Black a Hack

RECEIVED Thu., Sept. 15, 2011

Dear Editor,
    On Wednesday, Sept. 7, I submitted a letter ["Not Proud of His Country Right Now"] to
   "Postmarks" airing my dissatisfaction with the treatment of first responder firefighters in New York City on 9/11 (2001). The letter was posted one week later, on Sept. 14, and is retired to last week’s archives today. In effect my letter was censored, leaving the least window available for anyone to read it; that is, the few people who bother with letters to the editor in the first place. It appears I have again been invited to stop submitting any letters, although it is assured that Louis Black will continue his misinformation/whitewash about “conspiracy hobbyists” periodically. Although I do not agree with everything Alex Jones broadcasts, I will close my last letter with the opinion that he is much more relevant than Black (which the latter silently, begrudgingly realizes), he has started a nightly news program on, and he is a true information warrior, unlike the dishonest establishment hack that is Louis Black.
Kenney C. Kennedy
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