The Nancy Pelosi/Chuck Schumer stimulus plan to help hurting Americans effected by the coronavirus is astonishing. Much of it, completely unrelated to the virus, is nothing more than a socialism wish list.
Well, I’m in the hospital.
I got my first personal cellphone about 22 years ago.
With a fraction of a percent of a death rate in Arizona, it is now very obvious that continuing to use the word pandemic when referring to COVID-19 is ludicrous, and it makes you wonder why some of our elected public servants are continuing to do so.
I must reply to Mr. Pat Farrell on his opinion the United States Constitution supports wearing masks.
Recently I saw former Gov. John Wilder of Virginia being interviewed on television.
The controversy over wearing masks is bordering on the absurd.
Thank you for printing the story about the death penalty.
Normally, I do not respond to articles in the newspaper, as to be politically active is to be attacked, especially if you are a Republican and a conservative, as, frankly, the aim of the left is to eliminate all opposition.
This is about the GOP picnic where about 200 mostly elderly supporters gathered with no masks or distancing.
I’ve been following the local debate as to the validity of the city council races being non-partisan. It has become clear over the past several years that the Conservative Republican Club of Kingman has eroded that proud tradition.
If Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is truly concerned about our health, he should encourage fitness, not deny it.
I read the story about the father who left his daughter in the car with the air conditioning on low.
I’d like to express appreciation to “Stone Soup” cartoonist Jan Eliot.
In the Community View “You bet your life” by Jim Consolato (July 5 Kingman Miner), he left out a third group when trying to put us all into two groups of sheep.
We see so much change taking place in our United States – demonstrations (often not peaceful), anti-police and anti-establishment.
In reference to any possible discussion and/or action regarding any government entity requiring that individuals or businesses wear masks, I stand in full support that the decision to wear a mask or any other personal protective equipment is to be left to the sole discretion of the individual or business.
A little over two and a half years ago I read an article in the paper about two seats up for re-election in our Hospital District No. 1.
I, for one, am grateful to Mayor (Jen) Miles for having the common sense and fortitude for mandating masks as our COVID-19 numbers keep going up.
“You Bet Your Life” was a TV series from 1950 through 1960 starring the Groucho Marx where he always asked the operative question: “What is the secret word?”
I was sorry to note that Mayor Jen Miles found some of my comments (June 21 Community View, Kingman Miner) to be inflammatory and she was disturbed. Certainly not my intention – far from it.
I used to wake up sick around midnight, so I started taking medication for my heartburn.
My problem is people stopping in my alley, just off that main street, and dumping their trash into my city-required trash barrel that the people next door and I pay for.