Letters to the Editor

Reader Input: Ask reps to take a pay cut

  According to the news,President Obama and Chuck Hagel, defense department chief, have voluntarily taken a 5 percent cut in pay to show solidarity with the federal employ ...

Reader Input: Quit relying on the media

  I’m tired of these righteous jerks who defend their opinions relying on the Washington Post or the insidious NY Times. Those who never believe in individualism, op ...

Reader input: Why no shelter for humans?

We have some expensive animals in Placer County. I have a question for the supervisors. Would you be willing to invest $23 million in a homeless shelter? If you would, why haven&rs ...

Reader input: Gun rights have no restrictions

On the evening of March 28, there was a full house at The Ridge in Auburn during a tea party meeting with Sheriff Ed Bonner as guest speaker. He addressed gun control and the diffi ...

Reader input: NRA talks and Congress listens

Recently I spoke with a retired teacher friend of mine. We were talking about the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary and he said something that I thought about for days afterward. ...

Reader input: Facts on racism speak for themselves

In response to Diane Foster (“Imbalanced brainwashing at college,” Reader Input, March 28), the program at Sierra College was about Capital Punishment, Race and Incar ...

Reader input: Run Rushton’s column in print

Reading Susan Rushton’s column is the cream in my (every other)Sunday morning coffee. What a disappointment to find her relegated to the on-line version of the Journal on Eas ...

Reader input: Need answers on sewer project

I talked with an engineer/director on March 26 about the North Auburn Sewer Project.The letter that was sent out leaves a lot of unanswered questions.The director I talked with had ...

Reader input: Don’t censor readers’ letters

 On March 28,  on page A4 of the Journal, a lady threatened that she was going to cancel her subscription. The way I see it and I’m sure everyone else sees it as &l ...

Reader input: Don’t let greed ruin the US

Most all of us fall into the category of some form of greed. That is just part of our nature. Anybody from the richest to the poorest can be guilty of greed. In a capitalistic syst ...