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Aug. 14-18 is National Community Health Center Week, when we celebrate our good fortune in having a health care safety net right in our own community; Wilson Community Health Center. At this time … more
Dear Dr. Transall, My 12-year-old daughter has been pestering me to allow her to transition to her true reptilian self ever since she saw Eva Tiamat Baphhomet Medusa on the internet. The former … more
OK, The Wilson Times has seen fit to burden its readers with a guest columnist by the name of George Leach described as a Wilson resident and former teacher with a keen interest in state and national … more
Pundits would prefer N. Korea appeasement “We shall fight them on the beaches, we shall fight them on the landing grounds, we shall fight them in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills, we shall never … more
Believers should honor God by keeping the Sabbath Re: “Sunday hunting bans a poor policy from bad theology,” editorial, Saturday: I just turned 50 years young last week, and with its approach and passing it brought to mind the … more
The government of Great Britain was finally able to murder an 11-month-old child after months of opposition from Charlie Gard’s parents. Even with the entire apparatus of British government arrayed against them, Charlie’s parents … more
Re: “Congress’ exception to Obamacare rules must come to an end,” editorial, Aug. 2: Kudos and hurrahs for The Times. This is the most significant article of government collapse that I have read in a long time. If all the news … more
A balanced media diet would inform Leach’s views Re: “For Democrats, a call to political action,” by George Leach, Wednesday: If Mr. Leach only gets his news from the main networks, NPR and the MSNBC/CNN outlets, he can be … more
Sexual assault survivors deserve Title IX protections As an attorney involved in campus sexual assault hearings across the state, I feel compelled to write in response to your editorial last week on Title IX. Title IX is separate from any … more
GOP senators selling us out on health care reform I am so frustrated with our so-called Republicans who we voted into office to help our president to make America Great again. We voted you in to gain the House and the Senate. Well, you … more
A city is where a group of people decide to live in close proximity to one another. Due to this, they had to come up with rules for all to be able to live healthfully and safely. It was decided that some should be put in control to make rules … more
Gun-rights advocate implies support for treason The opening paragraph of a recent letter to the editor entitled “Second Amendment Rights must be preserved” strongly implied that the Constitution sanctions gun ownership as a defense … more
Our Founding Fathers were ingenious individuals in drafting the documents that separated us from Great Britain. The Declaration of Independence spelled out our grievances. The Articles of Confederation established a governing body in the … more
Trump’s lack of leadership may result in his resignation Re: “What if Russia expected a Clinton victory?” by Mark Levin, July 20: Mark, I guess it would be foolish to ask if you feel that the so-called mainstream media is … more
Second Amendment rights must be preserved The Second Amendment is needed more today than at any other time in history. As the military, “A well-regulated Militia,” grows in size, the more the rights of the people to bear arms must … more
Socialized health care rewards selfishness, dependency It’s not Congress that needs a dose of reality nearly as much as the American society, especially those with left-leaning ideology. There are several very good points made in Tom … more
Wilson is a cookie jar city. What is a cookie jar city, you may ask? It is a city that tries to help the needy. A city starts out to help the unfortunate and and does a pretty good job at the start — cookies are made and put in the jar for … more
Rescued cat’s love eases pain of loss Joy can come from a lot of places. After having lost my husband and two brothers in such a short amount of time, I had been feeling lonely and sad. I had also just about that time lost my loving cat … more
Re: “Bad behavior trending online, inspiring it in real life,” by Sandy Cohen of the Associated Press, July 15: We’re supposed to learn to be polite and civil in society. But what we have right now is some acting the opposite of … more
Political fiction, lottery addiction and sugary poison Some days the newspapers carry some very interesting news, and July 13 was one of them. Let’s begin with Nick Smith’s letter to the editor, “Trump’s actions … more
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