Letters to the Editor

Crickets

Editor: In response to “Why Alabama’s ‘major’ newspapers don’t speak for Alabama” (Nov. 29), I would like to share my own personal experience with the Press-Register. I wrote four editorials on topics ranging from the...

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Drinking the Kool-Aid

Editor: Matt Lauer, Harvey Weinstein, Charlie Rose, Kevin Spacey, Louis C.K., Al Franken and many more puppets are all being forced by their handlers to commit public humiliation rituals, all for the sake of somehow casting a...

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Evidence versus allegations

Dear Mr. Holbert, In your Nov. 15 column, “Herman and Roy — peas in a pod,” you did a good job of detailing the path former circuit court judge Herman Thomas took to dodging the prosecutions against him on the way to the loss of...

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The case for Councilman Manzie

Editor: Just the other day, Airbus announced the largest order for medium-range single-aisle jets in the history of the company. They also uncharacteristically announced that Mobile will play a part in the fulfillment strategy...

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What are they smoking?

Dear Rob, Next thing you know Roy Moore and his “groupies” will try to buy an island like the one in Guyana that Rev. Jim Jones bought for his cult. Only that island will be right smack dab somewhere in Alabama. These Roy fans...

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Elect at your own jeopardy

Rob: I really appreciated your editorial on Herman Thomas (“Herman and Roy, peas in a pod,” Nov. 16). I sat near him at the recent Pritchard rally for Doug Jones. Thomas was busily politicking the crowd, doing a better job of...

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Taken to heart

To Ashley: I read with great interest your editorial “Please make it stop,” (Hidden Agenda 11/09/17). I hope more readers of the paper do the same and take to heart your thoughtful comments. BJ Huff...

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Grandmothers always know best

Dear Ashley, Thank you for your commentary in the Nov. 2issue (Hidden Agenda 11/02/17 “Always wear the good pair”). Even though my grandmother was raised in small-town Indiana, I think she and your Grams must’ve been soul...

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Lessons learned from Mobile Ballet

Editor: I must comment on the article concerning the lawsuit brought against individual members of the board and Mobile Ballet Inc. While not a plaintiff, I am both a former longtime employee and former Mobile Ballet board...

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One more legacy: curb appeal

Editor: Today, Saturday, Sept 16, my husband and I had to drive all the way to Fairhope to find a bench in the shade where we could enjoy a view of the bay. We just wanted to get away to be able to talk over some decisions we...

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