We get more than 1,400 letters a month and have room to print fewer than 280. Sometimes we move letters into the publishing pipeline only to have them overrun by other things. Here are some of those letters.
We were overrun with letters about the health care protests in Raleigh over the weekend. Here are nearly 20, online-only. Look for others on the Other Opinion page tomorrow, for starters.
Here is another installment of letters on the health-care reform debate. The first one is pretty funny, but Mr. Koch already has had a letter in the past 30 days, so that disqualifies this one from publication.
Here's another batch of letters on the health care reform debate.
These are online-only. Look for more letters on tomorrow's Editorial
page and in the coming Sunday Forum.
We've been overrun with letters over the past few weeks covering just about all of the bases on health care reform. We have several antagonists we can choose among: insurance companies, Big Pharma, President Obama and Democrats, on and on. Some of these letters still might show up in the paper over the weekend.
Lots of letters this week on the situation at N.C. State. Here are several online-only comments. Look for more letters on the subject on tomorrow's editorial
page and in Sunday Forum this week.
Perhaps these are more musings than letters. Here are four offerings from readers: one on President Obama, one on a recent Paul Krugman column on the economy, one on the state of things in America and one a reminiscence on the N.C. State University bell tower.
We've gotten a number of letters recently about issues before the General Assembly that were simply too long to run. One writer would like the state to rethink its expenditures on computers in schools, one offers his take on whether judges should be appointed rather than elected, one takes issue with the idea of Sunday blue laws, one offers a real-life experience that reflects on the Marriage Amendment and another takes on the annexation issues in the state.
Herein find more offerings of gratitude from N&O readers: for a lost ring found, for the response to the Duke Children's Hospital radiothon, for Raleigh's St. Pat's Parade and for the help offered to the Cornucopia House Cancer Support Center in Chapel Hill.
Here are a few more letters from readers about the March 6 Point of View "Defending Marriage." There will be a selection in People's Forum on the March 13 Editorial page, too.