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Trump deserves applause for his focus on ending illegal immigration

Letters to the editor

February 8, 2019

Letter to the Editor To the editor: I am a Trump supporter because from Day 1 of his campaign, he addressed the problem of people illegally crossing the southern border. For at least three decades our do-nothing Congress members have ignored the border problem. They were concerned about the Hispanic vote...

PACT could be first federal general animal abuse law, reader says

Letters to the editor

February 8, 2019

Letter to the Editor To the editor: I would like your readers to be made aware of a bill proposed in the U.S. House of Representatives. It is the Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture Act, or PACT Act. It will give our government the legal muscle it needs to stop animal cruelty and the ability to prosecute...

Trump said it back in 2013: He’s responsible for a federal shutdown

Letters to the editor

February 2, 2019

Letter to the Editor  To the editor: While appearing on “Fox and Friends” in 2013, Donald Trump was asked who should be fired for the government shutdown during that year. He said Obama should be fired because shutdowns begin at the top. We just came out of the second month of our third Trump ...

Mehlville School District seeks business partners to mentor students

Letters to the editor

February 1, 2019

Letter to the Editor  To the editor: I have the privilege of helping to ensure Mehlville School District students graduate from our schools as college-, career- and life-ready individuals. Our students greatly benefit from opportunities to meet and learn from practicing professionals in the field...

Reader: Parochial schools ‘foster strong moral ethic for community’

Letters to the editor

January 31, 2019

Letter to the Editor  To the editor: I am intrigued by the idea some espouse that public schools are in everyone’s best interest and alternatives should be avoided. Public schools are funded by all taxpayers, regardless of where children attend school. Let’s get serious. The threat as seen b...

Letter gave reader goosebumps, and Trump deserves any critique

Letters to the editor

January 30, 2019

Letter to the Editor To the editor: Reading Jan Burmeister’s Nov. 29 letter to the Call claiming that Green Park Ward 1 Alderman Michael Broughton’s opinions of Donald Trump in his letter of Nov. 20 fit into a category that would send up red flags to the Secret Service gave me goosebumps. This ...

Crestwood should ‘end assault’ on Affton Fire, says annexed reader

Letters to the editor

January 29, 2019

Letter to the Editor  To the editor: Crestwood needs to end its assault on the Affton Fire Protection District. City Administrator Kris Simpson says that we have nothing to lose in appealing to the state Supreme Court. Wrong! You have already spent $83,467.97 of Crestwood dollars that could be g...

Stenger elected ‘county executor’ and Better Together merger is a ‘lie’

Letters to the editor

January 24, 2019

Letter to the Editor To the editor: First, the bad: Steve Stenger was elected as “County Executor.” The uninformed voted for a guy who is going to advocate for a county-city merger. So get ready to take on the corrupt city leadership and the city crime. Better Together is a big lie. The voters need ...

Reader: Walpert just seems like UrbanStreet proposal all over again

Letters to the editor

January 23, 2019

Letter to the Editor To the editor: Seems to me the Crestwood Mall plan is no different than before... Waiting for any businesses to step in and commit to be a part. Same thing that UrbanStreet was saying for all those months. Now Walpert is singing the same tune. Perhaps they need to add a tro...

Resident: Police ignore Oakville, incorporation could be the solution

Letters to the editor

January 23, 2019

Letter to the Editor To the editor: The Thursday after Christmas, the traffic lights on Telegraph at Forder/Pottle were stuck on red flash. The Missouri Department of Transportation had two trucks of guys working on the problem. Still, the traffic jam ran from north of Interstate 255 to beyond St. Fra...

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