Letter to the Editor: Appreciating reporters

In this day and age, with so much false information flying around everywhere, sometimes called “news,” we should not take for granted our free press! We should appreciate all reporters who bring us the truth, whether about politics, state or local or world events, criminal justice issues, science, whatever the topic. Freedom of the press is […]

Letter to the Editor: Just stick to the facts

I rarely engage in public debate but your top story for Nov. 21 specifically states “Trump directed Ukraine quid pro quo, witness says”. Your article references the opening statement made by Ambassador Gordon Sondland to impeachment investigator’s during his official testimony. In fact the majority of the sound bites you provide in your article were […]

Letter to the Editor: Opinion over facts

The Associated Press in the Delaware State News article titled, “Leave US, Trump tells congresswomen of color” (July 15) stated the following: “Trump, who has a long history of making racist remarks, was almost certainly referring to Ocasio-Cortez and her House allies…” Is “almost certainly” a fact or the AP’s opinion? Consider that a rhetorical […]