Risks

Without a question, some people would prefer to do exactly what they already do well while others may consider the opposite point of views, and take some risks trying new things. As far as I am concern, I prefer to do what I already do well. At my adult age, I experienced different things along…

Agricultural Advancements

In the letter to the editor above, the writer claims that the technological advancements in agriculture are overrated and should not be credit with having bettered our lives. He makes this claim on the basis that that the demand for food does not rise in proportion with real income and therefore consumers can naturally expect…

Law Making

In the letter to the editor, the writer expresses his concern that local lawmakers are wasting precious time and resources enacting laws that only prevent petty crimes such as motorists picking fruits off of trees and trampling through the fields while there are more serious crimes plaguing the nation’s cities. At first glance, this argument…

Reduce traffic jams

The letter is to give a solution to reduce the traffic jams especially in rush hours on Blue Highway between two mentioned villages. I personally believe that, it is not logically to add a bicycle lane near the highway and this could not able to solve the traffic problem. The author should provide a wide…

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In a letter to the editor of a local newspaper it is claimed that fifteen year old’s in most places are not eligible for driving license while people who are far older can retain their license by renewing it. The author gives 3 justifications to prove his claim. Although at a first glance it appears…

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Merely based on groundless assumptions and doubtful evidence, the author of this editorial recommends that the city should plant artificial plants in the decorative pots on main street in order to reduce spending. To support his opinion, the arguer cites the evidence that last year the city planted various flowers in the pots, but many…