Letters to the Editor
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To the Editor: This election cycle will serve multiple purposes. It will allow the citizenry the opportunity to elect their chosen representatives for local governing entities and to vote … more
To the Editor: “How would Americans feel if there was a law requiring Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to turn over the data they collect to the government regularly?” What, pray … more
To the Editor: There appears to be no shortage of idioms in the city of Gerald, and no, I did not misspell the word. I was asked by a friend of mine if a certain citizen of Gerald even had a … more
To the Editor: While many label his business and political dealings as shady and underhanded, if not downright criminal, Donald J. Trump has proven quite adroit at staying one step ahead of … more
To the Editor: For better or worse, Missouri voters legalized the sale of marijuana in November. The ballot initiative gave Missouri cities and counties authority to establish a local 3 percent … more
To the Editor: I graduated from Owensville High School, my child graduated, my nieces graduated and I have great-grandchildren attending this school now. I felt I had a good education, my … more
To the Editor: So to clarify, I don’t believe that this is a dead horse. This being the decision of a city board to arbitrarily choose to ignore the very codes they, the city, spent tax … more
To the Editor:      The ordinances in and for the city of Gerald are cut and dried and printed in BLACK & WHITE for all to read. What’s not provided is the common sense … more
To the Editor: In the information world today, the ability to influence people, often times is corrupted, by power or position, or both. They do this, by placing their thumb upon the scale to … more
To the Editor: In response to the Linda Trest article in the February 15th edition of the Gasconade County Republican. Your reporter’s assumption that I tried to prevent this house from … more
The two letters (above) point out that I chair the Gerald Planning and Zoning Commission and that I was errant in not disclosing that information in last week’s article. Yet this issue was … more
To the Editor: It’s another busy session in Jefferson City with bills that have been introduced, and some of those have already been through committees. Some of the most popular have to do … more
To the Editor: I recently saw a rerun of “Inherit the Wind,” the movie about the famous Scopes monkey trial. The “powers that be” the state legislature, the local … more
To the Editor: “…to attack me personally with another attempt to intimidate and bully me into silence.” In select bastions of progressivism, like liberal media and the … more
To the Editor: Social Security is the most successful  government program in our history and millions depend upon it to survive. It is not welfare. It is a government pension. You pay in … more
To the Editor: “It’s funny how wanting too much to justify your biases can affect a person’s interpretation of reality.” In select bastions of progressivism, like the … more
To the Editor: Dennis Warden is openly offended that we in the Gasconade County Democrats Committee consistently attack his climate change columns for  slanted reporting.  “Like … more
To the Editor: From my perspective our nations growing list of woes can best be attributed to an absence of leadership. For example: As a candidate, Joe Biden forever touted that transparency … more
To the Editor: The Democrat Committee berated our esteemed publisher for his recent opinion about global warming, AKA climate change. We remind them that there are other important issues in our … more
To the Editor: In reference to the article you put in the paper, that seemed like a personal attack on Mr. Dennis Warden, on the subject of climate change, I don’t know, nor am I smart … more
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