Editor: “Cryin’ Jimmy Kimmel” and other left wing celebrities were already pushing for gun control while the dead bodies in Las Vegas were still warm, hardly a moment to share grief for the lives lost. These celebrities like to work on the emotions of us citizens to push their agenda. In my honest opinion, I
Editor: I am shocked and appalled that the Sun would chose to publish a letter to the editor with such bigoted and judgmental commentary toward a group of people. The overall topic of the letter may have been pertinent, but the imbedded message of hate deserves no platform in a reputable publication. Publisher’s note: Mrs.
Editor: After reading the rebuttal from the Missouri Department of Conservation written by their spokesman, Mr. Joe Jerek, concerning Larry Dablemont, I felt I was transported back to 1939, and was reading something written by the propaganda machine for Adolph Hitler. Remember their motto was, if you tell a lie long enough and often enough,
Editor: I am in favor of the NFL protests. As much as I dislike them, it is one of the freedoms we are guaranteed under our Constitution. A number of players (over 200) from the teams have taken a knee or have decided not to come out of the locker rooms for the National Anthem.
Editor: As of July of 2017, Chronic Wasting Disease is known to exist in 21 states in the USA in the wild deer population. Mad Cow disease has an official name of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and was reported in Great Britain in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s after they ate beef from infected cows. Indeed
Editor: Thanks for the conversation just now about the El Dorado Springs Sun article by Larry Dablemont on Chronic Wasting Disease published Sept. 21. Per our conservation, I am emailing you to follow up on our concerns about the article containing FACTUALLY WRONG information, which could be a serious detriment to your readers. His spelling
Editor: An African-American woman attacked Hobby Lobby for selling raw cotton on a stalk. She posted remarks and a picture on Facebook claiming that this reminded her of slavery. Of course, this took off like wildfire among the liberal sites. It’s a shame that one cannot use decorations that might offend someone. The everyday life
Editor: Fall is a busy time of year. Many Festivals will take place across the Ozarks. It is a wonderful time to enjoy family, friends and great entertainment. Please remember to be careful when crossing streets with the increased traffic. Make sure children have learned to use marked crosswalks and know traffic safety. Young children
After the Farm Bureau annual meeting Friday night, I asked Kalena Kenney for help summarizing the speech she gave. What I got in an email Monday morning was a big surprise. It was Kalena’s entire speech. From my front row table sitting with Pete and Murnie Fast, I never saw Kalena look at any notes.
Editor: It is not even funny that one cannot escape politics. It is in the workforce, entertainment, sports, churches, and just about everywhere else. One cannot even relax watching football as several players will kneel or sit out the “Star-Spangled Banner” in protest. Even the Miss America Pageant has become involved with the contestants being