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Monday, January 18, 2021
 
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  • Deniers would overrule Constitution
    To the editor: I am responding to a Jan. 5 letter to the editor in The Commercial Review. The author defends U.S. Rep. Jim Banks for joining the amicus brief for the election lawsuit filed by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. I challenge the author on multiple counts.
  • Wound ripped in democracy’s soul
    To the editor: The events in our nation’s Capitol building on Jan. 6 are thoroughly appalling and disgusting by any stretch of the imagination.
  • Glen Priest was a cherished friend
    To the editor: Jack Ronald’s Dec. 30 tribute to friends lost in 2020 stirred strong emotions.
  • Reader believes election was stolen
    To the editor: I find it sad that Jack Ronald would criticize our congressman Jim Banks for the crime of defending the Constitution and the rule of law.
  • United Way thankful for volunteers
    To the editor: The United Way of Jay County has partnered with Second Harvest Food Bank for many years to provide free food to our community almost once a month.
  • To the editor: I respectfully request that Congress pass the Recognizing the Protection of Motorsports Act, H.R. 5434/S. 2602, in 2020.
  • Rep is here to stay
    It is no surprise to many of us in the 3rd Congressional District that another looney attack on Representative Banks should occupy lots of column inches in the left-wing raging rag called the Journal Gazette. They hate the guy, too.
  • Judgment of Banks was diplomatic
    To the editor: This letter is to give a concurrent opinion in regard to Jack Ronald’s editorial on Dec. 15. Jack was very diplomatic in his assessment of the actions of Rep. Jim Banks. I will be less so. It was, in a word, stupid.
  • We were lucky to have Millspaugh
    To the editor: This is a tough one. We were prepared for this result but it’s difficult to read it in print.
  • There’s a lot to miss this Christmas
    To the editor: Things I miss this Christmas.
  • ‘Tis the season to quit tobacco
    To the editor: It’s the most wonderful time of the year — quit season.
  • Pray, but also take precautions
    To the editor: I support and sympathize with Dreama Nichols admonishing to pray.
  • Arts Place says thanks for auction
    To the editor: The year 2020 has definitely been an interesting year which has pushed many of us to rethink the way we normally do things in order to make them happen. Arts Place is no exception.
  • Thank you for supporting dinner
    To the editor: The Thanksgiving dinner for the community was just amazing.
  • To combat virus, let’s try prayer
    To the editor: As we go through our days with so many people sick and dying from coronavirus, hoping that there will soon be a vaccine ready to combat this virus, why are we trusting only in drugs?
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The Commercial Review, Jay County's Daily Newspaper
P.O. Box 1049 Portland, IN 47371