Washougal resident Louise Bradley offers her support for Rey Reynolds in the race for Clark County Sheriff
Editor’s note: Opinions expressed in this letter to the editor are those of the author alone and do not reflect the editorial position of ClarkCountyToday.com
Which candidate for sheriff has vowed to uphold our God-given rights enshrined in our foundational document the Constitution? That person is Rey Reynolds.
Second only to the Bible, the Constitution is the single most important work ever written and it is under attack. Rey is committed to protecting the citizens, not just from the rising crime in Clark County, but from the tyranny of a government which would force unconstitutional mandates on a free society.
Rey is not concerned with being politically correct nor will he be bullied by people or groups that would otherwise run roughshod over us, breaking our laws, and thumbing their noses at law enforcement. Protect our rights and our community and vote for Rey Reynolds on November 8th.
- Opinion: State’s income tax windfall isn’t needed – public schools have plenty of moneyLiv Finne states that in Washington, ‘fully funding the schools’ means funding the interests of powerful unions, bureaucracies, and feeding ever-growing amounts of tax money into an increasingly unpopular monopoly system.
- Opinion: The debt-limit deal is a bust!Speaker Kevin McCarthy criticized for selling out conservatives in debt-ceiling deal and failing to include spending cuts, prompting calls for Republicans to vote against the Biden/McCarthy agreement.
- Opinion: Ecology quietly scrubs the gas price impactsTodd Myers believes the governor and Ecology staff have chosen to play politics, blaming everyone else for the impact of their policies on Washington’s residents and economy.
- Opinion: Why today’s elites literally can’t stand free speechOpinion: Why today’s elites literally can’t stand free speech. David Kupelian gets to the root of today’s all-out war on the First Amendment.
- Opinion: WA Cares is a regressive tax, hurting low-income workersElizabeth Hovde shares an opinion piece stating ‘The regressivity within this state-imposed program is one of the easiest reasons to be against the 2019 long-term-care law.’
Nope. The sole purpose of law enforcement is to enforce the laws. It doesn’t get any simpler than that.