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Letters to the Editor

Big money hopes to impact House Bill 6

DEAR EDITOR: In November you elected me to be a new voice for the Valley in Columbus. On countless issues, I work to make sure people of the Valley are forgotten no longer. Bipartisan legislators and I voted to remove ridiculous green-energy subsidies from electric bills, saving $3.68 per ...

Handwriting matters, but does cursive?

DEAR EDITOR: Research shows that legible cursive writing averages no faster than printed handwriting of equal or greater legibility. The highest speed and highest legibility in handwriting are attained by those who join only some letters, not all. Reading cursive matters but is much ...

Disappointments in baseball today

DEAR EDITOR: Do baseball players who don’t run to first base on a ground ball, or who just trot down, and if they hit a long fly ball and then stand to watch it bounce off the wall for a single because they didn’t run, get penalized or given a tongue lashing? No, they don’t ...

We must overcome nursing shortage

DEAR EDITOR: Nurses play a critical role in our health care system today. They are often the first health care professional that patients meet and they are with patients throughout the continuum of care. Many scientific studies note connections between adequate levels of registered nurse ...

Democratic tantrum must be dealt with

DEAR EDITOR: According to the party of tolerance, forgiveness, open-mindedness, peace, love, etc., I along with tens of millions of other Americans have been labeled as bigots, racists, Nazis, homophobes and misogynists because we dare to disagree with the left-wing thought policy of the ...

Balance will make newspaper successful

DEAR EDITOR: It was with pleasant surprise that I read my first-ever copy of the new Vindicator by the Tribune Chronicle. What a breath of fresh air! It’s so satisfying to see both sides of politics covered in the paper and it’s been too long in coming. Having been longtime ...

Drastic measures needed to curb climate change

DEAR EDITOR: A recent editorial encouraging Democratic candidates’ incremental proposals, like carbon capture, to mitigate the impact of climate change, contradicted the Tribune’s own publication. The front page of the same issue featured Hurricane Dorian, the strongest hurricane ever ...

News, politicians feed off today’s mass violence

DEAR EDITOR: Violence in our society is only a symptom of a much deeper issue that is plaguing our country today, and a great deal is caused by negative media influence. Controversy and bad news sells. Replaying bad news only encourages others to imitate, copycat and mirror the crimes of mass ...

Hollywood should share some blame for violence

DEAR EDITOR: I’m tired of so-called Hollywood elites always shouting for gun control. I wholly agree there isn’t any place for citizens outside of law enforcement to possess AR-15s or the like, but we must be very careful where we draw the line on what we can own to protect our Second ...

Why Dems continue to fight voter purge

DEAR EDITOR: The Tribune Chronicle awarded an Onion to the Ohio Democratic Party after it filed a lawsuit to stop Secretary of State Frank LaRose from kicking hundreds of thousands of Ohioans off voter rosters. The suit was filed after the Democrats learned the process included thousands of ...