselves, as the nation was founded, or shall well paid government bureaucrats have tight controls? Donald Trump's election was simply a manifestation of the American people realizing we are losing this war. Read More »

Think of what can be achieved with libraries
As a children's librarian in Jackson County, I urge you to vote yes on Measure 17-79. Nothing can build stronger communities more effectively than a library. By providing books, information, technology, and community programs, libraries help people of all ages and backgrounds. They connect us to each other and to the constantly changing world around us. Read More »

Walden must explain disastrous health bill
U.S. Rep. Greg Walden is our representative here in Eastern and Southern Oregon. He was a powerful and responsible architect of the proposed American Health Care Act, which he promised would provide coverage for everyone and would have great benefits with lower premiums. The bipartisan Congressional Budget Office studied this proposal and, as we all know, found it will leave many millions uninsured. Also, premiums for any plan that includes the benefits most cherished (coverage of pre-existing conditions) will be horribly expensive and, thus, not realistically available to all. Read More »

Willing to stand for a truthful, unbiased press
This is in response to the letter from Susan Bondesen ("We need to stand up for freedom of the press," March 22). She says we need to stand up for freedom of the press, but what happens when the press twists the truth to augment their point of view? Read More »

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