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Letters

  • Letter: Background, ideas favor Ralph Norman

    We believe Ralph Norman is the best choice for  Congress of our 5th District. He embodies integrity and conservatism, someone who can benefit all of us given both his political and business experience.
    Ralph recently resigned from the S.C. House after eight years to save taxpayers dollars while focusing on his campaign.
    We staunchly support Ralph Norman because he is a fiscal/ and social conservative who believes in smaller government.

  • Letter: Will IL incorporation benefit Sun City?

    In the April 5 issue of Carolina Gateway, I read with concern as Russell Rhoads attacked Ginger Sheridan. She voiced her opinion about the additional cost of becoming an incorporated township. People on fixed income are concerned about added expense.

  • Letter: Eagle-eyed reader gets gracious thanks from writer

    I would like to thank Katie Martin for her correction to my letter in last Friday’s paper, concerning the Israelites in the wilderness. Yes, it was 40 years and not 40 days.
    Proverbs 15:32 states: If you reject discipline, you only harm yourself; but if you listen to correction, you grow in understanding.
    Thank you so much for your correction!

    Christine M. Taylor
    Lancaster

  • Letter: The left is killing American culture

    Many folks have stated on this page that we are in a mess. Some opinionators say the Republicans are the problem, and others blame the Democrats.
    I believe the problem is that we as a nation have turned away from God and turned to the state as our god.
    The George Soros Socialist Democrats are in a rage across America. They are running amuck because they ignore the laws of the land and only accept what they want. These people see no wrong in their actions because they are the arbiters of truth, right and wrong.

  • Letter: Israelites wandered 40 years, not days

    In response to Christine Taylor’s letter from Friday, the Israelites actually wandered the desert for 40 years, not 40 days and 40 nights.
    That was the length of time that Noah, his family and the animals spent on the ark.

    Katie Martin
    Lancaster

  • Letter: Thanking Mulvaney for help on Dexcom

    I want to share some good news with Lancaster News readers who responded to my letter to the editor last June 22. I asked for prayer on behalf of Sandra Knight Howard as she and her team of physicians sought help getting her the Dexcom glucose monitor she needed from Medicare.
    Sandra was in dire need of this device because she had been diagnosed as severely diabetic and the pump would alert her when her breathing becomes dangerously low as she sleeps.

  • Letter: Supporting Norman, similar to Mulvaney

    I attended a meet-the-candidate event for Ralph Norman at Craig Farm on Monday night. I have to say I was impressed. If you liked Mick Mulvaney, Mr. Norman is as close to him as I have seen. Therefore, he has my support.

    Nicholas Pasquine
    Lancaster

  • Letter: Educate yourself on congressional picks

    While making calls for our upcoming 5th District congressional race, I am concerned about the way some people react, saying they don’t want to be bothered by any of this “nonsense.” (Nonsense being a very polite word that I inserted.)
    These calls are being made only to help find you a representative to replace Mick Mulvaney. How offensive is this? Many people don’t even know it is happening or when it is happening, or who the candidates are.

  • Letter: Writer’s position on IL incorporation ‘hypocritical’

    In her letter to the editor published March 29, Ginger Sheridan of Sun City Carolina Lakes voiced her opinion against the incorporation of Indian Land because of the costs involved. Her primary objection seemed to be that incorporation is not worth the additional taxes to support the town.

  • Letter: America wanders like the Israelites

    I am writing because it seems as if we are living in a world where we are as lost as the Israelites were in the wilderness for 40 days and 40-nights.
    The handwriting is on the wall. Please read it, President Trump.
    Paul Ryan’s health-care bill was for the rich, not for the working poor. President Reagan once said, “There is no more middle class now. It is the working poor.” So watch yourself when you talk about the “poor.” The only difference is that they don’t have a job.