To The Daily Sun,
This letter has been a long time coming because it's taken me some time to find the words to use to send (regular Daily Sun Letter to the Editor writer James Veverka) the well-deserved praise you and others are due.
A lot of people read The Daily Sun each day. We are lucky to have an Editor Ed Engler, who prints letters without editing. And your letters (Mr. Veverka) are very much appreciated and respected for their factual and honest content, presented without hysteria.
The research and depth are obvious. We highly value the knowledge you impart. While it is sad that there are some readers who don't care about basic facts (Their motto could be: "Don't try to confuse me with facts; my mind is already made up.") and don't appreciate what you write, please know there are many more who support you. The majority is thankful that you expose and counter the insanities and untruths that the "bubble boys" are peddling.
We cheer each time you discuss the obvious drastic changes to our climate due to human actions.
You remind us that one doesn't have to worship God to show goodness toward or care about our fellow human beings.
You and others continue to point out the inconsistencies, contradictions and outright lies we find printed almost every single day. Sometimes I wonder if those few people just willfully ignore reality and don't care if they're telling the truth or not as long as they can push their agenda.
I've said it before, and it bears repeating, that people who are fortunate enough to live in this country have an unalienable right to Freedom of Speech, to print and verbalize their opinions. But that does not excuse or justify the way they continually change or alter the facts, or ignore them altogether, no matter what they are writing about.
Thanks again James, George, Paula, Kay, all of the Huots, Ed Allard and all the other writers who submit letters which inform, educate and keep us up to date. Part of the never-ending learning process is keeping up with the latest facts and figures. Please know that you are much appreciated.
Many times your protagonists reach so far back into the past, but then (willfully?) neglect mention that their information is outdated, unproven, or comes from suspect or fraudulent sources.
(Editor's note: As hard as it is for some readers to believe, The Daily Sun does edit the letters that are submitted for content. Some of the words used do not get printed.)
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