RON LOWE

Reader Input: Try substance in your argument

Wow! Ron Lowe and his MSNBC talking points (“Why vote for GOP again?,” Reader Input, April 19). He never uses facts or any substance. The GOP is not anti-gay. They ju ...

Reader input: Why vote for GOP again?

And so it begins. Hillary Clinton announced her intention to become the Democratic presidential candidate in the 2016 election. You may have your qualms about Hillary Clinton, but ...

Reader Input: Republicans not responsible

The Republicans have framed the political debate for the last six years with their lies and misinformation. It’s time for those who know the truth and have been sitting on th ...

Reader input: Nation is being held hostage

Daily there are stories of terrorists around the world holding people hostage. What about America’s own political terrorists — the Republicans — holding the natio ...

Reader Input: Legal opt-out to Affordable Care Act

There you go again, Ron (Lowe), (“Don’t mess with health care act,” Reader Input, Feb. 26). Don’t blame the Republicans over the ACA scene. You are probably ...

Reader input: Don’t mess with health care act

What has been the most debated and discussed subject for the past five years? The Affordable Care Act/Obamacare. In the real world, the ACA is working supremely, even shockingly we ...

Reader input: Internet is the best innovation

There’s always a starting point, like a seed. And the one seed of technology with the most things emerging from it is the transistor. The transistor led to the microchip, and ...

Reader Input: Not the time to thank president

In response to Pat Little (“Give credit for bad or good,” Reader Input, Jan. 14), I am ready to give thanks to (President Barack) Obama when it is due. The lower gas ...

Reader input: Election results are all about money

I finally have enough time and motivation to respond to a letter than Ron Lowe sent to the Journal a couple months ago. Ron asked why has America elected more Republicans during ou ...

Reader input: Work together this year

How about making 2015 a year of working together — affirming our unity and connectedness — seeing America as the one nation that it is. We are at the very point in time ...