Letters to the Editor
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During the 2019 general election, Amendment One was approved by a margin of 62 to 38 percent, certainly a landslide.  The very next day, the Director of the Missouri Chamber of Commerce stated … more
To the Editor: We love our democracy. We brag about it, wave flags, swell with pride. It has served us so well, for so long, that we haven’t taken seriously warnings given since the time of the … more
To the Editor: There seems to be a lot of confusion about Amendment No. 3 which is on the November ballot. This amendment is a proposal written by Missourians to truly clean up Missouri politics. … more
Republicans may win the battle of getting Amy Coney Barrett on the Supreme Court, but America could lose the war! Both Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have refused to answer the question if they would … more
Incredibly, the Maries County Commission and Maries County sheriff, Chris Heitman, continue their effort to track law-abiding citizens in a government database that has the very real potential to be … more
To the Editor: The recent news regarding our President and his wife is evidence enough that no one is immune from contracting this virus. How many more examples do elected leaders need to convince … more
Hooper’s shirt says it all: “He’s talking to us, are we listening?” Think About It! -PRAY- Look at the world today!” more
To the Editor: If you’re looking for a smoking gun reason to decide whether or not to vote for Donald Trump his ego may have provided it, on tape. In interviews with the highly respected … more
I wonder why Mrs. Schnieders chose to say the “bastardly Democrats.”  Labels such as that are a propaganda technique.  Over the last 50 years, the Republicans have had 149 … more
I wonder why Mrs. Schnieders chose to say the “bastardly Democrats.”  Labels such as that are a propaganda technique.  Over the last 50 years, the Republicans have had 149 … more
According to Breitbart, both Mueller and recent Senate Intelligence Committee investigations found “no collusion” between Trump’s campaign and Russia. Mueller had this knowledge in 2016, but … more
Mr. Warden, I just renewed my subscription to the Maries County Advocate, with mixed feelings. On the one hand, I appreciate having a newspaper that reflects local events and people, and has some … more
The Senate Intelligence Report of August 19th deserves attention. The report is very damning in regards to Mr. Stone coordinating with a Russian spy, think GRU, for coordinating with Wikileaks for … more
We were flying to the Moon, we were finding life on Mars, we were dropping bombs with drones, we were getting bigger cars. We were building finer homes, flying out to warmer lands, we were busy … more
The Challenge of CoronaTo the Editor: In response to your article, I want to express my sincere appreciation and gratitude for your reporting of a disturbing case that affects the whole … more
This is an open letter to the editor and anyone in the health care field. Please do not take what I am about to say as being unappreciative for all that you do. I do appreciate those who do that job … more
Dear Editor, Another Osage County fair is in the bag and things were a little strange and strained (because of the COVID-19 virus). For the most part the fair went on as usual and while attendance … more
To the Editor: You would really have to hate the freedoms, safety and ability to make “your life decisions” to vote for Biden. A man, who can’t complete a sentence without a … more
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
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