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By all means, absolutely allow the protesters. I encourage them to assemble in vast, unmasked numbers. Huddle closely together in support of your president.  Exercise your freedom of assembly to … more
Wednesday was the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, which is to say it’s high time for all of North Carolina’s leaders to get behind real climate action.  The global oil market crash … more
Well, the edict has come down from on high. Hope this moron we’ve got in the Executive Mansion is enjoying his power trip.   He and the people in his orbit don’t have to worry … more
Is it time to reopen the economy? As government leaders try to control the spread of COVID-19 by instituting various safety measures, there is growing public opposition to mandated actions. It is … more
Re: “Trump can’t blame predecessor for coronavirus chaos,” by William T. “Nick” Smith:  An understandable statement, I must admit.  I certainly have no … more
With COVID-19 deaths mounting in the U.S., perhaps this is a good time to come up with an amount that best represents the dollar value of a human life. To help with the math, I will employ one of … more
Needless to say, I leave no doubt in my opinion of the ever-impeached 45th president of these United States, Donald J. Trump. It is not one of admiration.  Throughout his personal and … more
Re: “Emergency orders jeopardize religious freedom” by J. Russell Capps, WilsonTimes.com, Thursday:  As a minister of the Gospel, I feel called to respond to J. Russell … more
In my years of studying politics, I never would’ve dared think to witness such a colossal failure from our political institutions evidenced by the wholly inadequate economic response by our … more
Thanks to the retailers that have set aside specific hours for seniors-only shopping.  However, the response by the general public to these hours is a disgrace.  Really doesn’t … more
Re: “Species making a comeback: State biologist finds herring in Contentnea Creek,” Life, March 28:  I live in Greene County and have fished the Neuse River and Contentnea Creek … more
Do you also find it hard to believe that only four weeks ago, a slate of presidential candidates were making last-chance stops here in North Carolina, vying for a Super Tuesday victory? How has time … more
Please help bring awareness to the Americans who are being bullied, humiliated and left helpless by our own country. My husband, 57, appears to be suffering with a mild but lingering virus. He … more
After contemplating the new format of The Wilson Times, as described in Saturday’s editorial, I made a hasty decision to send an email to the paper asking for a full refund since payment was … more
I hope the new Wilson Times format of digital editions and print newspapers on Tuesday and Friday brings stability to the Wilson Times. The Wilson Times is an asset to the community, keeping … more
I am writing in response to the column “Navy threw Capt. Crozier overboard“ by Hal Tarleton (Saturday). I find it interesting the range of commentary on the Navy’s treatment of Captain … more
Reading several letters to the editor trying to push the idea that Trump is responsible for coronavirus deaths because of his slow response makes me wonder what these people have been drinking. Sen. … more
Re: “Trump-hating isn’t the answer to COVID-19,” by Carl Hinson, Tuesday: Mr. Hinson makes several valid points; unfortunately, several members of the Left can see only “get rid of … more
I heard the president say on Wednesday, “Our plans are working.” I believe him. He uses a slow-go approach to this pandemic when they knew from evidence in China it would affect communities … more
Now is a good time to debate democratic socialism in an intelligent manner and without any name-calling. Adolf Pronk Wilson more
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