Dissatisfied by change
Wednesday was one of my favorite newspaper days. Family columns were grouped together on one page. As I drank my second cup of coffee, I savored that section. First I started with Sharon Randall’s column, then folded my paper so I could view the other columns together as I sipped on my coffee.
Why? Why did you break this page up and move it around to other days? It does not make sense to this faithful reader of nearly 50 years. I read the paper section by section every day. I know you won’t change it back, but I want you to know I am very dissatisfied with your change.
Little Rock the ads you see that correlate directly to your own recent online activity. Why can’t the federal government sit down with Google, Yahoo, et al., and create a program to red-flag potentially dangerous online activity? Modifiers could be added to separate legitimate arms dealers and longtime collectors from those engaged in sudden buying sprees.
Since it’s an established practice, it can’t suddenly become an invasion of privacy, especially on a public venue like the Internet.
Nothing will solve this horrific problem, but such a step may enable law enforcement to identify and neutralize potential mass shooters before they can carry out their twisted plots. KATHERINE TUCKER