Letters to the Editor

Reader Input: Big Pharma doesn’t want this known

I feel it is time to put the issue of forced vaccinations for children (or even adults) in perspective in the context of the current debate. First, I’m concerned about abol ...

Reader Input: Read drugs’ warning labels

Mr. (Calvin) Guin’s response to Marcia Winborne-Graven’s editorial response to psychotropic drugs is simply a diversion to dismiss the real information that these drugs ...

Reader Input: Money yesterday, today and forever

The motto of the Medici families that ruled Florence, then Tuscany for most of three centuries, explained the workings of politics: “Money to get power, power to protect mone ...

Reader Input: Try substance in your argument

Wow! Ron Lowe and his MSNBC talking points (“Why vote for GOP again?,” Reader Input, April 19). He never uses facts or any substance. The GOP is not anti-gay. They ju ...

Reader Input: Corporations exempt selves

Praise the Lord for the latest,  greatest advancements in religious freedom in our great corporate Christian land. It started when Hobby Lobby Corp. “convinced” ...

Reader Input: ‘I love Auburn, but this is too much’

The homeless situation at the DeWitt Center has sunk to a new low today when my husband and I witnessed a man squatting on the sidewalk on Bell Road defecating. His pants were down ...

Reader Input: Road project creates carnage

Your headline, “Placer County’s rural Taylor Road becomes temporary interstate freeway,” (Journal, April 22) almost says it all. What you didn’t mention i ...

Reader Input: Letter espouses Scientology

Marcia Winborne-Graven’s letter to the editor made a claim that psychotropic drugs were the cause of all sorts of tragic events by causing mental illness instead of mitigatin ...

Reader Input: The divinity that shapes our ends

Many thanks to the nice lady who secretly paid for my mother’s manicure yesterday (April 21). She hasn’t treated herself to a manicure in probably 30 years. She happe ...

Reader Input: After nearly 50 years, pick your battles

Indisputably, one of our most precious innate human qualities is our ability to love. It could be a close second to having a keen sense of humor, enabling us to laugh our cares awa ...