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  • Tiller story incomplete

    June 7, 2009 in Letters Now that you have printed two pictures depicting the man who murdered the abortionist as a killer, how about printing one of the many babies from his late-term abortions that …

  • We’re paying for GOP policy

    June 7, 2009 in Letters To let GM and Chrysler go out of business would be a huge mistake. In our perilous times, if we needed war production, could we depend on foreign-owned companies? Ford … 2

  • Recklessness deserves penalties

    June 7, 2009 in Letters Once again Spokane County, to its credit, has put the Spokane River off limits due to flood-stage water levels, dangerous currents, undertows and other dangers. Yet, as usual, someone has … 1

  • Not so fast, Big Unit

    June 7, 2009 in Sports Others may celebrate Randy Johnson’s 300th victory, but I will wait until he gets to 301. While Lou Piniella was managing the Seattle Mariners, he manufactured a win for Johnson …

  • Rush can’t handle truth

    June 7, 2009 in Letters President Obama has made his selection for the Supreme Court. It is Sonia Sotomayor, and the long knives are already out.

  • FDR’s answers flawed

    June 7, 2009 in Letters Mr. McKeehan (“Left had answers in WWII,” Letters, May 24) wrote how the “leftist socialists” (Franklin Roosevelt and the Democrats in Congress) handled Stalin, Hitler and Pearl Harbor.

  • Clark unbeatable

    June 7, 2009 in Letters Obviously, one unfortunate reader has failed miserably attempting to read through your newspaper lines for negatives which simply do not exist (“Clean out your desk, Clark,” letters, May 30).

  • Close call restored reality

    June 7, 2009 in Letters There has been much hubbub among the road cycling community on the South Hill recently regarding “sharing the road.” The perception is some of the road cyclists have decided not … 2

  • Elderly day center service vital

    June 7, 2009 in Letters Hats off to Jim Lippold, the executive director of Providence Adult Day Health centers who, despite cut-offs in state funding for the elderly day centers, has “upheld the mission of …