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Letters to the editor

The real villains and cowards of warfare

Depending upon one’s political inclinations, the main character in the movie “American Sniper” is either a hero or a villain; however, I think the most … Full story    
Updated yesterday

The problem with government today

HOOK: Less government is good government. LINE: The public is influenced into believing that the government is a conspiracy against personal liberty. SINKER: Once that … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

Nashua police chief set a good example

One thing left out of the wonderful story about this year’s Martin Luther King Day breakfast sponsored by the Southern New Hampshire Outreach for Black … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

Representatives need to remember who elected them

Three cheers for Art Faint of Milford and JoAnne St. John of Nashua for bringing up the fact that our state representatives should represent the … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

This is in response to Mary Carr’s letter in The Telegraph (“Could this explain falling math scores?,” Jan. 21). Will everyone who has done in … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

Uber targeted by city for wrong reasons

I found that Monday’s article regarding why Uber can’t operate in Nashua did not illustrate the whole picture. I agree that it would be much … Full story    
Published:  January 24, 2015

Assessing the blame for downtown closings

I’m a little tired of hearing recently shuttered downtown businesses blaming their closing on everything but themselves. I shop downtown regularly and eat downtown regularly … Full story    
Published:  January 24, 2015

Be proud of Nashua’s social conscience

The Jan. 21 edition of The Telegraph contained an interesting juxtaposition: an editorial extolling the virtues of the Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter, literally right … Full story    
Published:  January 24, 2015

Blames mayor for downtown failures

This is in response to the article regarding the closing of the upscale restaurant Unums; wherein, we were all reminded of the closures of many … Full story    
Published:  January 24, 2015

Doesn’t feel safe in downtown Nashua

This week you published information on a few more businesses closing in downtown Nashua. I’d have to vehemently agree with the remark that downtown is … Full story    
Published:  January 24, 2015

Restricting speech is a dangerous road

Thank you, Leonard Pitts, for your article and stance speaking out against the pope to curb freedom of speech. Anytime anyone puts restrictions on what … Full story    
Published:  January 24, 2015

RGGI rollback would hurt state’s residents

One terrible bill being presented at this time in Concord is a regressive and irresponsible bill designed to repeal New Hampshire’s participation in the nine-state … Full story    
Published:  January 24, 2015

Pope got it right, columnist was wrong

In reference to Leonard Pitts viewpoint (“Pope wrong on speech limits, Jan. 20), it is he, not Pope Francis, who could “not be more wrong.” … Full story    
Published:  January 23, 2015

Amherst is no place for a natural-gas pipeline

Amherst is waking up to the real possibility of a high-pressure natural gas pipeline in town, many are wondering how this has happened, and what … Full story    
Published:  January 21, 2015

Criticism of Patriots is about sour grapes

Now that the Pats are going to the Super Bowl, the soup grapes come out again. They say the Pats used underinflated balls. I have … Full story    
Published:  January 21, 2015

Nashua reps support O’Brien

It is quite clear to nearly everyone in the voting public that former Speaker Bill O’Brien represented just about everything wrong with politics and politicians … Full story    
Published:  January 21, 2015

Utility’s monthly mailings a waste of money

I have come to resent what seems to be a waste of money by our gas company. Each month I receive a letter telling me … Full story    
Published:  January 20, 2015

Possible reasons for falling math scores

I may have some answers as to why scores have dropped over the past 5 to 10 years: n Many of our city’s more able … Full story    
Published:  January 20, 2015

Sign theft an affront to free speech

I oppose the Northeast Energy Direct project. The evidence against this project is so overwhelming that I find it hard to understand how any thinking … Full story    
Published:  January 19, 2015

Article V convention would restore balance

HCR 1 is a resolution that calls for rescinding all requests by the New Hampshire Legislature to join with other state legislatures to form a … Full story    
Published:  January 19, 2015

Ayotte town hall meeting was great

Sen. Kelly Ayotte did another great town hall meeting in Goffstown on Friday, keeping her points to the point and clearly understandable. It would be … Full story    
Published:  January 19, 2015