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Debate was a debacle

To the editor: Did you watch the so-called “debate” debacle Sept. 29? Trump demonstrated to the world that he is a clear and present danger to world order. Emotionally unmoored and untethered to reality. A stupid and cruel master bully thug. My cognitive dissonance meter went off all ...

I won’t be voting for Biden

To the editor: The Presidential election is less than four weeks away. No, I will not be voting for Biden, I am not voting for a man or a personality. I am not pushing a person. I am voting for the principles for which this country has stood since it’s founding. I am voting for ...

The new normal is abnormal

To the editor: Gov. DeSantis has now opened the state of Florida, despite acknowledging the COVID pandemic is far from over. This so pleased president Trump, who professes he loves “normal” and wants to see Florida return to “normal”. Politico stated on 9/25/2020: “The ...

A tale of two letters

To the editor: This letter is in response to two letters in the Sept. 25 Breeze. Regarding the letter written by Dr. Hagedorn: I am really glad that Biden has all these great qualities about him, but my question to you is, What do they have to do with running this country??? What did he ...

No on 3

To the editor: On the general election ballot will be Amendment 3 to end party primary candidate selection. Tacitly opposed by both the RNC and the Democratic Party, the initiative seeks to do away with pesky policy considerations in voting selection by minimizing party affiliation in the ...

Data, technology and sustainable growth

To the editor: The future of any city nowadays, in my opinion, relies a great deal upon what attention is given to these three things. America as a whole was and continues to be built by local leadership and local initiatives. Our city’s elected leadership, therefore, ought to be best ...

What I like about Joe Biden and why I will vote for him

To the editor: I have repeatedly seen Joe Biden exhibit humility, modesty and a sincere pride in his humble beginnings. I can relate to that and the fact that neither of us have had an Ivy League education. As a lifelong public servant, he has demonstrated the integrity to be trusted to do ...

Who would Washington choose?

Who would Washington pick as president? By Washington I mean the father of our country. I would like you to think about it. You’re in Philadelphia in 1787 with a group of men and you just won a war for independence and are now in a debate to set the laws that will make the foundation of a new ...

Stay tuned…

To the editor: Political advertising is exaggeration at its extreme. Everyone does it and it must work with enough for people to throw $1.4 billion just at the Senatorial races to date. For all political offices it could be in the range of $5-10 billion. Exaggeration is one thing but some ...

Talk about scary

To the editor: The scariest aspect of Biden being our president is in handling the very complex and difficult job of foreign affairs to which the president has the most authority. Compare Trump’s management to Obama/Biden’s management. Under Obama/Biden, the Middle East went from ...