Letters to the Editor Geof Spry
long as any politically useful segment of the American electorate
believes that preachers can cure cancer with their bare hands or that
intelligence is a product of education rather than a pr
Letters to the Editor Nathaniel Batchelder
Republicans like Jonathan Small (Commentary, “The problem is cost, not coverage,” Oct. 9, Gazette) have
shut down the government and threaten default on America’s debts
because they could not get their way by legitimate means on three
Letters to the Editor Joe Moore
For “gun-control” politicians: On one side of the issue are roughly a hundred thousand armed criminals (bad guys). On the other side are a hundred million lawful, responsible gun owners (good guys) who are definitely not part of the problem.
Letters to the Editor E. R. Kelly
When in your first remarks about Rush (Life, Film, Sept. 25, Gazette) you refer to "Formula One jerks,” you expose your ignorance of the top racing series in the world.
Letters to the Editor Lynn Rambo-Jones
Each year, Gov. Mary Fallin sponsors a food bank drive asking state
employees to contribute. The food collected is donated to the Regional
Food Bank of Oklahoma. On first consideration, this seems like a
Letters to the Editor Joe Gatz
So Oklahoma House Representative Dan Fisher has a problem with OKC Theatre Company’s production of The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told (Performing Arts, “Questionably Fabulous,” Nov. 13, Oklahoma Gazette)? Or is it Senior Pastor Dan Fisher?