KEN CHRISTY, WOODSTOCK
Liberal media, Democrats lack Trump’s business acumen
The Democrats need all the help they can get, but bringing accusations of a cover-up to a meeting with President Trump only made their position more laughable. Trump is willing to discuss infrastructure upgrades with House leaders, but all they brought to the meeting was more of the same: Impeach the president if he doesn’t provide personal financial information for them to use as headline-grabbers. Pelosi and Schumer are not qualified to audit financials and tax returns prepared by professionals. They don’t understand the complexities of owning and managing multimillion-dollar ventures. Trump’s business acumen is far beyond their comprehension, and their constant braying about cover-ups, financial mismanagement and Russian collusion is a true indicator of their dismal grasp of reality. Informed voters are aware of this clumsy approach to gain revenge for losing the last presidential election, and of the liberal media’s support of their socialist program.
JACK FRANKLIN, CONYERS
Riley’s column on AJC reporting of child murders was spot-on
Kevin Riley’s column, “Terrible stories we need to know” (Opinion, May 26), is one of the most on-point editorials in the social service arena in many years. Indeed, these stories are painful to read and heartbreaking to cover, but the juvenile court judges of Georgia see hundreds of these cases day in and day out. They must be covered and reported. Rest assured, Ms. Alexis Stevens, you are saving many children from the same fate.
ERIC J. JOHN, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, COUNCIL OF JUVENILE COURT JUDGES OF GEORGIA