Letters to the editor
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When I heard about VinFast and the Moncure Megasite, my first thought was the company isn’t even listed on the Stock Exchange. They have announced a planned stock IPO (initial … more
As a 14-year old white kid growing up in a racist town, I could have been the one organizing a slave auction, thinking it was funny. Thankfully, people of every shade of skin over … more
The time has come that we all prayed would not. The prevailing thought in everyone’s mind is WHY? There are a lot of whys involved in this conflict. Why was a sovereign … more
Like everyone I know, I am horrified by the brutal Russian invasion of Ukraine and terrified by the prospect of nuclear war. I am grateful that President Biden so far has resisted … more
The U.S. Senate has many things to do; some small and some very large and critical. Recently, they passed a bill to make Daylight Savings Time permanent. It’s not yet law but … more
The front page of the News + Record’s March 17-23 edition had quite a bit of juxtaposition. The headline was celebrating the Northwood girls’ basketball championship with a … more
I would not mind CRT (Critical Race Theory) or racial justice being addressed in school if the subjects also included food stamps, welfare checks, Medicaid, free school lunches and … more
To the Editor: The Russians are coming! Responding to last week’s news of the Russian-Ukraine war and the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) urgent updated … more
To push or not to push the button? The world is living in fear of this question due to one evil man’s menopause. Andropause can affect men as early as 40 years of age. more
I fear that by the time this letter is in print Ukraine will have fallen under the complete domination of Russia and thousands of Ukrainians will have been killed, injured, or … more
Some notable petrochemical, tobacco and other corporate polluters stand to profit from weakening American democracy and environmental-climate change policy. From 2015 to 2020, 11 corporations, termed … more
I would like to thank and acknowledge the Chatham County Parks & Recreation staff (particularly Andrew Harrison and Tracy Teague) for their incredible hard work and patience regarding the … more
To the Editor: Good morning, school board members and Superintendent Jackson. I’m writing this morning to express my profound disappointment in and frustration with your recent decision to end … more
To the Editor: Thank you, thank you, thank you. There are never enough “thank yous” for those like Charles Gardner (“‘Servant leader’: Gardner broke barriers while making a … more
What do you call it when we are removing names of American Founding Fathers from public school buildings because they were men of their time — yes, slaveholders — while we name … more
We draft these comments after church this past Sunday morning, having heard a powerful message focused on God’s grace and the importance of ending division. more
Wow! Central Carolina Commnity College was given a $2 million donation that will help expand educational opportunities at this institution from an alumnus, E. Eugene Moore. more
While there is mounting evidence that marijuana is effective in treating some physical conditions, the step toward legalization should be taken deliberately, as with any other prescription medication proposed for general use. more
The other day, out with my wife in our car, I came to a “T” intersection in our rural area and stopped. As I scanned both directions, the right was clear and to the left an SUV … more
To the Editor: When a justice is appointed to Supreme Court, it affects every county, hometown, city and state in the U.S. And when the government creates and passes bills, laws, segregated … more
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