Marco Mura

To the editor: Over the past few years I could not help but notice how commercialized Christmas has become. It has become all about money and spending and maxing out ones credit cards, going into deeper and deeper in debt. All the big name stores are crowded with shoppers literally running each other over to get to one particular toy or items on sale. In the news yesterday I saw a women get trampled by a mob of people rushing into a store as the doors first opened up. She later had to ...

Jan Feuer

To the editor: Have you thought about having children in your life? Try foster parenting. There are children who need a stable, caring home. Can you help? Call your local Department of Health & Human Services' Division for Children, Youth & Families foster care worker at 1-800-972-6111. Jan Feuer 1-800-624-9700, ext. 789 NH DHHS, Division for Children, Youth & Families www.nhfapa.org www.dhhs.state.nh.us/DHHS/FOSTERCARE/default.htm E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ...

Laurier J. Dubey

To the editor: Many registered Republicans don't intend to vote for a U.S. Senator because they don't favor Mrs. Shaheen nor Little Johnny Sununo. I believe my fellow Republicans can vote with a clear conscience by writing in Bob Smith. This would also send a message to the higher echelon of the New Hampshire Republican Party that they're not little gods. As a registered Republican since 1967, I'm very disappointed of the recent attitude of the Republican Party, ...

James LaRocque

To the editor: I was reading Berlin Daily Sun add paid for by Shaheen for Senate. It says Shaheen knows how to mind the public purse strings. If she knows how to do that, then why did she allow the state to spend $50 million more then they have. The 500 million new business from trade sure did not land in Berlin. She has not done much in working to solve the education dilemma that we are in, she has had six years to do it and has come up empty handed. As far as the lowest state tax ...

Gary Newfield

To the editor: After listening to Governor Jeanne Shaheen and Congressman John E. Sununu fight to represent us in the US Senate I have discovered facts which I would like to share with people. Congressman Sununu has stated repeatedly that he is for a balanced energy policy, yet the reality is just the opposite! When one speaks of energy they are talking about oil, coal, gas and nuclear power as well as their alternative solar, wind and photovoltaic. Dirty, polluting power sources ...