×

Letters to the Editor

Worldview shapes one’s thoughts on abortion

To the editor: Several weeks ago, George Fisher commented on my Sept. 23 letter to the editor addressing the recent spotlight on State Heartbeat Laws across the nation, the determination of when life begins, and public opinions on abortion. First, I would like to thank the Lewistown Sentinel ...

Trump wasn’t perfect but Biden is terrible

To the editor: This is a rebuttal to Mrs. Loewen’s Wednesday’s October 5th Sentinel claim of my prior letter’s lack of reality. Never did I claim Trump was perfect nor his policies. It was a comparison between a competent President and incompetent President. No one is perfect. Mrs. ...

A person is in there, even if we can’t see it

To the editor: I want to thank George Fisher for allowing a lesson to be taught in botany. He said an acorn is not an oak tree. He is wrong. Inside all seeds are the plant. Look inside an acorn or seed and you will find a very minute plant. The moment fertilzation occurs, followed by mitosis, ...

Writer should follow his own advice

To the editor: I would like to reply to both Mr. Spahr letters the first published on Oct. 9 and the second published on Oct 12. Let’s get to the first letter. In it he mentions about COVID and not believing the death count due to a report from Fox 35 in Florida. Let me say that again — ...

Wouldn’t it be nice to end political parties?

To the editor: Wouldn’t it be nice if there were no political parties? Then, politicians would not be bound by party loyalties and could vote any way they wanted on any issue. For instance, I’ll bet there are more Democrats than Manchin and Sinema who would like to vote against this $ ...

Readers’ opinions

Biden and AP pointed out an anomaly To the editor: The article on Page A2 in the Oct. 6 Sentinel, San Diego AP, “US says record low refugee admissions are partly due to COVID-19 pandemic.” The article states 11,411 were allowed into the U.S. last budget year (Oct. 1, 2020 to Sept. 30, ...