Larry Meads’ letter of March 28 is typical of the left’s attacks on President Donald Trump.
Thank you for the article about the Coalition for Compassion and Justice opening the city’s sole 24-7 emergency shelter for those adults experiencing homelessness at this time.
I think it’s about time to drop John Micek’s syndicated column. He never writes about anything but how bad of a job President Donald Trump is doing.
John Stossel’s column of March 27 was so bizarre. The reason South Korea handled the virus so well was simply the fact that the government was prepared for it with strict containment measures early on and stockpiling of supplies. Healthcare professionals made recommendations that were heeded by the government leaders who then took action.
I was just reading an article in which a group of epidemiologists from around the world claim that this pandemic seems to be being transferred in clusters (family groups, senior care homes, work colleagues) more than in any other way.
Editor: I noticed the front-page article about Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) forcing students to leave their rooms.
Editor: I can only imagine how difficult it can be with “ . . . the creation of a multi-agency coordination system (MACS) to cope with the arrival of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Yavapai County,” let alone just staying on top of the virus status itself.
Editor: The elected officials make much ado about making a New Bill for the “workers”.
Editor: In a 2015 TED talk, Bill Gates predicted the next cataclysm would be a coronavirus pandemic.
Editor: In response to Ron Tatar’s letter, I agree that we must work together to overcome the coronavirus pandemic.
Editor: I hope it doesn’t come to it, but in the event of a hospital bed shortage the Findlay Toyota Center in Prescott Valley would make an excellent emergency staging area.
Recently, Ron Tatar submitted a response to the March 17 letter from Linda Lutes. Ms. Lutes’ letter gave some reasons for the people who protested against Trump at the courthouse plaza, notably his petty jealousies, his ignorance regarding governance, and how he spreads hate around liberally.
Arlene Newman’s letter on March 22 was interesting to say the least. I tend to agree with her on the “price gouging” issue.
Editor:I have been out getting takeout to help keep businesses open and people employed.
On Monday afternoon, I was in the left lane, heading southeast on Prescott Lakes Parkway, toward Highway 69.
National Vietnam War Veterans Day held each year on March 29, recognizes the sacrifices that veterans and their families made during the Vietnam War.
Mr. Patrick Leyden’s letter, printed in both the Courier and Tribune recently, while boasting of virtuous behavior, has neglected to mention the virtues of patience, kindness and gentleness.
Editor: I moved to Prescott in 2004 and have enjoyed every minute of every day while living here, until today.
Editor: In this crazy time when we are wrecking our economy, our children’s educations, the plans that may have been in the works for a year (think family weddings, vacations and even March Madness) please don’t let your support falter.
I feel compelled to respond to the “Trump Haters” by Mr. T.
The column “Price Gouging...”by John (my latest video) Stossel is the most disgusting opinion piece I have read since his column “Prices Should Rise” on Sept. 19, 2018.