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Letters, June 22

Susan Estrich’s column Susan Estrich forgot to mention that critical race theory also insists that you can’t study mathematics without taking race into acc...

Letters, June 21

Woke education: the new norm Oregonian reporter Betsy Hammond’s “State’s math, writing proficiency rules changing” outlines the goal of education policy by...

Letters, June 16

Steel, blacktop and grass Referring to the front page photo of the MT May 25, showing Wes Howard Memorial Park: Steel, blacktop and grass. Hotter temperatu...

Letters, June 15

Beats a ventilator What a waste of life: People are refusing the vaccine and still dying of COVID-19. Everybody wants life in Jackson County to return to n...

Letters, June 14

Passing bills to cut our bills All of us Oregonians can feel the effects of climate change. In Southern Oregon, we have witnessed devastating fires that ri...

Letters, June 8

Coronavirus protocol Just a note to let the Oregon Shakespeare Festival know how incredibly stupid it is to require patrons of the outdoor theater to wear ...

Letters, June 7

Almeda aftermath questions We shall be anxiously awaiting the independent review of the devastating Almeda fire last September. Along with what was done ri...

Letters, June 6

Jackson Country resolution Jackson County commissioners passed a resolution opposing “the mandate” for mask wearing, social distancing, lockdown and other ...

Letters, June 3

Female valedictorians Every year the Mail Tribune recognizes scholarship excellence in our local schools with a class valedictorian report, complete with p...

Online letters, June 2

War coverage distorted The coverage of the recent war by Hamas against Israel was horribly distorted by the liberal press to make Israel look bad. The purp...

Letters, June 2

An Oregon champion Oregonians will forever owe Gov. Kate Brown an enormous debt of gratitude for her courage in handling the coronavirus pandemic. Truth be...

Letters, June 1

Vaccine resistance Some people are hesitant to be vaccinated because of the “risk” involved. I wonder if they know that they risk getting hepatitis from ea...

Letters, May 30

Vaccine integrity Last year a friend asked me how I was making a decision about getting (or not) a COVID-19 vaccine. It seemed as though there were many vo...

Letters, May 28

Remembering Almeda On Sept. 8, 2020, over 2,600 of us survived the Almeda firestorm. I had rented at Trenton Square in Talent for eight and a half years. A...

Letters, May 27

Why I got vaccinated Unvaccinated people kept telling me the vaccine would give me long-term health problems. I don’t know if that’s true or not but what I...

Letters, May 26

Thomas column was in error On Saturday, the MT opinion page featured a column by Cal Thomas championing anti-abortion laws being enacted in Mississippi. Th...

Letters, May 25

Disgruntled Oregonians Each time I read that Mike McCarter and his followers in rural Oregon have more in common with the pro-Trump, anti-tax conservatives...

Letters, May 24

Economic hardship in our area Many local businesses including shops, restaurants, live and movie theaters, sports venues, river rafting, tour boats, airlin...

Letters, May 23

Bravo to last week’s vaccine opinion I understand some favor vaccine “passports” because they fear being infected by the unvaccinated. With respect I would...

Letters, May 21

Bentz and the Jan. 6 commission On Wednesday, Congressman Cliff Bentz joined several dozen other GOP representatives to vote to form a special 9/11-like co...