Donna McCloskey

Lavish pensions have gotta go

In response to “ranting Ron Lowe of Nevada City” (Reader Input, March 3): I see that you are at it again, this time ranting about the “fight for workers’ rights.” What p ...

Sheriff: Purse thief connected to six other thefts

The man accused of snatching purses from inside shopping carts at Auburn grocery stores is connected to six similar thefts in the county, according to law enforcement. The Placer ...

Auburn shows false security

I am so pleased that the Journal put the purse thief story on the front page (Jan. 4). I have seen so many women in our area leaving their purses unattended in shopping carts. Ever ...

Moonbeam and Nutmeg

I just read the morning’s Journal and the letter from citizen Donna McCloskey, “Confounded by Brown’s return” (Reader Input, Nov. 10), which is cause to respond. Donna is ...

Confounded by Brown’s return

Well, the election is finally over and I am left with one question — how on earth can the citizens of California choose Jerry Brown again? Why do they fail to understand that h ...

Make state park users pay ‘fee’

Well, here we go again with yet another “fee” on our vehicles, this time to “save our state parks” (Journal, Oct. 12). Unbelievable that the state would dare to try to sho ...

Obama friend of middle class

As I read the letters by Robert Moggridge (Reader Input, July 20) and Donna McCloskey, (July 22), I had to wonder if they are looking out for their own best interests. With Republ ...

President good at photo ops

After reading the letter from Bob and Ginny Mock praising the president’s actions concerning the gulf oil disaster (Reader Input, June 23), I felt the urge to respond. The presi ...

Student protests achieve what?

I just finished watching the local noontime news and I am just furious to see this “day of protest” being carried out by both high school and college students. Seems that thes ...

Judge’s ruling way too lenient

The article in the Journal on Jan. 18 about the bar fight in which a young lady lost her ear at the hands of a Ms. Andrea Cordova (I would not dare call Ms. Cordova a “lady”) i ...