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I would like to praise Bloomington's parks and recreation department for the outstanding job they do maintaining the wide range of f…

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As a veteran of the Korean War, the forgotten war, I am writing to voice my opinion on heroes. Every day on the news we hear about t…

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I was pleased to read the May 24 editorial supporting the independent map amendment proposal on November’s ballot. The amendment wou…

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Before he was elected, U.S. Sen. Barack Obama said he wanted to fundamentally change America. I didn't vote for him and I campaigned…

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Sudanese security forces have used sexual violence and intimidation to silence women’s rights defenders around Sudan. These defender…

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The 900 block of East Locust Street needs some TLC. Many yards aren’t mowed regularly, especially rentals. Weeds are bad in the park…

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Demographics and politics are strange bedfellows. The New York Times reported on May 21, that in the 1960s, 20 percent of Americans …

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I wonder if Jim Snow (“Media misses why people like Trump,” May 14), aside from making a decent point, is aware of the irony of cast…

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Patient groups across Illinois, including the Arthritis Foundation, laud the leadership of Sen. Bill Haine and Sen. Bill Brady in he…

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Although I admire the extraordinary transformation of uptown Normal, a story in the May 19 Pantagraph leaves me questioning whether …

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Two Purple Martin houses were recently tipped over at White Oak Park. Maybe if the vandals knew that each of the the houses hold 12 …

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We’ve all heard of King Tut. Seated on his lofty throne in Trump Tower overlooking New York, King Trump looks down on the city as he…

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Pope Francis says worshipping the god of money is causing many problems, but some pundits and politicians say a religious leader who…

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Instead of wasting time and resources forcing law abiding citizens, under threat of blackmail by withholding of federal funds, to ac…

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In 1956, on returning to Europe some 10 years after Victory in Europe Day, I took a bus trip from Paris to Copenhagen. The Danish co…

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I believe the gun issue is misunderstood. I lived on the farm for 65 years. It wasn’t uncommon for farmers or city people to own a .…

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Kathleen Parker’s recent description of Donald Trump’s supporters being an “angry mob” and a “proud army of anti-intellectual patrio…

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Anyone who has seen crime and violence up close like I have will tell you that we should do whatever we can to prevent that pain and…

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There is no argument that the nuclear power plants in Illinois provide more than electricity. There are thousands of jobs because of…

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I am glad that the Connect Transit board of directors decided to postpone its decisions on route changes. This provides Connect admi…

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I read the May 8 letter to the editor about bullying written by Gretta Barclay. While it is a sham that one of the presidential cand…

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Today's political landscape can only be described as an aberration of horrific proportions. Had the Republican senators and represen…

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Regarding the April 29 letter about gender neutral clothing, you do see sections labeled men, women and children because that’s what…

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Memorial Day is fast approaching and some politicians will be wrapping themselves in the American flag telling us citizens how they …

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As an American citizen the right to feel secure in one’s home is a basic right. As a citizen, my home cannot be searched without a w…

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Thanks to The Pantagraph for citing the bravery of sexual abuse victims who come forward, even years later, to report their abuse; t…

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Are you OK with your children and grandchildren being bullied on the street, over the Internet or at school? This country is in seri…

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The issue of an Illinois graduated income tax is being debated again. An article of the state Constitution needs to be amended to al…

State Farm just implemented a paid time off bank, replacing our vacation time, three days of annual personal time, sick leave and do…

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I read the recent Pantagraph story about the manager at Shoppes at College Hills, Jason McKee, and his cruelty to the nesting goose …

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