Letters to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: SPREAD THE BENEFITS OF SOLAR

Editor, Times-Advocate: To truly empower the people who live in the region where your newspaper is sold you should be spreading the benefits of solar and encouraging people to educate themselves and to attend educational classes on solar and energy efficiency. They will buy more papers for one.  Also, I have solar and a Tesla Model 3. I save a […]

Letter to the Editor: TAKE ACTION TO HOLD TRUMP ACCOUNTABLE

Editor, Times-Advocate: Hearing Mueller describe the extent of Trump’s crimes and corruption convinced me that Congress has to stop stalling and start taking action. It’s time for a formal impeachment inquiry.  Donald Trump claims the Mueller report exonerated him, but Mueller clearly stated in his testimony that he did NOT exonerate Trump. Mueller’s investigation found extensive criminal activity, uncovered over […]

Letter to the Editor: SLOW DOWN RAPID GROWTH AND MANAGE THE MONSTER

Editor, Times-Advocate: How is it that our elected officials, after year’s of uncontrolled and poorly managed growth, could ever consider placing the burden of their bad decisions once again on the backs of their constituents?  Here we go again with yet another creative tax!!  To me a logical position would be to slow down our rapid growth and come up […]

Letter to the Editor: SUPPORT FOR 2020 BALLOT MEASURE – SAFEGUARD OUR SAN DIEGO COUNTRYSIDE, SOS INITIATIVE

Editor, Times-Advocate: In 2020, San Diego voters will have new choice to accept or reject extreme high-density development of sprawl projects, and avoid future risks of dense homes in very high severity fire hazard zones (recently mapped by CalFire and SANDAG.) In 2020, voters in San Diego will have pivotal opportunity to make informed choice to vote YES on Safeguard […]

Letter to the Editor: MASS SHOOTERS ARE MAD AT ALL OF US

Editor, Times-Advocate We will continue to have mass murders until we change the way we think about mental health. Instead of labels, like crazy, disturbed, suicidal, etc. we need a new mental model and coverage under medical insurance. If we allow 7 or 11 visits per year for chiropractors why can’t we allow the same for therapists, etc. Why can’t […]

Letter to the Editor: FIGHTING FOR SENSIBLE COST EFFICENT TRAFFIC SOLUTIONS

Editor, Times-Advocate: Glad we have the Supervisors and Mayors of north county fighting for sensible and cost-efficient solutions.  Riverside/OC HOV/toll roads use a similar method during rush hour (sometimes a one-way trip costs $22.00), which only pushes people back into regular traffic lanes, making driving conditions/congestion worse, increasing GHG’s, and worsening the affordability aspects of California.   There are too […]

Letter to the Editor: NEARLY 13,000 TOYS DISTRIBUTED AS ART OF CARE ‘N SHARE DRIVE

Editor, Times-Advocate: The Care ‘n Share Toy Drive 2019, a project of Torrey Pines Rotary Club, is pleased to announce distribution of over 12,850 new and gently used stuffed animals donated to our collection drive during the San Diego County Fair.   We could not have done this without the wonderful support of the entire San Diego region It is […]

Letter to the Editor: GO AWAY, SAM ABED

Editor, Times-Advocate: As a San Marcos resident I never paid much attention to Sam Abed so it was with interest to see him running to be my Congressman that I read your profile on him to get a feel for what sort of person he is. And after reading the profile I came up with this conclusion: Sam Abed is […]

Letter to the Editor: NEW ZEALAND NATIVES ARE NOT “ABORIGINES”

Editor, Times-Advocate: I love reading The Times-Advocate and the wonderful things happening for Escondido. I have resided in Escondido since 1995. I am a great fan for solving crossword puzzles. In your paper dated June 27 the “Super Crossword” 52 across “New Zealand Aborigine.” The native people of New Zealand are not “aborigines.” They are called “Maoris.” I am a […]

Letter to the Editor: ABED ARTICLE THROWS SLURS AT CAMPA NAJJAR

ABED ARTICLE THROWS SLURS AT CAMPA NAJJAR Editor, Times-Advocate I appreciate Mr. Ross’s disclaimer article in this week’s paper regarding the candidate profiles he is writing between now and the elections. Such in depth pieces are critical to give voters a comprehensive picture of the women and men who hope to represent us in government. That said, I must write […]


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