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Letters

Stop using The Journal for ideological battles

To the editor: The best thing about mornings is a cup of coffee, my desk, and my morning papers. Lately I’ve become frustrated with the long drawn out ideological battles being published in the Letters section of the Opinion page. Being a progressive Democrat, I realize that I live in a ...

CSJT and Critical Thinking

To the editor: In her letter of 11/27, Casey McMullen repeats the assertion that I have conceded the correctness of her position on LTBTQ rights. That assertion is inaccurate. What I stated is that the state bullying statute is ambiguous — that it lends itself to two interpretations and is ...

Concord Singers say thanks

To the editor: The Concord Singers would like to thank our international comrades, sister city Neu Ulm, the nation and the Community of New Ulm for all of the heartfelt messages and congrats during our 90th Anniversary Concert Celebration! We would especially like to thank the Brown County ...

Critical thinking

To the editor: For the sake of clarity, I would like to briefly summarize the discussion that has taken place over the past few weeks centering on LGBTQ rights in our public schools. On 11/1 a letter was published questioning the fact that the school board was undergoing an equity training, ...

Kindness, empathy, and respect afforded to all

To the editor: A Nov. 22 letter to the editor referred to a “truth that kindness, empathy, and respect should be afforded to all”. This writer also mentioned these true and noble goals, along with compassion, in other letters (c.f. Nov. 8, Nov. 10, Nov. 13-14). KINDNESS and COMPASSION: ...

Support students where they are

To the editor: Michael Thom has written many recent letters concerning the support given to LGBTQ students in public schools. A basic flaw in his most recent letter, which seems to be the basis of his concern, requires a response. Michael is under the impression schools are presenting and ...