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Letters to the Editor

Letter: Where’s Newhouse’s outrage over Russia?

Does Congressman Dan Newhouse believe that Russians will be helping his 2018 re-election campaign? From Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller we now know more about how the Russians meddled in our 2016 elections, and from our security agencies we know they are currently targeting our 2018 mid-term elections for “disruption and discord.”

Letters to the Editor

Letter: We are our own worst enemy

Gabe Lyons’ Letter Best (We get the government we deserve; let’s demand better, Feb. 4) was exactly correct. I’d like to add a corollary thought, although I don’t recall who is the actual author: Great and powerful nations are not conquered by external foes; they decay from within.

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