Author Archives: Charles Marrelli

06-19-2015 Letter on the Devastation of Human Life Caused by the U. S. Supreme Court’s 1973 Decisions that Legalized the Violence of Americans Killing Americans

Dear Bill O’Reilly: The hypocrisy of your show last night was so shocking; I couldn’t believe what I was hearing! Some of your viewers, i.e., the ones who think critically, probably reacted the way I did. When you got to … Continue reading

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06-16-2015 Letter to the Orange County Register on Defending Liberty

Dear Editor: The hypocrisy of today’s subject editorial is so shocking that I couldn’t believe what I was reading! I’m sure that your readers, i.e., the ones who think critically, will react as I have which is to say clearly, … Continue reading

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07-14-2003 Letter to the Los Angeles Times on Death by Doublespeak

Dear Editor: Pro-Choice Advocates Can’t Relax (7/11/03) by Kate Michelman is a masterpiece of doublespeak. For the sake of clarity on this life or death issue of abortion, why can’t we use the same direct, clear, specific language we’re trying … Continue reading

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11-04-2009 Letter to The Wanderer Press on America’s use of the Atomic Bomb

Dear Editor: Mr. Kendal’s “Doing Evil for The Sake of Good Is Always Forbidden” essentially argues that all wars are evil, meaning that there’s no such thing as a just war, which is ridiculous. World War II was a prolonged … Continue reading

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04-27-2015 Letter on the Danger of Ignoring Facts

Dear Editor: The subject article appropriately addresses the problem of ignoring facts; but then Mr. Moore proceeds to do just that in his own article, and surprisingly, the Orange County Register’s editors not only allowed it to see print, they … Continue reading

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11-02-2014 Letter on Reflecting the Journey of a Pregnancy

Dear Editor: What a great prolife story! It was more than beautiful! Jessica instinctively realizes that the imperfections of a pregnancy are secondary to the “cause” and the “right” of the new life she’s bringing into the world! She says … Continue reading

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04-09-2015 Letter to the Los Angeles Times on the War for our Nation’s Soul

Dear Editor: The Los Angeles Times continues to shock readers by what it prints! If there was an award for the journalism of denial and deceit, you’d win hands down. The denial is to completely ignore the most divisive issue … Continue reading

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02-07-15 Letter to Los Angeles Times on an Editorial that Contradicts Intelligence, Knowledge, Science, and Personal Experience

Dear Editor: Subject: Is Child Protection a Priority? (Feb. 6, 2015 Editorial) I thought I’d take another shot at subscribing to the L. A. Times. Now after some weeks, I realize that my previous evaluation of the L. A. Times … Continue reading

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08-21-2014 Letter on the Deadliest Blunder ever Conceived by the U. S. Supreme Court

Dear Editor: Rick Ferguson’s letter, “Don’t Bury ISIS coverage” [Letters, 8/21/14], was right on target in that it helps expose the fact that professional journalism is dying a cowardly death. The beheading of a human being is no longer a … Continue reading

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07-30-2011 Letter to Nieces and Nephews on Connecting Books and Writers

Dear Therese and Frank, Trish and Jim, and Jeanie, On Father’s Day, and my 86th Birthday four days later, I was lavished with cards, e-mails, phone calls from relatives, and gifts from my three daughters and their husbands. This Father’s … Continue reading

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