• Letter to the Editor

    FVP staffer was there in court with rapist’s victims Dear editor: There has been an unfortunate perception created by a recent public Facebook status regarding Family Violence Prevention Inc., which the organization’s board of directors thinks it should clear up. One of our staff members …

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    Thank Thomas Jefferson In response to Mr. Gatewood’s question about the origin of the phrase “separation of church and state,” you can thank Thomas Jefferson for popularizing it. The phrase itself originates from theologian Roger Williams who started the first Baptist Church in America in …

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    Created, or evolved? Dear editor: How did our world come to be? Was it created or evolved? Our education commissioners and U.S. Supreme Court or federal court judges can’t seem to agree. In my opinion, what difference does it make? But these “wise men” of the school …

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  • Letters to the Editor

    Moral decline Dear editor: How does the moral decline in the home, church, schools and government affect you? In the home, most of the time both parents work and many times the children are left with the T.V., cell phone and computer. Guess what? They don’t …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Voters said no to same-sex marriage Dear editor: Seventy-five percent of Arkansas voters voted to pass the General Assembly and a State Constitutional Amendment that not only bans same-sex marriage, but it prohibits the recognition of legal marriages conducted in other states and countries. To …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Praise for Lyon theater Dear Editor, I would be amiss if I didn’t let you and our area know what fantastic theatrical work is coming out of Lyon College’s theater department. I have now seen both productions this season and each was truly wonderful. The new theater professor, …

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  • Letters to the Editor

    Co. judge against tax Letter to the Editor: I am writing this letter concerning the upcoming special Sharp County election March 11, 2014 for a 1 1/2 cent sales tax to build and operate a hospital. First, I am not in disagreement with the Sharp County Quorum Court …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Kudos to letter writer Dear editor: This is in response to Bob Dailey’s letter to the editor published in the Batesville Daily Guard on Feb. 21, 2014. Kudos to you Bob Dailey and take a bow because you do deserve it. I see you are …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Reader shares her thoughts Dear editor: I would like to thank you for three of the best articles you printed last Friday, the little boy, the 102-year-old lady and two teachers in Alaska. We need more of this kind of news. About the wet/dry election: …

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  • Letters to the Editor

    Did Jesus drink fermented wine? Dear editor: Did Jesus drink fermented or intoxicating wine? What kind of wine are we talking about? Did Jesus turn water into an intoxicating or a fermented drink? There are 12 different Hebrew words (Old Testament) and two Greek words …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Dear editor: This is in response to Adam Liang’s letter to the editor published in the Daily Guard on Feb. 11, 2014. I will be more than happy to tell you why we are still fighting a battle that the 21st amendment ended in 1933. …

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  • Letters to the Editor

    Exaggerations Dear Editor: In reference to Tina Dupuy’s op-ed piece that appeared in the Jan. 29 edition of the Batesville Guard, let me make some corrections to her gross exaggerations. First, let me correct her on the exaggeration that “anti-abortion activists are not for programs …

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