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German Lutheran Pastor Martin Niemoller wrote a poem in 1946, one version of which is posted in the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum: “First they came for the socialists, and I did not speak out—Because I was not a socialist. Then they came for the trade unionists, and I did not speak…

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The war to make "socialism" acceptable, even inevitable, to Americans continues unabated. The majority of Dems, Liberals, and Progressives talk as though there is no choice but to accept more government control. Of course that last is never mentioned but that is exactly what would occur.

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I am one of those “respectful and articulate” inmates that had the opportunity to meet and speak with Governor Scott in the “Delta” housing unit. (Eagle Times, July 31: “Governor Scott tours Springfield correctional facility.”) However, your article mistakenly says that we are restricted and…

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Westminster Cares held its 18th annual Westminster Garden Tour on July 20 and 21, 2019. Despite extreme heat and humidity, many attendees still came out to enjoy the gardens — especially the shady spots — and the event was a success!

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63 Years ago I emigrated from Germany to America, a beacon for many less fortunate souls.

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I left town for a few days and I came back to this editorial (7/24/19) by our Interim Editor. When I finished reading the article I was offended that a public figure would tell a governing body to ignore the people. Funny, I thought that we had a Constitution that says, "We the People of the…

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Not the one in Belgium where American World War One Soldiers are buried but another Flanders field located in Goshen, New Hampshire. Actually there are two Flanders’ fields. One is situated just south of mile marker forty seven on the west side of State Route 10. The other, a much larger fie…

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Last week I wrote with concern over the proposed "sober housing" being located on Sullivan St. if grants are won. I wrote, I had received some data shared with me that was less than favorable and frankly is incorrect, I then received communication from other sources with additional informati…

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I happen to be working at school this morning and though our custodial team is not quite done with all of their work yet, they are still hard at work finishing up all of the summer cleaning jobs in time for teachers and staff to move back in to their assigned areas in preparation for our big…

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The Sonoma (CA) County Fair has cancelled pig scrambles—they don’t want to encourage children to bully. Pig scrambles are cruel, including the ones to be held next week at the Cheshire, NH county fair. Piglets don’t want to be greased, chased, bagged any more than you. Pig scrambles, like ro…

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Newport school board's “public” meeting on July 25 was hi-lighted again by everything that is wrong with Newport's school board and school administration. School administration still holds a firm position with lowest of the low school administrations in the state.

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I am very disappointed that the Eagle Times saw it OK to publish this very demeaning comic towards the public school system (Mallard Fillmore, Tuesday July 23). Our local communities struggle each year in the budget process and work hard to educate our local young population; you are not helping!

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The decision to end pig scrambles at the county fair reflects a "heightened awareness" for humane treatment of farm animals, according to the county fair board president. He reportedly went on to say, "If we can do our part to protect animals as well as educate kids about agriculture it's a …

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Newport school board's “public” meeting on July 25 was highlighted again by everything that is wrong with Newport's school board and school administration. School administration still holds a firm position with lowest of the low school administrations in the state.

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Generosity and compassion have always been hallmarks of how we treat each other here in Claremont. Over time, we seem to have allowed this positive spirit to turn our community into a magnet for folks with demographic issues. Individuals and families move here, or are often sent here, in ord…

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Referencing the recent article in the July 23rd edition of the Eagle Times, in which the "sober housing" possibly being located on Sullivan Street in the very heart of the city, I saw the article referenced on Face Book on the Eagle Times social media page and commented the following, "Why i…

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Hello, I would ask that my email be shared with the rest of the Council as a courtesy. I am not asking for direct feedback and look forward to bringing this up at a regularly scheduled meeting. I would like some clarification during the meeting to address the following concern I have. My und…

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Over the last few months the Eagle has published articles and letters about proposed changes which may happen in our city.

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Regarding “The Forgotten Unemployed” by Arthur Vidro in the weekend edition of the Eagle Times (July 20-21):