I forgot to mention the most comical part of the Roger D. Hodge letter to David DeKok's lawyer. That comes when Hodge says, toward the end of it,
"Of course, your client may always write a letter to the editor, if he wishes. Please be advised, however, that our letters section is carefully edited for length and accuracy."
Why am I laughing?
Please check out my two posts on this blog last October 19th where I show what Harper's does to letters to the editor. (Further example that "truth" is an alien concept to folks at that magazine.) "Accuracy" indeed!