John Sisson

Reader Input: Strike at Syria a moral duty

One-hundred years ago, clouds of death rolled over the battlefields of France, indiscriminately striking down soldiers, civilians, animals and birds; those not killed outright were ...

Reader Input: Define what data is collected on us

The American Civil Liberties Union has discovered (Associated Press, 17 July) that police departments across the country record millions of drivers’ license plates and locati ...

Reader Input: Wake up and get informed

John Sisson’s Tuesday letter to the editor is just another shameless progressive leftist rant to run down anyone who doesn’t subscribe to their propaganda (“Ho ...

Reader Input: How about the real corruption?

Mr. (Chuck) Butler (“USA a culture of corruption,” Reader Input, May 17) is amazed that it took weeks to publish his original “simpleton” diatribe (“A ...

Reader input: President does pay fair share

Does the president get a fair shake? Mr. John Nightingale (Reader Input, April 16)) declares that the president paid taxes at a rate of 18 percent. This is false to fact. The Oba ...

Reader input: Shelter possible for much lower price

So it’s $26 million for the county to build a new shelter for 160 lost pets (Journal, March 29 and 31). At 80 percent occupancy that’s $200,000 per pet, more than the ...

Reader Input: Preserve, don’t re-win freedoms

Mr. (John) Sisson’s comments and a good feeling should no longer be justification for violation of our Bill of Rights (“Sale restrictions our best option,” Reader ...

Reader Input: Sale restrictions our best option

  I write in reply to Drs Ansleigh (“Arm against massacres,” Reader Input, Jan. 3) and Drysdale (“Founding fathers used foresight,” Reader Input, J ...

Reader Input: Facts won in ‘readers rumble’

In what now can be dubbed “The Rumble in the Journal” Gordon “The Ruck” Ainsleigh delivered a decisive KO to John “The Pseudo Intellectual” Siss ...

Reader Input: Founding fathers used foresight

The Dec. 30 letter purported to be from John Sisson (“Gun ownership? Yes, but with controls”) demonstrates the need for research and critical thinking covered in my let ...