Since I was the first to react to Dwight Schwab’s appearance in the Daily Journal, I might as well be the first to declare that I will boycott your publication on any Sunday following the publication of his columns. As much as I disapprove of his crazy viewpoints, I welcome his columns, on a very limited basis. Why not? They’re always be good for a laugh.
Incidentally, Camp David was not "established” by President Eisenhower, as Schwab asserts in the Dec. 28 edition of the Daily Journal. It was carved out during the Great Depression and later established as a presidential retreat by my hero, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who decided it should be tagged, "Shangri-La.”
Anyway, no more Sunday San Mateo Daily Journals for this guy.