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Remarks during council meeting not appreciated

Regarding the article, “Christmas Railway full steam ahead”: Ms. Alison Penn, reporter, RDR does a great job writing her articles and covering many of...

2018 triathlon dedicated to co-founder

On July 14 at the 35th annual Bottomless Lakes Triathlon, a husband, father, brother and grandfather was honored. Bill Tarter dedicated his life to...

Experience matters

Oak Ridge National Labs has reported that there have been 44,000 transfers of spent nuclear fuel cask from location A to location B by...

Kraft’s column hit the nail on the head

Rick Kraft’s circumspectly penned column “Just a Thought” is a mainstay in our newspaper for a reason. In the Sunday paper he opined that...

It’s the ruling class vs. the working class

For years, Democrats and like-minded Republicans exchanged American jobs for cheap foreign goods. They said our best days were behind us, and our children...

Student excited to go back to school

I am going to be a 4th grader in a couple of weeks. On the first day of summer, I was already excited about...

Centennial Care complicated, inefficient

Dr. Vijay Chechani’s recent letter to the editor elucidated the dizzying array of complications and inefficiencies for patients and physicians who utilize Centennial Care...

Letter writer: Many ‘liberal’ ideas would restrict freedom

A letter in the July 17 RDR was telling us again, “If it were not for past liberals ... we would not be free...

Companies’ Centennial plans must offer basic benefits

I am a pulmonary, critical care and sleep medicine physician in practice in Roswell for 26 years. I have never seen a situation so...

Independent authority ultimately needed for airport

Roswell’s city council has taken a welcome step of creating and appointing an Airport Advisory Commission. Having greater opportunities for public input, both from...

Letter writer: Liberals believe in more freedom

I read with some interest Mr. R.A. Scott's letter of July 11 and I would like to comment on it. I do not agree with...

Apology for ‘Civic embarrassment’ remark

In my Saturday letter to the editor calling Thursday night’s City Council meeting a CIVIC EMBARRASSMENT, I should probably have waited until I had...

Reader: Not local government’s finest hour

As is usual, I attended the Roswell City Council Meeting Thursday night, July 12, and it was a CIVIC EMBARRASSMENT from beginning to end. Larry...

Ideas deemed liberal, conservative change with time

I wish to add my input to the recent discussion of contributions of liberals. One writer told us all our rights are the result...

Thanks to Roswell for supporting wonderful event

We here at the Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico would like to thank the community of Roswell for its support in turning out...

GOP doesn’t put citizens’ safety in jeopardy

John Ford (in his letter July 4) is correct to say that political parties have changed over the years, but one doesn’t have to...

Political parties have changed over time

Mr. Donald Burleson’s letter of 30 June was interesting. He mentioned the 15th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution regarding the right to vote. He...

Conservatives have been forward-thinking on many issues

In a letter to the editor of June 28, John Ford says: “Every right, privilege, and freedom we American citizens enjoy are the result...

Freedoms owed to more than liberals’ efforts

I want to thank Mr. John Ford for setting me straight on how we Americans got all our rights, privileges and freedoms. I always...

Letters spur response on rights, freedoms

I read the letters of Mr. Dawe and Mr. Rivera in the RDR and have only this to say. Every right, privilege and freedom we...

Liberals enjoy a double standard

Roseanne Barr offended me years ago when she grabbed her crotch when she was booed for disrespectfully singing the Star-spangled Banner. Her latest affront...

Letter writer angered by interaction

I went to a local car wash — there was only one attendant so I waited for him to come and attend me and...

Letter writer believes he ‘struck a nerve’

In reading Ms. Moeller’s response to my letter on progressives and their academic supporters, it appears I stuck a nerve possibly from someone who...

Help neighborhoods? Try addressing engine noise …

For 42 years, I have lived in the once-peaceful area of the Linda Vista development. Unfortunately in the last year, my neighborhood has become...

Cake decision reflects Constitution’s intent

I am thankful to see some sanity in our court system. In a recent Supreme Court decision, Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission,...

Apply logic to propaganda, rhetoric

What is a progressive? Webster defines this as denoting progress or moving forward. It is generally thought of as positive. In politics Hilary Clinton,...

Graduates, beware of ‘brainwashing’

Our recent graduates need to understand about “brainwashing” before going to college. It has two main elements: isolation and repetition. If I stand here and...

Food drive efforts much appreciated

Harvest Ministries of Roswell wants to thank our local letter carriers of the United States Postal Service and the community of Roswell for the...

Fear of litigation can impact business

Ralph Rivera’s victimhood letter to the editor portrayed the almost tribal animosity and disdain which can exist between liberals and conservatives. He also mentioned...

Victimhood used to cast blame

“I’m tired of liberals using black people and making us look like victims,” Bryan Sharpe said. “Another thing I hate about them if you’re...

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