Letters to the Editor
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To the Editor: My lawyer asked me this question back in 2015, “Why do I like Trump?” I supported Donald Trump since the day he came down the escalator. I knew he was a winner. I knew all … more
The word ‘spying’ angers Democrats To the editor: Attorney General William Barr testified Wednesday [May 1] in front of the Senate Judicial Committee on special counsel Robert Muller’s … more
To the editor: North Carolina wept on Holy Week leading up to Easter as Gov. Roy Cooper used his veto power to exercise his radical left agenda protecting infanticide for the powerless. With … more
To the editor: I like sweet milk, chocolate milk. I like ice cream, ice cream sundries, ice cream sandwiches and milkshakes. I like cake, pie, candy, pudding, buttermilk biscuits and loaf … more
To the editor: Fellows you can’t make a woman love you so why even try. If she wants to leave be man enough to say goodbye. Telling her if I can’t have you nobody can shows that you are one … more
To the editor: First, let me start of by saying this, I am an avid hunter and truly believe that providing for your family is important through traditions of hunting. Also, I do not have an issue … more
To the editor: Betty, Deana and I wanted to extend our appreciation and gratitude to Dr. Sam Gregory, a superlative dentist who has served us almost 40 years. As Dr. Gregory winds down his … more
To the editor: Recently, I was invited to sit in at a meeting of concerned parents in Harnett County. The meeting was hosted by Brandy Brown, executive director of 1 Voice Inc., and was attended … more
To the editor: As an impacted landowner from the Atlantic Coast Pipeline I have just a few questions for Duke Energy. You say that your pipeline will bring industrial development to parts of … more
To the editor: My mom subscribes to your paper and shares each paper with me. I was born in Erwin in 1958, then moved to Wilmington in 1984 due to a job opportunity. Love The Daily Record. Keep up … more
To the editor: I am writing to express concern over the suggested movement of the Silent Sam statue to Harnett County. The Confederates were nothing more than domestic terrorists who took up … more
To the editor: It is abundantly clear that our freshman N.C. Sen. Jim Burgin has so soon lost touch with the people of Harnett. Perhaps the drive from Harnett to the North Carolina General … more
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