To the Editor: This is in regard to Arthur F.
It will be a busy week for U.
To the Editor: I was interested in Myron Ammeter’s perspective of accepting the outcome of the presidential election, which he wrote about in his letter to the editor Dec.
To the editor: With all due respect to my good neighbor Myron Ammeter, after reading his Dec.
Kansas hasn’t enjoyed a big dose of good financial news in a long time, and given the degree of budget turmoil, Kansans would be wise not to hold their breath waiting for great news.
To the Editor: I am writing about the article in Wednesday’s Mercury, “Pence, Obama in dueling meetings at Capitol on health care.
To the Editor: Most Republicans find it interesting and even amusing that many Democrats/liberals/ progressives can not accept the reality that according to our system of government, the presidential candidate who wins 270 electoral votes is elected.
I have followed the career of Vladimir Putin for at least 20 years, writing and speaking about the man and his politics.
President-elect Donald Trump really needs to learn to sleep through the night — or at least save his middle-of-the-night communiqués for genuine emergencies.
Three-party politics is back in Kansas.
From Public Citizen’s perspective, Jonathan Jarvis, director of the National Park Service, has just opened the national parks to a flood of commercialization.
To the Editor: Our December issue of the American Legion magazine contains an article in which Veterans Administration Secretary Bob McDonald basically blamesCongressfortheVA’s problems.
To the Editor: The Manhattan Breakfast Optimist Club would like sincerely to thank everyone who supported the Optimist Christmas Tree Lot this past holiday season.
Which is worse: That the Republican majority in the House of Representatives would, without public debate, hold a secret vote to gut the chamber’s independent ethics panel? Or that members of the majority party would barely miss a step in putting their own interests ahead of those of their constituents and the nation as a whole? The first issue became moot for the time being because lawmakers quickly — and wisely — backed down on Tuesday.
To the Editor I want to take issue with Mr.
To the Editor: In response to Myron Ammeter’sDec.
President-elect Donald Trump is one of a kind: billionaire, entrepreneur, deal-maker, populist, Twitter aficionado and more.
To the Editor: I sincerely hope that those who feel things will be better than expected or than predicted under the presidentelect are correct; I would love to be wrong about all the concerns I have.
To the Editor: We’re approaching the end of an era, and 10 years of great changes.
In the spirit of the day, let’s look ahead to 2017 in the Manhattan area, and what we hope happens: Let’s hope there are no disasters or catastrophes.
Let’s bid goodbye to 2016.
To the Editor: I always read the “To the Editor” letters and, whether I agree or disagree, have never really felt the urge to respond, until now! I wish to respond to Nolan Carlson’s letter, published on Wednesday, Dec.
To the Editor: Santa Claus was very busy this year and he has many elves helping him year round to make Christmas so cherry and bright.
Kansas State football fans ought to be proud of their team’s 2016 season, capped by a solid win over Texas A& M in the Texas Bowl Wednesday night.
To the Editor: For the third time in the biggest month of parcel delivery, I just happened to open my door to be shocked by what I found.
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