Tahlequah Daily Press

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May 7, 2014

Tell truth about government

TAHLEQUAH — Editor, Daily Press:

I am so glad to get all that information! I don’t personally know your new publisher, but it’s just that I love anyone who is not afraid to tell the truth and take the flack that comes for telling it.

I had just received a letter from my missionary in Israel. He included a photo of someone on a cell phone and he and the congregation were running for the bomb shelter. He said when the enemy “rockets” Israel, no one reports it, but if they return fire, it’s all over the news, and that a lot of “old people” there in Jerusalem have gone through the “holocaust” and are the new old, struggling to survive. And if Keith Hansen did not report our government issues, we would not know. God bless Hansen. I plan to get the paper for all my family.

Ginny Copeland

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