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Letters

A positive spin

To the editor: A recent letter from John and Mary Kluge listed several areas that they think will be of concern to school children moving forward. The Kluge’s list of concerns could actually be looked at from the opposite (positive) point of view. Their first area of concern was “climate ...

It’s what’s inside that counts

To the editor: As someone who has been “through the trenches” regarding family health crises (preCovid), I would like to help empower people to improve their health circumstances. Now, to condense it all in one letter to the editor may prove difficult. Over the past 16 years I have ...

They should teach this in schools

To the editor: Have there been bad things in our country’s past? Certainly. But shouldn’t we also remember things like the following? Between 1560 and 1600 there were eight religious wars in France. On Aug. 24, 1572, religiously motivated slaughter erupted in Paris and then spread to ...

Other concerns for school children

To the editor: Several recent letters to the editor have expressed concern regarding the well being of young people in the public schools. We think they need to expand their concerns to other things that are and will be impacting young people going forward. The number one issue is climate ...

See for yourself

To the editor: Those in New Ulm who say that Critical Theory will not be in our schools, please read this. The following information has been gathered by the “Center of the American Experiment”: (QUOTE) The primary vehicle for CRT ideology in the third draft of the Minnesota Department ...

Keep the senate filibuster

To the editor: I think it is pretty well accepted that the Civil War (1861-1865) was fought over the issue of states’ rights. Some historians contend a major driver was the federal government issuing new tariffs that benefited Northern producers and adversely effected Southern ...