Friday, August 14th, 2020

Author: Rhino Times

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Letters to the Editor: Jan. 24, 2020

Biased media claim investigating opposition is “illegal” and “unethical.” Yet, the Obama administration investigated Trump, a political opponent. That would also make Nancy Pelosi and democratic representatives unethical for investigating Trump for impeachment. If investigating political opposition is illegal, Obama and Pelosi are also guilty.

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Letters To The Editor: Aug. 20, 2019

I’m still waiting for someone to give me the definition of an “assault weapon.” What is it? Describe it. You hear the overwhelming number of people including, surprisingly and unfortunately, Republican and conservative news commentators use the term. Again I ask…what is an assault weapon?

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Letters To The Editor: July 26, 2019

In the court of public opinion, data shouldn’t be filtered/cleansed by third party “fact checkers” to protect the “innocent.”  “Fact checkers” inability to differentiate fact from opinion reduces credibility. Communicating different opinions is not a lie, just as communicating agreement is not truth.

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Letters To The Editor: July 12, 2019

How many times have you heard leftist, progressive social justice whiner Democrats loudly point out how they have more women and minorities in government than conservatives and Republicans?  When the numbers are compared, they are (in a rare instance) right. By numbers they do have more. But there is more to this than what they are saying.

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Letters To The Editor: July 10, 2019

For too long we have been giving in to outsiders demanding things from America. Iran, North Korea, several Central and South American countries and worst of all progressive, leftist, environmental/climate change whack-job Social Justice Warriors in this country have been demanding we give in to them “or else.”

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Letters To The Editor: July 8, 2019

Our country has shifted dramatically from the country, to the city, then the suburbs; from agricultural, to manufacturing, then to service industries.  We moved West in great numbers.  As a result the greatest universities are now located in every corner, and center, of the country.

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Hughlene Bostian Frank

Hughlene Bostian Frank, 72, of Greensboro, died at her home along with her beloved husband, Bill in a tragic fire on Sunday, May 19, 2019.Hughlene was born January 8, 1947, in Iredell County, NC, the daughter of the late Hugh Lee and Tina Caldwell Bostian.  She is survived by her brother, Terry Bostian and wife, Bonnie in Seneca, SC; nephew, Brian Bostian and wife, Tracey; grandniece, Carissa and grandnephew, Evan of Huntersville.

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William A. “Bill” Frank

Mr. William A. “Bill” Frank, 77, of Greensboro, died at his home (along with his beloved wife, Hughlene) in a tragic fire on Sunday, May 19, 2019.Bill’s memorial service will be at 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, May 28, at Temple Emanuel, 713 N. Greene Street, Greensboro, with a reception following the 11:00 a.m.service for Hughlene at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church Haywood Duke Room.

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