Most Democrats and Republicans-in-name-only don't seem to care about our country. They have become totally corrupted by the power of politics.
"Palestinians" living in Israel enjoy a higher standard of living, but cannot openly say so or they would be signing their own death warrants.
Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck never have advocated killing any public figures. However, Chris Matthews and Ed Schultz from MSNBC have mused over the possible deaths of Limbaugh or Dick Cheney.
...religious duty). Wehr's dictionary has been and continues to be used throughout the Mideast by Arabic "mutarjeem" (interpreters/translators) because of its adherence to various nuances of the Arabic language. Roger Eden, Grovetown, Ga.
...Mutarjimeen/interpreters and translators and is highly valued for its correctness and faithfulness to the nuances of the Arabic language. I wish I could say the same for Yusuf Ali's translation of the Koran. Roger Eden, Grovetown, Ga.
In response to Roger Eden's Nov. 14 letter, I ask him not to live in the past. He concluded that the "Islamic nations there do not want peace." I...
...of current technology. This can only be attributed to the divine intelligence of Jehovah God, not to random chance. Roger Eden, Grovetown As far as Columbus was concerned, the words, "circle of the Earth" were asliteral as could be and definitely...
...Nothing wrong with mothers, but a man can take care of his kids just as good as a lady. APPARENTLY LETTER writer Roger Eden seems to be a better student of the Quran than the King James version of the Bible. Incest, murder, war, rape. And...
...for good in Iraq and Afghanistan. Mr. Cook, being a man of the cloth, should be well aware of this, in spite of the mainstream media's reluctance to report the positive results achieved in Iraq and Afghanistan. Roger Eden, Grovetown
...ancestral genealogy. The theory of evolution and a literal belief in the Bible are incompatible. God created mankind as free moral agents. We can believe what we want but, as for me and my family, we will serve the Lord. Roger Eden, Grovetown