Regarding “Trump sides with Putin over blame for election meddling” (July 17): It’s truly amazing that a POTUS would discredit his own federal government when in fact he would never be able to pass a security clearance himself.
If Sara Huckabee Sanders believes she has been discriminated against for being asked to leave a restaurant, she can do what all U.S. citizens can do – file a claim with the Civil Rights Division of the Justice Department.
“Leadership fails JAGs on border cases” (June 27) warns against assigning military lawyers to prosecute those who illegally enter the U.S., fearing that the 21 JAG officers are entering “a political firestorm.”
Regarding “NC Republicans upset over GOP high court candidate” (July 6): The most sacred right in American politics is the ability to choose our elected officials at the ballot box. Throughout American history, people and organizations have fought both for this right and against it on all levels of politics.
In “SNAP work rules could cause spike in deep poverty” (July 9), Robert Doar of the American Enterprise Institute says that work requirements for nutritional assistance could lead to less deep poverty. But the work requirements are about reducing SNAP funding, not reducing poverty.
“GOP lawmakers reject 4 Cooper nominees” (July 1) reported our General Assembly rejected four of Gov. Cooper’s nominees, including two for appointment to the State Board of Education pending since May 2, 2017. I am one of those two nominees.
NC State football players participated in a Lift for Life event at the Close-King Indoor Practice Facility Wednesday, July 18, 2018. Players participated in drills and raised funds for Uplifting Athletes. To donate, go to: https://bit.ly/2L7zq8I