Early Saturday, July 25, while on our morning walk, Michelle and I noticed a major water leak at the corner of River Ranch and Boutwell Lane East in south Temple. Simultaneously, two city of Temple trucks arrived on the scene to begin the repair job on the water-main break around 7:30 a.m.
What happened to the land of the free and the home of the brave? Have we surrendered to a new despotism, pandemic invention by the leftist media, power of money and our perception of expertise all promulgated by this new multi-culturalism?
Regarding Mr. Bergman’s letter in the July 25 Telegram, he cites two sources, the Mayo Clinic and The New England Journal of Medicine. I would encourage folks to do their own research into this issue.
In response to the July 20 letter: I’ve lived in Temple 15 years. I’m impressed with Temple’s waste management program especially the recycling program. Our big green recycling bin and black waste bin are large. Some families need that capacity, sometimes I do.
Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness — if lives matter: black, white, brown or any color — there would not be any more useless killings. What would happen? One thing we would not see the senseless taking of a life.
I lost a dear acquaintance last week. Some who knew him personally called him the conscious of the nation. America lost U.S. Rep. John Lewis. I had an opportunity to meet him twice. I first met him in Chicago in 1968 while I was an editor of JET magazine. My boss, Robert Johnson, who was exe…
I’m sorry to say the Telegram is involved in a propaganda war against hydroxychloroquine being used to treat Wuhan virus. On July 20 and 21, the paper published two AP stories about coronavirus drug treatments.