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Letters to the Editor

Thank you for paying for lunch recently

To the editor: We would like to thank whomever paid for our lunch at Honey Creek Restaurant on Monday, Feb. 17. It was very much appreciated and it will be passed on. Thanks again. Betty Kreeling and Willis Goss

Get Trump out now before it’s too late

To the editor: I wrote a letter back in mid-October 2019 about the president and why he should be ousted. I still stand by every word with even more conviction today as each day goes by. Trump said he would drain the swamp. He’s actually made it bigger with him as the head of it. It’s ...

It’s time to get over Trump Derangement Syndrome

To the editor: I will be brief unlike some folks who write to The Sentinel. I am asking George Fisher and Eric Becht to please grow up and get over their TDS. The Democrats have been trying to get our president out of office before he even took office. Guys, he is the duly elected ...

Recent rebuttal shows Republican naivete

To the editor: I read Charles Deibert’s letter on Saturday, Feb. 15, and just like him I was in two minds whether or not to reply. Well I decided that I needed to reply to address the inaccuracies and missing information that he has in that letter. First of all, using his terminology, ...

Recent column should be required reading

To the editor: I want to thank you for printing the excellent column by Judge Andrew Napolitano in the Friday, Feb. 7 edition of The Sentinel. It is the most honest and unbiased accounting of the Trump crimes that I have read or heard since talk of impeachment began. I hope all Americans ...

America must reject Trump corruption

To the editor: Witness tampering, obstructing justice, lying to Congress — just some of the crimes for which Roger Stone has been found guilty. Donald J. Trump thinks he and Stone have been treated horribly. “The whole thing is ridiculous” says the president. Of course he sees ...

Film ‘1917’ brought back memories of family

To the editor: I enjoyed the movie “1917.” Nominated for 10 Oscars and filmed with just one camera to make it look like one continuous shot, it captured trench warfare at its best. On a personal note, our grandfather Lawrence Stroup and his brother John C. Stroup “our great uncle” ...

Recent letter left much to be desired

To the editor: I read George Fisher’s submission in the “Opinion” section of Feb. 11 and decided not to dignify it with a reply. On second thought I would be remiss, observing George obviously lacks understanding, as is common today, with legal civic procedure. Let’s rewrite ...

Horse racing is important part of state’s economy

To the editor: The editorial on Feb. 11 began with, “If everyone agrees there is a problem, why hasn’t it been fixed yet?” The essence of the article in more money for college education by raiding the Horse Race Development Trust Fund. And, it ends with, “Pennsylvania’s status as an ...

We must vote with our conscience, not our party

To the editor: The days after his acquittal, President Donald J. Trump showed us and the world his true colors and exactly what the GOP is today; a vindictive, spiteful, mean, angry, petty, divisive, lying, unethical cult of self aggrandizing sycophants that will heap praise on a man that ...