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    Call Muslim terrorists what they really are

    After reading the editorial “Congress should pass law against torture” in Monday’s paper I offer this opinion: The sooner our liberal press (The Herald included) realizes that we are war with radical Muslim terrorists the better off this country will be. Why is it so hard to...

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    Don’t blame cattle for global warming

    I disagree with the editorial and believe that it does not have all the facts nor are the ones it has included correct. Cattle are not the major cause of greenhouse gas emissions in the United States.

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    In Cuba, the repression continues

    The following editorial appeared in Friday’s Washington Post:

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    Don’t allow unhealthy snacks at schools

    Smart Snacks in Schools guidelines are in place, and schools across the state are learning to provide healthy yet profitable in-school fundraisers. Unfortunately, these efforts may be undermined by a recent S.C. State Board of Education action.

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    Chester County sheriff got budget hikes

    On Dec. 1, I listened as Chester County Sheriff Alex Underwood told the Chester County Council that they are not supportive of the Sheriff's Department with regard to his need for additional personnel. I have since then heard a great deal of additional rhetoric that has not been supported by fact...

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    Krugman is blinded by leftist ideology

    Isn’t it time for The Herald to acknowledge that New York Times columnist Paul Krugman has reached the point of irrelevance? There was a time when he was a respected economist who would let the data lead him to his conclusions, but now he simply pushes the left’s talking point of the...

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    Children are victims of U.S. border policy

    Here on the East Coast, news of border activity arrives slowly, if at all, and it always falls far short of describing the full impact of what transpires along the border and the badlands that encompass it.

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    Blind justice or blind journalism?

    After reading Andrew Dys’ most recent piece on the Billy Wayne Cope saga, “Amanda ‘touched the hearts of many’,” I think Dys may finally be ready to take over as the communications director for the 16th Circuit Solicitor’s Office or as the public affairs...

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    Policing the underprivileged and minorities

    The events of the last several weeks, including the recent police shooting of an unarmed man in Columbia, have had a profound effect on me. These recent incidents, combined with anecdotal evidence of my day-to-day life as a criminal defense attorney, have led me to two conclusions: I believe that...

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    Stimulus won't work

    In James Werrell's Feb. 13 column, "Look who hates the federal stimulus bill," the only one needing tarred and feathered is Werrell and the majority of "journalists" who write this same garbage. What about President Obama's promises? Where is this transparent government? Where is the five-day review...

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