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“The Harold Stassen of Scott County Politics” PDF Print E-mail
Commentary/Politics - Letters to the Editor
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Tuesday, 07 March 2006 18:00
I see by your February 15 issue that the Harold Stassen of Scott County politics, “Ole Hubcap” Rhomberg, has injected himself, à la that anachronism Jesse Jackson, into a tempest-in-a-teapot flap. (See “Cronyism Still Thrives in Scott County Government,” River Cities’ Reader Issue 568, February 15-21, 2006.

 
Town-Hall Meeting Raised Awareness PDF Print E-mail
Commentary/Politics - Letters to the Editor
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Tuesday, 07 February 2006 18:00
I am writing to you today in response to Jesse Virgil’s coverage of the Working Families Win town-hall meeting at St. Ambrose on January 17. (See River Cities’ Reader Issue 565, January 25-31, 2006.) I was present at the town-hall meeting, the purpose of which was to raise awareness and to engage citizens on various levels to push for a new economic direction for the state of Iowa.

 
Davenport NAACP Opposes Alito PDF Print E-mail
Commentary/Politics - Letters to the Editor
Tuesday, 24 January 2006 18:00
As another concerned citizen of the Quad Cities and president of the Davenport Branch of the NAACP, I stand with and must reflect the national position in opposition to the confirmation of Judge Samuel Alito to the United States Supreme Court.

 
Alito Not in the Mainstream PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 17 January 2006 18:00
I am writing to express my opposition to the confirmation of Judge Alito to the United States Supreme Court. This is not because he is a conservative (as Justice O’Connor in fact was) but because he is not in the mainstream of American jurisprudence.

 
Our Crumbling Democracy PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 10 January 2006 18:00
Our government was set up with the idea that people could govern themselves by each person having one vote. By voting we elect our representatives, be it the president, members of Congress, the mayor, an alderman, or a county supervisor.

 
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