Donna McCloskey

Reader Input: Try facts before blabbering

I keep wondering how it can be that prolific letter writer Ron Lowe can get it wrong on so many issues. I am referring to his most recent letter that appeared in the Journal on Sep ...

Reader Input: Whip out that wallet or keep quiet

I see that one of our two local socialists is at it again (Ron Lowe and Allen Cassidy) — I am referring to the recent letter from Allen Cassidy, chastising others for not inv ...

Reader Input: Don’t hike fees; cut politicos’ benefits

Re: “Auburn in tough spot on budget,” (Journal, June 24): I find the idea that the Auburn City Council wants to raise our property taxes outrageous. Sure, they&rsqu ...

Reader Input: Flag-wearer got what he wanted

Re: (“Confederate controversy: Moral fortitude or militant racism?”, Journal, Feb. 28). I was really shocked to see this story on the front page of the Journal. It mu ...

Reader input: Capitalists to blame for ills

In response to Donna McCloskey’s ridiculous assertion (“Has writer lived under socialism,” Reader Input Dec. 24) that the homeless are all drug addicts, alcoholic ...

Reader Input: Has writer lived under socialism?

I am responding to Allen Cassidy’s letter blaming “the greedy economic system, called capitalism” for the neverending problems of the homeless (“Give homele ...

Reader Input: Remember shelter voters at ballot box

Re: “Shelter rezone OK’d,” (Journal, Oct. 29). The good people of Auburn presented several valid reasons as to why we do not want a homeless shelter near Elm Aven ...

Reader input: Good still reigns over the bad

Regarding the letter from Donna McCloskey (Reader Input, Oct. 8), welcome to California, Donna, and my sympathy goes out to you on the loss of your home to Katrina. I have been ...

Off Deadline: Some stories take us beyond the facts

I work in a business that is unique by nature. Every day is something new, and each morning we start from scratch with the goal of engaging the community.   In the newspaper ...

Reader Input: Road rage incident sparked awareness

 Re: (“Has incivility reached a crisis point in the US?,” Journal, Oct. 6) Until recently I never thought about the incivility of people here in Auburn. I have l ...