Don’t restrict our right to know about our food
“Despicable, unconstitutional, ridiculous, immature, idiotic, and mendacious.” And that’s just how Tennessee newspapers characterized the state’s “ag-gag” bill now awaiting governor’s signature (“Ag-gag’ bills hurting right to free speech,” April 25 Times-News).
Preparedness, mitigation both necessary
I commend the Times-News for your April 28 front-page articles on disaster preparedness (“What is worth the cost for disaster prep?” and “Post-storms, area officials mull tactics for disasters.”)
Witnesses being sought to help find man who injured this dog
On Friday, April 26, at approximately 10:45 a.m., my dog, Mia, was injured in Martin’s parking lot. Store cameras did not capture the scene.
We owe thanks to federal workers for what they do
Across the country and in communities all over the state of Maryland, government employees protect and serve our nation.
To honor these workers and their service, May 5-11 has been designated as Public Service Recognition Week.
For many veterans, the war is not yet over
Armed forces of wars past and present are honored with monuments and memorials. They are symbols to remind us freedom is not free, it is paid for in blood.
Finally, a few of them stepped up and acted like Americans
This is a letter responding to “Senators could have stepped up, but backed down like cowards,” (April 25 Times-News).
The letter stated 92 percent of Americans and 74 percent of National Rifle Association members were ignored.
They keep trying to fool us, but some people know the truth
After reading the newspaper and watching the news this past week, I felt the need to express myself about a couple subjects that I had seen.
Congress must initiate Main Street recovery
Recent headlines have trumpeted good news on Wall Street with the stock market reaching record highs. For investment accounts, pension funds and other retirement plans this truly is good news.
Might as well test the water both above and below the dam
It appears that Dee Dee Ritchie executive director of the Canal Place Preservation and Development Authority, has signed on to the Cumberland Ridgeley dam removal effort being forced on the city by outside interests (“Canal Place wants to test river’s water,” April 26 Times-News, Page 1A).
What exactly is meant by the term ‘security’ in schools’?
As usual the Times-News muddles the topic. It fails to ask, much less answer the question “What is security?”
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