Letters to the Editor

Uphold due process of Mueller investigation

This is an urgent plea for Congress to resist Trump and the GOP attempts to stop Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller from his investigation of the… Continue reading

 

Don’t close America’s doors to others

An open letter to President Trump. Dear Mr. President: Apparently you are not aware that Norwegians have been immigrating to our continent for hundreds of… Continue reading

 

Generosity is changing girls’ lives

I have always believed the North Kitsap community to be one with a big heart. That conviction was confirmed this week when the fundraiser, “Game… Continue reading

 

Concerned about pedestrian safety

Just a note to tell you that I really like your editorials about pedestrian safety: “Make pedestrian safety a priority” (Dec. 29), “What residents say… Continue reading

  • Jan 18, 2018

We need Olds’ voice of reason and sense of outrage

I’d like to give a shout of support for columnist Marylin Olds. I count on her voice of reason and sense of outrage — just… Continue reading

God bless our law enforcement officers

I would like those that have previously signed Initiative 940, which would change standards for police use of deadly force — and those that would… Continue reading

March for rights, empowerment, equality

I enjoyed reading Marilyn Olds’ online article, “Return of the Gilded Age of Robber Barons,” in the Dec. 22 Kitsap Daily News. But I was… Continue reading

Rules apparently don’t apply on state ferries

I would like to speak on behalf of the 90 percent of ferry boat riders at the Bremerton Ferry Terminal who wait on the correct… Continue reading

The White House as change agent for America

I really liked the comparison of Donald Trump to Archie Bunker (“The White House as 1970s sitcom,” page A4, Jan. 5 North Kitsap Herald). The… Continue reading

Leverage forest holdings to create affordable housing

Earl Nightingale (1921-1989) is credited with saying, “Everything begins with an idea.” Here is an idea: Kudos to the coalition of Kitsap donors, Tribes and… Continue reading

Pedestrian safety must be a priority

Thank you for your provocative editorial (Dec. 28) regarding pedestrian incidents in Poulsbo and the city’s priorities — or lack thereof — in addressing them.… Continue reading

Slow to learn what Ayn Rand knew

The Marylin Olds view of history only displays criticism and contempt for the visionary leaders that pioneered and brought prosperity as this great nation was… Continue reading

The White House as 1970s sitcom

Is the old television sitcom “All in the Family” the real reason more than 60 million American voters preferred Archie Bunker for President, as well… Continue reading

Oppose the limiting of the Antiquities Act of 1906

Today, I read an article about a proposed law to limit the Antiquities Act of 1906, which empowers the president to create new national monuments… Continue reading

Reflections on winter in Poulsbo

At a grocery store above PoulsboI wheeled the wobbly cart out slowto see the season’s bright first snowof this winter’s logbook yet. It started its… Continue reading

It’s just a way to try to obfuscate the truth

I enjoyed reading Alan Jackson’s Dec. 22 letter to the editor (“Transitions require flexibility in Logan Act,” page A4, North Kitsap Herald). It is what… Continue reading

Take serious action before another life is lost

“Try to come up with solutions.” Really? The recent article in the North Kitsap Herald which covered the tragic death of one of our elderly… Continue reading

Appoint Abby Garland to the Poulsbo City Council

Now that John R. Bukowsky has decided not to accept the Poulsbo City Council position, Abby Garland should be considered as the appointee to the… Continue reading

Congress should just tell the truth about the tax ‘scam’

Beyond all of the needless cruelty done to children, seniors, veterans, teachers and heroes currently serving in our military, perhaps the worst thing about the… Continue reading

No ‘Nyet’ yet, but lawyers in hand

Alan Jackson wrote a lengthy letter to the editor for the Nov. 17 issue of the Herald. In it, he revealed a list of what… Continue reading