Letters to the Editor

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    Freedom of speech for all

    In response to Paul Garcia's April 19 Valley Voices commentary attacking Ruben Navarrette's April 2 column, it is obvious that he completely missed the point.

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    Let Putin have his Ukraine

    The headline above Jonah Goldberg's April 18 column was "U.S. threatens to 'sock' Russia." I am wondering if this is prudent action on our part. Ukraine isn't even a member of NATO, so are we willing to take on one of the mightiest militaries in the world over it?

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    Hostile business climate

    Regarding the April 18 Bee editorial, I find it interesting that the editorial board is complaining about what the city of Irwindale had done to the Sriracha maker.

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    Nunes must take a stand

    In reference to the April 17 letter "Standing up for Kessab," I, too, am someone whose family emigrated from that historically Christian town, with friends and family still there. And I also want to add my heartfelt appreciation to Reps. Jim Costa and David Valadao for feeling the pain of their ...

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    It's too soon to judge

    There it was on the front page of The Bee — above the fold — Obama touts ACA figures. If every single person in California signed up for Obamacare and 70% of the doctors still didn't take it, is it a success? If people can't afford the premiums, co-pays and deductibles, is it a success...

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    Free to be exploited

    Randy Shahbazian's Saturday Valley Voices commentary leaves out core ideas of those wishing us to follow what is erroneously called "Natural Law." The "stealing" he refers to, most people call taxes supporting education, infrastructure and services. The idea rotates around the supremacy of those...

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    Egan has served us well

    Regarding the April 21 letter from Edgar Dunn lll: I, too, attended the debate at the Lincoln Club between District Attorney Elizabeth Egan and Lisa Sondergaard Smittcamp. Even though both candidates seemed nervous, it was obvious Mrs. Smittcamp is ignorant as to what is involved in being an administrator...

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    A change for better? No

    It must be very stressful for Gordon Moore (letter April 18) that God did not first consult with him before creating the universe and inspiring the history recorded in the Bible. While contending that "mankind has indeed changed for the better" vis-à-vis the "brutality and unscientific notions...

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    'No' isn't fix for global warming

    The 97% consensus among climate scientists that human release of greenhouse gases has caused and will continue to cause harmful changes in global climate is not a political issue in any way. What is political is how this threat should be addressed.

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    Rangel's strong public service

    Rebeca Rangel is a graduate of Fresno High School and Fresno City College. She continued on at UC Santa Cruz and transferred to CSU San Jose, where she got her master's degree in Social Science. She returned to District 1, where she has lived since 1999. Rebeca's opponent, Esmeralda Soria, has lived...

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