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    Thanks to Obama

    I see that the economy is chugging along nicely. It is slow, but steady with housing and unemployment making a comeback. Corporate profits are at an all time high, the stock market is at all time highs, the size of government is smaller, inflation is low, interest rates are low — and all ...

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    Identity thieves have no values, no honor

    When did stealing identities of working people become a way for lazy, dishonest people to make a living? Why are they stealing fellow American’s Social Security numbers or credit cards instead of being decent and responsible enough to have an honest job. Where did these greedy people learn...

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    New chip-and-PIN sounds like biblical prophecy

    The column “Retailers should move to chip-and-PIN technology,” (TCH, Sept. 24) says that retailers should move to accommodate the safer cards with a data chip embedded to thwart cyber-attacks as happened recently at Home Depot and Target. The new cards with the data chip would require...

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    Letter: Church and state

    Our country was divinely guided to be founded on Christian principles and we must not allow nonbelievers and haters to destroy these ideals. These are great principles and values! You shouldn't kill, steal or lie. You should treat one another in a loving manner and help each other. Peace. How is...

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    Letter: Radical reading

    I love to read books! Six years ago I read books titled Dreams from My Father and The Audacity of Hope. Barack Obama was given as the author of these highly polished "autobiographies" of his life. These books clearly document that Obama was fully qualified to be a community organizer in the Chicago...

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    Letter Best: Communication breakdown

    With blazing speed we can text, tweet, send videos and messages worldwide. However, it seems as if the more megabytes, the less common sense we employ to process all the information. It's as if information is being pumped into our brains with a high-speed camera but what emerges is a slow-motion...

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    Fast Focus: 'Does Washington need more access to medical schools?' More medical schools

    How do you mean "more" accessible? Though I have never applied to the University of Washington's School of Medicine, I have always understood that with good grades, good references, fine MCAT scores, and good character, any person could be admitted into this program. Evidently not.

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    Fast Focus: 'Does Washington need more access to medical schools?' We need health experts

    Medical training should be accessible and affordable throughout Washington and, in fact, throughout America. Note that I ignore the phrase, "medical school," in the Herald's question and instead use the more expansive term, "medical training." The most serious shortage among doctors is in the category...

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    Fast Focus: 'Does Washington need more access to medical schools?' Worth the cost

    This question is almost too much of a softball to merit a response. Of course, medical school should be more accessible in Washington. One would hope that more doctors would mean that the cost of health care declines, or at least stabilizes. Of course, we have to pay for another public medical school...

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    Letter: Poor military strategy

    As I consider President Obama's ISIS speech to the nation, I found it to be a political speech and not a military solution. If the mission is to destroy ISIS, the question we should all be asking is, "Why?" If it's a matter of national security, the president's solution makes little sense.

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