Letters to the Editor
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To the editor in charge of publishing Letters to the Editor in the Gonzales Inquirer: My young years were happily spent growing up in Gonzales, my family’s hometown. Most all my elderly … more
Dear Editor, Where in the U.S. Constitution does it say criminals are guaranteed a free lawyer as soon as they commit a crime, yet law-abiding citizens have to pay if a legal matter arises? The … more
Editor: In this time of division and power grabbing in our world and our country that has led to a locked in view of most of our population, it is time to listen to the words of Carl Sagan. His … more
Minutes from the December 2019 City Council meeting indicate that Council and those present heard from Clint Hille in regards to his desire to serve on the EDC Board. Additionally, he presented … more
Dear Editor/Publisher, I’m tired of the whining. I only lived in the north for a short few years, but too many of the populace whined when the weather wasn’t perfect; their job … more
I, Rob Brown, am proud to announce my bid for Gonzales City Council - District 4. As a longtime Gonzales advocate, I strive to serve my district and our great city with integrity and true … more
Editor, Interesting issue today, publisher/editor uses half the opinion page musing about his vacation and meanwhile one letter to the editor called for a replacement editor and I must agree. Mr. … more
To the publisher/editor, I have been a subscriber for over 30 years. I like reading news of our schools, city, county, and city and county governments. The Faith page with various articles. I … more
Now is the time to act before it’s too late. The mayor of San Antonio Ron Nirenberg, Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush and the San Antonio city council have been pushing through their … more
In the Season that should be Joy! Many hearts are thrust into a deep sea of sadness! Impeachment! The question is: Are we fighting corruption? Or is corruption bringing us … more
I recently turned to social media and posted concerns as an attempt to raise not only awareness of recent happenings to the Gonzales Main Street Board, but also to encourage those in our community to … more
Recent discussions have brought both questions and dismay! I, like many others, reside outside of the city limits and therefore, am not represented by a councilman. I am writing this Letter to the … more
Dear friends at The Gonzales Inquirer, Thank you for doing such an amazing job covering the news of Gonzales and the surrounding communities. We are grateful for each of you and the wonderful job … more
I have to admit that I agree with Mr. Filip. I do believe that a newspaper’s job is to inform the community of current and actual events, which is what Pastor Lowery was doing. He was simply … more
Dear Mr. Fitzwater, On behalf of Sisters on the Fly, I want to thank you for the wonderful words you created regarding our fabulous organization… I was only aware of the one article … more
Dear Mr. Fitzwater,   Thank you for sharing this article with us! We feel less alone. Just about everyone becomes enraged when treated ‘wrong’! It certainly helps us … more
I often hear people complaining about the fact that property taxes have been raised once again. In the town where people voted to keep their taxes high, I don’t understand the complaining. I, … more
To the editor, I am thankful as an American Citizen that I can continue to have freedom of speech and the right to accept or oppose what I read in the local Inquirer or any other publication … more
Dear Editor, This letter has one main purpose: to say, “Thank you, Lloyd Holden, and God bless you for your recent letter to the editor of the Inquirer.” I agree with Mr. Holden … more
After reading Lloyd Holden’s letter to the editor in last week’s paper regarding Pastor Lowery’s removal, many in our community were upset. The job of a newspaper is to inform the … more
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