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Infamous scribblers

Thank you for Cal Thomas’ excellent cover story on the failure of American journalism. When anyone quotes a “news” item to me, I immediately take it as propaganda, not news. There is an exception: The reporting of WORLD is consistently accurate and pertinent. Thank you for earning our trust, every day.
    Kristofer Sandlund / Zanesville, Ohio

In the 1990s, I was a politically active pastor. Then Cal Thomas’ Blinded by Might and Kingdoms in Conflict by Chuck Colson changed my views about the public responsibility of carrying Christ’s name. I still serve the Church, and my convictions have not changed, but I have not taken a public political stance since. Jesus is not tied to a political party.
    Kurt Mach / Gig Harbor, Wash.

I was looking forward to this article to get a sense of what someone who has been in “the Fourth Estate” thinks of the future. I was disappointed there were no suggestions for average folks to learn about current trustworthy news sources. I don’t trust the modern mainstream media. Only a financial failure will teach the corrupt MSM that people are sick and tired of fake news.
    Mike Stevens / Wilsonville, Ore.

A chat with Cal Thomas

No, Cal! We’re not “glossing over” Trump’s character. We’ve seen his policies and record of leadership. He was arguably the most pro-Christian president we’ve ever had. Bill Clinton certainly was not.
    Larry Rippere / Mountain View, Calif.

Reparations rush

Such thorough, balanced, and clear reporting on the reparations debate.
    Cheryl Irish / Bastrop, Texas

Marking every mile

I wept. I cheered. I remembered our own “race” with our little girl for not quite eight months. We, too, prayed for a miracle, but it turned out that running the race set before us had a far bigger impact on those watching than we would have guessed.
    Margaret Harris / Newton, Iowa

How does the Fed fight inflation?

It has been said that if you can’t explain it to a 6-year-old, then you don’t understand it yourself. As a 70-year-old, I am unable to explain this topic as well as Abi Churchill did in this well-written article.
    Kim Hurst / Commerce City, Colo.


The fact that a challenge to a California pork ban made it to the Supreme Court is a shining example of the stupidity that pervades lawyers and judges throughout the judicial system.
    R. Michael Small / Gilbertville, Mass.

Artificial intelligence enables cruel scam

With AI it appears we’ve taken a bite of another “apple” with dire consequences.
    Peter Kushkowski / Portland, Conn.

Immunity for electors

This article was very disappointing as it merely passed on the incomplete and misleading narratives reported in the mainstream media.
    Sam Adams / Chicago, Ill.

The things they carry

Thank you, Janie B. Cheaney, for sharing thoughtful ideas about the burden children carry when they are told that they can be anything they want to be. Your conclusion that it is God who will carry and save His ­children is the right one.
    Ruth Rauch / Sierra Vista, Ariz.


Vehicle information captured by surveillance cameras helped police identify the man now charged with ­murdering four Idaho college students last year (“Caught on camera,” July 15, p. 62).


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