Today's Opinions

  • Letters 04/20/11


        I was very disappointed to hear that there were some teachers advocating the closure of Bedford Primary School at the April 11 Bedford Board of Supervisors meeting.

  • The path to prosperity

    This past week House Republicans continued to take action to bring real change to Washington by passing a long term budget plan for 2012 and beyond, which stops spending money we don’t have, lifts our crushing debt burden, and helps promote job creation.


  • Taking control of the budget

  • Donald Trump lost in ‘birther’ land

        The resistance to Barack Obama as President of the United States has produced a virus of hysteria among some people in this country. The “birthers” are the one manifestation of this that just won’t die out.

        Now, along comes a very prominent person, the billionaire real estate mogul, Donald Trump, who says he’s interested in running for president. You’d think, given his success in business and finance, that Trump might want to highlight the deficit and the debt, job creation, and similar issues.

  • Getting ready for the big one

        A last minute deal between “Democrats” and Republicans on April 8 avoided a government shutdown. As details emerged last week, it became apparent why nobody was happy with the result.

        The “Democrats” didn’t want any cuts at all. A lot of Republicans aren’t happy because a lot of cuts appear to be not real cuts at all. Furthermore funding for the EPA, and a few other things that many Republicans are not happy with, didn’t get cut as deeply as they would have liked.

  • The Good News

    hen the soldiers of the governor took Jesus into the common hall, and gathered unto him the whole band of soldiers.  And they stripped him, and put on him a scarlet robe.

        And when they had platted a crown of thorns, they put it upon his head, and a reed in his right hand: and they bowed the knee before him, and mocked him, saying, Hail, King of the Jews!

  • Letters 04/13/11

    Accountable decision

  • Continued focus on job creation

    This past week in Congress we continued to focus on taking the necessary steps to help foster a better environment for job creation for the people of the 5th District by shrinking the size and scope of the federal government, reducing unnecessary regulations, working to lower energy costs, and cutting spending.