CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 4, 1993
The real outrage is the abuse of our border itself. The April 24 photo showed 62 illegal aliens and one patrol car. The Times adds to the outrage by maligning the Border Patrol, and encouraging illegal aliens to come in freely, and flood us with ever-rising tides of drugs, gangs, welfare, illegitimate children and an oversupply of legitimate children through abuse of welfare programs. Stop already! WILLIAM T. PARKER Woodland Hills
January 3, 2009
Re "Madoff an outrage to L.A.'s Jewish," Dec. 24 Bernard L. Madoff's alleged Ponzi scheme is not only an outrage to L.A.'s Jews but to all people. All religions have one thing in common: They are made up of human beings. Individuals like Madoff exist in all religions. We must guard against those who would violate the code of human morality, no matter what religious group they belong to. David Hertz Tarzana
May 11, 2013
Re "Lawmakers hear official's account of Benghazi events," May 8 After failing to connect President Obama to any real scandals, Republicans have resurrected the 8-month-old attack in Benghazi, Libya. This, while also taking a shot at Hillary Rodham Clinton, a potential presidential candidate. Conservatives claim their outrage stems from the fact that four Americans died in the attack. Yet they cannot muster similar outrage over the nearly 4,500 dead U.S. servicemen and women in Iraq or the 3,000 dead from the 9/11 attacks.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 28, 1987
My reaction was horror when I first read the report (Times, May 20) of the tragic polar bear attack at the Prospect Park Zoo in Brooklyn. But, as the day went on and I heard the news reported by the electronic media my horror was surpassed by outrage. My outrage is at the media, which took great pains to make sure we heard all the gory details, especially how the killer bears were killed with 20 blasts from two shotguns and emptying a .38 caliber revolver into them. After which they were cut open to see if there were bodies inside.
April 27, 2004
Every hunting and fishing article brings outrage from the Disney crowd. Passive non-consumers want to be spectators at a giant zoo. I want to be truly one with nature. I enjoy being in the game. Let the spectators watch the Discovery Channel, and during the commercials they can wash their hair. Pete Balwan Glendale
June 23, 1985
What idiocy! I hope this is one of thousands of letters of outrage regarding your E.T. cover. You have certainly reached a new low in publishing. CLAUDE JOHNSON Hollywood