Mailbag

As a mother, I know the urgency to protect our kids and communities from those seeking to inflict harm. As a lawmaker, I’m leading efforts to keep our communities safe from violence by cracking down on those seeking to exploit women and children through human trafficking. The laws we pass ar…

Come to the open house at Sunset Hills Community Center on Tuesday, Aug. 20, 6 to 8 p.m., and voice your opposition to the alignment of the Shared Use trail on the Meramec River’s east side that includes a spur to nowhere. It has no purpose except to connect to a proposed plan to build a tra…

Dwight Bitikofer, thank you for stepping into the subjects of racism and white privilege in your column “Of Privilege, Echoes And Blind Spots” (WKT, Aug. 2 issue). This is definitely a topic that gets us white folks uncomfortable. And I know it’s vitally necessary that I learn to look at mys…

The validity of the presidential election in November 2020 should be of great concern for every American. The Mueller Report findings were conclusive with respect to Russian meddling in the 2016 election; that their interference benefited then candidate Donald Trump, and said meddling is on-going.

Sunset Hills residents have been blind-sided, and lulled into a false sense of security, by the city of Sunset Hills’ vague references about a “rugby field” lease within the new Bander Park’s 100-plus acres, formerly Sunset Hills Golf Course.

A century ago women were working to achieve equality in voting. Untrue statements about the fitness of women to make voting decisions were shared. Unfounded fears that women’s suffrage would lead to the disintegration of American institutions were used to dissuade men from ratifying the 19th…

On June 23 we were privileged to watch two experienced warriors do battle at Busch stadium. Two experienced warriors on opposite teams who truly love each other but would fight to the end to win. Does baseball or any other sport get better than that. Thank you so much Yadi and Albert for the…

As a 30-plus year resident of Fenton, I am embarrassed at the pettiness of some of our elected officials with regard to the ongoing stalemate over filling an empty aldermanic seat. I freely admit I am not well versed in the statutes, regulations, etc., which do or do not apply. It does seem …

I read the Times and Letters to the Editor most every week. I have been following the ongoing debate about the Electoral College and abolishing it. I have noticed that the people who wish to abolish the college keep referencing our country as a democracy. It has been repeatedly pointed out t…