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Letters to the Editor

We’re not invincible

To the Editor, Has humanity degraded into a comedy of errors. The gods of punditry spew every night as news in their state of pleasurable sensation of making believe they are the gods of righteousness. Climate change is the same as usual. It’s just reacting to which way the wind blows and ...

A solution to the problem

To the Editor, The pundits on TV and in print are wringing their hands about the horrible problem at the border with thousands of immigrants entering the country illegally. I would be wringing my hands if they were not entering the country. China, Cuba, Venezuela, and North Korea have no ...

Were you planned?

To the Editor, How many babies are “planned”? How many mothers wish they had aborted their babies? How many humans wish they had been aborted? Were you “planned”? What if you hadn’t been given the choice of life?” Diane M. Stankiewicz Weirton

The Baby Boomers

To the Editor, Okay. We the folks of the ages of 60 to 70, and beyond, are considered as those children that were born after World War 2. In this time, the following happened. New housing development. New jobs. Economy was on the rise. New gadgets on the market. Television. Transistor ...

Thanks for making festival a success

To the Editor, This letter is a big thank you to the citizens of Weirton and surrounding area for supporting the 59th-annual Peach Festival at St. Thomas Episcopal Church on Three Spring Drive in Weirton that was held Aug. 13. The planning and preparations take many hours and many hands ...

Trump needs help

To the Editor, Father Ed, yes, I was an altar boy, always started the reading of the Gospel with one word — wisdom — and then began reading. It should not be surprising to understand quite a few world leaders in history have ended up mad men. Former President Donald Trump does not need a ...