Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

How far have we fallen that we need armed guards in schools?

The Sunday edition of The Sun News contained an article on security firms providing armed guards in the schools. When you think of the overall concept of having an armed guard in a school, whether it be a security firm or the police, does anyone wonder just when and how society became such a zoo? Metal detectors and armed guards. Is that really the type of environment youths are to be exposed to when they're trying to get an education?

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U.S. must learn from German immigration mistakes

A truck assault in Berlin Germany is one of the many problems Germany is experiencing with one million Middle East and North African immigrants, mostly young males, some of whom have committed murder, robbery and assaults on German Christians and Jews, especially women. Chancellor Angela Merkel wants to take in another one million immigrants while the German interior minister said German citizens with dual nationalities who are terrorists and/or a threat to national security should be deported.

Letters to the Editor

No more important role than being a father

Father is the most precious relationship and respected title on the planet. Even God chose that title for Himself toward His creation. He also shared that name with a special man who brought us life and spends the rest of his life providing and guiding, and being there for us.

Letters to the Editor

Public acceptance of homosexuality immoral

The morals of our society have hit rock-bottom. The proof is in the April issue (page 35) of Southern Living magazine. There you find a full-page home-furnishings ad by the company IKEA. The ad shows two young men, one black and one white, snuggling on a love seat under a logo that reads: “All homes are created equal.”

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