Letters to the Editor

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    Letter: Elections

    When it comes to presidential elections, my choice has lost about as many times as they have won. I don't whine or cry when they lose, nor do I set off fireworks when they win. I have never said or thought the people got it wrong when I've lost.

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    Letter: Killing ravens

    The Statesman's April 5 article "Ravens to be killed to aid sage grouse" was nothing short of horrifying. While the U.S. Bureau of Land Management lists the top three threats to the grouse as invasive plants, infrastructure and fire, (predators are a distant No. 10), and there is no evidence that...

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    Letter: Censored book

    A couple of well-placed cuss words, and a reference to masturbation:

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    Letter: Wolves and elk

    I am a former professor of biology and have conducted research on elk/wolf biology for 10 years. The Idaho Fish and Game issued a plan for Idaho's wilderness area for the elimination of

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    Letter: Medicare

    Republicans can take the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, which they consider a lemon, and make lemonade by replacing it with Improved Medicare for All. Medicare has a 40-year track record, is simple and has been successful. It would cover all U.S. citizens. Republicans then would be...

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    Letter: Planned Parenthood

    Perfect day, April Fools' Day, to discuss one of the greatest follies our nation has ever been dealt. Our tax dollars are being dumped into Planned Parenthood. Now, here is where it gets interesting. Since 1973 we have killed almost 60 million babies in the U.S. alone. Our Social Security system...

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    Letter: Brian Kellerman

    This letter is in response to Brian Kellerman's comments in his March 19 letter.

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    Letter: Mike Simpson

    Over the course of his public service, Rep. Mike Simpson has demonstrated that he represents Idaho's best interests. Recently, Mike co-sponsored Joint Resolution 2, also known as the Balanced Budget Amendment, in hopes of taking steps to address Washington's out-of-control spending.

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    Letter: Recycling glass

    You can recycle your glass containers. A company called Usful Glassworks (a nonprofit) will take your glassware. They help people with employment barriers find jobs through their glass repurposing program. They make glassware out of used wine, beer and spirit bottles. Their beautiful glassware is...

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    Letter: Medicaid

    Thanks for reprinting on April 7 the Lewiston Tribune editorial about Medicaid expansion.

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