WILSON’S LOCAL PRINT AND DIGITAL COMMUNITY INSTITUTION SINCE 1896
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Are there really those who have the capacity of reason and good judgement still intact who do not see why congressional Republicans are resisting witnesses for the Senate impeachment trial? The … more
Free-market capitalism is the dominant form of economic organization worldwide, but it is not a perfect system. Unhindered, privately owned companies organized for maximum profit will produce large … more
Re: “President Donald Trump impeached on 2 charges,” front page, Dec. 19: You got your headline — “impeached” — but it doesn’t feel the same as the others. It’s more like … more
The Quran is not an easy book to read for understanding. Its suras — chapters — are not in any logical or chronological order, and within individual suras, a wide variety of themes and ideas can … more
Mission accomplished. The Pat Douglas Ministry’s “Show Love” event was held in the 500 block of East Nash Street in the city of Wilson parking lot on May 30. The ministry’s … more
People are entitled to their own opinions, but not to their own facts and statistics, and when they are used, they should be credible and verifiable — no use of alternative facts allowed. The … more
Vladimir Putin’s psychotic servant Benedict Donald is not only the worst president in American history, traitor Trump is so demented he actually claims the assassinated Abraham Lincoln had it … more
My first thought as I pen this missive is to state as Richard Nixon would say: “Now, let me make this perfectly clear...” that I am well aware that all citizens of this great country are … more
When voters head to the polls on Election Day, they need to know their vote will count. Based on available evidence, computer scientists have clearly stated that paper ballots marked either by hand … more
Mark your calendar. Today is the first time in my life I have ever agreed with John Hood. I grew up in and around Charlotte where his father ran the school system. I cannot believe his father … more
Re: “Adopted cat’s love is a treasured blessing,” by Elizabeth Ann Pittman, letters, July 22: What a warm, uplifting, feel-good letter. Thank you for sharing, Mrs. Pittman. Bill … more
I would like to take this opportunity to recognize and commend Mike Bell and his staff for the outstanding job they have done in promoting the Wilson Tobs at Fleming Stadium here in Wilson. … more
I am almost 72 years old and I still cannot get used to the hypocrisy of Democrats. Reps. Deb Butler and Jean Farmer-Butterfield are “shocked and appalled” at the actions of the Republicans. … more
Re: “Women still deprived of equal rights” by Nancy N. Hawley, Tuesday: The writer objects to my assertion that, in the United States, women are treated on par with men. The writer objects to … more
The economic stimulus packages have had some issues in getting to the right small businesses, but there is another issue not addressed — the livestock agriculture industry. There is no program … more
This is an additional thank you to Gary Proffitt’s July 15 Wilson Times letter thanking the Wilson Energy crews. The huge oak limbs that fell in the streets at the corner of Canal and Sulgrave … more
Re: “‘Lying Donald’ and a trail of broken promises,” by William T. “Nick” Smith, Sept. 7: In the past, your letters, if not informative, were at least comical. Now they are just … more
I wrote a letter to the editor about background checks (“Background checks won’t deter determined criminals,” Tuesday) and my hope was that all would see that background checks are limited in … 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
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
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