WILSON’S LOCAL PRINT AND DIGITAL COMMUNITY INSTITUTION SINCE 1896
Letters
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Re: Political Notebook, Aug. 6: Reps. G.K. Butterfield and George Holding were co-sponsors of the Prevent All Soring Tactics Act. These congressmen should have done their homework before … more
Re: “Internet needs regulation, reinvention” by Lois Wellons, Friday: A letter decrying the misuse of the internet in perpetuating wealth and power inequality has several fallacies that the … more
Re: “Schools are being re-segregated,” by Tom Campbell, July 25: Tom Campbell’s argument that charter schools “re-segregate” students is a complete misrepresentation of the composition … more
Re: “Many helping hands apply TLC at school,” front page, Monday: A big thank you to The Wilson Times for highlighting a local church rolling up its sleeves and stepping up to help out a … more
Through the last several years, I have written my share of letters to the editor, many of them in a critique nature. I enjoy writing, but it’s not always a pleasant undertaking. As the old adage … more
We have a profound failure of leadership in government today, a perfect storm of unprincipled and disconnected behavior: a corrupt Republican president, feckless Republican Senate, and ideologically … more
When the history of this presidential administration is written, one of the worst aspects of it will be the deliberate cruelty shown to children beginning in detention centers and now in Mississippi … more
Nancy Hawley’s letter of Aug. 8 draws a parallel between President Trump’s behavior and his competence, concluding that, economic strength and other achievements aside, the president is … more
Those of you who read The Wilson Times’ opinion page have seen several columns where Rep. Jean Farmer-Butterfield is promoting Medicaid expansion in North Carolina. She has claimed that thousands … more
There are many discussions in the media, and online, about “Russian interference” in our election system. While the Russian government has done so, there is been complete silence about other … more
There is only one way to end the daily madness of gun violence in America. On Nov. 3, 2020, from dogcatcher to president of the United States, vote every Republican out of office. Jeffrey … more
The internet was created using government funds with two mundane philosophies: • 1. Only the brightest and richest should control the world. • 2. The market is always right. No matter … more
  Re: "Trump's 'incompetence' looks a lot like success," by William E. Biddle, Monday:  President Trump's supporters defend his behavior with sheepish responses like, "Yes, I know he … more
There are two competing narratives regarding Russian-Iranian cooperation in Syria — one, that Russia and Iran are time-tested allies who smashed the West’s geopolitical conspiracies over Syria; … more
Ask any Democrat and he or she will tell you Donald Trump is totally incompetent and has destroyed our country. Listening to the Democratic debates, you soon learn that Trump has led us down the road … more
I work as a landlord with a great company, and I hear so many horror stories every day about landlords. Some of these folks leave me with my jaw dropped because I cannot believe the negligence these … more
In February, I presented to the county commissioners much-needed modifications to the Wilson County animal control ordinances. By creating precise and specific wording, these changes would eliminate … more
I would like to bring to the attention of the American people what I believe is the biggest threat to the well-being of this country that no Democrat running for president has addressed — the … more
When President George W. Bush launched Operation Enduring Freedom in 2001, he believed his war in Afghanistan would be a walk in the park. Still today, President Trump is negotiating with the Taliban … more
The Wilson County Disabled American Veterans Chapter 8 is honored and believes the residents of Wilson and Wilson County should share in that honor. Two of our members, John R. Lucas and Adjutant and … more
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