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  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    'Who is policing the police?'

    After reading the headlines about the Merced police shooting three kids and killing Vang Thao, I have to ask: Who is policing the police?

  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Believe the only eyewitness: God

    In response to the letter by a Ceres student: Why are public schools teaching such garbage that shakes the religious faith of school children? That is not their role!

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    Where is missing server?

    It seems as if the SCAP pile of doo doo is getting deeper and deeper. Perhaps the missing computer server will be found at the bottom of this pile!

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    Gift to everyone: Support library tax

    A gentle and friendly reminder for all of you who spent Black Friday purchasing gifts for your children, nieces and nephews: Black Friday is vital to our economy in many ways — retailers, small stores, restaurants, etc. You as a consumer keep our economy going.

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    Board correct to suspend leaders

    Congratulations to SCAP's board of directors for suspending Denise Gibbs, Joe Gibbs and Caryl Prunty ("SCAP leaders off the job," Dec. 2, Page A-1).

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    What about those borrowed funds?

    Amy Ridenour has nicely enumerated the similarities between Social Security and a Ponzi scheme (Nov. 27, Page A-11). I didn't notice any mention of the government spending the FICA money and replacing it in the Social Security trust fund with IOU bonds.

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    Blame rests with protesters

    For the past several days, the news media has been consumed with placing blame for the pepper spray incident that recently occurred at the University of California, Davis.

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    In defense of Modesto Airport

    Visiting editor Gary Gery wrote a negative piece about the Modesto Airport (Oct. 30). As a frequent flier out of this airport, let me say his comments are not accurate.

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    Fond memories of arena

    I was pleased to see an article on the Uptown Arena by community columnist James McAndrews (Nov. 6, Page B-2). For two decades, the arena was a hub of entertainment for local boxing, wrestling and music fans, and the focus of my family's life.

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    Occupying a place in the process

    Our democracy functions best when there is a high level of participation and a balance of political power. The high concentration of influence by a small minority poses a threat to what should be a participatory process.

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