Letters to the Editor

Reader Input: Following path to accepting gays

Let me say the “Corporations exempt selves” (April 24) letter by Jim Beall, Sr. was one of the funniest and satirical pieces ever written and published in your Reader I ...

Reader Input: Cast vote for most qualified

It was interesting to read Ron Paskey’s letter in which he exhorts reader Ron Lowe to use some “facts or any substance,” (“Try substance in your argument,&r ...

Reader Input: The Big Day of Giving is May 5

May 5 is the region’s second annual Big Day of Giving, and I’m writing to encourage my neighbors and friends to participate. The goal is to raise $5 million in 24 hours ...

Reader Input: Once stigmatized, mentally ill now aided

Deanna Stilwell’s (LCSW) thoughtful letter on Sunday, April 19, was “right on” when she mentioned the “huge stigma” about getting mental health treatm ...

Reader Input: Seek Scientology truth for yourself

It’s unfortunate that Mr. (Calvin) Guin won’t look at CCHR (Citizen’s Commission on Human Rights) for himself to find out the truth and see the good work they&rsq ...

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” ...