All freedom-loving Americans — no matter their political persuasion — should be appalled at Don Dieckmann’s suggestion that a government agency should be used as a weapon in the political process to discourage participation in our democracy (Nov. 23 letter “IRS audits”). To the detriment of our national unity, we’ve seen that behavior for the past three-plus years from the Democratic Party in its bid to deny President Donald Trump the right to run for a political office and then to nullify his election to the highest office of the land.
Tuesday was an amazingly defining day for our nation’s two major political parties.
The real motive is to continue the smear campaign they have been waging against Mr. Trump’s since before he took office.
The open borders crowd is wrong again.
All office holders operate that way.
That’s the only way to improve the system.
Does he really trail President Jimmy Carter in that regard?
Isn’t that akin to buying votes?
If we continue giving away food stamps to “work-eligible adults” without restriction, we will just encourage people not to work.
And that’s no bull.
Liberal Californians will show them the way.