CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 14, 1987
I enjoyed your article on wolves (Part I, Nov. 2). You presented a well-researched and informative piece. The issue of reintroduction of the wolf touches upon our commitment to a real natural preserve, not sanitized to serve particular economic or recreational interests. Management of the wolves, cattle and indemnification can resolve the problems for the ranchers. Predators are often convenient targets in instances of range and stock mismanagement. Certainly, there is ample evidence that the deer and elk populations will benefit from the return of their most skillful manager, the wolf.
October 28, 1990
A wolf in sheep's clothing is still a wolf. An X-rated movie with an NC-17 rating is still an X-rated movie. I respectfully ask you to not advertise NC-17 movies. Otherwise, our family will be forced to get our news elsewhere. LINDA MURRAY, Sun Valley
June 13, 2008 |
China denied accusations by Reps. Frank R. Wolf (R-Va.) and Christopher H. Smith (R-N.J.) that it had hacked into their computers, saying it wasn't capable of such cyber-crime. "Is there any evidence? . . . Do we have such advanced technology? Even I don't believe it," Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang said. Wolf and Smith said Wednesday that their office computers had been hacked into by people working from China. Both are critics of China's human rights record.