Letters to the Editor
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To The Editor:Suppose, for a moment, we are living in America in the year 1790 and we own a boot factory in a town that also has a shirt factory. The free market has determined the value of the two … more
To The Editor:I have thought and prayed long and hard about my decision to write my opinion about the things that are, and have been, going on in Cleveland and America, the Beautiful.I now feel my … more
To The Editor:“There is little difference between socialism and communism. Both control resources without private enterprise. In both, government has the first and last say on everything.” — … more
To The Editor:More good news!I just read in a black book that I'm reading (my Bible) on how to get rid of COVID-19.It's from II Chronicles 7:14. Please allow me to quote from it: "If my people which … more
To The Editor:In these times we're living in, there is a lot of disappointment and confusion. That said, it is a true blessing when you meet folks that are serious about God's Commandments.My … more
To The Editor:This is an open letter to the American public. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have urged the American people to protect themselves, their neighbors and their … more
To The Editor:I have read all the articles in the Cleveland Daily Banner about the statue on South Ocoee Street. For what it’s worth, here is another opinion.Those who want the statue moved should … more
To The Editor:Replace the soldier with a grieving mother and son. Put the soldier in the museum.— John Just Sr.Cleveland more
To The Editor: The recent debate in Cleveland regarding the appropriateness of the Confederate monument located at the intersection of North Ocoee and Broad streets has prompted my observations and … more
To The Editor:Who would want to destroy the Roman Colosseum? This structure is a great teacher of  of the past. We know that Christians were murdered there for the amusement of the  Romans. … more
To The Editor:When Cleveland decided to lease the city-owned golf course, were bids taken? I missed it?Who is leasing it and how much do they pay per month? Are they qualified to run a golf course? … more
To The Editor:All wars are horrible. Americans versus Americans was very bad. That's the Civil War. Family fought family. Friends fought friends. Union fought Confederate.Why couldn't both sides get … more
To The Editor:After the onset of COVID-19, New Life Community Kitchen has undergone some changes.With the need for social distancing, the serving of lunch to the homeless and low-income has been … more
  To The Editor:   Cleveland Daily Banner editors and staff, thank-you for the details on the mix of new COVID-19 cases.   Otherwise, we are "flying blind" out … more
To The Editor:As I crossed Ocoee and Broad streets the other night, I noticed a group of some 20 to 25 people standing around the statue. (I don’t know why, but I guess there’s a reason to meet … more
To The Editor:I am currently a resident at the North Cleveland Towers, 1200 Magnolia Avenue,  and will be affected by any abandonment of right of way next to us. Many of the senior residents … more
To The Editor:Given the history of Cleveland and Bradley County during the troubles of the 1860s, I’d suggest adding a statue ... that of a federal soldier. Although I am a "D___Yankee," … more
To The Editor:People who feel the need to go about with their posters in Black Lives Matter need to back up their posters in taking responsibility for the youth of the Black culture. They need to go … more
To The Editor:My name is Jane Lorraine Davis Villarreal and I will be 95 years old next month.I was born on South Ocoee Street. I've lived most of my life in Cleveland, except for when I married a … more
To The Editor:Let me first say that I love history, and I love Cleveland.I graduated from Lee University with a bachelor's of arts in history. I helped put on the cemetery tour (Fort Hill) three … more
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