The Reader’s Turn

Most recent The Reader’s Turn blogs and columns

  • A Move in the Wrong Direction

    Dear Editor: Mayor de Blasio and Police Commissioner Bill Bratton have decided to scrap the anti-terrorism program in Muslim communities. This move in my opinion... Read more

  • Climate Change Politics

    Dear Editor: Recently we’ve seen a flurry of articles and initiatives, spawned by the White House, to refocus on climate change. Whether this is a... Read more

  • Change the Constitution—or Change Congress?

    To the Editor: Is a convention a good idea? Many good patriots have given a Convention of the States (COS) a thumbs up, trusting the... Read more

  • Black Unemployment and Immigration

    To the Editor: Martin Luther King Jr. strove for racial equality and that equality has been achieved in many arenas. However, it is still lacking... Read more

  • State Department at Fault for the Benghazi Attacks

    To the Editor: The deadly Sept. 11, 2012, attack by militants on U.S. government posts in Benghazi, Libya, was preventable and it was the fault... Read more

  • Erosion of Rights

    Dear Editor, Federal agencies like the IRS are out of control and it’s only going to get worse. Under the Obama administration, overreaching federal regulations... Read more

  • A Hamburger Today

    Dear Editor, It would not be difficult to find $6.4 billion out of a $3 trillion budget to pay for extending unemployment benefits three more... Read more

  • Which Mayoral Candidate Will Help the Rising Homeless and Housing-Displaced Population?

    Identifying a potential candidate for my city has become a conundrum of sorts. As a service provider in the New York City shelter system, I... Read more

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    A Superb Newspaper

    Dear Epoch Times, I am writing to thank you for creating a superb newspaper, week after week. Every Friday I look forward to receiving your... Read more

  • Letter to the Editor: Scampi Farming and the Environment

    Kudos to the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation for raising awareness about the environmental destruction caused by scampi farming (“Anti-Scampi Day Draws Attention to Industry... Read more

  • In Response to ‘Financial Aid for Immigrants Held Up in Albany’

    RE: Financial Aid for Immigrants Held Up in Albany I have a question that is beside the point of this article I just read. I... Read more

  • \In this Friday, May 24, 2013 photo, a collapsed section of the Interstate 5 bridge over the Skagit River is seen in an aerial view over Mount Vernon, Wash. Part of the bridge collapsed Thursday evening, sending cars and people into the water when a an oversized truck hit the span, the Washington State Patrol chief said. For farmers, business owners and government officials up and down the West Coast, Washington’s bridge collapse on Interstate 5 represents much more than a close brush with tragedy. As much as $20 billion in freight travels to and from Canada and along the busy north-south corridor each year. Experts say the economic impact from the bridge collapse will spread further than western Washington. (AP Photo/The Seattle Times, Mike Siegel, File)

    Bridge Collapse is Another Wake-up Call

    The collapse of the Interstate 5 bridge in Mount Vernon, Washington should be another wake up call to all of us. America cannot continue to... Read more

  • RE: ‘Financial Aid for Immigrants Held Up in Albany’

    I have a question that is beside the point of this article I just read (“Financial Aid for Immigrants Held Up in Albany”). I understand... Read more

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