Letters To The Editor Quotes by Truman Capote, Michelle Malkin, Philip K. Dick, Howard Rheingold, Mark Helprin, Elie Wiesel and many others.
Never demean yourself by talking back to a critic, never. Write those letters to the editor in your head, but don’t put them on paper.
In civilized societies, if you are offended by a cartoon, you do not burn flags, take up guns and raid buildings, chant death to your opponents, or threaten suicide bombings. You write a letter to the editor.
The hell with the newspapers. Nobody reads the letters to the editor column except the nuts. It’s enough to get you down.
Journalists don’t have audiences, they have publics who can respond instantly and globally, positively or negatively, with a great deal more power than the traditional letters to the editor could wield.
Marxists are people whose insides are torn up day after day because they want to rule the world and no one will even publish their letter to the editor.
We live in the age of communication. Write letters to the editor. Speak to your congressman, to your senator. If you are young, especially young people are taken by this human rights activities. They should organize the universities.
Ultimately, a city is formed by its people and the women in Berkeley are just great. They are opinionated, they have ideas, they belong to boards, and they write letters to editors… really wonderful people.