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Editor, One of the reasons I am running for Middletown Borough Council is to correct what I see as a serious misdirection by our current council.All boroughs are challenged with fiscal responsibility. However, under the guise of saving money the … more
Editor, A letter to President Barack Obama on behalf of all seniors and the poor: I voted for you, and you promised to take care of the seniors, the poor and the downtrodden.I am really upset because, as a senior, we got a big $12 raise on … more
Editor,   For those who might remember, I wrote a letter years ago challenging another letter writer, Herbert C. Moore, to give me an example of one species evolving into a higher species. I waited, and was interested to see his … more
Editor,   In G. Edward Carpenter’s response (“Dinosaurs are in the Bible,’’ March 6 Viewpoints) to my Readers’ Views letter on evolution (“Here’s another attempt to teach calculus to a cat,’’ Feb. 27 Viewpoints), he … more
Editor,   The Middletown Public Library expresses great appreciation to the community for the generous financial support that has come into the library in recent months. more
Editor, I would like to take issue with one particular statement that Herbert C. Moore made in his Readers’ Views letter (“Here’s another attempt to teach calculus to a cat,’’ Press And Journal, Feb. 27).   In his letter … more
Editor, It is with great pleasure that I see Andy Burger is writing more anti-science drivel in the Journal (“Evolution is a fairy tale for adults,’’ Viewpoints, Feb. 13). I was afraid that when we spanked him the last time for that … more
I don’t normally weigh in on such matters, but I couldn’t let Andrew Burger’s letter in the Feb. 13 edition of the Press And Journal (“Evolution is a fairy tale for adults,” Viewpoints) go unchallenged. I suspect Mr. Burger is a sincere … more
Editor,   Hitler would give an A-plus to the evolutionists for following his instructions. Hitler said, “A lie should be so colossal that no one would believe that someone could have the impudence to distort the truth so … more
Editor, If you walked around Middletown and asked residents what they thought about the police force, it is likely that a good number of them would relay an anecdote about how they, or somebody they know, was harassed by an officer while walking … more
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