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Letters to the Editor

Friday, December 30, 2011

Dear Editor:

This is an open letter to all your readers who drive:

I am asking for your help to ban photo traffic enforcement in Pennsylvania.

As a motorist, you know how important road safety is when exercising your inalienable right to freedom of travel.

Photo enforcement exists to raise revenue. It does this by causing more crashes, injuries and fatalities. Money, not safety, is the goal.

Friday, December 23, 2011

Dear Editor:

This is in response to ex-reader Kris Moyer's letter that was published in 11-26-11 newspaper. Let me just say I am grateful he is an ex-reader since he obviously doesn't appreciate a lot of things in life.

First and foremost. Reason 1 is a total contradiction since he says that all Robert (Ski) Sieputowski does is complain. Correct me if I am wrong but that is what you're doing Kris.

Friday, December 23, 2011

Dear Editor:

On December 17, two commentaries - "History will judge role," by Ann McFeatters, and "War's finally over - sort of," by Dale McFeatters - shed light on the absurdity of Obama's claim that our military really is pulling out of Iraq, the fact that the US will have a huge presence in Iraq forever, and the fact that there was no justification for a US invasion of Iraq in the first place.

Friday, December 23, 2011

Dear Editor:

This letter was suggested by Tamaqua Police Department Personnel, who said that I should write this letter to make people aware of a problem at the Five Points in Tamaqua after I told them how I was almost hit 5 or 6 times by a vehicle. This happened at the Five Points intersection in the past two months in Tamaqua.

Friday, December 23, 2011

Dear Editor:

Fellow citizens of Carbon County,

This election cycle, the people of Carbon County voted, overwhelmingly, across party lines to elect Republicans to "right the ship" after years of Democrat control and corruption. County Commissioner Wayne Nothstein and Commissioner- elect Tom J. Gerhard soundly defeated the team of Commissioners Getz and O'Gurek.

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Dear Editor:

Please see that this article gets in your paper. I think it is very important to the people, not only in this town of Tamaqua, but every town. It is about the ringing of our church bells.

I wrote an article about it last year and sent it in to all the churches here in Tamaqua. I only heard from one of them, Zion Lutheran Church. I also heard from a lawyer from town who told me I was right in what I said in the article. The church committee from Zion Church said the same thing.

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Dear Editor:

If anyone is celebrating Christmas without realizing the true meaning of Christmas as being the most wonderful birth of Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior, the only Son of God, they shouldn't be partaking in this glorious Holy day at all. If non-Christians want to celebrate a day of gift giving with "Santa Claus" as their main character of preference to represent their holiday. They should choose an alternative day of the year rather than December 25th.

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Dear Editor:

Having been born in 1950, in the Allentown area, life was very different as compared to now. One of four brothers and a sister, my parents were very loving, they taught us right from wrong and good from bad. Life was simple and a lot easier than things are now. We grew up watching Ed Sullivan and Art Linkletter and when things were real big news Walter Cronkite would tell the world what was, as he did when John F. Kennedy was shot and killed on that sad day in Texas.

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Dear Editor:

I am taking a moment to acknowledge the hard work of many people involved with the recent Lehighton Area Lioness Lions Club Breakfast with Santa event held at the Lehighton Recreational Center.

Approximately 200 people attended the breakfast and enjoyed a breakfast of waffles and sausage. Children dropped off their letters to Mrs. Claus and then visited with Santa where they received early Christmas gifts.

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Dear Editor:

Can you vote?

Maybe not. Although it is your right to vote as an American citizen, and you have been voting for many, many years, you may be prevented from doing so in the future unless you have a government issued photo I.D. Scary, isn't it?