Letters to the Editor: July 24, 2016

Try the anti-Clinton vote on November I wanted to comment on the provocative cartoon that appeared at the top of the Journal’s opinion...

Selfish world needs a generous response By the age of 5, I shared my scissors with a boy. I told him to practice on my hair, because “everyone has to learn and everyone has to share.” By the age of 15, I was directing an (unofficially) non-profit summer camp geared towards the prevention of body […]

All pastors should focus on salvation As I read James Hull’s demands in Sunday’s edition for a “civilian oversight of our police,” I couldn’t help but notice that he was making these demands on behalf of “Blacks.” Considering this demand, I had a few questions about his demands: • Why should there be an oversight […]

Trump receives a free pass from too many Even before I read the Cal Thomas article in the June 30 issue of the Daily Journal, I wondered about Donald Trump’s connections, if any, that he had with a higher power. Following a meeting with Focus on the Family founder Dr. James Dobson, Trump was hailed […]

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Tupelo is still dealing with the death of Ronnie Shumpert; no one seems to know why he ran. In South Carolina, Walter Scott wasn’t a bad man, he was behind on child support payments and ran. We could go on and on. What is society sowing that we are reaping such a bitter harvest? The […]

We have been robbed. Federal District Judge Carlton Reeves ruled June 27 the part of our new “Protecting Freedom of Conscience from Government Discrimination Act” that exempts county clerks from having to issue same-sex marriage licenses when it violates their religious beliefs violates the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage. He made the ruling […]

In an unprecedented move, Gov. Phil Bryant has called the legislature into special session because of problems with the budget for this fiscal year, which ends on Thursday. He is asking for authority to take unlimited amounts of money from the state’s rainy day fund to fix this year’s problems. But the real budget problems […]

Bible precedes Constitution as foundation of protection Honesty, integrity and accuracy are missing in Rheta Grimsley Johnson’s column, “Grits, religion, Bush Hogging and coming out.” Is she ignorant of the mass shootings in churches, schools and other places where people assume they are safe, and therefore are unprepared to protect themselves from danger? Or did […]

Dregs run the show across the U.S. Present today all across America is the worst bunch of faux humans, who try masquerading as informed citizens. This band of fakers, the terrible Baby Boomers, has no morals, ethics nor recognizes the difference between good and evil. This the Woodstock pinheads who came to power in Bill […]

Still opportunities to cater to travelers with new airline First, let me say thank you to Dennis Seid for keeping us updated with regard to the operations of Contour Airlines and our Tupelo Airport, most recently his article on June 12, 2016. I would like to address Tupelo Airport and Contour Airlines. I am sure […]