BizPac Review adds ‘letters to the editor’ feature

Ever since we started BizPac Review, readers have been asking us where to send their letters to the editor. We’ve now added that feature to our website in its own section, and we welcome readers to submit their letters for publication on the topics of the day.

All letters are subject to editing and verification and will be open to comments by our readers.  Letters should not exceed 200 words. Your name and city of residence will appear with your letter, but we require you to send your contact information with your submission for verification purposes only.

Please click here to go to the letters to the editor page 

 

 

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Jack Furnari

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Jack Furnari is a founding partner, writer and CEO of BizPac Review.
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  • http://www.beautyandbrains.us/rss Lisa

    This is a really excellent added feature to your website. Thanks for all you do!!

  • Dale Hedrick

    After the tragedy in Connecticut and other mass shootings around the country I have been astounded by the lack of substance in why this is happening in our society. The liberal media and legislators have no solution other than more gun control and more laws. We all know what the influence in our society is today: Violent movies, violent games, pornography, a culture that does not value life. What is in our culture fighting against these forces of evil? Robert Winthrop, a Founding Father said “Men, in a word, must necessarily be controlled either by a power within them or a power without them, either by the Word of God or by the strong arm of man, either by the Bible or by the bayonet.” In 1798 Thomas Paine said “Man cannot make, or invent, or contrive principles; he can only discover them; and he ought to look through the discovery to the Author.” In our case, The United States of America needs to rediscover what made our nation great and apply the principles that are sustainable and have proven the test of time. Our Founding Fathers were brilliant men and what they said 200 years ago are true for us today.