The Pulse received this email.
“Not very fair to those wanting to give honest and open opinions about articles written. In a small town, a name can hinder the ability for a person to comfortably comment. Personally, if this is the case, I will probably not be reading The Pulse.”
THE PULSE ANSWERS:
Every newspaper that I know demands a person sign their name in a letter to the editor.
We sign our editorials. A person should not be afraid to stand by their comments. No names leads to petty issues, name-calling and more.
This policy is not negotiable.