I thoroughly enjoyed Mike DeBow's letter, which referenced Joseph Goebbels, Hitler's propaganda minister, or purveyor of lies (alternative facts). To refresh, Goebbels said "a lie told once remains a lie, but a lie told a thousand times becomes the truth." So, I want to thank the free press for trying to prevent all of these lies from becoming the truth by calling out each and every lie as it occurs. It is my feeling that Republicans misrepresent the truth (lie) to their constituents, because so many people are ready to believe these lies. As a health care professional, I can assure you there is no such thing as a death panel as part of the Affordable Care Act, yet I see that lie used to promote fear of and hatred toward the Affordable Care Act. Republicans were like a group of giddy middle schoolers on their first day back — trying to get rid of the Ethics Committee, and the Affordable Care Act on day one. Then came gag orders on scientists, gag orders on the EPA and Animal Protection agencies, and removing climate change from the White House website. The most recent outrage is throwing a wet blanket on the Freedom of Information act — this week, the FBI will stop accepting email requests for Freedom of Information Act data. Instead, people will need to submit requests through an online portal called eFOIA — or via fax or snail mail for the sole purpose of making information more difficult to obtain. The most recent lie is that President Donald Trump's senior policy adviser Stephen Miller repeated on Sunday Mr. Trump's unsubstantiated claims that people were bused from Massachusetts to New Hampshire to vote illegally in the swing state during the 2016 election. But he provided no evidence to support that claim or other claims of widespread voter fraud because there is no evidence. Widespread voter fraud is a lie that is being feverishly reported by the Trump administration. Tom Rath, Republican and New Hampshire's formal Attorney General, who was appointed by President George H. W. Bush to be a director of the Legal Services Corporation, called out this latest lie. Mr. Rath served as the chairman of the election campaigns of New Hampshire's former U.S. Senator, Warren Rudman, and current senior U.S. Senator, Judd Gregg, and he actively assisted in the U.S. Senate process that confirmed David Souter as Supreme Court Justice.