To the Editor;

In response to (Sept. 27 Capital).

In response to last week’s letter - “They continue to deny what is happening”, I would encourage the writer, in the future, to present a reasoned argument regarding climate change rather than attack people as “out of touch” or question their intelligence. This type of discourse does nothing to progress intelligent debate.

I don’t question climate change. It has always changed and always will. The question is wh

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To the Editor:
Perhaps The Capital should do a survey of people within the Kneehill District to see how many individuals are so, um, ah, “out of touch” with the reality of climate change as is last week’s submission (Letters, Sept. 20). I can’t believe that the writer speaks for many of the more scholarly individuals in that area.
It is true that, in an attempt to convince climate change deniers of the truth, some individuals will go to the opposite extreme. I have found th

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Dear Editor;

I am a blue-collar worker - a guy who gets his hands dirty on a daily basis - and I have a question for my fellow blue-collar workers:

At what point are we going to speak up and say to our governments, “ENOUGH!”?

We know that many politicians don’t support us, or the efforts of our families. Instead, they cling to their ideologies and misplaced personal beliefs, and then use these screwy values systems to control our lives.

All this political correctness is wearing

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To the Editor:

Although very few politicians view the Bible as a valid guide, it appears the NDP have secretly taken some advice from its pages. I would like to direct your attention to Luke chapter 16 where we find the story of a property manager who, when he knew that he was about to be fired for wasting money, devised a shrewd survival plan. He reasoned that if he used siphoned off company money to make personal friends of the company clients, these friendships could serve him well in the fut

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