Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor, March 17

Some input on power bills

What in theworld is happening with our power bills? My last two single-month bills were$294! My December and January bill, combined, was $250.33. I’m sure that theautomatic meter reader is off on its calculations! Am I the only one (exceptfor a few close friends) that is complaining about these new charges? Why andfor what are we paying for?

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Letters to the Editor, March 10

Common ground

An Open Letter to the County Commissioners and the Residentsof Okanogan County:

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Letters to the Editor, March 3

A new wave

Hear that noise? It’s the first cracking of the rottedpillars supporting ‘affirmative action,’ as propped up by the Supremes of1978. Witness: www.cnn.com/video/#/video/living/2011/02/28/nr.white.male.scholarships.cnn?hpt=T2

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Letters to the Editor, Week 8

PUD bill no phantom load

To Okanogan county PUDcommissioners and Administrators:

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Letters to the Editor, Week 7

Publisher propaganda?

I’mstarting to wonder if the publisher of the Gazette-Tribune is a deliberateliar, or just another poorly informed ideologue on a mission. While hispolitical leanings are obvious, less obvious is whether or not he actuallybelieves the propaganda he spews forth on a weekly basis.

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Letters to the Editor, Week 6

Don’t just sit there and grumble

This is a letter to the Tribal Members meeting in thedistricts to try to change what is going terribly wrong. You are to becongratulated!

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Letters to the Editor, Jan. 6

Not going to take it…

“I Am MadAs Hell and I Am Not Going To Take It Anymore!” Recently, Ihave read Mr. Bill Forhan’s columns in your newspaper this last couple ofmonths and his lack of facts really "get under my skin."  

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Letters to the Editor, Week 50

Outraged by judge’s decision

I am Sandra Taylor and am currently a secretaryfor District Court Judge-elect Henry Rawson. With that said I feel thateven though people may feel I am biased in writing this, the fact of the matteris as a voter I am truly outraged.

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Letters to the Editor, Week 49

Voters areincompetent

‘Tis the season ofthe illusion of choice: When “the people” “consent to be governed” by anignorant and incompetent majority. Is majority rule equal to mob rule? Is therea legal difference between self-governance and consenting to be governed? Doesa voter/citizen have a duty to correct the error of their vote? Does Americanlaw respect the dissenting opinion of reason? Do those sworn to uphold stateand federal constitutions have a duty to protect those with “minimal contacts”with corporate government, and/or disagree with overboard police powers?

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Letters to the Editor Week 48

Words cannot express

We’ve been helping with benevolences for quite a few years now and it never ceases to amaze us at the outpouring of support and love the community steps up time and after time in such a big way. Words cannot express the emotion of gratitude in our hearts right now for all your help in this time of need.

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