Letters to the Editor
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At the start of their new terms, Fairhope’s top two elected officials agree that former Mayor Karin Wilson’s plan to bulldoze the historic park at the Municipal Pier is dead. In … more
Think of this scenario on the street. Two people meet up. We have two actors in this drama. The interaction changes dramatically when one of the people has a gun. A gun becomes a dynamic third actor, … more
While Democrats and Republicans have failed to come together to pass a much-needed coronavirus stimulus package, there is still an opportunity for our elected officials to support small businesses by … more
  Burdensome regulation is destroying our country. Over-regulation stifles innovation and creates a situation in which economic growth and job creation are discouraged. Reasonable regulation … more
Our United States are in unprecedented times with so much bad news coming every day.  We try to search for some “positives” in order to help battle against this dreaded Covid-19 … more
The following is a response to the Op-ed posted by Rauf Bolden on Jan. 21, 2020. Mr. Bolden suggests that the funds of the Alabama Gulf Coast Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) be … more
The opinion page of the Jan. 15 Islander, Courier and Onlooker presents a stark contrast between the aptitude and attitudes of south Alabama’s two representatives in Washington. U.S. … more
First off I want to thank you for the article you wrote about dogs in restaurants. I am not by any means a pet hater but feel like when I go into a place to eat I do not like to see dogs … more
I’m looking forward to our yearly sojourn to the Gulf. Since our last trip I had the good fortune to have my application for the Marine Resources Education Program (MREP) Southeast Fisheries … more
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