I took some time to check the San Diego Union-Tribune (SDUT) site to see if any of my printed, or my unprinted, letters or other submissions had ended up being posted there. It turns out a few of the printed ones have (all title are those assigned by the paper’s editors): (1) “Your Say | Facebook’s future? Tech giant brought it on itself” (I meant for this particular tech giant to represent all the recently censorship-happy giants; the word limit for this “essay” was 500 words); (2) “Your Opinions: People who still doubt nuclear power must wake up” (like all letters, this one was subject to a 150-word limit); (3) “It is past time to bring U.S. troops back home” partway down this multiple-letter page. Only one of these items, number 3, has previously been mentioned here.
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