Letters to the Editor

March 18, 2019

To the editor: While the nation continues to be torn apart politically and socially over the debate of the “Trump Wall” there are some facts that should be considered. To begin with, the “Trump Wall” will do nothing to stop the flow of illegal narcotics or human trafficking into the United ...

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To the editor: Colorectal cancer is the third leading cause of cancer death in both men and women in the United States. As America explores ways to maintain a healthy lifestyle we must take a sincere look into the prevention of colorectal cancer. As healthcare professionals, we believe it's time ...

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To the editor: An autocracy is a system of government in which supreme power is concentrated in the hands of one person, whose decisions are subject to neither external legal restraints nor regularized mechanisms of popular control. When the November, 2018 election was over nothing had ...

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To the editor: In this day of sky high college tuition, tough competition and increased expectations of extra-curriclar activities on the part of high school students wanting to attend secondary education, Reserve Officers Training School, or ROTC, can be a great path forward. There are many ...

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To the editor: The title of TAPinto’s recent article about Flemington Borough Council’s new rules for public comment is more than clever. It is an indictment of the very troubling trend in Hunterdon County toward “Three-Minute Democracy.” Flemington Mayor Besty Driver has further curtailed ...

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To the editor: The elections in Raritan Township are over and we have a new Mayor and Deputy Mayor. However, it is status quo, just the old book with a different cover. During the elections the Road Department was out fixing roads which in Raritan Township are badly in need of repair. They ...

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To the editor: It was reported on the same day as President Donald Trump's televised Oval Office address – in which he stoked racial resentment of immigrants, using fear as a motivator to rally support for the construction of a $5.7 billion "wall" along the U.S.-Mexico border – that presidential ...

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To the editor: Regarding Pulte’s new Hunterdon Creekside “affordable” housing development in Raritan Township, it seems there are 12 affordable units for sale in just the “first building.” How many buildings and units in total have been approved for this project? How many total affordable units ...

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To the editor: As a longtime resident of Flemington and the surrounding area, it’s hard to not be nostalgic when walking down Main Street. And it’s hard not to resent change. Yet, the Union Hotel redevelopment project isn’t stripping away our heart, but rather giving it the proper resuscitation ...

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