Letters to the Editor
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To The Editor: Hopefully, President Biden will make nuclear deals with Iran and North Korea.  However, it is equally to be hoped that he does not repeat the fatal flaw of the first Iran … more
To The Editor:I wanted to write and say how much I appreciated the "Commentary" piece by Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis on the "Fears of falling, yet staying active." This is such an important … more
To The Editor:Simply amazing.As I looked out my window this morning, I saw the trees clapping their leaves with joy. I heard the birds as they sang a beautiful song I can't name. I saw a beautiful, … more
To The Editor: Today, I lost my sister, Louise Boles Masingale. We weren't full sisters. We had different mothers. We have been friends for 75 years. We played together, wrestled and even … more
To The Editor:I am enclosing with this "Letter To The Editor" a copy of a news article about the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation's annual report. As you can see, it details the law … more
To The Editor:As I observe outcries about voter suppression, I learn that my civil rights are being violated. The requirements for voting are generally:1. Register in advance.2. Provide … more
To The Editor:There was a recent "Letter to the Editor" concerning Black History and I find it offensive.  I have served my country for 33 years in the military, voting at the ballot box, … more
To The Editor:In our current politically charged atmosphere, it’s rare that we agree on anything.  We can’t even decide on a common definition of terms that affect all of us. Words like … more
To The Editor:In my first-ever "Letter to the Editor," which was prior to the 2020 Presidential election, I stated that I hoped we — the voters — would consider the "what" and not the "who" as to … more
To The Editor:   The amount of heat-trapping emissions humans have spewed into our atmosphere since last Earth Day was 10% less than a typical year, a cause for celebration if not for one … more
To The Editor:   What if someone told you, “I am a Black man trapped in a White man’s body?"   We would quickly understand that this person has mental and spiritual … more
To The Editor:   On Feb. 28, the Banner published my letter suggesting that Cleveland’s Revitalization Plan has stalled. As a resident living downtown, I badly want revitalization to … more
To The Editor:   The politics of the last year have been, at least, very illuminating.   With Donald Trump’s term in the White House being brought to a close, high-ranking … more
To The Editor:  Do we really appreciate our first responders as much as we should? There are many times that appreciation is shown, but we — as citizens — probably need to be more aware … more
To The Editor:We can deny it, but we can’t escape it. They raised our children with love despite the whip and the hate. They fed our families and made us wealthy and prosperous as people and a … more
To The Editor: Let me begin with CNN, that bastion of truth. On Tuesday night, I watched as Don Lemon began his program by showing the events on Jan. 6, of Donald Trump's speech and the horrible … more
To The Editor:   By all visible appearances, the 2019 Revitalization Plan has stalled! While the Banner reported on Feb. 10 and Feb. 14 the city manager’s optimistic spin on … more
To The Editor:In late January, I attended a wonderful and informative summit that focused on rural healthcare and the importance of ensuring those who live in rural areas get the medical attention … more
To The Editor: It was heartwarming to read about Keisha Parks and Black history  in last Sunday's edition of the Cleveland Daily Banner.  I am a retired teacher from Atlanta. I have … more
To The Editor:Donald Trump, the businessman, created the strongest economy this country has ever seen.He's a problem-solver and a very strong leader. This country again needs his leadership [because … more
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