Letters to editor
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Simple question. The officials who wanted zoning to take control over residents’ decisions over their property are upset that the state wants to do the same to them? Ray … more
I am responding to the column you published from the League of Women Voters on Feb. 19 entitled, “For the love of democracy.” Sadly, this column contains several factual errors that … more
The remaining environmentally essential wetlands in Indiana are gravely threatened. The Indiana General Assembly is considering a bill, Senate Bill 389, that, “Repeals state regulated wetlands … more
As with the beginning of each session of the state legislature, there’s always a multitude of bills introduced on just about any subject or issue. The vast majority never move forward and even … more

This is in response to Steve Wilson’s letter to the editor. No one is trying to silence folks on the right. But people speaking in the public forum must make every effort to be sure the … more
Crawfordsville and Montgomery County have already made great strides in sustainability. With the completion of the latest solar farm, Crawfordsville will have a higher percentage of its electrical … more
This in response to Dan Booher regarding an earlier letter by Mark Allen. I have personally had postings deleted from Craigslist. The issue was that you could vote in Michigan with a driver’s … more
Thank you Mayor Barton, Ed Fain of the Friends of Sugar Creek and all others involved in the long project of getting the low head dam removed from Sugar Creek. I’ve been on the river all of … more
Mark Allen has asked us to boycott businesses and several news organizations. He alleges they are not presenting factual content and are trying to silence half of all American voters. I invite him to … more

The day I read about Rep. Jim Baird’s defense of his recent political actions (Journal Review, Jan. 15), I drafted a response excoriating him for supporting the Texas attorney general’s … more
Nearly 1 in 12 people in Indiana are living with a substance use disorder, according to the Indiana University website on addictions. This represents a devastating problem for the state: a group of … more
Big tech, the liberal media like Apple, CNN, MSNBC, Google and Amazon, as well as the Democrat party are attempting to silence half the voting population in the United States. We must protect … more
State Senator Phil Boots announced the 2021 legislative agenda the other day. The agenda has two serious flaws in it that if enacted would cause harm to the senator’s constituents. Boots … more
Joe Biden will be inaugurated behind fortified non-scalable fencing, streets blocked by military vehicles, and guarded by 20,000 soldiers. Who makes politicians this afraid? Maybe Americans were … more

Congressman Jim Baird: Regarding your interview published in the Journal Review on Jan. 15. Crocodile tears. The height of hypocrisy. A disservice to your constituents, the House of Representatives … more
According to published state and federal law enforcement agencies there with be a security force in excess of 29,808 law enforcement and National Guardsmen to protect the estimated 1,500 Biden … more
I can’t take it anymore! Counting the bowl games, the play-offs and the Colts, I have watched 25 games in less than two weeks. Thanks to the, “play is under review” rule, all these … more
Three Indiana Republicans baselessly voted Jan. 6 to object to certifying the election in Arizona: Rep. Jackie Walorski, Rep. Jim Banks and Rep. Jim Baird. The vote failed in both the House and the … more
Senator Mike Braun, Wabash College class of 1976 has been acting unreasonable and irresponsible since the results of the November Presidential election were announced over a month ago. He has … more

Some friends and family members who were kind enough to read “What to call Jill?” published in these pages on Dec. 21 were disappointed and perhaps angered that I did not answer directly … more
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