Paul Thornton

Paul Thornton is the Los Angeles Times’ letters editor. He joined the editorial pages in 2005 as a researcher and occasional editorial writer and also served as a Web producer. A UC Berkeley graduate, he lives in Alhambra with his wife, two sons and two cats.
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Heroes saved many Jews during War War II, readers say — but some countries were complicit with their occupiers

Readers continue the discussion on the Danish effort to rescue that country's Jews, and which countries were less protecting of their vulnerable populations.

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The Prop. 6 delusion: better roads with lower taxes

If you're upset about paying 12 cents more per gallon, you'll be flaming mad over how much extra you're being charged for gas that has nothing to do with taxes.