Jim Beall Sr.

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 ...

Reader Input: Let left-wingers just ‘get Glad’

I admire our clever conservative messengers. Like the writer who claimed pot leads to hard drugs because most hard drug addicts used pot (“Why glorify cannabis?” Reader ...

Reader Input: Conservatives tired of takers taking

We conservatives are tired of these poor and low-income bums cutting into our profits with all this babble about income inequality requiring us to be taxed so they can live high of ...

Reader Input: Hats off to all trying their best

Many complain about our slipping, the past several decades, as low as 30-40th place in many categories indicating a healthy society, like health, education, happiness, vacation tim ...

Reader Input: Parties base their success on failure

Instead of squabbling, the major parties should be thankful for handing each other repeated comebacks … Wilson: Conservative forces causing corruption, monopolies, terribl ...

Reader Input: GOP needs new tactic to save butt

Conservatives must brainstorm now, more than ever, to save the Republican Party. We condemn gay marriage to score points with the voters — turns out to be a bad idea. We ...

Reader Input: Ignorance and innuendo

This Jim Beall, Sr. character is getting on our nerves. Look how he pushed Ron Pasky (“Liberals are smoking what?”, Reader Input, Sept. 27) into a frantic run-on-senten ...

Reader Input: Liberals are smoking what?

Jim Beall, Sr. says conservatives want people’s minds off real issues (“Conservatives must get real,” Reader Input, Aug. 28). Liberals are the ones with the shi ...

Reader Input: Conservatives must get real

Getting people’s minds off the real issues has always worked for us conservatives. If we were pushing “family values,” even if our family guy had sex with his mal ...