Printed Letters: Aug. 10, 2014

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How about the Sentinel hire a fact-checker?  Opinions are fine but when they are founded on falsehoods do they need to be printed? 

“Koch Industries, an oil refiner, is the nation’s second largest private company with about $100 billion in annual revenue. Soros is chairman of Soros Fund Management, a highly successful hedge fund that has provided financial and investment strategies to a variety of funds. As of June 30, 2009, the hedge fund had holdings valued at $4.2 billion.
David and Charles Koch are tied at No. 24 on Forbes top billionaires list with a personal fortunes of $17.5 billion each. Soros is No. 35 on the list with a net worth of $14 billion.”

If I’m not mistaken Lois Dunn is an officer in the local Republican party, or maybe a recent past officer. Shouldn’t the Sentinel make that known on partisan Letters to the Editor? She has chosen to be more than just a voter and taken a very partisan position. Her letter reflects a party position, beyond that of an interested citizen.

What Pete said.

Soros holdings internationally are far more than reported. They are privately held and don’t report him other than being on the boards of several overseas companies investing in world wide entities. I believe Bloomberg reported that two of his investment associations overseas had contributed to terrorist organizations inadvertently of course. He also is a major holder in Progressive insurance as well. Mr.Bright

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