Editorials

OK, we’re three weeks into the new year, so if you made any resolutions regarding food and fitness, you’re either starting to feel the changes happening, or you’ve already given up. Hopefully, you’re in that first group of folks. Far be it for us to bestow guilt for any overindulgence during…

In this world of increasing hypervigilance, one of the new maxims is “if you see something, say something.”

Last Friday’s front page was a doozy. All three top news stories involved the Charles County Public School system and sexual assaults, alleged or otherwise, dating back a few years to just last fall.

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The annual March for Life on the Mall in Washington, D.C., is scheduled for Friday, Jan. 24. The activities begin with music and singing at 11:30 a. m., a rally with speeches at noon, the March to the Supreme Court at about 1:30 p. m., and the rally and speeches at the Supreme Court at about…

I am writing to thank Waldorf residents for sharing the true meaning of Christmas with children in need this past holiday season.

In his last letter to the Maryland Independent (“Critic doesn’t answer how energy needs will be met,” Jan. 17), Mr. Bobby Wallace claimed that I ridiculed his article without answering his questions about how the transition from fossil fuels would work and how the economy would be effected. …

In my opinion, the assertions in your Jan. 15 editorial that Charles County Public Schools is not doing anything to screen its employees or enhance school security are inaccurate. A quick check of the security page on the CCPS website, or an inquiry by you or a member of your staff, would ha…

Oww, Oww, pick me, pick me. I have the answer. A writer said they wanted to know “[w]as the Clinton campaign involved with the Steele dossier that was used as proof of collusion by the House?” The short answer is — no.

I wish to commend the Charles County Department of Emergency Medical Services, and in particular, the two EMTs who came to my house on Dec. 30. I don’t know their names, but they responded at 9 p.m. to my house on Williamsburg Circle. I had a severe cut on my toe and I couldn’t stop the blee…

Concerning the Jan. 10 letter, “Letter writer was wrong about climate forum,” we no longer have to argue with climate deniers. The solution to the climate crisis is coming fast and it’s not scientific or political — it’s economic. Few people realize it yet, but the market has already spoken:…

It is with much hope and great conviction that Our Revolution Maryland announces our endorsement of Mckayla Wilkes for the House seat in Maryland’s 5th Congressional District. Our endorsement comes as a unanimous choice by both our voting members in CD-5 and our state board.

Crain Commons has filed again to build 76 townhomes and a 10,250-square-foot commercial retail center at Croom Road and Crain Highway.

Mr. Hance you are right about one thing in your letter to the Independent dated Jan. 10 (“Letter writer was wrong about Waldorf climate forum”). I was not at your forum. I was commenting on the forum as it was reported in the Maryland Independent.

From Charlotte, N.C., to Washington state, to Kansas City, Mo., and in Richfield, Minn., many are pitching in to help pay off school lunch debts. Per www.newfoodeconomy.org, “According to data from the National School Lunch Program (NSLP), nearly 100,000 schools and educational institutions …

Trump may be to many an arrogant, egotistical, loud mouth bully but I have been against impeachment — it hurts the country.