Editor’s note: I reached out to the highly regarded, former U-T sportswriter for comment on the impending sale of the newspaper (see our editorial). His reply was so eloquent and insightful it needed to be run in full.
Thank you, Ron Donoho, for the “Call the Chargers’ bluff” editorial [April 29]. The combination of this editorial, along with publishing Mr. Baldwin’s April 29 (critical) letter has restored my faith in you as an editor.
The kind of content mill-generated clickbait garbage one sees on those annoying pay-for-placement ads scattered around the web. What that doesn't answer is what in the world it is doing littering the pages of this newspaper.
Thanks for your excellent write up ("Everybody out of the water," April 15). One quick solution: In Australia during their long drought of more than 10 years, they have installed 100 desalinization plants, which are probably mothballed now.
Bonnie Dumanis regularly abuses her position of authority to abuse the Constitutional rights of all segments of the population equally—with the exception of campaign contributors and others who can further her political career.
I couldn't agree more with your Feb. 4 editorial on the push for a new stadium for the Chargers. The city's attitude should be that when the last pothole is filled, the last sidewalk is fixed and the last homeless person is adequately housed, we'll talk about taxpayer support for a new stadium.