Arrow-right Camera
Go to e-Edition Sign up for newsletters Customer service
Subscribe now
Opinion >  Letters

The Cowles’ position

Stacey Cowles disgraced himself on the pages of his family’s newspaper by endorsing Donald Trump. His own words make the case for voting against Trump. The Cowles family’s position in this town, and their history of any possible good works, have been forever tainted. Mr. Cowles’ words from this point forward should carry no weight. Perhaps Mr. Cowles should brush up on his Shakespeare and reread the St. Crispian Day’s speech in Henry V. If he did, and understood the implications, he might stop sounding like the generational silver spooner he is, who deludes himself with thoughts of hitting a triple when he was actually born on third base.

Jody M. Cramsie



Letters policy

The Spokesman-Review invites original letters on topics of public interest. Your letter must adhere to the following rules:

  • No more than 250 words
  • We reserve the right to reject letters that are not factually correct, racist or are written with malice.
  • We cannot accept more than one letter a month from the same writer.
  • With each letter, include your daytime phone number and street address.
  • The Spokesman-Review retains the nonexclusive right to archive and re-publish any material submitted for publication.
Unfortunately, we don’t have space to publish all letters received, nor are we able to acknowledge their receipt.
Click here to learn more.

Submit letters using any of the following:

Our online form

Mail: Letters to the Editor
The Spokesman-Review
999 W. Riverside Ave.
Spokane, WA 99201

Fax: (509) 459-3815
Questions?: (509) 459-5430