Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Don’t stigmatize Zero

I have been reading the funny papers since I was a little kid some 70 years ago. Good humor should always make fun of the commonplace in life, possibly even offending those who can easily defend themselves. For example, some of the best humor can be found in editorial cartoons against politicians.

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Hard not to judge Kim Davis

Herald-Leader columnist Tom Eblen wrote about Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis and her book several months ago, and I agree with what he wrote. I don’t believe in judging because that is God’s job. We are to love, God is to judge.

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Trump-Kim meeting miraculous

The historic Trump-Kim meeting is nothing short of incredible and miraculous. Some folks think we should not play nice with North Korean dictator Kim Yong Un because he has done evil things in the past. I think we should concentrate on the present and future and on what is good for America.

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The delusional Donald

President Donald Trump claims that being president puts him above the law. When is he going to assert his divine right to rule? Or consider making a horse a consul like the Roman Emperor Caligula? Or simply claim he’s Napoleon?

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Kneeling protected ‘speech’

Supporters of President Donald Trump: Do you agree with his statement that National Football League players who take a knee during the national anthem should lose their jobs and shouldn’t be in the country? Before you answer, remember that the First Amendment gives everyone, including NFL players, the right to protest.

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Job stats are good news

I found it ironic that, on the very day when the best job growth report in many years was under-reported by the news media, the Herald-Leader chose to print a letter from a reader who griped that Republicans “have never done any good deeds for the middle or poor classes.”

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Trump ill-treated

I refer to President Donald Trump as “the miracle worker” considering all the obstacles he has been confronted with. He is gradually bringing the United States back to what it should be, after former President Barack Obama tried to destroy it.

Kentucky's new sales tax: what you need to know

Kentuckians will begin paying the state's 6 percent sales tax on many services, such as landscaping, gym memberships and car repairs, starting July 1.