Letters to the Editor
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Four decades ago, GOP President Reagan lowered taxes to fix Carter’s disastrous economy of 22% interest rates, resulting in a booming economy.  Democrat Bill Clinton, adopted “One … more
In Blaine’s Bulletin, June 17, 2020, Representative Luetkemeyer appears to support the lack of social distancing exercised by the crowds at Lake of the Ozarks on Memorial Day weekend. While we … more
Governor Parson has stated that “If you are afraid to vote, don’t vote.”  That shows a contempt for democracy, and this type of attitude might be in keeping with the US now … more
Dear Editor: We just had a Memorial Day celebration to honor those veterans and families that made the sacrifice for our freedoms. If those freedoms are important to you, Google: Judicial Watch, … more
Dear Editor: Mrs. Schnieders commented that Donald Trump, and realized the importance of “Trickle down” in his latest tax bill. Over a four-decade period, the much-vaunted trickle down … more
Why did George Soros spend $five billion on Obama’s election and purchase news outlets throughout America, of which 90+% defend Democratic corruption and distort everything Trump says.  … more
Dear Editor, There has been a lot of negative attention drawn to the Linn R2 school district on social media in recent weeks. This truly saddens me because Linn is a wonderful community and has a … more
To the Editor: Every crisis has new heroes. During the 9/11 attacks, they were the first responders running into burning and crumbling buildings as others ran out. Now, during the Coronavirus … more
Dear Editor, This letter is addressing concerns regarding recent decisions by the Linn R-2 school board. The first was the decision changing next year’s school calendar to a four-day … more
Public servants can be found everywhere. They are on the front lines guarding our national security, curing diseases, caring for veterans, and providing vital services throughout the nation. As the … more
In response to Charlotte Schneider’s comments, I will say that I get bothered when a POTUS cannot keep his word on such an elementary matter of releasing his tax returns. Every President since … more
To the Editor: It only takes one phone call to change your life and there were 17 farmers in Osage County that got a life changing phone call last week when Butterball called and terminated their … more
To the Editor: Addressing Thomeczek’s  4/22/2020 article. First, he touts The NY Times, which is perhaps the most discredited publication in America and has taken millions of dollars … more
Dear Editor, Donald Trump’s Tax Returns I have had extensive computer problems, and anticipate that I will be catching up in the future. I would like to note that both the NY Times … more
Dear Editor: The 2020 Census is our chance to make sure the hard-earned tax dollars we send to Washington D.C. make their way back to Washington County and the Meramec Region. For every adult and … more
Dear Editor: On Friday, March 28, one of the Linn R-2 school board members, Neil Loethen, made the decision to resign from the board.  Neil has submitted his written letter of resignation. … more
Dear Editor, As the local health department director and a staff member in the Osage County Health Department, I wanted to thank the staff of the UD particularly Neal and H.B on their reporting on … more
Dear Mr. Warden: Your Editorial/Opinion in the March 18th edition of the Unterrified Democrat is irresponsible and dangerous to public health. By encouraging people to continue with … more
Dear Editor: Panic or prep:  How are you coping with Coronavirus pandemic? Recent editorials comparing America’s vast population with its small percentage of Coronavirus affected … more
Dear Editor, Fifth Street in Linn is in terrible shape. It leads to the east entrance of McGuire Park and to County Road 621. There is a gravel road (unplated) running through the park that could … more
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