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For Auburn's Art Moore, not voting a matter of principle

WASHINGTON — The first time Auburn’s Art Moore cast a ballot, he filled in the bubble next to his own name in California’s June primary for a seat in the U.S. Hou ...

Reader Input: Quit name calling, consider GOP values

I’ve been prompted to write this letter in response to Scott Johnson’s “Mull GOP values before voting” (Reader Input, May 27), but also by all the GOP name- ...

Another View: Obama keeps overreaching on his power

As President Barack Obama realizes that most reasonable people who are not blinded by partisan zealotry blame him for the humanitarian tragedy that has brought tens of thousands of ...

Reader Input: What to do about Iraq?

What to do in Iraq? If you’re a Republican or tea partyer, you can blame President Barack Obama. If you’re a realist and follow what’s going on, you know that the ...

Reader Input: Calls to Gaineses never returned

I have recently had a bad experience with two elected officials who are supposed to be representing me. Recently I called the office of my Assembly member, Beth Gaines, offering ...

Reader Input: Cantor ouster shows GOP’s true colors

Amazing! We have one far-right tea party demagogue defeating an established, but deeply flawed political hack in Virginia by claiming that Mr. Eric Cantor is “not conservativ ...

Reader Input: Cantor ouster shows GOP’s true colors

Amazing! We have one far-right tea party demagogue defeating an established, but deeply flawed political hack in Virginia by claiming that Mr. Eric Cantor is “not conservativ ...

Another View: McClintock-Moore could be a slugfest

For incumbent Tom McClintock, the 2014 election cycle likely will not be the cakewalk he originally anticipated in District 4 … especially if Democrats get off their butts a ...

Reader Input: Yes, some seek Benghazi facts

Again, Ron Lowe says the Republican Party and tea party patriots are bad people for wanting answers about Benghazi (“GOP became ‘party of no’,” Reader Input ...

Reader Input: The fault is with Dems, not the GOP

In reference to Ron Lowe’s discourses (“GOP became ‘party of no’,” Reader Input, May 20): As of 2006, the Democrats took over the Senate and Congress. ...