Letters to the Editor

Eye-opener

Editor: I feel blessed to live in a neighborhood full of the most amazing kids. Many of them are wise beyond their years. Once in a while kids tell me what’s really on their minds and I find it very interesting. One topic that came up recently was quite an eye-opener for me. It has

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Dablemont for MDC?

Recently the Missouri Department of Concervation appointed a new director to that position and I was not the least bit surprised that we had a female named to fill the position. I had expected this to happen since Hilary Clinton was named by the DNC to be their standard bearer for the Presidential election and

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Concerned about healthcare

Editor: On behalf of the 2,500 family physician, family medicine resident, and medical student members of the Missouri Academy of Family Physicians, I write to express concern over the actions of Congress on health reform.  Currently, the U.S. Senate is working on legislation, the Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA), that could change the future of

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Tweeter-In-Chief

Editor: It appears that our president knows how to use Twitter efficiently. He seems to be hurting  the mudstream media to some extent, for which I am thankful. I know that many in the mudstream media want to see President Trump banned from Twitter. If President Trump does not use social media to reach the

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Band concerts

Editor, How excited I was to finally be able to attend a band concert in the Park Friday night and find a number of people attending.  We moved from Kansas City three years ago and find it refreshing to come to a community that still offers free events for us to enjoy. If you haven’t

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It’s later than you think

Editor: With the many terror attacks that has occurred in the past few weeks, it boggles the mind to see the elected Donald Trump’s efforts to properly vet the Muslim people who wish to come into the United States of America. It is true that all Muslims are not terrorists but it is equally true

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Go figure

Editor: Recently, Kathy Griffin posed with the likeness of a decapitated head of Donald Trump and put it on social media. She received backlash from both conservatives and liberals. She now says that she is being bullied. Go figure. I kind of hope that these liberals continue doing what they do. I think people are

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Meth for kids food

Editor: Once in a while we find the answer to a disturbing question like why do we have so many hungry children coming to school when we have so many people on food stamps? The answer was in the El Dorado Springs Sun last week when we see a woman in Nevada plead guilty and

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Disgusted by fraud

Editor: I’m writing regarding the outrageous report on the front page of last week’s Sun about the woman arrested for receiving food stamps in exchange for meth. I’ll be honest, my first response was “Yes. You go girl.” I want the “rest of the story” now. Did the meth heads buying the drugs lose their

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Let the games stop

Editor: Groceries and Games. We all need the first one and most of us like to play the second. I don’t think that many of us like to be played for stupid when it comes to games but sometimes it comes out that way. Here in El Dorado Springs we have only one major food

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