Letters to the Editor for Dec. 15, 2014 weekly magazine:Mientus: A better approach to learning business leadership would be to have a Girl Scout troop sell cookies together.Soule: The photographs were especially effective and moving.Miller: Technology manufacturers overlook the needs of older people.
Letters to the Editor for Dec. 1, 2014 weekly magazine:Kauffman: I wonder if humans don’t all carry an innate horror of violence and warfare. But we are socialized to think that “necessary war” is actually honorable, and those who engage in it are heroes.Frank: What the US is currently doing in the region isn’t working, and we are running out of choices.
Letters to the Editor for Jan. 19, 2015 weekly magazine:Anderson: Trust should be established between Iranian and foreign diplomats when negotiating Iranian nuclear program. Inturart: Thais want democracy and media coverage's focus should be on this goal not court gossip. Davis: Some college coaches wield their power over players who want to transfer.
Letters to the Editor for Nov. 3, 2014 weekly magazine:Martin: It takes years of students testing themselves in the very competitive “real world” before the lure of progressivism is forged into pragmatism.Cutler: The need for action is urgent. We have only a few years to get effective controls over greenhouse-gas emissions.
Letters to the Editor for Nov. 3, 2014 weekly magazine:Greene: As a child I was disciplined in the same way that Adrian Peterson disciplined his son, and though I am not for child abuse, there is nothing wrong with physical discipline. McPherson: Corporal punishment is never necessary. Elmasian: Conservatives trust three news outlets while the left trusts nine sources.
Letters to the Editor for Oct. 27, 2014 weekly magazine:Brown: The First Amendment gives all US citizens the right to “freedom of speech," which includes political donations.Hughes: Protecting animals is a common cause.Frank: Malala Yousafzai in an inspiration because of her unrelenting advocating for girls’ right to education.