Kudos for Carol's

(January 17, 2019) Editor: I like to think of myself as a good writer, so I am always impressed with great writers. What a creative, funny and well-written column "Yelp Reviews of Christmas...

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Overwhelmingly Left Wing?

(January 17, 2019) Editor: I was glad to read that the "Women's Movement" is finally doing some naval-gazing after discovering that they were not representing all women ("Overwhelmingly White," Jan. 10). My observation...

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Overwhelmingly PC?

(January 17, 2019) Editor: An atmosphere has been created by the people who cancelled the Women's March of having to prove your PC perfection or don't you dare march. They are the PC...

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(January 17, 2019) Editor: It was with some dismay I read through your cover story "Overwhelmingly White" (Jan. 10), describing the hurdles faced in organizing the Women's March this year. The original march,...

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(January 17, 2019) Editor: Here's a theory: Rachel Maddow recently had a segment on her show about Trump coming out with some really off-the-wall stuff (about Belarus, for instance, or Putin's annexation of Crimea,...

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Nothing New

(January 10, 2019) Editor: I read with interest the Dec. 13 article "The Housing Games." In the mid-1970s, I coordinated a student survey on Humboldt State University campus for the Humboldt Tenants Union,...

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Priority One

(January 10, 2019) Editor: During this past election, voters were asked what was important to them. Health care, education, living wage jobs, immigration reform, bringing manufacturing jobs back to America, nuclear weapons proliferation,...

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(January 10, 2019) Editor: I am always stirred to pity for the human race when I read an article like "A Special Place" (Dec. 20). How desperately we little people have to struggle...

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'Truly Mesmerizing'

(January 10, 2019) Editor: David Wilson's breathtaking photographs are a marvelous way to herald a new year ("North Coast Night Lights," Jan. 3). The truly mesmerizing images capture the wonder that people throughout...

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Don't Forget the Dunes!

(January 3, 2019) Editor: I enjoyed reading the package of articles in the Dec. 20, 2018, edition, "A Special Place," about the work local conservation groups are doing to preserve and restore some...

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An Important Omission

(January 3, 2019) Editor: Thank you for covering the important issue of the challenges people face in the local rental housing market in your Dec. 13, 2018, issue ("The Housing Games"). There were...

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'Thanks Alan!'

(January 3, 2019) Editor: Regarding "A Burning Question" (Mailbox, Dec. 20): Alan Sanborn wonders why the fine tuning of universal fundamental constants has any more relevance than his leaving his house at exactly...

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'Housing Debacle'

(December 27, 2018) Editor: Terrific expose ("The Housing Games," Dec. 13). Please do more collaborations with students! Sharing details of this crisis has now placed the burden firmly on the shoulders of our...

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A Burning Question

(December 20, 2018) Editor, I am always glad to read Barry Evans' columns — as much for his writing skill as for his insight and subject matter. I was amused by a moment...

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Not My Wall

(December 20, 2018) Editor: The debate Tuesday between Trump, Pelosi and Schumer shows why election by majority vote rather than electoral college is so important. Trump continually tries to defend his positions by...

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The Kids Are Alright

(December 20, 2018) Editor: The article in the Dec. 13, 2018, edition, "The Housing Games," is another excellent example of real news and it is so important to see real journalism being given...

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