Letters to the Editor B. Zoeller
A big national debt and big spending are scary. They sure scare me. But
I’m sure most of you have heard the saying, “It’s easier to scare people
than to find the facts.”
Letters to the Editor Bryan Scott
I will accept the money amounts Zoeller put forth as accurate or close enough. However, just adding total debt and assigning it to a year, a president or a political party does not give a true picture of who really spends our money. The federal government raises, spends and borrows money like most of its citizens.
News Jonathan Nicholson
Quick: Name an Oklahoma politician who is pals with President Barack
Obama, voted for the 2008 bank bailout, believes the military can be cut
by 10 percent without harm and thinks increased taxes must be on the
table for deficit reduction.
Commentary State Rep. T.W. Shannon
Ninety percent of an iceberg is typically underwater. This fact makes icebergs extremely dangerous, because it takes a keen eye to determine if the ice floating on the surface is a small block that can be pushed aside or several million tons of ice that will sink your ship.