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Treat those who are good with goodness, and also treat those who are not good with goodness. Thus goodness is attained. Be honest to those who are honest, and be also honest to those who are not honest. Thus honesty is attained.
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Letters to the World “Series” by Jascha Kessler

Friday, May 26, 17

Editor, Letters

The Los Angeles Times

Dear Letters Editor:

Why is the LAT so besotted re Trump that common sense, history and language is used perversely? Your reporter [25 May] quotes Germany’s Angela Merkel who grew up under the regime of the East German totalist State in which each person had […]

Letters to the World “Series” by Jascha Kessler

Thursday, June 8, 17

 

Editor, Letters

The Los Angeles Times

 

Dear Letters Editor:

Why is the LAT so besotted re Trump that common sense, history and language is used perversely? Your reporter [25 May] quotes Germany’s Angela Merkel who grew up under the regime of the East German totalist State in which each […]

Letters to the World “Series” by Jascha Kessler

Sunday, June 4, 2017

 

Letters to the Editor

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

New York

Dear Letters Editor:

The current furor and hullabaloo over the President’s (compulsive?) tweeting seems to suggest it is a novelty in our lives. Perhaps only because the Internet affords spontaneity and instant broadcast. On reflection, it seems to me to […]

Letters to the World “Series” by Jascha Kessler

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

 

Letters to the Editor

FINANCIAL TIMES

London

Sir:

Professor Horace Barlow [Letters, 21 April] hopes that wisdom will manage the challenge of AI, which human intelligence cannot itself do. Alas, he has neglected to consider the possible and most likely threat of AI: the control of our DNA. In 1932, […]

Letters to the World “Series” by Jascha Kessler

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

 

Letters to the Editor

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

New York

Dear Letters Editor:

In Notable & Quotable [6 February], Scott Adams suggested “…if someone attacks your family, your country, or your freedom in some physical form keep some Republicans on speed dial.” Well, in the vernacular of our 1940s Bronx, […]

Letters to the World “Series” by Jascha Kessler

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Letters to the Editor

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

New York

Dear Letters Editor:

Nikki Haley arrives as our ambassador to the UN, which means she is also an ambassador to 192 nations, of which perhaps a dozen are great powers. One wishes her success for our nation’s sake. It might also […]

Letters to the World “Series” by Jascha Kessler

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Letters to the Editor

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

New York

Dear Letters Editor:

The current crisis centering on the Resolution to censure Israel regarding its Settlements policy, and mess occasioned by the US abstention in the Security Council’s vote [since exposed as planned and directed by the White House itself], as […]

Letters to the World “Series” by Jascha Kessler

Monday, December 26, 2016

 

Letters to the Editor

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

New York

Dear Letters Editor:

Professor Pielke, citing his safety in tenure at University of Colorado, seems content to pursue corruption in the universe of big-time sports after a career of skeptical analysis of climate-change intellectual tyranny in journalism and science and […]

Letters to the World “Series” by Jascha Kessler

Monday, December 26, 2016

 

Letters to the Editor

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

New York

Dear Letters Editor:

I am not surprised to read Garry Kasparov’s lamentation and elegy for the loss of a good future in Russia after Gorbachev’s resignation from the failed Soviet regime that almost destroyed Western civilization, such as it is […]

Letters to the World “Series” by Jascha Kessler

Monday, December 26, 2016

 

Letters to the Editor

LOS ANGELES TIMES

 

Dear Letters Editor:

I have found your pundit, Mr. McManus, regularly irritating during my breakfast coffee, since he is a typical example of an arrogant spokesman plugging the Liberals’ and Progressives’ belief that it knows all and knows best. It is nowadays […]