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Letters to the editor, August 19
The average corporate tax rate for G-7 countries (Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the United Kingdom) is 21 percent.
Letters to the editor, August 17
Letters to the editor, August 16
Letters to the editor, August 18
Michael Burgess and the Denton County GOP to provide a position statement on Trump's statements equating neo-Nazi, white nationalists and those who opposed them?
Letters to the editor, August 15
He leaned over and asked me (it really was just more a statement) "Why don't they investigate Hillary's emails?
Letters to the editor, August 11
Ferring's first-hand experiences, garnered over an extended number of years of living and working among the citizens of Georgia, is far more credible and poignant than most accounts we hear from career politicians whose experiences are primarily limited to short-term, highly orchestrated junkets.
Letters to the editor, August 5
A second AP article was available and said U. S. economic gains are steady but subpar: "Despite its longevity, this expansion has delivered subpar gains in its pace of growth, full-time hiring and pay increases since it emerged from the wreckage of the Great Recession in June 2009.
Letters to the editor, Aug. 6
Intrusive and inappropriate government regulation gives all government regulation a bad name. The recent necessity by the city of Austin to remove all Ford Explorers from its police department (400 of them) points up the wisdom and necessity of good government oversight.