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Dear Editor: Ama, women, men, uminchu (in Okinawan) or kaito (in the Izu Peninsula) are Japanese divers, famous for collecting pearls. Japanese tradition holds that the practice of ama may be 2,000 years old. Traditionally, and even as recently as...read more >>
FEB-23-2017  Viewed(11)    Comment
The threat of tyranny isnīt Trump by WILLIAM E KREBEL
Dear Editor: If President Trump is the would-be dictator the left accuses him of being, he would have reacted to Judge Robart’s unconstitutional, law-ignoring ruling the way Andrew Jackson is reputed to have responded to a Supreme Court decision:...read more >>
FEB-23-2017  Viewed(12)    Comment
Mankind Ends in 33 Years by John Titor II
Dear Editor: This is not a wild unsupported statement. This is your wakeup call about the environment. You can brush this statement aside and just go about your daily routine. If you are a senior citizen, chances are you will die in the next...read more >>
FEB-22-2017  Viewed(7)    Comment
Pewdiepie by Darragh John Brien
Dear Editor: I would like to register my disgust with your recent article or should I say hatchet job on Felix Kjellberg (Pewdiepie). Whilst admittedly he did go too far with his sign prank, you have completely distorted the facts/context of...read more >>
FEB-22-2017  Viewed(6)    Comment
Trumps Mouth Bannons words by Louis A DeRosa
Dear Editor: As long as Mr. Steve Bannon is the mindset of President Donald Trump, we will be headed on a collision course with 1940's history repeated. because as the cancer of racism spreads it eventually effects judgement and at its...read more >>
FEB-22-2017  Viewed(23)    Comment
minimum wage by Jack Carey
Dear Editor: I own a manufacturing company employing 100 people. Many are earning between twelve to seventeen dollars per hour. Most work 50 to 60 hours per week. Raising to minimum wage to fifteen dollars per hour will mean all these people...read more >>
FEB-21-2017  Viewed(22)    Comment
College Tuition and Fees by James V. Koch
Dear Editor: Rich Vedder (WSJ, Feb. 15, 2017) is on target with his comments about the impact of federal loan policies on tuition and fee inflation and student debt, but does not mention another major cause---the failure of many university...read more >>
FEB-21-2017  Viewed(25)    Comment
Scott Pruitt by Jerome McCollom
Dear Editor: Scott Pruitt, the former Attorney General of Oklahoma, is now the head of the Environmental Protection Agency. These are words I dreaded because Mr. Pruitt exhibited nothing but contempt and disdain for environmental protections as...read more >>
FEB-18-2017  Viewed(61)    Comment
Amer Judiacy & Media under attack by Rev. James E. Sauer
Dear Editor: Both in my study of world history and in my experiences of having studied in Austria for four years before my ordination as a Catholic priest where I befriended many Germans and Austrians who survived WWII, I learned a great deal...read more >>
FEB-18-2017  Viewed(31)    Comment
inflamitary, slanted news by Carol Wilson
Dear Editor: Today when I read your headline re the President's news conference, I wondered if you and I heard the same speech. I never heard him say he inherited a mess from Obama. He said he inherited a mess. Obama has said the very same...read more >>
FEB-17-2017  Viewed(45)    Comment