The two least admired presidential candidates in history would “make America great again” from the top down in Washington. But the only way America will become “great” again is to rebuild this nation from the bottom up.
Columns & Letters
I turn 38 years old on November the 19th. That day I would be two years from the ripe old age of 40. Being middle age is remarkable and rewarding because I have seen alot of things go down, and is still around here to talk about them. Growing up in the 1980s, I saw a lot of things in my time.
In last week’s letter, the gentleman concluded that God created “profoundly unequal humanity” and that “The right attitude toward our innate differences is obedient and benevolent acceptance of the wondrous diversity wrought by the Lord.”
When Obama was elected in 2008 as the first black president, jubilant liberals declared the beginning of a “post-racial” utopia in America. Instead, eight years of Obama have produced unprecedented racial hatred in America.
The recent controversy between Travelers Rest High School and Berea High School at a football game is very disturbing.
First of all, I would like to say thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts about what I wrote. Accountability is important since no one is perfect.
I want to say welcome to Ms. Kaelyn Pfenning, your new reporter and columnist. I look forward to her reporting and to her weekly column. But I take issue with her column of July 6, “Liberty and justice for all.”
To the editor,
As a citizen of Greer and a military veteran, I want to share an experience my wife and I had with the City of Greer Police Department.
To the editor,
Read John 10:22-30
A cloud appeared and covered them, and a voice came from the cloud: “This is my Son, whom I love. Listen to him.” – Mark 9:7 (NIV)