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You, Ms. Boswell, are the hypocrite. Like all liberals, your hatred of our president, Donald Trump, has skewed your logic.
I wish everyone would really open their heart and their mind for one second and put themselves in someone else’s shoes. Above all, love one another.
To be a hero one must be brave, And risk their life, someone else to save...
Every monument that has been taken down should be put back up at the expense of the people who took them down.
Slavery was evil, and the removal of it is the best part of the story. Let’s celebrate the good stuff.
Thousands upon thousands continue to mourn, At the tragic death of our youth. Thousands walk the street raising questions, to get answers is like pulling tooth.
Please think about your quality of life, and if live performances in our community are “must haves” for you, please give generously.
The thing about racism or sexism is that the slights are often imperceptible, where you never know for sure if racism or an inadvertent bias is playing a role.
Let us work to make our police department a shining star example of what a community can do to address our needs in a most effective manner — with compassion, commitment and concern for all citizens, equally.
Without the First Amendment, we will be Mr. Orwell’s “1984.” Sorry to say, it looks like that is where we are headed — rapidly.
Regardless of our age, our heritage or our personal agenda we must, just as God would have us, be concerned with actions of offensive nature.
To see the true redemption, Of the black male; Would be a vision that came to pass, Like a long lived folk tale.
One major item that he failed to include was at that time they were quite possibly of the Democrat faction, the very group that is pushing hard for the opportunity to instigate vote fraud across the state and the nation.
The free press is our check on mistruths and deceit.
Sally Boswell’s columns are always welcome.
I think the Paris mayor and other council members did wrong for asking former councilman Benny Plata to leave because of a statement he made.
The Supreme Court made a monumental statement that the free exercise of religion is on par with watching sports, undeserving of the same protections that free speech, a free press and the right to assemble at least for now hold.
Ironically, the state Attorney General, Ken Paxton, who is responsible for prosecuting voting fraud, remains under indictment for securities fraud.
What a weak, spineless bunch the Paris mayor and City Council are.