/usr/web/www.nvdaily.com/wp-content/themes/coreV2/category.php

Letters to the Editor

Letters

Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: A recent letter to the editor contained not a word refuting an earlier letter it criticized -- that Del. Todd Gilbert seriously undermined his credibility by claiming he and his Republican colleagues formed an agency for combating economic emergencies when, ...

Letters

Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: Five years ago, we adopted a 6-year-old named Casey. When we adopted him, we knew that he had a heart murmur. Being good parents, we have had his local doctor monitor him every year at six-month intervals. At his last checkup, it was recommended that we ...

Letters

Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: We all know that Michael Vick was given a second chance to play football in the NFL. To some folks that was wrong -- that he shouldn't get a second chance because of the dog-fighting thing. To those folks I say this, go get your Bible, turn to the book of ...

Letters

Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: Eight years later let's not forget those who went about what was not to be a typical routine day on Sept. 11, 2001. This edition of Main Street Melodies is not intended to entertain with fun and hoopla but to remember, reflect and pray for those that day ...

Letters

Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: Echoing the sound information from Susan M. Walls (letter, Aug. 28 issue), regarding feral cats in the Wolfs Gap area, our family had a recent experience in the Basye area not 30 miles away and felt compelled to write. Several weeks ago we came across a ...

Letters

Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: More than 30 years ago, the Jonestown massacre grabbed headlines. "Drink the Kool-Aid" became a catch-phrase for committing suicide at the prompting of a leader. A carefully orchestrated campaign regarding swine flu has made mainstream headlines. The U.S. ...

Submit a letter to the editor

Letters to the editor about current events or topics of general interest are welcomed from Northern Shenandoah Valley residents. Letters must not exceed 350 words and must be signed and include the writer's complete address and telephone number. The phone number, which is for verification, ...

Letters

Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: Comrade Obama and his merry band of morons in Congress have had quite a plateful in these past six months. The great leader has given us "stimulus 2," a complete disaster that will bankrupt our nation, Obama care, rationing, OMW (Obama Motor Works, no ...

Letters

Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: I would like to respond to the letters by Ron Orndorff and Suzanne Curran that appeared in the Aug. 21 issue. Mr. Orndorff, you describe our president as a village idiot, "scratching his nose and picking his butt." I'll bet that you would never speak in ...

Letters

Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: It is time to sit back and fully evaluate over-the-top reports in the news a few weeks ago incredibly suggesting that getting a suntan is now in the same risk category as cigarettes, arsenic and even plutonium. That's ridiculous. Cigarettes, arsenic and ...

Letters to the editor

Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: Creigh Deeds and Bob McDonnell were wrong to limit their discussions and debates to the "big three" issues facing Virginia voters. There are many additional and equally important decisions made in Richmond that affect Virginians where and how they ...

Letters to the editor

Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: From where I sit as a patient, family physician and employer, the reform for the health-care system is badly needed. Too much money is wasted on administration, malpractice issues, procedural rescue medicine and profits. However, the political rhetoric, ...

Letters to the editor

Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: The Page County school district is the largest employer within Page County, an employment ray of hope against the backdrop of a dismal economy and a county unemployment rate hovering around 30 percent. However, there seems to be a rancorous aversion to ...

Letters

Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: He had a sense of urgency and secrecy in his heavy French accent. "You have to do this assignment immediately. This is time-sensitive," David Campbell said, over his cell phone in Montreal, Quebec. "They must not know the purpose of your assignment or the ...

Letters

Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: In response to the letter by Robert A. Dowie of Natural Bridge (Dec. 3 issue): How dare he judge an entire community (New Market) by the actions of a few? His narrow-mindedness is obvious when he refers to us as "another sad Appalachian town, populated by ...

Letters

Letters Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: I am greatly enjoying your coverage regarding the hijinks at the New Market Volunteer Fire/Rescue Department. Please continue your coverage when the grand jury indictments are filed. New Market, Va. -- yet another sad Appalachian town, populated ...

Letters

Letters Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: Proposition 8 amended California's constitution to define marriage as the union of a man and a woman. Ten percent of black Baptists voted for it; a large number of evangelical, Hispanic, Roman Catholic and Mormons voted for it. Why? They understand ...

Letters

Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: Most laws and regulations written and administered by municipalities are usually written with common sense so that all involved are fairly treated with respect and dignity. To the point, I am referring to an asinine regulation originating from the office of ...

Letters

Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: As president of the Rotary Club of Front Royal, I would like to express my most sincere apology for the comments I made to the press regarding this club's consideration of a recent proposal of a prospective new member. According to club policy, all new ...

Letters

Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: On Dec. 2, an inspiring program was presented at Signal Knob Middle School. "Rachael's Challenge" is used in schools across the United States and in several other countries to foster tolerance, kindness and respect, while discouraging bullying, violence and ...