Letters to the Editor
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Unlimited military spending on our “Military Industrial Complex” causes other countries to spend scarce monies to defend themselves from the “New World Order” empire. We … more
You’ve taken her from her life below.She’s a living thing, not a carnival show.The movements in this conscious beingAre not entertainment, but attempted fleeing.So do the right thing, let … more
In “Move fast and break (other people’s) things” (April 3, 2019), Dean Miller argues not for a preferred side of history, but a preferred time in history. Anytime pre-Internet will … more
On Feb 25, 2019, unknown suspects shot a one-eyed horse in the chest with a BB gun at close range, pursued the animal into the pasture and shot him three more times in the hind quarters as he ran … more
In the article about the recent event sponsored by the National Parks Conservation Association and the Sound Defense Alliance (“Sound Defense Alliance Organizes Against Growlers”) that … more
If you stay herethere’s a chance that you mightfall in love with a fisherman orhis boat or the placewhere clouds bow over the bay. By water I’ve come to rest,to recognize the need to … more
In 2018, the Navy spilled over 300,000 gallons of raw sewage into Puget Sound. Now they want to save $30 million by not upgrading their antiquated wastewater treatment system on Indian Island, a … more
I found Gene Farr's recent letter concerning the evils of Socialism and student brainwashing to be one of the most condescending in recent memory.  You are certainly entitled to your own … more
For the past seven years, I have had the honor of being a member of the Olympic Area Agency on Aging’s (O3A) Advisory Council (AC). Currently, we are recruiting two more individuals from … more
In the 3-20-2019 issue of The Leader, there was a letter to the editor from a writer in Olympia about Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund. That letter characterizes CELDF as an organization … more
I am appalled that our school kids are being manipulated into becoming activists for socialist political causes.  To get them to participate in the students climate protest, they were clearly … more
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If you drink city water or water from a well in the county, you should be concerned.  Pope resources clearcut more than 2000 acres in Jefferson County in 2018 and are scheduled to clearcut even … more
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