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Left is most damaging to our nation’s fabric

Watching the fervid protests in Washington, D.C., this past weekend against the largely fictional rising tide of racism and fascism in our country made...

Just the facts, not emotion

It is apparent now more than ever that the political divide in America is quite significant. Gone are the days where we have a...

Better arguments would persuade more

Although I do not disagree with all of the anti-socialist conclusions proffered last week by Father Epps and Cal Thomas in The Citizen opinion...

Another viewpoint on ‘Medicare for all’ costs

This letter is in response to David Epps’s “Is ‘Medicare For All’ The Answer?”. As Mr. Epps notes, Medicare For All proposals are central points...

Election upsets set stage for lively November vote

I had the privilege of participating in the July 24 run-off live election coverage on The Citizen Facebook page. We made a lot of...

New flag should be welcomed

This letter is in response to comments from Trey Hoffman about PFLAG Peachtree City participating for the first time in this year’s July 4th...

LGBT students have rights in local schools

Though individuals of faith may oppose PFLAG’s advocacy for LGBT acceptance in schools, these policies not only support the wellbeing of LGBT students but...

Parker’s letter misinterprets meaning of First Amendment

Timothy Parker does us all a disservice with his letter in the July 17 edition of The Citizen by crudely equating religion in the...

A new flag in the parade

I’m not sure if this was a first for our 4th of July parade, but it’s the first time I recall seeing a PFLAG...

To avoid civic strife, keep government and religion separate

I enjoyed the Reverend Curtis’ opinion piece, not because I agree with it, but because he didn’t feel the need to take potshots. In...
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