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Readers Write

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Christians should never vote for pro-choice candidates

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In response to the Jan. 30 Reader's Write letter by Teresa Goins regarding recycling in Owensboro: I am an avid recycler. There is a service in Owensboro that recycles cardboard and plastic. They pick up all recyclables once a week at your doorstep. The company is GO Recycle.

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I don't know who the architect of the renaming of the "fairness ordinance" to the "non-discrimination ordinance" is, but that won't fool many people.

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In a recent Reader's Write letter, Mr. Tim O’Bryan questioned why the Messenger-Inquirer would print “bias liberal propaganda” from the New York Times and Washington Post.

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President Trump could begin a reign of tyranny if a majority of Congress and the Supreme Court went along with it. I think it is possible that Republican congressmen/women would be forced to support Trump tyranny out of fear that openly opposing the President would cause them to lose re-elec…

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Over the past few months, we’ve heard about fairness in our local community and in the U.S. Congress. Fairness is defined as just and reasonable treatment in accordance with accepted rules.

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In a recent letter, Mike Reeves falsely asserted the Houston mayor ordered preachers to submit copies to her office for examination. Nothing could be further from the truth as it was required by the discovery process from a lawsuit brought by reactionaries attempting to overturn the Houston …

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On Jan. 27, the world will observe the International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The date marks 75 years since the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, Hitler's largest death camp. It's an opportune occasion to reflect on how each of us can help end oppression.

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A person in crisis can be dangerous. Family members and law enforcement officers are often the first people to see the warning signs. In Kentucky, 69% of gun deaths are suicides and 26% are homicides. Of all the homicides in Kentucky, 73% involve a gun.