To the editor, Guns are not the problem. Throughout the country, we have more than 20,000 gun laws now on the books, including gun bans in certain areas. There is not one — I repeat — not one area in the country where these laws had an effect on crime rate.
To the editor, President Donald Trump finally did it! He passed the 10,000 lie/misleading statement threshold and sits at 10,111 as of April 29. That’s a whole lot of Pinocchios that the Washington Post has been able to bestow upon him. When he pumps out an average of 23 per day it must be hard to keep up with all of them.
To the editor, I’d like to ask your readers: Do you stutter? Do you know someone who does? Most people do. More than 3 million Americans and 70 million people across the globe stutter, but sadly it is still quite misunderstood. Help us change that.
To the editor, Once again we’ve had a mass shooting at a synagogue in California — the second synagogue shooting in six months. Since the Columbine shooting 20 years ago, Congress has hidden behind the National Rifle Association’s excuses of mental illness, extremism, hate or some other aspect of American culture. It’s never the guns. Beholden to NRA campaign funding, nearly all of our lawmakers have lacked the courage to change gun laws at the national level; even letting an assault weapons ban expire.