Letters To The Editor
Every so often, television gets it right. And this was certainly the case last week when PBS and masterful, Emmy Award-winning documentary filmmaker Ken Burns teamed up to present the seven-part series, “The Roosevelt’s: An Intimate His...
Religious views irrelevant
Regarding Tuesday’s article about tax fraud and the inability of the IRS to verify W-2 wages (“Tax fraud solution could slow refunds,” front page), there is a temporary, albeit incomplete, fix that could be put into place almost ...
Proud to be American
Our Bucs took an ugly trouncing Sept. 18 before a national audience. It’s natural for us local fans to be frustrated because it means we care. We care about our football team, about our hometown on the national stage and, of course, we want to...
I have never voted liberal in my life, nor have I ever voted for a Democrat for anything, local or national. The Democratic National Committee has my email address. The only place it could have gotten it was from the voting records. The past three we...
Sold out only once
Regarding “Permanent alimony: Family isn’t always fair, but it still matters” (Views, Sept. 14): Unlike Megan McArdle, I wholeheartedly applaud Gov. Chris Christie’s abolition of permanent alimony in New Jersey. Good ridda...