Editor: I resent the implication that any American wanting secure borders is guilty of killing someone in a foreign nation, “The bloody truth about U.S. Immigration policy” (Sept. 2).
Editor: I commend Gerald Stricklin for the Talk of the Town column of Sept. 4. Mr. Stricklin correctly points out that the “special interest group” that made its voice heard in Prescott last month is we the voters.
Editor: As the state has performed one recently, it reminded me of the recent “Rant” in the Courier regarding the use of fentanyl instead of the clearly inefficient cocktail that has demonstrated “cruel and unusual punishment.”
Editor: RE: New water policies, Daily Courier, Sept. 11, 2019. The new policies depend on “paper water.” What? “ADWR.” Who?
Editor:The mayor and council tell us that the city is growing at a controlled rate of 2% per year.
Editor: I am responding to Christine Flowers column on Sept. 2; reference her elaborate epistle to lead us to believe she has all the answers as to what is wrong with our immigration system.
Included in a recent Rants & Raves a reader told us two purposes of the city business license are: 1) “...to keep track of the number and kinds of businesses...”, and 2) “...to keep on top of the number of specific types of businesses.”
Jim Kilbourne, in his letter to the editor of 8/23, is begging for an answer to his question “ Why does the far left have such hatred for President Trump?”