Letters to the Editor
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We have a constitution that guarantees our rights to certain freedoms. I am proud of those who stand up for these rights: protesters, press, Democrats in Congress, the justice system and individuals … more
While I consciously shop locally as much as is possible, I took my dollars out of town until Quimper Mercantile opened its doors. Our wonderful independents have inspired stuff that I purchase and … more
As a member of the coveted “1 percent,” I am relieved and ecstatic that the new administration virtually guarantees my free benefits will continue to flow unabatedly. I was worried that with all … more
Merilee Nyland Evans and her husband, Daniel Evans, were indeed fortunate to escape incarceration in Guatemala. U.S. citizens traveling internationally are often unaware that our State Department … more
Regarding the couple from Port Townsend who found themselves in potential danger in Guatemala: It seems very odd to me that someone would go to a predominantly Catholic country where abortion is … more
Washingtonians understandably take pride in our state’s tradition of transparency in public affairs. However, this transparency is becoming increasingly murky. An example is the recent action in … more
I am a retired naval officer and fully support the Growlers’ electronic warfare mission. That means I also support the need to have Growler pilots and flight crews trained to use the aircraft … more
The first day our Realtor handed us the keys to our home here in 2011, a driver passing a semi on Beaver Valley Road forced me to the shoulder. I thought to myself, “How lucky this portion has a … more
Sen. Bob Hasegawa introduced a bill into the Washington State Senate on Feb. 21 that would create a publicly owned state bank. “The Washington Investment Trust will keep taxpayer dollars in our … more
Regarding the immigration issues facing us, I think that nations have the right and responsibility to define who their citizens are and are not, and who will receive the benefits of citizenship or … more
A letter in last week’s Leader edition referenced the high price of goods and service in Port Townsend. While I, too, have experienced such sticker shocks, I have also been pleasantly surprised the … more
Sport Townsend has become a casualty of Quimper Mercantile. After almost 27 years since it opened, I was forced to close this iconic outdoor retail store Feb. 11. I managed this thriving business … more
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