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Thank the Troops

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 30, 2005
I read with some sadness the Porkopolis item titled "Who would Jesus send care packages to?" (issue of Nov. 16-22). I am certain that Jesus wouldn't take sides and would send care packages to everyo  

Love and Support for Troops

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 23, 2005
I'm writing in response to the Porkopolis item titled "Who Would Jesus Send Care Packages To?" (issue of Nov. 16-22). In it, Gregory Flannery questions why Xavier University's Students for Life Club  

It's Hard Not to Change Opinion of Drugs

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 16, 2005
I've just finished reading Margo Pierce's excellent piece on the pitiful state of our government's "War on Drugs" (issue of Nov. 9-15). This is the first time I've read such an intelligent review of  

Art Not Race

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 9, 2005
Permanent Collection, the recent play at Ensemble Theatre on Vine Street in Over-the-Rhine, explored the intersection between art and race. But the real intersection of art and race in Over-the-Rhin  

Don't Eat the Corpses

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 26, 2005
Thanks to CityBeat for printing another article on Buddhism ("A Buddha Way to Live," issue of Oct. 19-25). As a student of Buddhism, I appreciate the time Margo Pierce has taken to explore area Buddh  

Election Advice for Dummies

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 19, 2005
The very same right wing propaganda machine that brought us the swift boat ads last year is now coming to Ohio trying to tell us how to vote this fall! Issues 2-5 are good for all Ohioans. All they  

Compassion for Victims or Just Politics?

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 12, 2005
I'd like to respond to the letter by Don Gilligan of Rossmoyne, "Hurricane Survivors Show the Worst Side of America" (issue of Sept. 21-27), in which he condemned the looters in New Orleans and at t  

Poor, Blacks Can't Rely on Others

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 5, 2005
Regarding Kathy Y. Wilson's editorial "The Negro Speaks of Rivers" (issue of Sept. 28-Oct. 4), how do I start? I, like Wilson, hate America right now. I feel mangled and heartbroken and sick in my s  

Seven Exclamation Points

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 28, 2005
The Children's Safety Act now being debated in the U.S. Congress will create a national Web site for sex offenders and stipulates that sex felons will face up to 20 years in prison for failing to co  

CPS Helps Fund Charter Schools

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 21, 2005
Regarding the "Whose Choice Is It?" letter to the editor (issue of Aug. 31-Sept. 6), this individual needs more information on funding for public systems of education. I'm in agreement with a number  

Truly Good Work

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 14, 2005
Thank you so much for the wonderful cover story about the True Body Project ("True Body and the Write Stuff," issue of Sept. 7-13). ArtWorks is proud of all of its summer programs and grateful to Ci  

Feel Safe or Be Safe?

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 7, 2005
Cincinnati has a real battle for mayor this election and the issue of public safety has dominated the political discussion (Sound Bite into Crime, issue of Aug. 10-16). I´d like to examine the   

Who's Choice Is It?

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 31, 2005
John Gilligan's apparent paranoia about charter schools as an alternative to failed Cincinnati Public Schools seems misplaced (Porkopolis, issue of Aug. 24-30). It's the parents' choice, not his, t  

Cincinnati No Place for Me

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 24, 2005
Your cover story "I'm Hungry" (issue of Aug. 10-16) was the awful truth about the creative class of color here in Cincinnati. Yes, I left Cincinnati many years ago to much creative success in New Yo  

More Mayoral Questions

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 17, 2005
The tone of Stephanie Dunlap's story "Bite Out of Crime" (issue of Aug. 10-16) shows she was onto the Cincinnati mayoral candidates insofar as their being shallow thinkers about the issue of crime.