Letters to the Editor for Nov. 17, 2014 weekly magazine:Barnshaw: Increasing the amount of renewable energy will push down the price.Aeschbach: We must work toward creating a secular Israel where all religious and nonreligious people have equal rights.
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.
Letters to the Editor for Oct. 20, 2014 weekly magazine:Berlet: Renewable energy won't solve the world's energy problems. Soule: Low minimum wages and a growing income gap are putting pressure on the economy.
Letters to the Editor for Oct. 13, 2014 weekly magazine:Weeden: Just because people retire doesn't mean they can't contribute to societyMcintire: Political finance is an issue we should all be worried about
Letters to the Editor for September 29, 2014 weekly magazine:Crawford: Everyone has a duty to help end domestic violence.
Letters to the Editor for September 29, 2014 weekly magazine:Keller: If we don't control wildfires, it will eradicate our forests.Frank: With new airstrikes in Iraq, the United States may be setting itself up for another costly and lengthy battle.
Letters to the Editor for September 22, 2014 weekly magazine:Green: Spiritual leaders should call for peace not war.Price: Clicking on sensational pictures shapes our consciousness and our world.
Letters to the Editor for September 15, 2014 weekly magazine:Krashen: Common core doesn't fix the real problem of education– poverty.Budd: Though the number of women in the United Kingdom's parliament doubled, the percentage of women is still too small.
Letters to the Editor for September 8, 2014 weekly magazine:Freidenrich: Gov. Rick Perry in trouble for political bullying.Bloustein: Americans shrug off faulty intelligence in attempt to rescue James Foley.Pape: To fix education, schools should students should learn subjects for longer.
Letters to the Editor for September 1, 2014 weekly magazine:Waddell: Michael Brown was denied due process when shot by police. Christian: California doesn’t just need to rethink its water management practices, it needs to rethink its growth.
Letters to the Editor for August 18 and 25, 2014 weekly magazine:Tyrrell: Gangbangers, children, innocent, and guilty are all caught up in violence in Chicago.Herzog: We shouldn't allow Americans who fight in Syria to return to our country.
Letters to the Editor for August 11, 2014 weekly magazine:Kovach: In 1988, Iran Air Flight 655, a civiian plane, was shot down by the USS Vincennes.Uberuaga: Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl will return to active duty only until it is determined if he will be court-martialed.Geist: Congress might be divided, but the American people aren't.
Letters to the Editor for August 4, 2014 weekly magazine:Ore: Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl shouldn't be returned to active duty. He has paid his dues.Frank: Freedom of speech protects all speech, not just the speech we agree with.
Letters to the Editor for July 28, 2014 weekly magazine:Willis: There is nothing like the feeling of receiving a hand written letterLozer: Santa Barbara shoots showed problems of society's oversexualiztion Gibel: Good parenting skills can be taught
Letters to the Editor for July 21, 2014 weekly magazine:Gann: Actions taken by Israel in rounding up people suspected of complicity in the kidnapping were entirely legitimate. Horacek: High levels of student loans amongst recent graduates mean they won't be able to save for their future children's college
Letters to the Editor for July 7, 2014 weekly magazine:BYRD: Since the primary goal of college is education, it's time to start paying NCAA football coaches less than the faculty.EMERSON: Grammar changes that make punctuation and spelling easier should be welcomed and encouraged.
Letters to the Editor for the June 23, 2014 weekly magazine:SEDAN: The May 12 cover story, 'The Nordic way,' reminded me of Sweden’s program to tackle its post-World War II housing shortages – which could be a model for the US.JOHNSON: There are those who understand and honor the promise and vision of the Constitution and those who can’t seem to see beyond a simplistic, self-serving interpretation of its letter.
We take issue with Svante E. Cornell’s characterization of the Nagorno-Karabakh (Artaskh in Armenian) conflict in his June 10 op-ed “Why America must step up its role in resolving Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict.”