Kathleen Parker

Don’t be a slave to correctness

I appreciated Kathleen Parker’s editorial on the “N-word” (Another View, Jan. 11). I certainly agree with her. The N-word was what the blacks were called in those days and ...

Give respect to Ground Zero

Re: “Ground Zero for freedom” by Kathleen Parker, Journal, Aug. 19. A two-fold response: first, this article is a good example of how political correctness marginalizes, or di ...

Jesus shows the way to heaven

I would like to respond to Kathleen Parker’s May 11 column, “Mapquesting God.” First, God is who he says he is, not who we say he is, otherwise he isn’t God. Second, brai ...

Observe civility regarding vote

I object to the “editorial” you published on March 25. You publish Kathleen Parker’s views without regard to fact or reason, as if it is interesting or even worthwhile for ou ...

Gossip never really idle

I would like to thank Kathleen Parker (Washington columnist) and the Auburn Journal for publishing her column, “Breaking gossip,” on Dec. 3. I had been trying to put into word ...

Tiger Woods human after all

In reply to Kathleen Parker (Another View, Dec. 3): Oh, you are naive. Are we to pity poor Tiger Woods? Please, where have you been all your life? Sure, there are a few good men. ...

Journal humor well-honed

I enjoyed the letter from Dale Smith: “Crisis caused by intellectuals” (Reader Input, Oct. 19) in which we learn that Edward R. Morrow and John Dewey were responsible for impor ...

Parker showing her true colors

I saw an article (Journal May, 20) where Kathleen Parker protested in print that when it comes to President Obama, “Washington buzz lately has become a buzz saw ...” She lamen ...

Professor’s tale has some flaws

Your guest editorialist Kathleen Parker was thoroughly enamored with her scientist Christian professor from Florida, but for the life of me, I can’t see why (Journal, May 11). H ...

$250K to prove him wrong

Kathleen Parker’s column in Monday’s May 11 Journal leaves too much to be said without going to Francis Collins’ Web site directly. But I’ll put my money on the salty world ...