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Democrats not doing enough for country; impeaching Trump is ‘lunacy’

Letters to the editor

November 19, 2019

Letters to the Editor To the editor: Each hate-rotted rant about impeachment bolsters President Trump’s chances for re-election. Independent voters such as myself are beyond fed up with the lunacy of a Democratic House that has done nothing for the country and everything — honest and otherwise ...

County roads are like ‘third-world country,’ road sales tax suggested

Letters to the editor

November 13, 2019

Letters to the Editor To the editor: Many of the St. Louis County-maintained roads need to be repaved. Just fixing potholes is not enough. Some of our roads look like they belong in a third-world country, or worse. I know our sales tax is already high, but I feel that most of our citizens would vote ...

Sunset Hills officials ‘pulled a fast one’ on residents with rugby fields

Letters to the editor

November 12, 2019

Letters to the Editor To the editor: There have been many people expressing their opinions about the issues surrounding the 20-year rugby field lease in Bander Park by the city of Sunset Hills. I believe most are missing the real issue. The real issue is not traffic, lighting, noise, alcohol or youth d...

Writer hopes Trump ‘locked up for next election’ as an ‘ultimate con’

Letters to the editor

November 6, 2019

Letters to the Editor  To the editor: Almost weekly we are subjected to letters in The Call from Trump sycophants that contain a multitude of falsehoods and are downright depressing in their failure to acknowledge the immoral, hypocritical and law-breaking activities of the president because of a perceiv...

Reader: President should be elected through National Popular Vote

Letters to the editor

October 30, 2019

Letters to the Editor  To the editor: Thank you to Call columnist Carl Hendrickson for raising the issue of how our nation elects the president. When the candidate who does not receive the most popular votes wins the presidency, it is a conversation that citizens should have. The current state-by-...

Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness are not in U.S. Constitution

Letters to the editor

October 24, 2019

Letters to the Editor I hesitate to cast aspersions upon conservative intelligence or erudition, however, I must take exception to Jean Flanagan’s Sept. 12 letter: “Letter outlines conservative beliefs, such as life, liberty.” As we learned in grammar school, the reference to life, liberty a...

Reader appreciates editorial about Sweeney and how crime can pay

Letters to the editor

October 23, 2019

Letters to the Editor To the editor: We totally agree with The Call’s Sept. 5 editorial opinion in the wonderful column you wrote about “Crime Does Pay,” regarding the ridiculous sentence of probation for former St. Louis Economic Partnership CEO Sheila Sweeney. All of these people were in cah...

Politicians should think of the weak and defenseless beyond election

Letters to the editor

October 23, 2019

Letters to the Editor  To the editor: Regarding my Aug. 1 letter and the Sept. 12 response of Christine Hessel, Ms. Hessel, I commend your important work with the pregnancy help center. I believe that you and I are on the same page when it comes to believing that children need care in the USA no m...

Broughton accusing Republicans of the things Democrats are doing

Letters to the editor

October 23, 2019

Letters to the Editor To the editor: I have to respond to Michael Broughton’s letter to the editor in the Aug. 15 edition of the Oakville Call. First, he and many in the leadership of the Democrat Party are calling conservatives and Republicans “Nazis.” That is extremely ironic since it is...

Join the ‘smart and rich’ and vote against every type of tax increase

Letters to the editor

October 22, 2019

Letters to the Editor To the editor: Why vote yourself a tax increase? I occasionally get together with friends and we discuss many issues. Some are enjoyable while others are troubling. We live in St. Louis and are well educated. We are mostly white-collar Yale, Harvard, Princeton and Washingto...

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