Many of those affected by rises in federal flood insurance aren't beachfront millionaires.
Your Dec. 3 editorial, "The Next GOP Crackup?," misses the mark in its representation of the current budget debate and the views of Republicans on the Appropriations Committee.
As we depend on government to be our charitable middleman, we are making the individual pursuit of happiness harder and stunting our health and our looks.
Bank of America has endured the very same treatment. Like J.P. Morgan, it rescued two failing companies, then punished for the prior crimes of its spouses.
Regarding Mark Yost's review (Books, Nov. 30) of James Holland's "Dam Busters": While the raid itself was successful, the damage according to some accounts was repaired in a few months with all functions restored.
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