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Republican tax cuts will help most taxpayers

Steve Miller's analogy that the Republican tax cut is like the Monopoly game is wrong on so many fronts. Miller can side with the biased Washington Post, but I'll side with the facts.

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Church service notes millions of lives lost to abortions

To The Herald-Whig: Jan. 22 marks the 45th anniversary of the tragic Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade, which made it legal to abort unborn children at any stage in the nine months. In recognition of this unfortunate decision, there will be a pro-life

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Liberals love illegal immigrants, shout down those who disagree

To The Herald-Whig: It continues to amaze me what part of "illegal" liberals don't understand. They love to replace "illegal" with "undocumented," love to kumbayah about a world with no borders or problems, love to ignore our country's laws when they don'

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Mainstream media no longer only news source

To The Herald-Whig: "If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?" If the left wing, mainstream media does not report an event, was there news? A survey of journalists by the Pew Research Center in 2008 reported: "Fou

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Dr. King's teachings, legacy have changed lives, society

To The Herald-Whig: As we approach Martin Luther King Jr. Day, I want to encourage people to take a moment to reflect upon and recognize the contributions and philosophy of King a man who peacefully stood for equality rejecting bigotry and segregation

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Politicians should not move veterans home to Chicago

To The Herald-Whig: Well, Chicago is at it again -- now it wants to move the beautiful veterans home from Quincy to Chicago because of problems it is having. Are they thinking about the people who have been at the Quincy home for any length of time? No! No

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Salvation Army to celebrate 125 years in Quincy, hold homecoming Jan. 21

To The Herald-Whig: As reported by the Daily Whig on Dec. 11, 1892, the first appearance of the Salvation Army in our city took place Dec. 10, 1892. On the northwest corner of Washington Park, with two cornets and a concertina, and with singing and preach

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Global warming will not shrink beer guts

This is an addendum to William Postle's Jan. 3 letter to The Herald-Whig on the alleged man-made global warming hoax. The climate change data reporting animals shrinking in size and mass is not exactly new.

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Maybe climate change will someday be seen as hoax

To The Herald-Whig: At the time of this writing, the country is in the grip of an extreme cold wave with wind chills in some of the northern regions near minus 75 degrees. In response to this, President Trump sent the left-wing climate change alarmists in

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Tax cut bill follows rules of Monopoly board game

To The Herald-Whig: The passage of the tax-cut bill will be something for which to remember the Republicans. The editorial board of the Washington Post wrote on Dec. 20 that passing this bill was a win for "the wealthy, the entitled and the irresponsible