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Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor
  • LETTERS FOR MARCH 7, 2014: Choose wisely against sin Once again man's law and God's law are on a collision course. How should we react when this situation arises? There are three possible routes to take. First, you can choose man's law. Second, you can choose God's law. Third, you can choose a neutral

    March 7, 2014

  • GN140306 Kubacki_Rebecca-3 cjb READER POINT OF VIEW: Cleaning up Indiana’s communities The health and safety of families in Indiana has been one of my top priorities since I was elected to office. When looking at the different bills that the Indiana House has passed, one that I feel especially passionate about is House Bill 1141, which

    March 6, 2014 1 Photo

  • LETTERS FOR MARCH 5, 2014: The war on American liberty We are losing our freedoms at a rate unparalleled in American history. We've gone from being the envy of the world in terms of political and economic freedom to the point where we are now starting to resemble Nazi Germany more than we do a free count

    March 5, 2014

  • LETTERS FOR MARCH 2, 2014: Congress should raise minimum wage Debating the ideal way to help low-wage workers, as was done at a local forum Monday in Elkhart is useful long-term, but right now, the simplest step is to raise the minimum wage. As one of the forum participants pointed out, most minimum wage worke

    March 2, 2014

  • LETTERS FOR FEB. 28, 2014: People make ‘Pearls’ a success Recently, the SPA Women's Ministry Home of Elkhart held its annual dinner and auction fund-raiser, "Pearls of Great Price," at Elkhart Baptist Church. More than 400 people attended and participated in a wonderful catered dinner, silent auction and th

    February 28, 2014

  • LETTERS FOR FEB. 26, 2014: Regressive vs. Progressive taxes In 2008 Gov. Mitch Daniel increased Indiana's sales tax rate to 7 percent to help offset reductions from new limits on property and inheritance taxes. Our legislators approved this law, which benefits prosperous propertied individuals such as they, w

    February 26, 2014

  • LETTERS FOR FEB. 21: Kubacki denies voters a voice I am disappointed by the outcome of the recent marriage amendment legislation. Indiana citizens were denied a voice and a vote on this important issue. If state Rep. Rebecca Kubacki truly believed in protecting the institution of marriage, as she has

    February 21, 2014

  • LETTERS FOR FEB. 20, 2014: Finding common good in Goshen When an organization undertakes a special endeavor, it can be easy to focus on the organizational effort, satisfaction and accomplishments, and forget that not all may agree on the learning that is sought. Currently, there is great satisfaction in kn

    February 20, 2014

  • LETTERS FOR FEB. 15, 2014: Put a stop to Indiana House Bill 1036 I write informing readers about proposed legislation allowing government to regulate church outreach ministries in Indiana. Similar legislation, which would regulate activities and food served at church day care centers, was introduced last year by m

    February 15, 2014

  • LETTERS FOR FEB. 14: Immigrant families are welcome in Goshen In numerous ways, the town of Goshen is a wonderful place to live; however, I am very disappointed with the attitudes and prejudices that sometimes pop up in this community. In my opinion, the Feb. 12 letter to the editor (by Bob and Deb Clarke) abou

    February 14, 2014

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