Chuck Butler

Reader Input: Wartime memories a priceless lesson

When it comes to addressing “E.V. Cain students get firsthand history lesson,” (Journal, March 4), it is difficult to know where to begin. In no particular order, one ...

Reader Input: Obamacare just grand diversion

President Barack Hussein Obama is getting just what he wants out of the Obamacare rollout: a grand diversion taking the focus off other issues that have been a thorn in his side, m ...

Reader Input: How about the real corruption?

Mr. (Chuck) Butler (“USA a culture of corruption,” Reader Input, May 17) is amazed that it took weeks to publish his original “simpleton” diatribe (“A ...

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: Is writer one of many or few?

Chuck Butler’s “simple answer” regarding President Obama is what one would expect from a “simpleton” (“America is being destroyed,” Reader ...

Reader input: America is being destroyed

There is a simple answer to Obama’s behavior and reasoning for not placing a terrorist label on Islamic Jihad. It’s in his name: Barrack Hussein Obama. It’s also ...

Auburn Cruise Nite has its finest hour

Auburnites of all races, creeds and economic status gathered on Lincoln Way Friday evening, Sept. 14, to attend Cruise Nite’s annual tribute to 9/11 victims, survivors and first ...

Good to see ‘Our View’

If quick to criticize, one must be also quick to praise when it is warranted, re: Journal’s Perspectives, Jan. 22, (“The return of Journal editorials is here”). For some time ...

GOP literate, knows history

It is my privilege to correct Charles Wallen (Reader Input, Nov. 18, “GOP has turned anti-intellectual.”) “W” was an avid reader, contrary to what Wallen says. He and Condi ...

Reference your New Testament

There it was, right in front of me, like a big fat hanging curve ball over the middle of the plate. On the front page of the Aug. 3 issue of the Journal was the question, “What w ...