It's remarkable no matter how one looks at it. In this part of Illinois, either we have more than our share of the top 3% of income earners, or we have those fortunate individuals who are related to a 3 percenter and are sure they are in the will.
William Gladstone argued that the way a nation cares for its dead measures the sympathies of its people, their respect for the law and their loyalty to high ideals. Two recent events are a cause of concern for our nation.
I am in the 8% category that cast my votes based on what is good for this great nation. It is not based on a candidate's gender, ethnicity or emotions. Let us not allow others to brainwash us without doing our research.
To the Herald-Whig: Great cooperation between county and city officials for the benefit of all citizens was demonstrated recently when county and city officials officially cut the ribbon for the new facility housing the Adams County Sheriff's Department,
Unemployed Illinoisans are at a disadvantage when it comes to federal unemployment dollars, and they have the governor to blame for it.
This letter points out at least one example of equality as practiced daily in the United States: Not everyone with a telephone number will be president of these United States. This fact qualifies as an inequality: It is not unfair.
One of the big lies that came out of the Republican convention is that Joe Biden would defund the police and you would not be safe in your home. As Donald Trump Jr. stated, "You will call 911 and get voice mail."
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