Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Jon Rebol | Time Ranger and Memories

Re: The Time Ranger by John Boston, May 25. Geez, Mr. Boston. Went to Placerita Junior High School with both Jack Uhey and Bob Walk. Tried out for the baseball

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Rob Kerchner | Double Standards Abound

FBI Director James Comey said in 2016 that “no reasonable prosecutor” would bring a case against Hillary Clinton over her massive mishandling of classified material and her obvious attempts to

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Lisa Storaker | Undervalued Educators

I am writing an open letter to our state representatives and our local school board members. It is difficult to write this letter as I am fuming with the feeling

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Jim Crowley | Back Up That Claim

Mr. Rob Kerchner (letters, May 26) needs to provide a link to where he claims the New England Journal of Medicine’s latest study indicated the COVID-19 vaccine shows no benefit

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Paul McGuire | The State of the Prostate

The following letter is presented as a satirical take on current gender issues. Lobby, California hospital, 5 a.m. A middle-aged man is seated at an intake window, an older female

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Rick Barker | Abuse of Power

It’s one thing for a sitting president or other political candidate or citizen to contest an election AFTER it has taken place, which is very common and totally legal under

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Richard Bussell | Celebrating Hanoi Jane?

We are told that Jane Fonda’s Vietnam protests “can still cause objections among some older veterans” like myself (101st Airborne, 1968-69). She helped the Vietnam prison camp commander undermine the

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Rob Kerchner | A Double Standard

Foreigners breaking into the country is not much of a crime these days, but citizens walking into the Capitol on Jan. 6 gets you decades in prison … even if

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Rob Kerchner | A Cooked-Up Crisis

The latest study from the New England Journal of Medicine shows no benefit at all from getting the COVID vaccine, in a cohort that is especially vulnerable to getting the

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James Coffey | Calling Out El Segundo?

What’s up with The Mighty Signal? It gets bigger and better all the time. The El Segundo Progressive Gazette had better watch out. James Coffey Newhall

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Philip Wasserman | Moderates Out in the Cold

Everybody’s talkin’ at me / I don’t hear a word they’re sayin’ / Only the echoes of my mind  Harry Nilsson’s theme song for “Midnight Cowboy” could also be the

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Luz Rivas | Grateful for Monumental Change

I could not be more proud that our community’s vision to expand the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument has become a reality! Thank you, President Joe Biden, for taking action