Letters to the Editor
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You would think that residents could express their concerns about the increased traffic that more and bigger festivals bring to Port Townsend without being scolded by your cartoonist not once, but in … more
Christine Cribb’s letter (Leader, July 24) shows an egregious lack of knowledge, and what appear to be purposefully misleading statements and name-calling. She cites a total of “nearly … more
I want to express my support for the mission of the World Health Organization. I have been blessed to spend time in and have friends in countries like Panama, Ecuador, and Nicaragua where the WHO … more
Stunned! Shocked! Dismayed beyond words, to hear a sitting president issue a call to arms against a United States governor - and not just one but three or four! This is something I never would have … more
Permit me to introduce you and your editorial staff to the asterisk. The asterisk (*) is a symbol used in printed material to represent, among other things, omitted letters or words. It is … more
Ms. Huenke wrote (Leader, Aug. 7) that defense chews up more than half of every tax dollar. This assertion is simply not true, and indicates a distressing lack of basic understanding about the … more
At the recent Jefferson Dems Fish Feast, Rep. Derek Kilmer spoke about some of the legislation introduced by House Democrats this year. When he described HR 1 as a bill that would control corporate … more
It is slanderous to claim my husband “thinks climate change is a hoax” when the real hoax is claiming that government can stop climate change.  The earth’s climate has changed … more
Your right to life is not given to you by the state (Exodus 20:13, life by definition includes livelihood, Deut. 24:6). Your right to leave (or stay in) your home is not given to you by the state. … more
What happens to the least of us affects the rest of us. If empathy, compassion and a sense of social justice doesn’t get this message across, perhaps fear will? Without medical care for all, … more
I would like to make the rural residents of Jefferson County aware of the movement to expand the marijuana growing and processing businesses to rural residential zones. I am fully aware of the … more
Your picture in the Nov. 23, 2016 issue of The Leader of the Kah Tai Lagoon and newly constructed Boat Haven, taken in 1965, prompted me to write this history of its expansion. In 1965 two of us … more
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