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I appreciate how respectful you were in showing the candidates from both parties on your magazine’s cover. It was refreshing to see nice photos of each side rather than obviously bad photos of the “opposing” party as some publications do.
—Patty Puser / Chico, Calif.
A vote for a Democratic Party candidate is a vote to further the downfall of America. How about running an article comparing life in America under President Trump versus life in America under President Biden?
—Paul Matlock / Pagosa Springs, Colo.
I challenge WORLD to interview Mike Lindell, whose knowledge of fraudulent voting machines is extensive. Americans are justified in their distrust of our voting systems.
—Kathy Connors / Medina, Wash.
Mary Jackson continues to keep us informed about transgender trends, which now include the courageous voices of detransitioners. May God use and protect them.
—Cheryl Irish / Bastrop Texas
I was very encouraged by this well-written article. It is so good to see some truth bubbling to the surface in our current cultural chaos.
—Shelley Merritt / Wichita, Kan.
Wild experiments seem to be going on everywhere in our country today, replacing our system of government, our rules, our morals.
—Trent Landenberg / Apex, N.C.
This article proves that Nineteen Eighty-Four is alive and well in India, with the state of Karnataka passing a bill discouraging religious conversions. So much for “freedom of religion.” To be fair, George Orwell’s book is alive and well elsewhere, too, like right here in the U.S.
—Joan Brauning / Williamsport, Pa.
As a father of young daughters who peruse the pages of your magazine, I was not shocked by your inclusion of Ukrainian war images. They woke me from my comfortable American slumber and inclined my heart toward these poor people.
—Mike Hill / Milaca, Minn.
I want to add my voice to those who support the decision to include images of the Ukrainian war. Without such vivid reminders, war can be an abstract concept. Demonstrating the humanity of those victims is useful and important journalism.
—Reed Martz / Lookout Mountain, Tenn.
One of your readers who was upset about the Ukrainian war photos asked for more discretion next time. I disagree. Children need their parents to prepare them to cope with the unpleasant and sometimes all-too-evil realities of life in a fallen world. Raising them otherwise creates a gutless, faithless, hopeless generation.
—R. Michael Small / Gilbertville, Mass.
I have noticed that two of your recent covers have a few people upset. Adults need a picture (worth a thousand words) to awaken us from our ho-hum apathy to things here and abroad. Keep up the excellent work.
—Chip Hartzell / New Bern, N.C.
Homicides in Washington, D.C., reached 200 in late 2021 (“Allies against city violence,” July 16, p. 84).
The pro-life amendment rejected in an Aug. 2 Kansas referendum would not have banned abortions in the state (“Split decisions,” Oct. 22, p. 48 photo caption).
Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., is the Senate minority leader (“Tipping point,” Oct. 22, p. 54).
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