Thank you Gordon Bennett for your letter criticizing me. It exposes much ignorance about hydroxychloroquine as a cure for Wuhan virus. Virologist Steven Hatfield notes 53 scientific studies show hydroxychloroquine works. Fourteen global studies show neutral or negative results. Ten negative …
While the world struggles against a microbial and deadly menace, nature itself is under assault from threats coming in the other direction — the deliberate and steady overthrow by the Trump administration of environmental regulations, some in place for decades.
In response to J.L. Trahan’s letter of Oct. 8, Donald Trump was not President when he said of John McCain, “He’s not a hero, because he was shot down and captured.” Probably not the best comment.
In reading another letter Oct. 2 where statements that privilege and liberty are only given to white people and black people have had to “demand it,” I’d like the Rev. Brown to travel to the mountains of Appalachia in West Virginia and Pennsylvania where I grew up and explain to those people…
“For the time is coming when people will not endure sound teaching, but having itching ears they will accumulate for themselves teachers to satisfy their own passions, and will turn away from the truth and wander off into myths.” (2 Timothy 4:3-4)
I find the photo accompanying the “Hogs for a Cause” story on the second page of today’s paper disgusting. I’m sure I’m not the only one who is repulsed by the sight of a baby piglet roasting on the grill.
In response to David Domelsmith’s letter in the Oct. 1 edition: The opinion expressed that Trump doesn’t want to be president and is trying to lose the election made me wonder why would you give him what he wants and not reelect him to office?
What a delightful article on the Aug. 14 “weather” page, in reference to the eagle that “downed” a government drone. In “old-timey article writing” the opening line could have been, “free spirit destroys government property, and cannot be arrested.”