Jerry Johnson

Reader Input: Ask insurance provider

Responding to Jerry Johnson’s letter in the Sunday newspaper (“Help those who really need it”): Mr. Johnson raises good points about accountability for those rece ...

Reader input: Help those who really need it

Today I visited one of my best friend’s 24-year-old son in a nursing home here in Auburn. He was hit by a car almost a year ago and suffered massive brain trauma. His recover ...

Reader Input: My bet is we are going broke

Math is neither conservative nor liberal. So why has neither party faced the facts? It’s simple math. Our government spends more then they steal from us. The U.S. citizens ...

Reader Input: Blame weapon defenders

I hate to play this silly game called the blame game. It doesn’t bring back the heroic, fallen officers who gave their lives to protect us. Since Jerry Johnson opened Pando ...

Reader Input: Who’s to blame for 2 deaths?

Who do we blame for two dead sheriff’s deputies, another wounded and a wounded citizen — clearly the shooter. But it goes way beyond that. Why was he able to commit the ...

Reader Input: Shame the lazy; praise the CEOs

I really like Jerry Johnson’s spirit (“Writer: ‘Put me in charge,’” Reader Input, Aug. 1). He wants to be put in charge of our social programs so he ...

Reader Input: Writer: ‘Put me in charge’

Put me in charge of food stamps. I’d get rid of Lone Star cards; no cash for Ding Dongs or Ho Ho’s, just money for 50-pound bags of rice and beans, blocks of cheese and ...

Reader Input: Humans excrete enormous effluent

I agree with Jerry Johnson that we should get serious about these geese that don’t even pay taxes to support our parks and then defecate on them (“Geese and their poop ...

Reader Input: Geese and their poop gotta go

Just whose parks are they (“Solutions for goose control remain up in the air at ARD meeting,” Journal, Feb. 28)? As I remember, we the people paid to build our parks. ...

Reader Input: Biased leaders ignoring the facts cost

I documented declining enrollment in the late ’90s in the EIR for Winchester County and Placer Hills School Board officials ignored it. They forced Winchester residents to pa ...