Don’t try to censor what goes in the paper

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My recently-married grandson was bouncing one of his toddler cousins on his knee. I told him, “Give me the baby, go make your own little people.” Self-styled censor Vaughn Blethen would place herself over parents, over the editor and even over Jesus. Strangely, Vaughn eschews couples becoming “one flesh” and yet she defends LBGTXYZETC. Vaughn, I don’t accept anyone censoring the stuff I read, especially someone who censors out the truth so that I believe a lie. If you are so proud of your literary skills, start up your own newspaper. That would give the rest of us the satisfaction of not buying it.

Harold Hochstatter

Moses Lake

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