November 2, 2017 RSS feed / Letters

America’s role too large in world protection: resume draft?

To the editor: I suggest our country acts to reinstate the selective-service draft. We are currently in 187 countries worldwide, chasing their demand, with seemingly more going forward requires a significant human resource commitment. More...

Enjoyed views in column; current protests are reserved

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Generosity, prayers all appreciated

To the editor:   Thank you to everyone who helped with the benefit and a special thanks to our families for everything that they have done for us throughout this ordeal. More...

‘Liberals actually are roots of all evil, tongue-in-cheek

To the editor:   I would like to congratulate conservative letter writers for unearthing the vast liberal Democratic conspiracy undermining the foundations of this country. You guys are right. We liberals control everything.  More...

‘Outstanding’ column on free speech

To the editor:   The essay on free speech and freedom of the press, by Eric Carlson, in the your Oct. 25 issue, was outstanding. It deserves a wide audience, as it articulates basic American values, clearly and directly. More...

Likes ‘taking a knee’ column

To the editor:   To Eric Carlson on his “taking a knee” piece in the 10/26 Enterprise, I can only say, “Amen!” I couldn’t agree more.  Mary Sharry P.O. Box 95 Empire   More...

Village thanks those who donated

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Indeed, America’s problems stem from lost moral compass

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Wealthy already pay ‘fair share;’ cut across board

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Torch Lake once also in the hunt for top inland lake

To the editor:   Your “Tied for 1st” feature on Glen Lake and National Geographic’s alleged ranking of one of Leelanau County’s unparalleled gems in my favorite community newspaper evoked fond memories in our household.&n More...

Bergman committed to federalism; citizens deserve better

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