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  • West Virginia editorial roundup

    Recent editorials from West Virginia newspapers: Feb. 25 Charleston (West Virginia) Daily Mail on gun owners' rights: There is no controversy on the need to train inexperienced drivers, usually young people, on how to drive a car before granting them a...
  • Arming college students is a bad idea: Their Take

    Arming college students is a bad idea: Their Take
    An al-arming idea Backed by the National Rifle Association, state legislators across the country have been pushing laws to let students carry concealed weapons on college campuses. What's the lame excuse? Gun-toting young women would be armed to...
  • High court weighs right of convicted felon to sell guns

    The Supreme Court is considering a tricky dilemma faced by people who legally own guns, but are then convicted of a serious crime and have to get rid of them. Since federal law bars convicted felons from possessing firearms, how can those guns be sold or...
  • Excerpts of editorials from Illinois newspapers

    EDITORS: NE Thanks to all members for submitting editorials that help The Associated Press assemble the weekly Illinois Editorial Roundup. Due to several factors, it has become more challenging to find fresh, original editorials on member websites. We...
  • Readers say no way to backyard gun ranges

    Readers say no way to backyard gun ranges
    Today we hear from you. Dear Beth, I am a gun owner, a former Marine officer and a strong believerin the right to bear arms. A gun range in a neighborhood??!! No way, never, under no circumstances. Legal or not, what kind of a moron would do this?What...
  • WVa panel OKs bill not to require concealed handgun permits

    West Virginia would become the fifth state not to require concealed handgun permits under a legislative proposal that started moving Monday. A state Senate panel cast a unanimous voice vote to drop the need to get concealed carry permits. Only Alaska,...
  • Florida needs better gun laws not more unnecessary ones

    If Dale Norman and his attorneys had their way, Floridians would be able to exercise their Second Amendment right to bear arms by openly carrying guns on public streets. Fortunately, the 4th District Court of Appeals ruled against Norman last week in...
  • New England editorial roundup

    The Telegram & Gazette of Worcester (Mass.), Feb. 19, 2015 The town of Boomer, West Virginia lived up to its name when 26 cars of a 109-tanker car CSX train derailed in the middle of the night, and 19 of them were engulfed in flames, shaking residents...
  • Obama, health costs and cartoons: Letters

    Obama, health costs and cartoons: Letters
    Long may Obama 'reign' Oppressing, torturing, quashing free speech and suppressing religious and human rights — these are the everyday actions of your modern political dictator. Edgar B. Wycoff, in his Tuesday My Word ("In his own mind, Obama'...
  • Hogan picks career trooper to lead state police

    Hogan picks career trooper to lead state police
    Gov. Larry Hogan picked a career trooper to lead the Maryland State Police, announcing William M. Pallozzi Tuesday as his pick for the agency's superintendent. Pallozzi spent 25 years in the state police including a variety of leadership roles, and...
  • Doctor costs, radicalism, and factories: Letters

    Doctor-visit costs Imagine you're a Medicare patient, and you go to your doctor for an ultrasound of your heart one month. Medicare pays your doctor's office $189, and you pay about 20 percent of that bill as a co-payment. Then, the next month, your...