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  • Hydrogen holds promise

    May 8, 2010 in Letters I am not an environmentalist. However, the recent oil spill might cause us to take another look at clean, available hydrogen fuel. The National Hydrogen Conference and Expo was held …

  • Sterling’s sweet deal

    May 8, 2010 in Letters With Sterling’s books dripping with red ink, the Fed told them to recapitalize and add assets to their balance sheet. First the Treasury Department gave them TARP money and then … 1

  • Offshore oil isn’t worth risk

    May 8, 2010 in Letters I have never had much of an opinion toward offshore drilling. But after this recent oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, I’m starting to develop one. 2

  • Still Spokane’s finest

    May 8, 2010 in Letters I’ve written as a Spokane Police Department officer before, but today I’m just me. Much has been said about the SPD and its troubles. We certainly have seen better days, …

  • Wasted life matter of choice

    May 8, 2010 in Letters I was driving down Division Street on Saturday when I passed a group of people at Franklin Park who were taking part in the Global Marijuana March. They were standing …

  • Facts support invasion fears

    May 8, 2010 in Letters Bernadine Van Thiel’s response (May 2) to a letter from Jeff Sims cannot go unchallenged. Like all who practice revisionist history, Ms. Van Thiel is wrong.

  • No apologies required

    May 8, 2010 in Letters Regarding Bernadine Van Thiel’s letter, “Fear of U.S. explained” (May 2), it seems there is no end to these passive, critical letters condemning the United States for dropping the A-bomb …

  • Peace overtures give hope

    May 8, 2010 in Letters This afternoon, I received the May issue of my Veterans of Foreign Wars magazine, which is mainly devoted to all Americans contemplating Memorial Day. The cover picture shows a member …