Ray Taft

The partial government shutdown, which goes unnoticed by most people, is all about The Wall. Democrats could end it by just agreeing to negotiate about building The Wall. It is clearly apparent that Pres. Trump is a negotiator.

It is crystal clear that we need The Wall. Democrats who …

So the city council booted the Artist Boat out of a neighborhood because of zoning. Neighbors complained that nonresidential activities do not belong in a residential area. City council agreed and booted them out, but Artist Boat decides they do not have to leave.

The heck with city c…

Democrats now oppose The Wall because they want to stop President Trump from getting it done. It’s all political and nothing else. Every reason opposing The Wall is a lame excuse to stop The Wall from getting built.

Trump intends to keep his promises and that is what he has been doin…

‘More than 137,000 people illegally crossed the border...’ That number and the vast number of Americans who pay for and contend with those illegals far outweighs the maybe 20 or so people who actually showed up to protest.

Build The Wall despite the delaying antics from Democrats and …

Lopez, a senior fellow at the National Review Institute, wants us to feel sorry for criminals and to dismiss their crimes as excusable.

I had a boss who experienced an abusive home life. He did not murder anyone. Instead, he left home and made a life for himself. Earned two college d…

You wrote: “The corps also is accepting written comments about the barrier by mail or email through Jan. 9.”

But then you neglect to provide the information for submitting comments. Odd to leave that out since The Daily News is urging citizens to comment. I think it should have been in…

Do not get your hopes up that Bush will see to it that the barrier is build where citizens want it and not where the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers wants it.

Here is his quote in the article: “I support locating the barrier on or along the beach, however, data and engineering studies mu…

So one day it the not too distant future, the government comes knocking on your door and tells you, ‘Hello, we’re from the government and we’re here to help someone else because we need your property!’

Because according to the present plan, families who struggled to restore their homes…

Will the port install more warning signs that the streets around the port may flood?

Will the cruise line warn it’s passengers that they may have to wade out to their ship or that their parked vehicle might get flooded in the event of a storm?

It’s not a leadership problem. It’s a government-employee problem brought to us by a politicized media.

County employees are not serving the public with their cavalier attitude about doing their jobs. Apparently, doing the minimum to get through the day is the norm for county workers.…