I appreciate the diversity of opinions you publish. Our country needs a well-informed electorate more now than ever. There are a diversity of opinions, but not everyone who speaks out is well informed.
Letters to the Editor
I happen to be from St. Louis, however, that does not make me uninformed about gravel roads. I grew up in a rural area and have experienced many hundreds of miles of gravel.
Sorry to write again so soon, but I want to comment on something said by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, of Michigan, in her Democratic response to Pres. Trump's State of the Union speech last week.
Like many, I’m perplexed by the divide in the Christian community over President Trump—but I’m not surprised. The media is fueling lies, and the world is listening. This was demonstrated in a worship song by Daniel Deitrich (talk about the wrong place to express political views). Deitrich’s song was written in response to the 81% of white evangelical Protestant voters who supported Donald Trump in 2016.
We have just witnessed the complete capitulation of the Senate Republican leadership to the Trump lawlessness. I do remember when the Republican Party was a party of strong conservatism, coupled with a sense of honesty, integrity, and honor.