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Opinion

Voting against your own interests

Letters to the Editor

To the editor: Michael Sphar please just stop. You are an embarrassment to yourself and to political discord overall. Once again you contradict nearly every point you make within each of your diatribes. Your letters have as little coherence of thought as a Tucker Carlson monologue. There ...

Public health officials conceal hospital infection outbreaks

Local Columns

Public health officials struggle with telling the truth. They seem to think people don’t deserve to know. At the beginning of COVID-19, they told us we didn’t need masks instead of admitting there was a mask shortage. Last week, health officials announced outbreaks of a hospital ...

If election was legit, why make changes?

Letters to the Editor

To the editor: The editorial in the Friday, July 23 Sentinel, concerning Texas Democrats’ leaving the state, hit all the right-wing notes that our local newspaper is known for. Phraseology like “flee-baggers,” “impetuous behavior,” and “perhaps Democrats will secede” is strewn ...

What happens when government doesn’t adhere to its own laws?

Local Columns

In October of 2020, 14 people were arrested in Michigan and accused of being participants in a plot to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. The governor had imposed draconian restrictions on religious, travel and commercial activities as a means, she claimed, to stem the spread of COVID-19. All of her ...