I spent my elementary years in Catholic schools. My experience there suggested that women are second-class human beings. Then at Mass, girls could not serve at the altar. The women were nuns and looked like penguins. The men were noble priests.
Odd, is it not, that the only person fired for incompetence by the leader of a Democrat Party that claims Republican are waging a "war on women," is a … woman?!
I have seen and heard for several months about comments and hints of pushback about the Federal Veteran Hiring Preference and the Merit Systems Protection Board causing resentment among non-military federal civilian employees.
Health Centers are critical partners in the containment of communicable disease outbreaks. Recently our medical centers, both nonprofit, and for-profit, have done a great job of coordinating with the local public health department, health care providers, school systems, large employers, and other key industries involved in health care management during the heightened awareness of the Ebola virus.
U.S., state, and municipal health authorities are working overtime and spending millions of dollars to stem the spread of Ebola, which has killed just one person here.
I hate to “reply to a reply ” but I can’t let Tom Taydus’ recent letter “The math does not lie” in response to my earlier letter go unanswered.
Early voting for the Nov. 4 General Election begins today, but letter-writing related to the numerous races to be decided by voters has been underway for a couple of months.
As a parent, I know that my children are always watching me and learning. This is a double-edged sword.
Will someone please turn out the lights in this Obama White House, as they all appear to have gone asleep? That would be a reasonable request, except that the helm of our national ship of state is involved, and the fate of all its citizenry. Not enough that our national defense from terror abroad, but our national physical health is being compromised by this administration’s politics.
Ward 4 and our city needs Jim Bronnert on our City Council. If one wants to find out what kind of man Bronnert is, one only needs to see what he has accomplished
I am writing this letter in support of my nephew, Britt W. Moore, who is running for a third term as High Point City Councilman At Large.
I have known Neal Motsinger for over 10 years. He is a family man, lives with his wife and three daughters. Motsinger and his family are active members of Midway United Methodist Church. He graduated from the Davidson County school system, and High Point College.