Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Young people’s input needed on city’s future

As the debate over the proposed changes to 13th Street continues, young people should voice their opinions because this is a major change that will affect Columbus. It is no secret that Columbus has a problem with keeping and attracting young people. Atlanta has its hip Midtown with murals and cafes, Savannah has its revitalized downtown with restaurants and shops, so why not Columbus?

Letters to the Editor

Details, accuracy sadly lacking in report on tax bill

On Tuesday, December 19, Channel 9 news reported on the tax bill being voted on in Congress. One of the anchors stated that the Democrats believe the bill to be a scam, which was immediately followed by the other who stated, "A new analysis shows that after 10 years 70% of the middle class will see an increase in taxes while 76% of the rich will see a decrease."

Letters to the Editor

Sexual misconduct allegations from the left are about liberal politics, not morality

Allegation(s) — a statement (written/verbal) not proven in a court of law is a synonymous word in today’s society and heavy in our world of politics. So goes the demise of Judge Roy Moore recently. In politics since early 2001 and in a high profile position, not a closet woman came forward until Judge Moore (Senate candidate) is in a run-off vote that cost him a victory with Mr. Doug Jones.

Army Secretary visits Fort Benning, says U.S. Army is in a renaissance

Secretary of the Army Mark Esper set out three priorities in what he calls a renaissance in the Army - readiness, modernization and reform. With these in mind, Esper added that U.S. Army leadership must also be good stewards of taxpayer money