Topic: Fairness Doctrine
Whatever the motivations for the IRS targeting conservative groups, it has drawn condemnation from across the political spectrum. Liberals also worry the scandal will feed right-wing paranoia of government. But for conservatives, fear of federal agencies is rooted in history, not hysteria.
Letters to the Editor for the weekly print issue of June 18, 2012: How can a conservative compromise with a position that is totally against his or her own political, economic, and social philosophy? An important option for one's retirement years is learning stuff, at a low cost.
Faced with growing criticism about his many years as a Washington insider, Newt Gingrich has launched a new website "Answering the Attacks." But some across the political spectrum continue to raise questions about his professional and personal record.
11/19/2011 12:48 pm
Republicans have long argued that the problem with the economy is too much government and too much regulation. By freezing spending and cutting taxes, is President Obama agreeing with them?
12/13/2010 03:20 pm
Readers write in about labor, tunnels in Gaza, funding, and loud America.
03/21/2010 01:05 am
He isn't yet. But others risk conflating Neo-Nazis and Newt Gingrich, lynchers and Rush Limbaugh.
06/12/2009 01:00 am
Readers write about the bailout of the Big Three, relations between the US and Nicaragua, how France can learn a lesson from Obama's election, and why the Fairness Doctrine should be reinstated.
12/10/2008 12:00 am
Readers write about reinstating the Fairness Doctrine, why the UN Security Council must present a united front, ways to make coal- burning waste a useful byproduct, and what Obama can do to save the US economy.
11/26/2008 12:00 am
Do we really want the government to be talk radio's nanny?
11/25/2008 12:00 am
Readers write about the US government's role in the global tobacco industry, whether the Democrats will end partisanship in Washington, and Europe's reaction to the election of Barack Obama.
11/20/2008 12:00 am