Why do successful and supposedly intelligent men cave in to this silliness? What do you think?
The court just denied the state of Arizona, and I suppose by extension all states, the right to require a person to provide proof they are a citizen in order to vote. Why would any honest government – local, state or federal – want non-citizens to have the privilege to vote? Maybe the decision was based on a technicality, but in my opinion the court just gave non-citizens the opportunity to be illegal voters. What do you think?
Dear Abbey, and other columns of that type in which people write in seeking advice concerning a problem in their daily lives are very interesting. I read these types of articles for only one reason: They give me confirmation that I am really a sane individual. What do you think?
It’s very good to see that these honor students have formed their own opinions and want to express them. However there is a time and place for everything and the valedictorian address is not the place for that form of expression. I believe the school authorities were correct in their decision to not permit a variation from the approved script. Some traditions need to be followed. What do you think?
I hope one or more of the items above caused you to think about the content in them. Let me know what you think.
William J. Kelly is a Weatherford resident and regular contributor to Viewpoints.