I read with great interest Rebecca Sage’s guest column July 24 regarding High Point’s need to rethink revitalization. I found what she said spot on, but I would like to add to her suggestions.
RALEIGH — When liberals debate tax policy, it can be hard to keep track of their current positions. They keep changing.
A recent criticism of Obamacare is that the subsidies are socialism. Helping those who have less ability to pay for health insurance to be able to actually acquire coverage may be an example of democratic socialism, but so also is Medicaid, Medicare, Social Security, and our federal income tax.
In the fall of 2013 while sitting on Trinity City Council, I listened to the complaint of a resident concerning the condition of the street on which she lived. Following up after that meeting I discovered that she was not alone in her plight.
Remember how Democrats rushed into passing President Obama's Affordable Care Act back in 2010 while they still had the votes? Now health care for millions teeters on a typo.
Hope you noticed Enterprise Sports Editor Mark McKinney’s salute, on July 20, to the 45th anniversary of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin stepping out of The Eagle, Apollo 11’s lunar module, onto the moon.
A federal judge recently ruled that the death penalty is unconstitutional in California. The judge believes that it is cruel and unusual punishment for a prisoner to wait too long to be executed. I believe that the death penalty itself is cruel and unusual.
In my first bi-weekly Enterprise column, I explained that my political awakening came when Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinski made the headlines back in the 1990s. It wasn’t so much what they did, as it was how liberal Democrats tried to write the whole thing off as no big deal. It wasn’t so much what Clinton did, as it was how he lied about it.
What responsibility should a newspaper accept for the honesty and intellectual competency of what it prints? Certainly, letters to the editor can be afforded a wider latitude than other parts of the paper.
In her dissent regarding the Hobby Lobby ruling, where the court ruled 5-4 the government can’t compel businesses of religious owners to provide contraceptive coverage to its employees; Ginsberg writes, “The Court has ventured into a minefield with its ruling.” She is right.