Letters: June 18 – June 24

The recent article “Up to 92 percent of Californians under 65 covered by Obamacare, study says” (June 18) described the anticipated health care coverage increase under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The article referred to the proposal by the pejorative “Obamacare,” which title follows from the narrative that President Obama is foisting the law on the American people.
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Letters: June 4 – June 10

Arguments against Proposition 28 make fallacious claims This letter is in response to the editorial “On good terms,” originally posted June 4, 2012. There are many sound arguments to be made against term limits, but allowing legislators to “worry less about reelection” is not one of them. It is one
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Gabriel Martinez/Special to the Daily Cal

Letters: May 21 – May 27

Anti-Israel ad breaks trust, propagates lies Seeing dangerous lies in a paid display ad (The Daily Californian, Monday, May 21) breaks the trust of the reader in the newspaper’s judgment as a whole. In this case, an especial red flag should have gone up in taking money from anti-Israel activists. 
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Letters: May 7 – May 13

Evans Diamond lacks satisfactory safety On May 5, 2012, Steven D. Raymond, a UC Berkeley Class of 1977 graduate, filed a report with UCPD about a foul baseball hit he said he had suffered at the game between Cal and Stanford at Evans Diamond on March 23, 2009. He had
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merit

Letter: We must become a merit-based society

A recently-published Associated Press article hinted that Cal may be headed back to the dark ages of race-based admissions. The citizens need to speak loudly and firmly against any such maneuver by the forces who seek to return to such monumentally stupid and misguided policies. “Diversity” adds no value. We
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