Letters to the Editor

Fourth of July edition shouldn’t have favored one religion

Mosque of Nasreen in San Luis Obispo hosted a dinner on the 27th night of Ramadan at the Ludwick Community Center on July 1, 2016. No food or water was consumed during daylight, the fast is broken after sunset.
Mosque of Nasreen in San Luis Obispo hosted a dinner on the 27th night of Ramadan at the Ludwick Community Center on July 1, 2016. No food or water was consumed during daylight, the fast is broken after sunset. dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com

The Fourth of July holiday is a celebration of our independence from King George III and all of the sacrifices made for our ability to live in a free nation.

It is not a day to celebrate one specific religion.

On the Fourth of July, The Tribune dedicated a huge space on the front page and more inside the newspaper to a religious theme. I must question the motives of your reporting strategy and priorities. Should we rely on more independent electronic news media and give up paying The Tribune for very biased priorities?

William Graham, Paso Robles

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