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Obama wasn't treated well by some media either

To The Herald-Whig: I just read William Mussetter's letter (April 25) with interest. He apparently has a very short and very selective memory. I didn't see Lawrence O'Donnell's program, but I'm sure it was at least as factually based as what the Fox News

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Fictional spin on rocket attack in Syria shows MSNBC bias

To The Herald-Whig: The liberal left wing media has lost its collective mind. Evidence of this was displayed to the world by MSNBC talking head Lawrence O'Donnell on his show aired Friday, April 7. O'Donnell opened his show with a rant. He presented a fic

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80th birthday was unforgettable

Family, friends and neighbors made my 80th birthday one to remember.

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Thanks to good Samaritans for their help

I want to say thank you to all of the good Samaritans who came to help me at Moorman Park on Monday evening after I fell.

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Boosting Quincy tourism marketing budget pays off

To The Herald-Whig: This time of year people across the country and the world are making plans for summer travel, and it is essential that Illinois destinations and attractions, like those here in Quincy, remain top of mind. We continue to increase our to

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Earth Day a good time to reconsider our diets

To The Herald-Whig: As thousands across the United States get ready to protest environmental budget cuts, each of us can also help with our driving, our recycling and our diet. Yes, our diet. A 2010 United Nations report blames animal agriculture for 70 p

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Advance directives on health care are for everyone

To The Herald-Whig: Some people are natural born decision-makers. Others of us fret and sweat over the smallest choices in life. It seems when it comes to health care, most of us fit into the second category.

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Republicans derailed health care rewrite

To The Herald-Whig: In response to Mr. Mussetter's letter to the editor published April 4. The Democrats celebrated the American Health Care Act's defeat but they were not the party that was responsible for the president's health care defeat.

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Authorities turn blind eye to veterinarian's misdeeds

I'm writing in regards to the recent story regarding Dr. Kaiser. So much for justice in Quincy, where the powers that be turn a blind eye to these atrocities.

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Honor guard's service in rain appreciated by family

To The Herald-Whig: On April 3, we buried my uncle, Harvey Bergman, in Quincy. When we arrived at the cemetery, the honor guard was waiting, in the rain, standing at attention, saluting. It remained so until the processional had stopped, the casket was un