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Tuesday, December 26, 2017

I think you boys ought to kick Mr. Rick Smiley’s butt out of the City Council. He should have never invited Mr. Shaik Fazailahmed, however you pronounce his name. This is America, and from what I hear our children can’t pray in school, but Muslims can.

These foreign people should not be involved in city business, and if they can’t speak English, they should not be here. I’d like to commend Mr. Barham and Mr. Harris. Keep up the good work.

One more thing, this person that was embarrassed by them in Monday’s Bless Your Heart ought to move back to Mr. Shaiks’ county and live. Maybe they would be happy. Every foreigner over here should be made to speak English.

If the people had people killed in the war, they would feel different. Go Trump.

Ervin Manning



Humans of Greenville


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July 22, 2018

I am a World War II veteran who fought to liberate Italy. We fought long and hard to protect freedom and Democracy. I lost several friends and some family members in that war, but we prevailed. In the 70 plus years since, Europe has experienced unprecedented peace and prosperity.

The European…

July 22, 2018

Collusion in Washington, D.C.? How about collusion right here in Greenville and Pitt County.

From recent decisions regarding zoning, it would appear that some of our city and county elected officials are acting in concert with some of the larger builders (one in particular) to build on land prone…

July 21, 2018

I don’t like or trust the current resident of the White House. I have serious qualms concerning the president of Russia. And I truly detest mass-murderer Netanyahu.

Who can we trust? I trust the governor of Ohio, John Kasich. He is a proven fiscal and social moderate. The people of Ohio…

July 21, 2018

Sunday, July 22, is an exciting day for those of us who have dedicated our lives to renewing the Catholic Church. It is the feast day of Mary Magdalene who for centuries, due to poor Biblical interpretation by Pope Gregory, was falsely labeled a prostitute. Jesus chose her to be the first witness…

July 20, 2018

Why would so many be amazed or surprised that Trump committed treason on Monday? He has done just that many times in the past, only in different ways. “There is no collusion.” What? He colluded with Putin right in front of us. Citizens continue to wonder if Trump and Putin/Russia have…

July 18, 2018

I thank The Reflector for Tom Campbell's piece in the July 7 edition, "Civic Clubs Offer Path to Community Pride."

Indeed they do. And I can speak from experience since I joined Kiwanis Club of Greenville eight years ago and have felt rewarded many fold. A woman I was courting and later married was…

July 17, 2018

I would like to thank you for the July 13th editorial, “Congress unwilling to address federal spending.” It accurately points out the dangerous fiscal path down which our country is headed.

As the editorial notes, within 10 years the federal government will annually spend more on…

July 15, 2018

Brett Kavanaugh is the wrong choice to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy on the Supreme Court. If he is confirmed to the Supreme Court, everything that we hold dear as a nation will be at stake.

From a protecting a woman’s right to choose to dismantling the Affordable Care Act, Kavanaugh could…

July 15, 2018

The recent article about State Treasurer Dale Folwell and the ECU Physicians-Vidant Health merger perplexes me.

I’m not a health care professional, business executive or attorney— just a North Carolina taxpayer. So maybe I’m dense or ill informed. But why did the article say…

July 12, 2018

A president under investigation for colluding with a foreign power (and known enemy of the United States) should not be allowed to appoint Supreme Court justices.

When that president picks a nominee who has stated that sitting president should not be subject to indictment nor subjected to civil…

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