Letters To The Editor

Frey would be dedicated to limited government   To the editor:   Is history repeating itself? Try modernizing Thomas Paine’s Common Sense. “I have heard it asserted by some, that as America has flourished under her former connection with Great Britain dependence on the government … Nothing can be more fallacious than this kind of [...]

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Frey would keep the government accountable   To the editor:   What is our role in government? I take it as a high privilege to be involved in local politics in the Republican Party. It is not hard to find people who are ready to provide their ideas for the future of Minnesota, without regard [...]

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Nash’s experience shows quality leadership abilities   To the editor:   How do you measure a candidate? A candidate for political office should possess at least two qualities. First, the individual must have a set of solid well based core beliefs that transmit themselves all the way up to a consistent and balanced public policy. [...]

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Celebrate, remember and fight back at the Relay   To the editor:   Relay For Life of Waconia is more than just a fundraiser, it is more than the just the chance to stay up all night, it is more than just fun activities, DJs and bands playing all night, and it is more than [...]

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Frey’s history suggests he would serve public well    To the editor:   The first time I experienced the pleasure of witnessing the delightful and impressive “Frey Parade” was at a recent convention, where a long line of young Freys continued on and on, from tiny tots on up, following their patriarch down the aisle and [...]

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Think about taking part in the Relay For Life   To the editor:   I swear it’s true — summer is on the horizon! Our community is just three months out from the Relay For Life Waconia. Last year, my son Tate was recognized as the Honorary Survivor, and what an honor it was. It [...]

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