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Corporations should pay their fair share
Big corporations work hard to avoid paying their fair share of taxes. The effect on the American people is higher taxes for the rest of us, fewer public investments, more debt, or some combination of the three.
- Get out of the marriage business
Now is not the time to borrow
As a senior at Goshen High School, I’m taking an economics class that teaches us how to use money wisely. The most basic and common sense rule when it comes to finances is, “Don’t spend what you don’t have.”
Bureaucratic mentality going too far in America
So, they want to “regulate” mopeds. I guess that’s another way to say “control and tax.”
Let’s try ‘Resurrection Day’
I saw on TV that it is being considered to do away with the holiday “Easter.”
God’s word still rules
So this is what this evolutionary 50-year “sexual revolution” hath wrought. Nevertheless, we still are very much male and female, flesh and blood and in need of being born again as Jesus said.
Vigil represents reality of peace
In response to a March 23 letter in The Goshen News:
Those who vigil for peace on Wednesday noon at the courthouse are quite aware of the reality that the world is a violent place.
Letter writer won’t vote for Goshen Community Center
The Goshen Community Center looks awesome, but I must question the common sense for planning such an expensive building and putting a 20-year bond burden on our community.
- Searching for the most good and the least collateral damage
Hold letter writers to high standard
I am encouraged by the Goshen News Managing Editor’s March 13 correction and apology for a factual error published in a letter regarding Sen. Carlin Yoder’s cold medicine proposal.
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