To The Daily Sun,
On Tuesday the 28th, one of your letters noted how many cartoons (an overwhelming number) are anti Trump. That writer also pointed out to you that anti-Trump citizens are only about one half our population. The editor's excuse at the bottom was a weak and transparent one. This paper, we all know, more the leans left and has ever more so since the election of President Trump. I don't so much mind that as I mind your trying to convince readers that you are unbiased. Please respect your readers enough not to think we are all fools.
A few of my fellow conservative writers have also been complaining that some of their letters never do see print in your paper. This would be a major change from when Ed Engler was running the operation there. Perhaps some closer attention to details by the printers?
Isn't Denise Burke the clever one, asking if the fetus we save is gay will we still respect it's rights? The answer to that is yes, Denise. Now did you support the rights of Milo Yiannopoulos's free speech out in Calinfornia last spring? How about Sarah Palin's or any of the many other conservatives speakers refused on campuses — shouted down or driven off by violent riots? Until the left can hold itself up as the paragon of citizens rights like they make out your question is an exercise in hypocrisy, Denise.
- Written by Edward Engler
- Category: Letters
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