Letters to the Editor

Education: The world has plenty to fill needs

The San Juaquine Valley (sic) in California grows enough food to feed the whole country, leaving the rest of the country to feed the world. It's estimated the world could easily feed seven times its population, it's just a distribution problem and there is plenty of fuel to do so for hundreds of years. There’s plenty of land and space. The biggest food problem in the world is obesity, not starvation. There is no population problem, the more the merrier.

There are as many scientists refuting global warming as promoting the idea, and better qualified. There is absolutely no evidence of evolution, all theories vaporize under scrutiny. Socialism has proved disastrous wherever it has been tried. The U.N. is a group of thugs against America. Homosexuality is a black sin, causing undue harm. Yet, the government schools promote and teach all this.

It's often said that we should support schools "for the children." I oppose them because I love them very much.

Scott Vanderlinden

Oak Harbor

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