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Take the Time

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 31, 2007
I read Larry Gross' recent column ("The Out-of-Towner," issue of Jan. 24) with amusement, but I suppose it's really not funny -- more sad than anything that someone from out of town needs to point o  

Horse Slaughter Is Atrocity

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 17, 2007
Thank you to Kevin Osborne for his coverage of the important issue of the slaughter of the American horse ("Secret Slaughter," issue of Jan. 10). This atrocity should be an embarrassment to any dece  

New Clifton Center Will Benefit All Arts

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 10, 2007
On behalf of the board of directors and the many volunteers working to make the Clifton Cultural Arts Center a reality for our region, I extend my sincere appreciation for Margo Pierce's excellent ar  

Stop Shutting out Parents

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 3, 2007
Susan Cranley is clueless! It's indefensible that the Cincinnati Board of Education president would even say that the state has a lot of clout because they provide 21 percent of the local schools' b  

Bus System Doesn't Merit Fare Increase

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 27, 2006
Recent comments from the Southwestern Ohio Regional Transit Authority (SORTA) vice chairman are self-serving, disengenuous and say nothing (Letters, "I Remain Committed," issue of Dec. 13). Metro is  

I Remain Committed

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 13, 2006
It's human nature for some to think bad thoughts of those who disagree with them, whether true or not. Often, this urge reaches out for thin branches to maintain and justify angry disagreement. Such  

Well Done, Betty

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 6, 2006
Regarding the letter published in the Nov. 29 issue from Betty Shaffer ("Bleeding Hearts Are Worthless"), she's off to a good start already with that title. In her letter she lets us know that she wo  

Acceptable Doesn't Mean It's Right

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 29, 2006
In response to James Proffitt's article "New Demographics Don't Necessarily Mean Different Values" (issue of Nov. 22), I couldn't help but notice as I read that in some of these cases the new demogr  

Ignore Form

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 21, 2006
With most of the media's attention focused on the elections, it has become easy to slip an agenda-driven form letter into a newspaper opinion page. Ted Martindale's letter calling for Americans to st  

Bizarro Votes

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 15, 2006
Well, I really gotta hand it to Ohio voters this year. We have three ballot initiatives that have a rock solid influence on how downtown Cincinnati is going to look, and somehow the voters vote the b  

Election Info Clear and to the Point

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 8, 2006
I want to thank John Fox for the endorsement editorial "Time for a Clean Sweep" (issue of Nov. 1). Reading The Enquirer, you would think they would focus on letting the public know about the issues   

Here's to Full Disclosure

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 1, 2006
As advocated by Caleb Faux in a Letter to the Editor ("Don't Forget the State Elections, issue of Aug. 30   

Here's to Full Disclosure

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 1, 2006
As advocated by Caleb Faux in a Letter to the Editor ("Don't Forget the State Elections, issue of Aug. 30), CityBeat gave coverage to the 28th District Ohio House race between incumbent Jim Raussen   

Support the Troops, Make Tough Decisions

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 25, 2006
A recent CityBeat news article ("Not a War of Words," issue of Oct. 11) argued that both U.S. Rep. Jean Schmidt and I have been avoiding a frank discussion of the war in Iraq. While much of my time   

Expose the Lying Weasels

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 18, 2006
Regarding the editorial "It's a Crime" (issue of Oct. 11), the reason that city leaders are intimidated by the Cincinnati Police Department is actually answered in other articles in the same issue.