Monday, September 28th, 2020

Author: Rhino Times

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Letters To The Editor: Sept. 22, 2020

The (National Socialist) Democrat Party and their various foot soldiers, strong-arm men and other toadies will not be happy until this country finds itself plunged into a second civil war. The thirst and desire for total power over the American people that they believe is just within their grasp has driven them to the point of being willing to destroy this great country. They have openly declared that if the president and the Senate fill the vacant seat on the Supreme Court, there will be violence. This is not conspiracy theory, this is stated and documented fact. Nancy Pelosi has indicated the House would initiate impeachment proceedings again in an attempt to stop the process.

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Letters To The Editor: Sept. 21, 2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg has passed, creating not just an opening on the Supreme Court but adding a major concern for the progressive left. They’re suddenly faced with the very real possibility that the Supreme Court, their last great hope for undermining the Constitution, is about to slip from their grasp, possible for at least the next 10 to 20 years, unless they can gain the majority in the legislative and executive branches and pack the court by expanding the number of justices.

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Letters To The Editor: Sept. 18, 2020

This “conspiracy theory” is going to be short and sweet, but also something of a prediction.

I believe Bunker Joe Biden will “suddenly” develop some sort of illness or injury that will prevent him from participating in the first debate and/or possibly try to allow him to participate virtually so he can have someone (living or actual teleprompter) in an attempt to make him look and sound cognizant and rational.

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Letters To The Editor: Sept. 16, 2020

Instead of Abigail Adams’ quote, “Remember the Ladies,” Lee Haywood would say, “Remember the Children.”  Schooling during the pandemic is a preeminent issue he would tackle, but also he would never let child molesters off the hook as recent legislation in California has done. 

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Letters To The Editor: Sept. 14, 2020

It seems to me that it would be far more appropriate to name the tower at PTIA after Corp. Joe R Massey rather than deceased politician Kay Hagan. I grew up in Greensboro and still remember the day Corp. Massey was shot dead.  Massey was a genuine hero who is far more reflective of the rich African-American heritage in Greensboro than rioters and looters.

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Letters To The Editor: Sept. 10, 2020

Mail-in ballots are now promoted as “the new right to vote” instead of the media looking at the facts, such as ballot harvesting and voter fraud. Absentee ballots require verification while mail in ballots do not. The people of N.C. voted for voter I.D. and a Democrat judge overruled the will of the masses. People already have doubts about a true to vote election. Many across the country are concerned as the Democrats show very little regard…

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Letters To The Editor: Sept. 4, 2020

The New York Times (my source, by the way) has reported an interview with a Democrat Party operative who is tasked with conducting mail-in ballot voter fraud. The individual in question reveled techniques they used to stuff the ballot box in elections on all levels from city and towns all the way up to Senate and House elections. But hey, this is all conspiracy theory, the stuff of tin foil hat wearers. Ignore the details he revealed.

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Letters To The Editor: Sept. 3, 2020

The Wicked Witch of the West let he House go on vacation without providing help to the American working people impacted by the virus. Rather than trying to negotiate in good faith for legislation to get that help, she picked up her ball and went back behind the walls of her gated, guarded community and her castle with its refrigerator full of ice cream while we peasants scrambled just to pay our bills, never mind being able to buy gallons of ice cream.

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Letters To The Editor: Sept. 2, 2020

The Republican Party is finally starting to push back against the “misinformation,” aka lies, the (National Socialist) Democrat Party and their flying monkey minions are dishing out. They love to parrot the line about the economy is in shambles, people are financially hurting, unemployment is way up and it’s all the fault of President Trump and the Republicans.

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Letters To The Editor: August 28, 2020

I knew this kind of thing was inevitably going to happen when I started seeing these roving bands of vandals, thugs, miscreants, oh, for the benefit of the those that worship at the shrine of the mainstream liars, “peaceful protesters” wandering the streets armed and taking opportunities to try to look tough by taking threatening stances and squaring off against unarmed citizens and armored (I’m still chuckling at those morons) police vehicles.

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Letters To The Editor: August 26, 2020

It appears that not only is the lawless rioting, looting and general destruction of private and public property spreading, based on a recent video out of Kenosha, Wisconsin, that shows at least two or three individual armed with rifles and pistols confronting a sheriff’s vehicle with at least one actually squaring off against an armored vehicle with a rifle. (By the way, it was one of those scary black rifles the left wants take away.)

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Letters To The Editor: August 20, 2020

Everyone thought it was over. They thought the horror had finally been vanquished and forced into hiding in the deepest, darkest bowels of the earth never to be seen or heard from again. It became a thing used to scare children onto the straight and narrow. It became the subject of light jokes at adult parties with comments like, “You’re still taking that seriously?”

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Letters To The Editor: August 18, 2020

Just when one might think that Donald Trump’s behavior can’t get worse, it does.  Now the president and some of his Republican cohorts are undermining and weakening the US Postal Service with the goal of causing late delivery of absentee ballots to boards of election so that they can’t be counted.

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Letters To The Editor: August 13, 2020

Since March 10, North Carolina has been in a state of emergency due to COVID-19 as declared in an executive order written by Gov. Roy Cooper. By declaring a state of emergency, the governor has been issued sweeping powers by the NC Constitution that effectively sidesteps the legislature and suspends other laws and regulations. This step is necessary to enable quick response to temporary situations such as hurricanes, floods, riots, etc. (It would take the legislature a few weeks to have a special session to deal with legislation and funding to deal with these issues.) 

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Letters To The Editor: August 12, 2020

The “Defund the Police” movement is still going strong, only they have figured out their politicians are not too keen on the title. It turns people off, so they change the name to “redistribute the funding.” They just won’t say where the funds to “redistribute” come from, even though everyone knows. So, with that in mind, I have a proposal. One that will make those politicians put their money where their mouths are, or at least show them to be the hypocrites they are. (Like I really have to try to do that.)

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Councilmembers Complain About Being Out Of The Loop

The issue of how this City Council conducts business came up during the discussion on consent searches at the virtual work session on Tuesday, Aug. 11.

Councilmember Michelle Kennedy said that the City Council had been working on requiring a written consent form for police consent searches for a year and it was time to take action.

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Letters To The Editor: July 15, 2020

I have raised the question several times as to what would happen to a home or business owner who was forced to defend themselves against BLM-backed rioters and anarchists when they move onto private property declaring their intentions to occupy, loot, burn and murder after law enforcement is ordered to stand down rather than being allowed to do their sworn duty. Well, now we know.

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Letters To The Editor: July 10, 2020

In a letter titled “Lights Out,” I was addressing how those that want to destroy America are using tactics from past masters of social destruction such as Mao, Lenin, Marx and Goebbels, to herd the majority of the shallow thinking masses in the direction they wanted, making them think they were the problem and only when they stared thinking correctly, aka, the propagandist’s way, were they going to quit being part of the problem.

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Letters To The Editor: July 2, 2020

I won’t say that Black Lives Matter.  Please, hear me out.  I believe that All Lives Matter ­– because they do.  I was raised not to care about the color of a person’s skin and that no color was more or less important than any other color.  Skin color is not something people choose.  That’s just the way it is and is no different than the color of your eyes or hair.

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Letters To The Editor: June 26, 2020

The radicals, the socialists, the Marxists, the communists – in other words leftists and members of the (Nationalist Socialist) Democrat Party – have reveled their ultimate plan. They are out to completely strip away any and everything that is the identity of the United States of America. 

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Letters To The Editor: June 23, 2020

The recent Oklahoma Trump rally received 1 million requests for tickets. The arena limited the crowd to 19,000. Of the presumed 19,000 tickets distributed, only 12,000 to 6,200 actually attended. For several weeks all news agencies, liberal and conservative, raised questions about COVID-19 impact on health. Liberal politicians went further by fighting the rally in court. They eventually lost.

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Letters To The Editor: June 19, 2020

I served in the military during “don’t ask, don’t tell.” Homosexual troops didn’t just volunteer their lives to support democracy; they postponed their lives. I supported ending don’t ask, don’t tell before it was socially acceptable. Later, I was fired from a civilian job for defending a female against anti-homosexual harassment. Harassment is wrong no matter the victim or perpetrator. All of us should treat each other with respect and dignity even during disagreement.

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Letters To The Editor: June 12, 2020

The death of George Floyd can serve as an eye opener for finding solutions to the flood of black homicides occurring daily across the country. All too often the early morning news is little more than a recount of the previous night’s black-against-black murders and assaults. This is not police racism, rather it is black-against-black genocide.

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Letters To The Editor: June 10, 2020

Sixties solutions are going to be unsuccessful for 2020 problems. The shocking death of George Floyd should be thoroughly investigated to identify actual causes to develop successful solutions. All peaceful protesting should be allowed. However, automatically jumping to racism explanations increases division. It builds walls when success requires open input from all perspectives. The only way to break the cycle of racism is to stop demanding understanding from others while refusing to understand those others. Understanding does not necessitate agreement. We need real open dialog, not “discussions” intended to provoke arguments. We all need to stop hating others more than we think those others hate us. We all need to stop holding every member of any group responsible for the acts of a few representatives.

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Letters To The Editor: June 5, 2020

In 2018, the Supreme Court ruled that forcing a healthcare clinic to post signs supporting abortion was denying free speech. California was essentially forcing clinics to advocate abortion. In 2020, Twitter has essentially done the same. Twitter falsely labeled a comment by President Trump as “fake” and it inserted a link to what it biasedly believes is “factual” information. The company placed a digital sign in Trump’s digital room.

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Letters To The Editor: June 4, 2020

President Trump was criticized for defunding the World Health Organization (WHO). Many critics supported President Obama’s Affordable Care Act (ACA). The ACA was massive legislation that encouraged wider implementation of medical provider pay-for-performance reimbursement. Under the law, reimbursement is tied to clinical outcomes. If a desired outcome is not achieved, payment is reduced. If an error occurs the provider/organization is then liable for the entire cost of mistake and the care required to fix the mistake.

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Letters To The Editor: June 2, 2020

When people see situations running the gamut from the Hildabeast getting a pass from someone who believed she was going to be his boss soon to the current situation involving Mr. Floyd and others, both published and unpublished, it’s not hard to believe why people believe there is a two-tier justice system where who you know gets you better treatment then the common person.

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Letters To The Editor: May 27, 2020

Voting is an essential activity in a democracy. It must be taken seriously. If a state deliberately develops a secure process, openly evaluated by all interested parties and approved by pre-designated legislative pathways, they have the right to implement universal mail in ballots. The decision should not be hastily instituted by one person in silence. No party should be allowed to implement it under COVID emergency powers.

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