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Letters

  • OWS: They’re thugs

    To the editor:
    When will the print and alphabet TV media wake up to what the Occupy Wall Street types really stand for and expose their actions? The media continues to push the progressive propaganda these thugs are simply voicing their opinion. The media calls it a time-honored principle of the United States, while grassroots people were branded terrorists and racists.

  • Commissioner says she was misrepresented

    To the editor:
    Twice recently, news articles in the Beacon have seriously misrepresented my work as a commissioner.

  • Loved story about veteran’s wedding

    To the editor:
    The pictures and article regarding Jake and Manisha Henthorn’s wedding on Ocean Isle were a treat.
    With increasing negativity about, it was truly refreshing and definitely worth a front-page placement. When so many now are asking what can my country do for me (see worthless Occupy Whatever idiots), this couple is forging their life while giving to others through their service and dedication.

  • It’s all about fiscal responsibility

    To the editor:
    Sixty percent of taxpayers supported my positions that were illustrated in the Taxpayers’ Digest, which was mailed to all voters. Taxpayers have mandated fiscal constraint, citizen participation and totally open government.

  • Evolution requires faith

    To the editor:
    Evolutionists believe evolution is a proven scientific fact. As such, it alone should be taught in our schools to the exclusion of creationism. The truth is evolution requires faith to be believed. Most evolutionists believe in a big bang about 18.5 billion years ago. This cannot be scientifically proven, and the belief in the presence of material to explode, appearing out of nothingness, is the kind of faith-based thinking that, they say, discredits creationism.

  • Thanks for returning pocketbook

    To the editor:
    I would like to thank the gentleman who found my pocketbook in a Dollar General shopping cart in Shallotte on Tuesday, Nov. 8, and returned it to the clerk at the store. I am so grateful for your honesty. This could have been a disaster for me.
    Again, thank you so much. May God bless you.
    Fran Russell
    Shallotte Point
     

  • Great annual report

    To the editor:
    (Forwarded to Mayor Klein and all council members)
    We are writing to thank you for a great annual report. This is a great idea, and we look forward to receiving them on a regular basis.

  • What type of mayor will Cerrato be?

    To the editor:
    We have a new mayor in Sunset Beach. I wonder what kind of relationship mayor-elect Richard Cerrato will have with fellow elected officials and town staff. Cerrato is the same person who, for years, unjustly criticized town officials and staff. Cerrato has strongly suggested they are guilty of malfeasance and corruption, often making up or distorting his “facts,” telling half truths and outright lies.

  • More people should have voted

    To the editor:
    The town of Carolina Shores’ election is over. About 800 people voted, and I am assuming the majority of voters represented the Concerned Citizens group.
    We had a very reputable, knowledgeable person, Tom Puls, who ran against Goodenough. Tom had absolutely no chance to win the election as mayor for the town of Carolina Shores because he is not a member of the Concerned Citizens group.

  • Horrible Election Day turnout

    To the editor:
    On Election Day morning, I simply had to shake my head in amazement and disbelief. Neither had anything to do with who would or wouldn’t win. It had everything to do with this local election’s pitiful turnout. To those who chose not to vote, here’s a few suggestion for you in the coming two years:
    1. Do not complain about the conditions of roads.
    2. Do not complain about the recycling center.
    3. Do not complain about high grass and weeds.
    4. Do not complain about town government.