Using Jacob Martin's rhetoric in his letter relative to the Advocate interviews with local leaders and their thoughts on the passing of President Ronald Reagan, "I humbly suggest ..that you pay more attention to ..." the facts before you start addressing "the blatant political partianship gushing beyond the editorial section..."
I don't believe anyone in the area can find fault with Tom McClain being interviewed as chairman of the Boyle County Republican Party. Further, as a senior adult whose Marine husband shortened his life (you know how those vacation spots like Mt. Surabachi on Iwo Jima and Nagasaki will "just about wear you out"), so that Americans like Jacob Martin can still run free, I was extremely humbled by Herb Brock's call to interview me. And, then, there is Dr. J. Timothy Mathis, pastor, educator, and general leader around town, who also was interviewed. Dr. Mathis is a Democrat. Not your "frothing-at-the mouth, mad dog, hate-inspired, flaming liberal" (you notice I did not name any political party), but a Democrat with his head on straight, his heart bleeding for the downfall of America's values, and a man of integrity, moral conviction and unbiased love for God, country and family.