Just can't let this one slide. Gary Earnhart (obviously not a vet- eran) asked: "Why didn't Gen. Mattis ask why?" The military is mission-oriented. Policy is for civilians. If Gen. Mattis questions the direction of the . . .
In just a few hours, a new president will set foot upon the stages of the world. Please note, he will be president for us all, not just Republicans and not just Democrats, but for "we the people." Many writers, both . . .
I have to say, with all due respect to those people who are exercising their freedom of speech, I am so sick of reading columns in the newspaper (I will not name any specific one) and also letters to the editor from people . . .
It's official. Donald Trump is presi- dent. For the 62 million who voted for Trump, it is likely a hap, hap, happy day. For the 74 million who voted against Trump it is likely a sad, sad day. We have a president who does . . .
I would like to respond to Fred Yawn's letter in the Jan. 18 issue of The Sun. He suggested that Mr. Herget should stop crying and accept the fact that Mr. Trump had won. I'm not Mr. Herget so per- haps I'm intruding here, . . .
If you're in politics, or thinking about run- ning for elective office, wouldn't it be "fantastic" if you could immunize yourself from all the hu- man effects associated with personally destruc- tive news, a hostile press, . . .