Having waited a full month for my Democrat friends to answer my inquires, it seems appropriate to continue my quest to understand the present political situation. Perhaps my questions were vague and need clarification.
Letters to the Editor
Wow, wow, wow. There are not enough words to describe the St. James High School band concert I just witnessed on Saturday afternoon. It was great in two parts. First, the Performing Arts Auditorium. What a beautiful venue. The seating was very comfortable, the view was perfect and the acoustics were outstanding. Dr. Johnson and the school board have created something the people of St. James should be very proud of. Well done.
On a recent afternoon in mid-April, hundreds of Missourians rallied at the Missouri State Capitol to urge the legislature to protect their property rights. The rally was sparked by an egregious abuse of eminent domain in northern Missouri.
Even a year ago, as misinformation was deliberately spread across the land and unnecessary shutdowns were forced upon us, I would not have believed I would ask this question of Americans, but here it is: Are you willing to pump COVID vaccine into your bloodstream in order to keep your cell phone service?
Each of the past several elections has thrust rural people into the media spotlight. Rural and urban people are divided, the pundits tell us. Neither understands the lives of the other, the news reports read.