Category: Letters

Letters

DO THE MATH Some promote eliminating the Electoral College in favor of a direct popular vote for...

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COURAGEOUS STANCE   I was very pleased to read that the leadership of Fuller Seminary, in the...

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DEATH BY STUPIDITY   Climate change is an alien force ready to torture human beings over the next...

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ABOLISH ELECTORAL COLLEGE   Children comprehend the concept of voting: We vote for what we want, the most votes win. But not in presidential elections. Hillary Clinton won more than a million more votes than Donald Trump,...

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STAND UP TO BIGOTRY   A sweeping trend is rebounding in America; it’s the idea that...

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OUR MAD WORLD   The Government Accounting Standards Board (GASB) has a new rule. It says that...

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FRIGHTENING REALITY   If anyone thought Halloween was scary, just read the latest reports...

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WISE UP, THEN VOTE   California is not a swing state. The presidential race is apt to be...

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TRY JILL STEIN   Most people supporting Hillary Clinton for president are doing so not because they like her but because they’re scared to death of Donald Trump. What a choice: crazy, unstable Trump, or militarist,...

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USEFUL AND CONSTRUCTIVE   “The Star-Spangled Banner,” among other things, is intended to express in public the approval of a free and satisfied people.  Any American citizen, regardless of the merit of...

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    WHEN IF NOT NOW?   The rant by Kevin Dunn in the Sept. 22 issue should be repugnant to any progressives who want something better than the usual Democratic hacks who have depressively become de rigueur. ...

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