By DICK PETERSON
Like many journalists, Kathleen Parker's syndicated guest opinion (Jan.5) refers twice to our Founding Fathers to vaguely support her partisan views. In this case it is to justify growing wealth disparity.
A writer’s recent comment to another newspaper was on target: “A political party that has fought to hinder the implementation of Obamacare in every way imaginable and in many states refused to set up a marketplace is having its own hissy fit about the difficulties in delaying enrollment.” Yes,...
Recently Dispatch editor Keith Hansen has had multiple editorials that implicitly touch on the universally relevant concept of justice. But the Dispatch's definition of the nature of justice is far from clear and the subject deserves comment.
The June 23 Dispatch's guest opinion by a local pastor was titled, "Jesus the Messiah Is No Myth." The July 1 edition had a response from a biology and chemistry teacher titled, "Christianity: Pious Fiction, Fantasy.