Boyce Rensberger

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retired science journalist. New York Times. Washington Post.

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Gregg Kimball, who helped lead Richmond deal with its many Confederate statues.

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Gregg Kimball, author and speaker

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Spinning, an ancient tradition.

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A sample plaque for a historic building.

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Boyce Rensberger commented on Dr. Seuss has not been 'canceled'

The biggest and most outrageous effort at cancel culture came (and is still coming) from Donald Trump attempting to cancel the results of a presidential election.

I join Greg F in saying this.

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Boyce Rensberger commented on Dr. Seuss has not been 'canceled'

I heartily support this sentiment. jsklinelga might like to join me and a very few others in making clear what their names are.

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Boyce Rensberger commented on President Biden and his 'unifying' efforts

TrumpSymps will never learn. In fact, challenging them, even with verifiable information, only makes them dig in deeper. And yet, they too will receive stimulus checks once the Democrats act to address the country's woes. (Anybody think they will send the Democrat money back?) Republican-…

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Boyce Rensberger commented on President Biden and his 'unifying' efforts

Poorly aimed arrow, veritas.

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Boyce Rensberger commented on President Biden and his 'unifying' efforts

Nope.

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Boyce Rensberger commented on President Biden and his 'unifying' efforts

I wasn't referring to opinions, just to the writer's statement of what he believes are facts.

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Boyce Rensberger commented on President Biden and his 'unifying' efforts

Other forms of social media have begun fact-checking claims and blocking (or at least marking) those that clearly are factually wrong. It's too bad the FNP lacks the resources to provide its readers the same consideration.

A low-information reader who stumbles across this letter wou…

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That would help, but it would be more difficult to exclude comments based on outright falsehoods.

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Your wish is granted. I just looked up the source you cited. Of that 10 percent of DACA recipients with arrest records, 61 percent were for driving offenses (not including DUI) and immigration violations. So only about 4 percent of DACA recipients were arrested for other, generally more s…

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Ever since America rejected their Dear Leader by more than 7,000,000 votes, TrumpSymps have been flailing incoherently. The headless chicken metaphor comes to mind. (Maybe it was a two-headed chicken--Trump and Limbaugh.)

We saw it on January 6th, when the clueless mob got into the …

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