Reader input

Reader Input: Do readers understand real economy?

I wonder — do the same Auburn Journal readers who fill up the “Reader Input” section with commentary about this country being the laughingstock of the world and i ...

Reader Input: Show a little kindness in print

Just got back from the Bahamas, where the weather was nice and balmy. I got all of the last two weeks of the Auburn Journal together and started reading through the Reader Input ...

Reader Input: Dr. Adler deserves respect, recognition

The recent mentions of the late Dr. Robert G. Adler in (“All those years ago,” Journal, Dec. 4, 2013) have stirred my memories of him, having worked for him until hi ...

Reader Input: Way too much verbal violence

How refreshing to read the Readers Input in Friday’s paper. Balance, thoughtfulness, reasoning and openness contribute to a democracy a whole lot more than the negative input ...

Reader Input: Dial down the vitriolic letters

I was delighted to turn to the Reader Input page of the Friday, Oct. 4 Journal to discover that your readers are suggesting the Journal get a “broader scope of opinions&rdquo ...

Reader Input: USA makes room for all

Dee Nann, in her April 12 letter to the Auburn Journal’s Reader Input section, has made me thankful for the many rights we have in this great nation. We have the right to b ...

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 ...

Act fast to protect identity

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