Letters to the Editor Mickey McVay
Rob Bennett (Letters, “Ignorance isn’t bliss,” June 29) finds fault with Oklahoma Gazette for publishing my views on various subjects. Like many liberals, he does not bother to check the facts,
Letters to the Editor John D. Carlson
On behalf of all the dust balls who cannot speak for themselves, I feel
that it is incumbent upon me to express a measure of indignant outrage
at their — that is, the dust balls — stereotypical portrayal as being
intolerantly homophobic (“Gay people living openly with homophobic dust
balls” illustration by cartoonist P.S. Mueller, July 6, Gazette).
Letters to the Editor D.W. Tiffee
Jason Reese (Commentary, “Point: For legislative authority,” July 13,
Gazette) says that “education is the centerpiece of not only personal
advancement, but national prosperity and, therefore, security,” but
believes the delusional Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs can solve
higher education’s woes.
Letters to the Editor M. Doty
To Tom Furlong (Letter, “Agree and disagree,” July 6, Gazette): You need
to get off of the fence. You can’t agree and then disagree and then
judge someone for what they are or how they feel … just because they are
different from you.
Letters to the Editor Brandon Wertz
In the June 1 edition of the Gazette, Mickey McVay wrote a scathing
letter (“Discouraging words”) implying that the negative names that
liberals use to define conservatives detract from intelligent political
conversation (a letter I rebuked in the June 15 issue with “The gospel
according to a ‘liberal’”).
Commentary Jason Reese
Conservatives, especially those of a traditional bent like me, are often
rightfully criticized for being downers. We gripe and moan about how
things were better in the old days and that we don’t know where we are
headed, but it sure looks like we are in a handbasket.