Why gasoline prices are this way
To the Sun:
I will make this short and to the point. I am issuing a challenge to all gasoline stores to respond to the following questions:
How can the price of gas go up at 8 a.m. and go down 15 to 25 cents by 2 p.m.?
Why does it always go up before the weekend?
How can it go up at all stations when I know that all stations do not get a new load at the same time?
I call that gouging. How about you?
Return to Hooverville
To the editor:
In 1928 we had a booming economy and almost everyone was happy. We elected a group that favored special interests instead of the taxpayers and their country. The stock market grew and grew. Business got bigger and bigger. The taxpayers got poorer and poorer. The gap between the rich and poor became wider and wider
Then a terrible cloud of hunger and mistrust swept across the country, and the leadership plus special interests almost destroyed this country and freedom.
Is it happening again?
Don’t blame the dog
To the editor:
As I sit here, there is a dog barking, and it has been since early morning.
The owner goes off to work or wherever, and leaves it out. The poor dog barks and barks. It’s not the dog’s fault, it’s the owner’s.
This is every day. Even when they are home, the poor thing is left out, and he barks to tell them he’s hungry or needs water. And heaven forbid, they should love on him. That would be asking too much!
This is for all dog and cat owners: Love your pets, take care of them, treat them like you want to be treated. They are God’s creatures. Love them, love God.