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Letter: Our property rights

With his numerous newspaper articles and radio appearances, Prescott Councilman Jim Lamerson is setting the stage to betray us.

Letter: Cooks page

Re: Courier Cooks page Tuesday, Nov. 6:

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Letter: Bad impression

Our educational system wages lengthy campaigns to garner support for various school funding, although I have not met anyone, including seniors, who doesn’t wholeheartedly agree with the need. Lately, however, I am noticing a disturbing trend.

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Letter: Leadership

I was a “Corporate Gypsy,” residing in 5 states over 30 years. I pursued the American Dream, reaching the pinnacle of my career as CEO of a fairly large division (five brands) in a Fortune 500 Corporation. The 95-year-old company lost its compass (like GE today) and ultimately liquidated all assets by 2001.

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Letter: Pet talk to vote?

The front page article “Turnout of young voter’s jumps” last week raises some interesting questions.

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Letter: Rebuttal to “The Democrats run on hate”

Setting the record straight: Lie No. 1: Reagan claims that Democrats have a monopoly on hate. The pipe bombs, the attacks on a Jewish Synagogue and the recent attacks and threats against our Senator Flake.

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Letter: Balloting progress

I understand that Washington, Oregon and Colorado have gone to 100 percent voting by mail.

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Letter: Birthright citizenship

Who is the Constitutional Conservative now? Do we just rewrite the Constitution or do we agree with the actual text as written and the interpretation that it has been given all of its history?

Letter: Help, don’t give

You aren’t helping … if you give money to the people at the exit of the Walmart.

Letter: View ruined

If ever there was a location that called for burying power lines, it was along the shore of Willow Lake where huge pylons were recently installed.

Letter: Dells’ natural beauty

As I was a young sculptor working here in the ’80s, I was collaborating with an award winning stained-glass artist from the Valley.

Letter: Not coins

Regarding your article about the Granite Mountain Hotshot Partnership looking for contributors for the Hotshot Memorial, as they are selling “Challenge Coins” to raise money for the project.

Letter: Comments under review

The public comments regarding the draft Environmental Assessment (EA) of the proposed KMC project have been published on the BLM site: Arizona-Hassayampa FO-D01-BLM-AZ-P010-2017/documents.

Letter: Karen Fann

I first met Senator Karen Fann when she served on the Prescott City Council, finding her kind and cordial.

Letter: Dow credit

Lately, there have been several letters comparing gains in the Dow Jones Industrial average (DJIA) during the Obama and Trump presidencies.

Letter: Inflammatory Polman

I just finished the latest screed by Dick Polman attacking (again) President Trump over what he says is Trump’s inciting the would be bomber Cesar Sayoc to mail pipe bombs to several key liberal political figures.

Letter: Hate-press wrong

Like others, I wonder what the net effect of the bomber news (Cesar Altieri Sayoc Jr. has been charged with sending explosive packages to at least a dozen of President Donald Trump’s critics) will bring.

Letter: Migrant caravans

I find I need to respond to the increasingly hostile response to the caravans forming in Central America by people who are seeking to escape the destructive forces there that threaten both life and economic stability.

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Letter: Simple solution to migrant caravan

Simple low cost civil and safe solution to the caravan.

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Letters: Toys for Tots getting ready

With Christmas less than two months away, the Marine Reserve Toys for Tots through the Marine Corps League is busy preparing toy donation boxes to be delivered to businesses and stores throughout the Prescott Quad City area.

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Letters: Playing politics with property rights

Over the past year, it seems nearly everyone in the Prescott area has written to the Courier complaining about the Deep Well Ranch fiasco, destruction of the Dells, faked up water availability, traffic, antelope and other habitat destruction, and over-development in general.

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Editorial cartoon (2): Nov. 5, 2018

Editorial cartoon (2): Nov. 5, 2018

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Letter: Who are we?

The day after the 1960 presidential election, I saw a man wearing a sign, “I voted for Nixon” pushing another man in a wheelbarrow. He had an “I voted for Kennedy” sign. Both were laughing.

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Letter: Stand for love

The world is losing its mind! How long before no one trusts anyone else?

Letter: Tragedy in Pittsburgh

Long before we knew that the tragic event would take place in Pittsburg this past Saturday, the congregations of Temple B’rith Shalom and First Congregational Church in Prescott planned to visit each other’s worship services last week.

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