racism

Reader input: It’s not racism, it’s their politics

OK, help me get through this “racist” thing.  I’m an old white guy. I didn’t vote for Senator Obama or President Obama because I didn’t care for ...

Reader Input: Liberal left employs divisive tactics

Kathy Hess claims to believe “those who hate President Obama are bigoted racists who will never accept that President Obama is black” (“Racism figures in equation ...

Reader Input: Racism figures in equation

With regard to the letter from Gary Miller (“Obama has done many good things,” Nov. 9), he is so correct. I am baffled by those who hate President Obama when he has don ...

Reader Input: We do judge people by their actions

“Rankism?” Seriously?! (RE: “Fight the tilt toward rankism,” Another View, April 6). Personally, I think this world of ours needs a lot less political cor ...

Reader Input: Writer OK with ‘anti-illegal alien’ label

Cokie (and Steven) Roberts’ slanted, mainstream media article (“Ralph Carr’s profile in courage,” Another View, Aug. 20) is just another covert attempt to m ...

Reader Input: Lincoln offers fine example

The prejudices of “blacks against whites” and vice versa are continuing to thicken the wall of hatred. The media could be a tremendous help in encouraging the breakdo ...

Reader Input: Express anger at government

It appears racism has raised its ugly head in our community. Recently, I overheard some racist profanity from people driving in the Downtown area. This occurred at night. It seem ...

Reader input: Facts on racism speak for themselves

In response to Diane Foster (“Imbalanced brainwashing at college,” Reader Input, March 28), the program at Sierra College was about Capital Punishment, Race and Incar ...

Sorry, dealer’s all out of race cards

WASHINGTON — Predictable as rain, the race card has surfaced just in time to stir up electoral passions, justify outcomes and explain away inconvenient truths. Just days fr ...

Free speech can leave out racism

It’s obvious that racism is alive and well in Placer County. Once again it raises its ugly head in the guise of anonymous notes left on cars (“Have the courage to sign ...