Letters

Assessing the three farces

More opinions on the presidential candidates

Product of Affirmative Action Stealing jobs from qualified white men is part of the system. H-1B is only a small addition (City Lights, March 31, “Engineers Get Axed, Then Train Foreign Replacements”) In 1959, the ...

One big farce

Readers weigh in on the presidential candidates

Bernie as Moe Thank you for highlighting the absurdity of the 2016 Presidential follies. Instead of voters casting ballots for the candidates, Hollywood should be casting them in a Three Stooges movie with Bernie Sanders ...

Letters about stories and letters

North Should Be on Top Re: “Big Beer Invades East Village” Sprawled across pages 18 and 19 is a good picture that shows all sorts of detail, but the way you have it shown is ...

Letters: Misinformation, redundancy, and regret

Helping a Trivial Number Re: News Ticker, “Take a Hike, Bikers” The attempt by Little Italy’s Business Improvement District to preserve parking spaces rather than allocate street space for bike lanes through the heart of ...

Erudite readers write in

Also: Gary defends his position on Tijuana

Invincible Ignorance I had to laugh when I read Joe Deegan’s article on the history of World War I. This person is an historical illiterate, and does not know what he is talking about. The ...

To Gary from Carlsbad

Readers respond to letter writer who doesn't care about Tijuana

What a Difference a Zero Makes Re: “The Glamour Track Is Mountain Lion,” February 25 cover story I’m wondering if the writer meant 400-600 mountain lions populating San Diego County rather than 4000-6000 (noted in ...

Letter-writer garners fan base

Vote Amberger

Go Team, Go A great letter by Mr. Amberger in your latest edition (February 18), with which I agree 100 percent. Count me as one among the “tens of thousands of people in San Diego ...

Letters to the Reader

A potpourri of subjects

Get Your Latin Straight Matt Potter’s cover story is very interesting. All about how Susan Golding and city hall and the power structure stuck it to us, sold us down the river to Dean Spanos. ...

Enamored with Wall Street

A letter to Don Bauder

Re: “‘Guaranteed Growth Rate.’ Hmm,” City Lights, January 14 Don Bauder, now in his 80s, has had an illustrious career reporting on financial scams over the years. It is unfortunate that after all these years ...

Public banking, Colombus, tiny houses, and ethnic reviews

We Deserve Public Banking As a lifelong San Diego resident, I must address impending financial burdens. The San Diego Reader has reported on the economics of our city, most recently addressing Imperial Beach (Neighborhood News: ...

Letters from A to the back page

The Stadium Is Shot Re: News Ticker, January 21: “An Option: Chargers Stay, Qualcomm Gets Facelift” [Don Bauder] says all Qualcomm needs is to be prettied up. Well, I hate to tell you, but the ...

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