JOHN T. NIGHTINGALE

Reader input: Freedoms are not negotiable

In response to Kathy Hess (Auburn Journal, April 11, “Amazing what people choose to believe”): Kathy Hess, from the Democratic People’s Republic of Rocklin, jus ...

Reader Input: Time to shine light into dark

President Lyndon Johnson said, “We were attacked (in the Gulf of Tonkin).” President Richard Nixon was known for “I am not a crook,” President George H.W. B ...

Reader Input: Writer had best familiarize himself

John T. Nightingale’s definition of our country’s ills as being the product of progressive thought and action is ludicrous (“We’re run down by progressives, ...

Reader Input: We’re run down by progressives

As millions of Americans plan for the holidays, let’s not forget about the progressive war on business, Christmas, self-reliance, the Constitution and liberty Millions of A ...

Reader Input: Don’t deprive US of the thrills

Can’t argue with John T. Nightingale (“Liberal paradise lacks unicorns,” Reader Input, Aug. 2) that if you want free quality health care (like our politicians get ...

Reader Input: Liberal paradise lacks unicorns

Close your eyes and just think of the perfect progressive utopia where we have everyone treated equally, food is free and served three times a day, everyone has a warm place to sle ...

Reader input: Is it about jobs or a free ride?

The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Sunday shows that 46 percent of Likely U.S. voters approve of President Obama’s job performance. Fifty-three perc ...

Reader input: Freedom is over-rated

George Orwell in 1948 wrote of his vision of 1984. Summarized from the first two paragraphs he said: “big brother is watching you,” the caption said. In the far distanc ...

Reader input: Does president pay fair share?

Here is a perplexing tale of paying one’s fair share. “President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama paid $112,214 in federal income taxes in 2012 on adjusted ...

Reader Input: Regulate the people, not guns

Re: “Does U.S. mirror 1958 China?” (John T. Nightingale, Reader Input, March 21): Those who advocate the removal of weapons from the general public should go back in ...