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October 7, 1990
When I turn on the news, I want in-depth reporting and someone with intelligence doing the reporting. Among the three major network anchors, Dan Rather is my choice every night. Jim Kosner, Laguna Hills
March 31, 1996
Myron S. Crespin still does not get it when he compares "junk mail" to "junk news" in newspapers ("It's Unfair to Call It 'Junk Mail,' " Letters, March 10). It's choice. If I get a paper delivered every day, it's because I requested it. If I don't like it, I can cancel it. Give me the same choice with junk mail. Got it? JERRY BARNES Reseda
July 12, 2008
Brandon Jennings [July 10] is not a trend-setter, he ran out of options. To spin this as if he is helping mankind and pushing back at the NBA and the NCAA is almost laughable. He does not have a choice, because the choice he made was to work on his crossover while other kids did their homework. Jeff Wolf Encino
October 26, 2000
I read Patti Davis' article ("Abortion: The Tragic, Forgotten Reality," Oct. 13) with great sadness. The stories she related were heart-wrenching indeed, yet those affected most by those hard decisions she illustrated were barely mentioned: the unborn children--they are the tragic, forgotten reality in abortion. Two years ago, my brother and his wife adopted a child who is such an integral, delightful, joyful part of our family. How grateful we all are to the birth mother and father who were selfless enough to bless the lives of our family with the child they were not ready to raise.
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