Newspaper article Evansville Courier & Press (2007-Current)


Newspaper article Evansville Courier & Press (2007-Current)


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David Qualkenbush, Huntingburg, Ind.

Liberal media silences debate

The political gridlock in our Capitol eliminates any real debate about solutions. Die-hards on both sides have dug in their heels more than ever. We see our elected leaders taking vacations, paying no attention to the very serious issues before them. The media has been shown to be more biased than at any time in our past, adding to the feelings of anger, and frustration, we all share with one another. Therein lies the problem. While we share our intense feelings within our circle of friends we dare not express an opinion in public. The politically correct police have literally choked the life out of any dissent. We see personal assassination, and other vindictive actions taken against those that choose to express an opinion contrary to the pablum the often very liberal, very biased, media insist on feeding us.

We still have the freedom of speech. Our forefathers died to give us the freedom to speak out.

Are we going to continue to be herded around like a bunch of sheep?

Educate yourself on the issues. Learn from a variety of sources.

Speak up America.

Joseph Williams, Newburgh

Civil rights agency seems unneeded

I read in amazement the lead article on the front page of the Evansville Courier & Press "EVSC to Improve Gender Equity." Now I'm all for gender equity but the amazing part of the article is that our federal government has a U.S. Department of Education for Civil Rights. Apparently these federal bureaucrats, with pensions and health care fly around the country and advise our school systems on civil rights. In times when we are borrowing more than 40 cents of every dollar we spend, is this essential? I would love to go waste and inefficiency hunting in this federal government that is spending my money. It would be a field day.

Cody J. White, Owensville, Ind.

Support labeling of ingredients

Saturday's front page portrait (Feb. 16) was a glaring reminder of how big money has consumed our now patently dysfunctional political system. On June 21, 2012, Indiana Senators Dan Coats and Richard Lugar voted against our "right to know" if our groceries contain genetically-modified ingredients (Sanders Amendment 2310). …

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