Glenn Jacobs

Eagar, Arizona
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Letter to the editor: States’ rights

    

As I understand it, big corporations need chief executive officers (presidents). They do not choose up sides and divide into parties and campaign for the office. They do not have everyone (from the elevator operator on up) vote for the new CEO. Corporations choose a hiring committee which can take the time for a careful […]

Letter to the editor: Climate: usual suspects?

    

The current issue of the National Geographic has some interesting reading on the melting of the Antarctic ice. Regardless of the cause, it is melting by the cubic mile. In all the generations we have known about Antarctic ice, it is melting way faster than ever. The Geographic predicts that in seventy years, the melting […]

Letter to the editor: A gun is useless if you don’t have it

    

“Now there was no smith found in Israel: for the Philistines said, ‘Lest the Hebrews make them swords or spears. So it came to pass in the day of battle, that there was neither sword nor spear found in the hand of any of the people . . .’” (I Samuel 13:19, 22) See, the […]

Letter to the editor: Lord: My ‘silent plea’

    

Now I sit me down in school, Where praying is against the rule. For this great nation under God, Finds mention of Him very odd. If scripture now the class recites, It violates the Bill of Rights. And anytime my head I bow, Becomes a federal matter now. Hair can be purple, orange or green, […]

Letter to the editor: Advice from Napoleon?

    

Sometimes you can get a lot done by not doing anything at all. Not usually. It is said that General Napoleon told his generals on one occasion, “The enemy is maneuvering into an untenable position. Do not do anything to interfere with that.” It is said that General Patton had nearly surrounded the enemy. However, […]

Letter to the editor: Advice from Napoleon?

    

Sometimes you can get a lot done by not doing anything at all. Not usually. It is said that General Napoleon told his generals on one occasion, “The enemy is maneuvering into an untenable position. Do not do anything to interfere with that.” It is said that General Patton had nearly surrounded the enemy. However, […]

Letter to the editor: Advice from Napoleon?

    

Sometimes you can get a lot done by not doing anything at all. Not usually. It is said that General Napoleon told his generals on one occasion, “The enemy is maneuvering into an untenable position. Do not do anything to interfere with that.” It is said that General Patton had nearly surrounded the enemy. However, […]

Letter to the editor: Advice from Napoleon?

    

Sometimes you can get a lot done by not doing anything at all. Not usually. It is said that General Napoleon told his generals on one occasion, “The enemy is maneuvering into an untenable position. Do not do anything to interfere with that.” It is said that General Patton had nearly surrounded the enemy. However, […]

Letter to the editor: Eternal vigilance in a wicked world

    

All this came on an anonymous e-mail: Thieves took the registration from a long-term parked car and used the information to rob the owners’ house: They hauled off everything that could be sold. They knew the owners would be gone for days or even weeks. Football fans lost some items out of their car parked […]

Letter to the editor: ‘I used to be a regular white guy’

    

I used to think I was just a regular guy, but, I was born white, which now, whether I like it or not, makes me a racist. I am a fiscal and moral conservative, which today makes me a fascist. I am heterosexual, which according to gay folks, makes me a homophobe. I am non-union, […]