November 30, 2023

Reader Comments

Observations on the week’s analysis and commentary.

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Re: Race-Baiting Sports Writer Libels a Kid

“I thought kids were off limits? This guy’s tweets reveal a deep-seated hatred for white people. Never heard of this guy, and it should be that way for all of us, especially the press who give them the attention they so desperately want.” —New Jersey

“Carron Phillips’s ignorance is even greater than what is reported. Kansas City’s NFL team is called the ‘Chiefs’ as a nod to former Kansas City Mayor Roe Bartle, whose nickname was ‘The Chief.’ Mayor Bartle was instrumental in bringing the Dallas Texans of the AFL to Kansas City in 1963. Out of respect for the efforts of ‘The Chief’ to acquire the team for the city, the team was given Mayor Bartle’s nickname as well. But, horror of horrors, Mayor Bartle was a white man (and a southerner!), so Phillips would likely be even more triggered that a Caucasian would be honored in such a fashion.” —Florida

Re: Disney’s Self-Aware Investment Disclosure

“It’s too late for me to ever accept anything Disney again. I will never again watch anything in the theater or on my TV, nor will I ever purchase anything with the Disney name on it. My family (everyone, including cousins) feels the same way. It would not upset me to see Disney and its godless business go completely belly up.” —Texas

Re: Heating Your Home: More Difficult, More Expensive

“I live in an all-electric apartment, except for heating, which is gas. PG&E charges more for electricity between the hours of 4:00 and 9:00 p.m. because that is when the rich people are charging their electric cars. So now, if I am charging my cell phone (much less cooking dinner!), I may be guilty of crashing the electricity grid. Imagine the threat to the grid if ALL gas stoves and heaters are prohibited!” —California

Re: “Happy” Birthday to Joe?

“President Biden’s age is NOT the issue. At issue are his obvious physical and mental decline and his inability to effectively discharge the grave responsibilities of the office of president and commander-in-chief, a fact that the mainstream media choose to ignore and expend great effort to cover up. The media’s failure to report objectively and honestly on all things Biden is a real threat to our democracy and nation.” —Florida

Re: In Brief: A Mail-Vote Time Bomb Keeps Ticking

“Living in PA, I can tell you this is typical of how elections go here since the former governor, Tom Wolf, decided while acting as dictator during the scamdemic that votes should be counted for a week after election day, even if none of the rules for filling out ballots were followed. The judges he owns on the state Supreme Court agreed with him, and SCOTUS punted on the case brought before it. I’m not sure why more ‘disenfranchised’ voters aren’t offended by the implication that they’re too stupid to know how to date a ballot. But as long as that government money keeps coming, nothing bothers them. And as long as the Left can keep stealing elections, nothing bothers them either.” —Pennsylvania

“It would NOT be a nightmare; it would be a ‘rightmare’! That is, returning truth, honesty, and fairness to our voting process. These steps would not lay the vote open to any type of interference, but our ‘new’ system does nothing BUT that!” —Pennsylvania

Re: In Brief: The Evangelical Case for U.S. Military Aid to Ukraine

“Whatever reservations I may at times have entertained about continuing support for Ukraine are now gone. Roughly a quarter-century ago, while serving as missions deacon for a fair-sized church, I had the joy and privilege of spending an evening with Anatoliy Prokopchuk in Oklahoma. At the time, he was a fairly recent ThD (Doctor of Theology) from Dallas Theological Seminary and had more recently founded Kiev Evangelical Theological Seminary. Further, he was a fine Christian gentleman. I look forward to meeting him again in Heaven.” —Oklahoma

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