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Today's Opinions

  • Time to love country more than Obama

    I would like to respond to Michael Jedson’s letter, “Facts, without the whining and ranting,” in the Feb. 1 edition of The Lancaster News.

    Why do Democrats and supporters keep repeating talking points and calling them facts when anyone who can add two plus two or use the Internet can debunk these myths?

    I apologize in advance if this sounds like an insult, it is not my intention to disparage you personally, but your so-called facts would be almost laughable if they were not so tragic for so many in this country.

  • What is J.R. Wilt’s solution to criminal justice problem?

    I must be suffering from some new eyesight malady. Despite peering at it quite carefully, squinting mightily and blinking several times, I could not find in the Feb. 11 column of J.R. Wilt any proposed solution.

    I know it must be there, because certainly Mr. Wilt did not write in simply to complain.

  • Writer challenges Jedson’s ‘facts’ about Obama

    Wow, I’m at a loss for words in response to Michael Jedson’s Feb. 1 letter, “Facts, without the whining and ranting.”

    I mean the way you defend what is arguably the worst performing six years of economic history in America. Where have you been for six years?

  • Senate rules trump all?

    Stop me if you’ve heard this excuse before.

  • SC State: Fix it, don’t kill it

    Let’s begin with the obvious: South Carolina State is a mess. No, it’s way beyond a mess; it is on life support and its very existence is in grave danger.

    But it can be fixed and, in fact, the solution is fairly straightforward. It’s not rocket science; if GM can go from the brink of extinction to making a profit in less than 24 months, then SC State’s problems can be solved.

  • Coalition presents update on reducing DUI initiative

    Recently, the Coalition for Healthy Youth presented an update on the “Take U Out of DUI” initiative that began in Lancaster May 2013, in conjunction with local law enforcement agencies.

    These detailed presentations charting the impact of the 18-month-long project were made to local elected officials at Lancaster County and City councils, and Lancaster County School District Board meetings.

  • Women grateful to person who paid for meals

    To the person who paif for our meal at Jomars, we wish to thank you for your generosity. It was a blesssing for us to know that there are still people who care for others.

    Bess Ruffin

    Carol Chadwick

    Lancaster

  • President continues to slander Americans

    At the National Prayer Breakfast, President Barack Obama, in again defending Islam, compared actions of Islam to things done “in the name of Christ.” He babbled about the Crusades, in Inquisition, slavery and Jim Crow laws. The president needs a history lesson, other than from his past communist mentor,

    The Crusades were a defensive Christian reaction against the Muslim attack on Jerusalem, and the wholesale killing of Christians in Europe and Africa. Sound familiar?