Opinions in paper are what they claim to be
I was amused to see the letter by Mr. Gordon Fallowfield on Aug. 5 accusing the Daily Herald of being in "cahoots" with President Obama. Most of the letters printed are critical of the president. Many of the paper's columnists are as well. I disagree with many of them. I also disagree with those who would impose their religious beliefs on us.
But however misguided I may find their opinions I would never suggest that they should not be able to express them or accuse the Daily Herald of being in "cahoots" with them. I find that the Herald's reporting is fair and accurate as it should be. If I agree or disagree with an editorial opinion I know that it is what it claims to be — an opinion. No more, no less.
Just keep publishing your fine newspaper and I feel sure that most of your readers will know that your only "cahoots" with will be facts and accuracy.
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