Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Is Trump really the right choice?

The only way we will have peace, tranquility and the “American Dream” again is to spend wisely. A bloated military budget that devours over half the total budget is where you’ll find the money for roads, passenger train service, education, hospitals, etc.

Letters to the Editor

Address climate change cautiously

Climate change proponents like to quote a figure of 97 percent of scientists who support the anthropogenic climate change narrative, but a recent publication of the National Association of Scholars, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, suggests the correct figure is more like a 60/40 percent split in such scientific opinions.

Letters to the Editor

We need sustainable solar power

The experimental nature of Mississippi Power’s Kemper County plant as well as mismanagement, poor quality control, etc. — exposed by the recent New York Times article “Piles of Dirty Secrets Behind a Model ‘Clean Coal’ Project” by Ian Urbina — means that some of the poorest people in the U.S. have to pay the price with higher electric rates.

Letters to the Editor

Think about it: Are we doomed?

The predictions of doom and gloom change with the latest news. Look back at the predictions of 30 years ago — coastal towns were supposed to be underwater by now, the farm belt of America was supposed to be headed toward a desert and snow in the northern states was supposed to become a rarity.

Letters to the Editor

We need more public pools

It is a shame, in a culture like the Coast’s where boating and fishing are pervasive, and in a state that leads the U.S. in obesity, that the adults in local government have not had the foresight to provide schools with the facilities to encourage safety and health through swimming.