Letters to the Editor

Liberals gave country plenty

Regarding the story of Assemblyman (Ted) Gaines meeting with voters (Journal, Jan. 8). In the article, George Hudson is concerned about a constitutional convention because he is ...

Some letters simply wrong

I was struck by Kevin Brady’s letter (Reader Input, Jan 11) where he summarized in consecutive sentences the conflict inherent in wars of all kinds. In one he said that he’s ...

War no time for political correctness

A recent letter reflects the fuzzy-thinking of the left in dealing with the dangers that confront our nation. Specifically, the attack centers on my statement that when America put ...

Thoughts on a new year

Why do we celebrate New Year’s Eve? Is it to forget yesterday’s wrath? Or in denial of yesterday, thinking tomorrow will be better because we have an understanding of changin ...

Bank customers overcharged

Something needs to be done to the banks who are creating situations where they can charge fees. This new way they can take your check out of sequence so that you not only bounce th ...

Big problems need fixing

In answer to the letter by Ann Laman in the Jan 3 edition of the Journal, we are in desperate need of a change in health care, energy and education. No matter how bad any health c ...

Enough of the voodoo science

I fully support Mr. (Les) Polette’s premise that the “green age” is upon us (Reader Input, Jan. 4). To me it’s another means to screw things with everything going to hell i ...

Obama has no compassion

Please consider this about the health care reform issue. The man who must ultimately approve of any reform, Barack Hussein Obama, has, shall we say, an odd sense of compassion. Thi ...

Own a gun, but use it wisely

Regarding the Dec. 31 letter, “Sick and tired of stupid laws.” I partially agree with this opinion. I think these laws were just made to try to shut up environmentalists. We ...

'Avatar' is Oscar-worthy

Well we finally did it ... we went to see 3-D Avatar at the IMAX in Sacramento. The plot of the movie can be summed up in "Bury my Heart at Wounded Knee" ... except this time the I ...