Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

President Trump bungles call

Four Green Berets were ambushed and killed two weeks ago. Monday, President Trump was asked why he had not yet addressed the tragedy. Typical Trump, he began to lash out at President Obama’s handling of such matters.

Letters to the Editor

Privatized foster care a failure in Florida

When Sens. Orrin Hatch and Ron Wyden, the chairman and ranking member respectively of the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance, released findings from a two-year investigation into foster care privatization, it did more than reveal “abuse, neglect and system failures at every level.”

Letters to the Editor

Next election, vote as an American

The 2016 election showed the great divide that exists in our country. Nowhere is this more evident than in Michael Gable’s Oct. 9 letter, “Trump in 2020,” where he states: “Now you know exactly how many of us felt about Barack Obama.”

Letters to the Editor

WLRN and school district must part ways

Re the Oct. 8 article, “WLRN, Dade school district move toward station deal": I am among those who find it shocking that WLRN is dancing like a trained bear to every order it gets from the Miami-Dade School District, while bragging about its editorial independence and integrity.

Letters to the Editor

NRA stance on gun control is extremist

In response to the letter to the editor by Buddy Newman, “NRA not to blame,” on Oct. 5 where he equated the carnage in Las Vegas to abortions — I think the NRA should be held responsible, if not liable, for these mass killings, whenever they happen.

Letters to the Editor

NRA not to blame

I’m reading and hearing dozens and dozens of stories about how the NRA should be held culpable for the tragic deaths in Las Vegas, mainly because of their lobbying efforts and their political contributions to Congress.

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