Bad money: Building a dog a dog park.
Given that the economic report cited by a letter writer (“More on priorities” Roundup Jan. 31) claiming that the top 95 percent of all profits over the last decade went to the top 1 percent of Americans, came from a so-called economist at the bastion of far-left wing economics and politics, the University of California at Berkley, one has to consider the source. Besides, the report did not claim “over the last decade”; it claimed the period of 2009-2012: Three years.
Hellsgate Fire Chief Gary Hatch sounds like he knows what he’s talking about, regarding cooperation among fire departments in the Rim Country. Why won’t Payson get on board?
After watching Barack Obama lie to the American people nonstop in his State of the Union, for the sixth time, as he does everything he can to bring this once great country down to its knees.
First, let me tell you that I am a Democrat. That said, I like to describe myself as a social liberal and a fiscal conservative. I am not for smaller government, but for more effective, efficient government. I think that most government is necessary and that we would be a very different country if we were to accept the smaller government argument.
In response to another writer’s reply to my letter regarding calculus. The writer should research “private colleges” on calculus requirements.
The temporary tax passed by voters in 2010 expired on May 31, 2013, bringing the state tax rate of 7.6 percent to 6.6 percent, which began June 1, 2013.
The recent letter headlined “Rep. Brenda Barton’s mythology continues” in the Payson Roundup is a prime example of the misunderstanding about the Constitution of the United States and its history.
An open letter to the Payson Unified School District Governing Board:
“These are the times that try men’s souls” is just as relevant today as it was in 1776, made clear by Thomas Paine. Make no mistake — freedom in America hangs in the balance.
I had an occasion to go into the local recorder’s office recently and as the clerks were very efficiently serving me, my eyes were drawn to a collection of posters on the wall.
As reported by the Roundup’s Alexis Bechman in her recent article about marijuana: “Perhaps the most striking thing in the report is that 25 doctors have signed about 70 percent of the 36,000 or so certifications in year two,” according to State Health Director Will Humble.
Many well-meaning folks are Tea Party members. It’s not my intent to denigrate anyone, including those with differing opinions about the solutions to the problems now facing America.
The question gets asked: are our best days still ahead of us in this country? Many say yes; many say no — depending on what they just read or who they were listening in the radio. Here’s what I think — they are both right.
Having attended the same Jan. 16 Payson Tea Party meeting as Mr. Aleshire, I thought I would offer my perspective.