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Letters To The Editor

Justice defined

To the Journal editor: As part of celebrating the U.S.’s birthday on July 4th, when in 1776 our Declaration of Independence was approved, We the People pledge to progress justice. What is justice? Our history shows We progressed from justice for few to justice for all. When writing ...

Wolves save deer lives

To the Journal editor: What is this “lack of proper wildlife management” that Gary Gorniak is accusing the Michigan Department of Natural Resources/Natural Resources Commission of in the Saturday edition of The Mining Journal? He shares some anecdotal evidence of observed deer herd ...

Reader poses question

To the Journal editor: How many COVID-19 deaths and illnesses must occur in the Upper Peninsula before more people receive the vaccination?

Medical personnel voting on union

To the Journal editor: During the early weeks of the pandemic, we waved, cheered, and paraded to celebrate our frontline workers in the medical profession. However, that support needs to continue as medical techs at Duke Lifepoint, Marquette General Hospital are organizing to join the ...

Can’t run from history

To the Journal editor: When I went to public school in the 1950s, we’d start each day with a pledge. It concluded with the words, “One nation, under God, with liberty and justice for all.” I’m beginning to think that some of my classmates weren’t listening or were listening, but ...

Green New Deal misses mark

To the Journal editor: There is so much junk science these days it causes concerned people to make ignorant or outrageous assertions, some of which have appeared in The Mining Journal’s letters. Consider “one can never have too little carbon dioxide (CO2); CO2 pollution; someone citing ...