Letters to the Editor

Increasing the lessons

It is back-to-school time all over the nation. It is also the serious beginning of the campaign for President of the United States.

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The breadth of Seth

Dear Supporter, I would like to say thank you for your support. Many of you are long-time, close friends and family, and I sincerely appreciate you always standing by me.

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Preparing for the presidency

I have always been a huge fan of “Napoleon Dynamite,” especially the section of the film that deals with electing the title character’s high school class president.

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Hopeful for Hillary

If you are planning to vote in the general election in November, it is time for a serious evaluation of the candidates before entering the voting booth. May I offer a few suggestions?

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Zika prevention

The Philadelphia Department of Public Health is launching a public information campaign this week to advise residents on efforts they can take to prevent mosquito problems in Philadelphia.

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Robust resolve

Thank you for your insightful and sobering article on those touched by the scourge of suicide (“Broken yet bonded,” Aug. 4).

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Still delivering the news

One day in the near future, it might even be today, someone will randomly ask: How many years was the South Philly Review at 12th and Porter streets?

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The asphalt jungle

I was recently thinking about the many letters that I have written to the South Philly Review and reflected on my first, “Melting The Summer Spirit” July 2012, never dreaming it would be printed.

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Here comes the fun

With this evening’s affairs capping the Democratic National Convention, we will quickly find ourselves inundated with even more means from Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton to secure our votes.

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Bern marks

Bernie Sanders was a brief light at the end of the a tunnel.

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