Letters to the Editor

Reader Input: USA a culture of corruption

I find it curious that a response to my letter of April 23, printed on May 12, took only one issue of the Journal to appear in print (“Reader Input: Is writer one of many ...

Reader Input: Roadside angels appreciated

In the afternoon of May 5, I turned off at Newcastle Road. Suddenly, as I turned, the car locked up and would not move. As we were wondering what to do, a young man came over ...

Reader Input: Consider use of thermal imaging

Before women go lopping off their breasts in fear of breast cancer — they might want to consider getting thermal imaging done on not only their breasts but their whole body. ...

Reader Input: Obama administration scandal-ridden

What on Earth is happening to our country? Under the Obama administration, we are in the midst of three serious scandals — the Benghazi terrorist murders, the IRS using their ...

Reader Input: Leaders’ lies daze writer

Dear Sen. (Dianne) Feinstein: Writing to you is the culmination of my frustration, disappointment and, yes, disbelief in my government. I was raised to believe, and still do, t ...

Reader Input: Why cloak SUV driver?

I have a question. Whatever happened to the older woman who was driving the SUV that killed one and injured two more persons outside of Tio Pepe’s last month (“SUV dr ...

Reader Input: Rodeo bulls have it good

Many people today think that rodeos are cruel to the animals that perform in them. I, however, think that it is a great tradition, and also that it helps people remember that the ...

Reader Input: Homeless shelter OK deserves respect

Approval of homeless shelters was the right thing to do (“City Council approves two spots in Auburn for homeless shelters,” Journal, May 14). It is long overdue! Aubu ...

Reader Input: Journal banned in China?

Having just returned from a two-week trip to China led by Mike Holmes and attended by several locals including the Makis, Kay Whitaker and Joanne Valentine, I thought it was worthy ...

Reader Input: Loomis lucky to have Wheeler

I was at the Fam-Jam in downtown Loomis on Saturday, when someone asked me if I thought Dave Wheeler would lose one of his jobs (“Wheeler ‘incompatibility’ goes t ...