December 12, 2011
Does the city of Danville realize what surrounding areas are charging for water? Or are they going by the airport/movie theatre pricing system? Greed is a very bad thing. If you keep price-gouging people, those same people can become desperate and do things that they normally wouldn't do to get by. Brad Jeffries Danville
December 27, 2010
This is an excerpt from Managing Editor Randy Patrick’s blog, Newer World. To read the rest and comment, visit http://kyvoice.com/winchestersun/newerworld/ It’s been a generation since the movie “Wall Street” came out days before the October 1987 stock market crash … Now 23 years later, the timing is right for the sequel, “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps” … In this film, Gordon Gekko,...
March 18, 2008
Dear Editor, Some 50-plus years ago I purchased a new high quality three-bedroom, 1-1/2-bath home with an attached garage for approximately $20,000. It was in a new development that included an industrial park and a number of parks and schools within a short walking distance from each home. Incidentally, the schools and parks were donated and paid for by the developer along with the streets, sidewalks, underground electricity and other amenities. Basically, it was a single-family community, with very few apartments, and just a very nice place to live and raise a family.
June 19, 2009
Dear Editor, It was morally, unethical and a dishonorable thing to do when the City of Danville enacted into law the desecration of selling liquor on the Lord's day. Money has always been the god of this world and the greed of money won the day over the wishes of those who love the Lord and His holy day of rest. Good news though; for the faster this world goes downhill, the sooner the second coming of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. M. Wendell AndersonDanville
December 9, 2009
Dear Editor, I saw the advertisement on how to support litter awareness in The Advocate-Messenger. For individuals, the message is: let others know littering is not acceptable behavior. Oh, really. Same-sex marriage is not acceptable behavior; neither is adultery, bigamy, incest, pornography, rape, lying, greed and more liquor and beer by the drink so individuals can drive drunk and kill people with cars and trucks on our public roads. Robbery, murder and terroristic threatening are not acceptable behavior, and the list goes on and on, and the world loves to have it so. M. Wendell Anderson Danville
April 13, 2009
Dear Editor, Mr. Bowman's recent letter taking Rush Limbaugh to task followed the usual liberal pattern of being long on hype and short on fact. The liberal mantra to make Obama acceptable can only be accomplished if they denigrate George Bush. Mr. Bowman's hypocritical stance of criticizing President Bush for excessive spending and then defending Obama for proposing more spending than all other presidents from George Washington to George W. Bush defies logic. He is partially right in his statement that corporate greed helped to cause the current economic situation.
November 7, 2007
Dear Editor, I want to thank Bobbie Curd for writing the story titled, "Garrard woman battles to get help for her daughter" on Sunday in The Kentucky Advocate because it speaks for thousands of innocent families in this country. The mind-twisting insanity of what Child Protective Services gets away with, and in secrecy, is nothing but an atrocity. CPS is psychologically and financially ruining families by intimidation. They are bankrupting our Social Security funds under the loopholes of SS Title IV. You might want to research Title IV, because it not only feeds CPS greed, but it's destroying the lives of children of divorced parents also.
March 4, 2009
Dear Editor, Greed put Wall Street in the hot seat. American workers are not the problem in this country, mismanagement by people with high I.Q.s and low levels of common sense put us where we are. Financial wizards playing with numbers to see how far the American worker can be stretched before they will rebel, put us in trouble. Political puppets, whose mouths move and words come out of that mouth saying one thing while the real puppet masters say just the opposite, put us in this trouble.
July 16, 2009
Lockett's ideology lacks soundness After reading Republican congressional candidate Matt Lockett's professed beliefs I wonder where he's been over the past eight years? None of us want more government involvement in our lives than is absolutely necessary; however, Lockett's free-enterprise-at-all-cost philosophy is precisely what triggered the feds' recent intervention. Without it, the unregulated greed of the big banks and investment houses would have devastated the stock market and, along with it, most folk's retirement funds.