LETTER TO THE EDITOR: U.S. may be Norway to pulling the plug on FM
One must remember that FM signal represents the old analog signal and governments do not trust laymen. With a digital signal, a government can listen and track your behavioral pattern and every word you speak. Governments become angry when they eavesdrop on each other, but the common man, they can tolerate.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Hacking will lead to the downfall of free enterprise/capitalism
Now, we have Internet sites that provide personal data with nothing but a promise to never use the data in a “negative way,” like bad people care.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Did Savannah police shoot an unarmed suspect?
Family members say a man fatally shot by law enforcement in Savannah was patted down before being placed in a patrol car.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Will it take an injury to a well-known person to spark action?
It may take a wreck involving a high-profile individual before needed action is taken at a dangerous interection north of Albany on U.S. Highway 82.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Tybee Island takes conservative approach to beach wear
Tybee Island won’t give up its jurisdiction over its beaches.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Frustrated drivers are taking dangerous chances
The intersection of Hickory Grove, Oakland Parkway and U.S. Highway 82 is frustrating for motorists.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Being classified with a mental issue often results in lost contributions to society
Some can exhibit intelligence, but if they lie outside mainstream, they are shunned, outcast or isolated by society.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR; Demands for I.D. are remeniscent of Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union
The required documentation that a Georgia resident must present when renewing a driver’s license is ridiculous and more in line with what is required in a police state.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Ariel Sharon helped build Israeli Defense Force
After helping establish the Israeli Defense Force, Ariel Sharon created its weakest link — eviction of settlers from the West Bank.
Letter to the Editor: The Articles of Confederation was a first attempt to decentralize the national government
Under the Articles of Confederation, the national government was dependent upon states for its funding.