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Readers in the Inland Northwest can submit letters to The Spokesman-Review. Letters should be no longer than 200 words and must include the writer's home street address and a daytime telephone number.

December 7
  • Take a private flight

    Page B11 Regarding Joan Kopczynski’s Nov. 30 letter complaining about the frustrations of airline travel:

  • Bible on homosexuality

    Page B11 I’m responding to Ken Campbell’s Dec. 2 letter, addressing a Nov. 22 column by Paul Graves. I know and respect Graves.

  • Store displays true spirit

    Page B11 Congratulations to Macy’s for again placing the Madonna-and-child display on their downtown building in the true spirit of Christmas.

  • Prefer cautious presidents

    Page B11 President Eisenhower rejected militarily responses to the Hungarian and Polish revolts of 1956 because his only real countermeasure was nuclear weapons. President Kennedy delayed airstrikes and invasion during the Cuban …

  • S-R is partisan

    Page B11 Forgive me if I missed it, but I do read The Spokesman-Review carefully each weekday, and found no coverage on the Jonathan Gruber revelation that to pass the Affordable Healthcare …

December 6