Jim Beall Sr.

Reader input: If NorCal seceded

Once upon a time, forested counties of Northern California seceded to form the state of Jefferson. They were tired of sending southward all their water, made precious by drough ...

Reader Input: Pass problems on to others

It takes guts to propose viable solutions to unemployment as John Kingsbury III does (“Seek out energy independence,” Reader Input, Oct. 7), suggesting fracking will do ...

Reader Input: The perseverance of American workers

Jim Beall, Sr.’s repugnant, smug letter about America’s work force is off the edge of reality (“Shame the lazy; praise the CEOs,” Reader Input, Aug. 13). ...

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: Missing patriots, not leaders

Let the flag-waving, anthem-singing, we-support-our-troops-from-the-sidelines cheap-shot patriotism have its day. But after the firecracker smoke clears and the ticker tape is swep ...

Reader Input: Strategy for party survival

We still anxiously await the conservative, almost-as-smart-as-a-fifth-grader, who will impress us with facts supporting trickle-down tea economics. In the meantime we must contin ...

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: Stop falling for falsehoods

This Beall clown is ruffling our conservative feathers again (“Look away from teat party suck,” Reader Input, Feb. 27). Can’t you see how he keeps duping us by ad ...

Reader Input: Tea party not to blame

I am personally beginning to become rather tired of letters published in the Auburn Journal written by Jim Beall, Sr. of Loomis. His comments are often highly defamatory – bo ...

Reader Input: Look away from teat party suck

Those of tea party ilk seem quite titillated with the “government teat” metaphor; as well they should be, given the amount of slurping done by their masters. We don&r ...