Eugene Robinson's June 25 op-ed column, "Holder's the wrong target," was a composition of Orwellian doublespeak.
I could sense Mr. Robinson's desperation not only for Attorney General Eric Holder, but also for continuation of anti-Second Amendment legislation.
It is obvious what President Obama implied when he was quoted by Fox News, among other media, as saying that gun control "would have to be done under the radar."
In the case of Operation Fast and Furious, a federal agent is dead because of an impotent executive branch of government trying to usurp powers.
Put 'Doonesbury' on opinion page
I don't understand why you continue to publish "Doonesbury" on the comics page. It is so blatantly politically biased that it has nothing to do with comedy.
"Doonesbury" most often presents snide remarks with a leftist world view. It leaves no doubts about the political leanings of its creator.
Even if you published a strip with an opposing viewpoint, neither would belong on the comics page. This stuff belongs on the Pages of Opinion. Please consider changing where you put this "comic" strip.
Did strip receive Obama's approval?
I'm surprised that Garry Trudeau's "comic" strip in your June 24 edition did not have a photo of President Obama at the bottom stating: "I approve this message."
Religious freedom OK in health law
In response to the June 22 Readers' Forum letter "Bishops are defending freedom": The health-care law is not infringing on religious freedom. We can still practice our religions as we see fit. But when religions start to own private businesses, they must follow the law like everybody else.
The writer claims Catholic hospitals provide free care to indigent people. Those hospitals charge me and everyone else who has insurance or can afford to pay more, so that we make up the difference.
Too many people and companies are freeloading on the system, forcing the rest of us to pay for their irresponsibility. It is putting a strain on responsible companies and individuals.
Many jobs have left this country because of the extra burden of expensive health-care insurance. They go to countries with national health care, which is pretty much the rest of the world.