Marcia Winborne-Graven

Reader Input: Read drugs’ warning labels

Mr. (Calvin) Guin’s response to Marcia Winborne-Graven’s editorial response to psychotropic drugs is simply a diversion to dismiss the real information that these drugs ...

Reader Input: Letter espouses Scientology

Marcia Winborne-Graven’s letter to the editor made a claim that psychotropic drugs were the cause of all sorts of tragic events by causing mental illness instead of mitigatin ...

Reader Input: Psych drugs destroy lives

While I would like to think that Ms. (Deanna) Stilwell’s heart may be in the right place, her conclusions about my letter regarding meds vs. the shooting tragedies are incorr ...

Reader input: Correlation in meds, tragedies?

I recently read the latest (April 8) of Marcia Winborne-Graven’s many letters to the Auburn Journal regarding the use of psychotropic medication. She alleges psychotropic m ...

Reader Input: Air tragedy could have been prevented

I agree with Carol Wallgren about the German airliner crash being very tragic (“Mental health on our minds,” Reader Input, April 2), but this tragedy could have been pr ...

Reader Input: Hurrah for AZ Sheriff Arpaio

Marcia Winborne-Graven and Larry Brann-Smith, I enlisted into the Navy at 17 which abruptly ended by formal education. However, my having done that has never reduced or stopped my ...

Reader input: There’s a work role for prisoners

(Larry) Brann-Smith is of course entitled to his opinion but I wish he wouldn’t put words in my mouth (Reader input, Feb. 25). I never said working prisoners was a “cur ...

Reader input: Prison workers not a cure-all

I wish people like Marcia Winborne-Graven would see the inside of a prison or jail before spouting off about “coddling prisoners”  (“Put prisoners to work,&r ...

Reader input: Put prisoners to work to save tax dollars

I was very glad to hear that we are using inmates to clean up the homeless camps.  They should be put to work on all public works projects.  If every county and state did ...

Reader Input: McCain cartoon is despicable

I was offended and disgusted to see the cartoon by Rob Rogers (Visual Viewpoint, Jan. 22) depicting Sen. John McCain the way he did. I have no problem with someone speaking out i ...