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Friday, November 28, 2014

Jeff Justis

Letters to the Editor

Dr. Ward D. Harder writes to complement Oxford and Ole Miss on its hospitality last weekend and to warn about a ticket scammer, Jeff Justis writes to take issue with a recent Jimmy Reed column and ask who’s to blame, and Paul A. Callens writes to urge all to learn more about mental illnesses and mental health during Mental Illness Awareness Week. (October 8, 2014, Page 4A)

Letters to the Editor

Jeff Justis writes to say that a recent letter by Jack Dunbar should be required reading for all concerning Obamacare and the cost of health care. (October 16, 2013, Page 4)

Letters to the Editor

Jeff Justis expresses his concern abut some of the proposals introduced in the state Legislature as well as other issues, and writes that he’s glad to see similar views expressed by other letter-writers. (February 27, 2013, Page 4)

Letters to the Editor

Jeff Justis writes to urge people to consider the cost of financial debt against the cost of moral debt, while the More Than A Meal board writes to thank those who helped the organization meet its October challenges. (November 6, 2012, Page 4)

Letters to the Editor

Wilbur Lee Todd writes to say that we need to appreciate and practice the disappearing art of writing letters, while Jeff Justis takes issue with a recent Jimmy Reed column and the values “Real Americans” have. (July 17, 2012, Page 4)

Letters to the Editor

Jeff Justis writes about the Republican candidates for president and how some of their stances and those of the GOP create a paradox. (March 12, 2012, Page 4A)

Letters to the Editor

Jeff Justis writes to express his agreement with Melanie Addington’s recent column assessing the personhood initiative. (August 3, 2011, Page 4)

Letters to the Editor

Members of the Lafayette County DFCS write to thank those contributors who helped make Christmas Wish 2010 a big success, while Jeff Justis writes to question the meaning of a recent column by Jimmy Reed. (January 18, 2011, Page 4)

Letters to the Editor

Jeff Justis writes to say that all Americans are still Americans regardless of their viewpoint, and points out that rhetoric in commentary and conversation can incite passions that put our country at risk. (June 30, 2010, Page 4)

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