I never thought that I would live long enough to see a president worse than Lyndon Johnson.
Reader disputes claim about gun availability and higher violent crime rates.
Each year, Farm and Dairy sponsors the 4-H creative writing competition at the Ohio State Fair. We are proud to lend a hand to some of the state’s talented youth. The following letters are from some of this year’s 4-H project participants.
Writer calls bankers, analysts, brokers and money managers “parasitic terrorists.”
McDonald’s deserves praise for its new ban on antibiotic use in meat supplies.
Reader says the issue of industrial agriculture is too serious to be confused with our acceptance of immigrants.
Reader questions whether the community benefits from the large farm facilities over the long run.
Mega dairies cannot exist without cheap labor and the exploitation of the environment.
Article doesn’t portray the real world of farm labor: You try paying high wages on a farmer’s income.
Teaming up with powerful people is not how agriculture should conduct its business.
Dairy farmers need to work together to increase milk checks.
The American majority turns a deaf ear to assaults on morality.
Readers comment on the topic of a recent Tontimonia column.
Reader believes the Bush administration is a wolf in sheep’s clothing once you look beyond the rhetoric.
Reader discusses his positive experiences with firearms.
Country-of-origin labeling isn’t all bad: U.S. farmers deserve to get the credit for the quality food they produce.
Reader says articles need to stop simply pointing fingers at the deer farmers, and instead, talk about the background.
Reader says people who think Bush is doing the right thing is well over the 54 percent quoted in an article.
Reader wonders why school district is emphasizing locker rooms, not classrooms, in latest construction round.