Sally Burrell

Editor’s note: The correspondent wrote this in response to Angelo Lynn’s Dec. 26 editorial asking readers to share their hopes for the new year. My hope is that leadership and legislators in both D.C. and Montpelier recognize that we actually do have the ability to care for the planet and to face and heal our oppression and racism to create a culture of health and justice for all. It will take all of us participating and strong leadership. The accumulation of wealth in our country is mainly due to using the Earth and people as resources with low or no payment. Therefore, I’d like to see the...
A letter by Dan Monger in Jan. 2nd’s edition pointed out that the U.S. Congress is not doing its job of writing enough laws and that the reason is because of in-depth investigation of the president. My feeling is that honest, stable leadership must be our first priority and I’m grateful for those who pursued impeachment. Our legislators realized that diplomacy and national security was at stake. Indeed our U.S. standing as an ally and collaborator has seriously eroded under our commander’s self interests. We need to regain trust at home and around the world by coming together for a wise and...

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