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Author: Rhino Times

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Letters To The Editor: Dec. 15, 2020

I’m Robin Freedman, sister of Mark Freedman. On Nov. 3, my brother was murdered while leaving his restaurant, Mark’s on Dolly Madison. Our hearts are shattered. Mark was a unique man, a wonderful brother and true friend. Mark lived in Greensboro for over 40 years, owned three restaurants and was committed to his art and to the community. 

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Letters To The Editor: Oct. 21, 2020

Hunter Biden’s laptop, containing “incriminating” emails, being discovered close to an election, is suspicious. The laptop could be a hoax. Unethically/illegally obtained “evidence” could be manipulated. The way the computer was obtained is a legitimate question concerning authenticity and ethics.

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Letters To The Editor: Oct. 20, 2020

The media still tries to sell Joe Biden as a moderate. That ship has sailed. Since he joined in a pact with Bernie Sanders, he is certainly not a moderate. Sanders tells us, “Biden will be the most progressive president ever.” As well as, “First we have to get him elected, then we can push him further left.” As an empty vessel, he is putty in their hands. He will be the Trojan horse for socialism/communism. He will do or say anything to be elected.

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Letters To The Editor: Oct. 13, 2020

Propaganda, defined by the Oxford dictionary: Information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote or publicize a particular political cause or point of view. Synonyms: information, promotion, advertising, publicity, spin, disinformation, counter-information, agitprop, info, hype, plugging, puff piece, the big lie.

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Letters To The Editor: Oct. 12, 2020

I think you might want to provide more coverage of the Koury rezoning request for the 23-acre parcel at Cone and Cleburne. Their request to change from R-3 to RM-26 is a great idea for Koury but devastating to the mature neighborhoods surrounding the property.  Koury certainly has every right to develop their property, but it should be consistent and complementary to its neighbors.

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