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  • Gov. Walker ends decades-old waiting period for handguns

    After signing two bills that loosen Wisconsin's gun laws, Gov. Scott Walker defended the timing of his public event Wednesday, saying it had been scheduled before nine people were shot and killed last week in a South Carolina church. With his signature,...
  • America and guns: 'utter lunacy'

    America and guns: 'utter lunacy'
    And so it happens again: another gun-related atrocity in America, this time in Charleston. But after the events of Columbine, Aurora, Newtown and West Baltimore, and Chicago, and town after city after town, are we really shocked? The American way of...
  • Obama says US racism 'not cured,' makes point with epithet

    President Barack Obama says the history of slavery and segregation is "still part of our DNA" in the United States, even if racial epithets no longer show up in polite conversation. He uttered the N-word in making his point. In an interview, Obama talked...
  • NRA selectively interprets 2nd Amendment

    NRA selectively interprets 2nd Amendment
    As sure as nine people have been butchered by yet another gun-wielding maniac, there will be an outcry for more laws controlling the sale and registration of firearms, and the NRA will again claim they are heroically upholding the Second Amendment...
  • Lessons from Charleston: Hate and guns are lethal combination

    The following editorial appeared in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Monday, June 22: America isn't just letting the terrorists win. It is inviting them into our churches and schools. The slaughter of innocents is enabled in a country paralyzed by fear....
  • State House looks to remove Pa. Sunday hunting ban

    State House looks to remove Pa. Sunday hunting ban
    It's back, or at least, it's going to be back. Last Tuesday, state Rep. Frank Farina, a Democrat from Lackawanna County, held a news conference in Harrisburg to announce he intends to introduce legislation to end the ban on Sunday hunting in...
  • Readers react to Charleston, S.C., shootings: Letters

    Readers react to Charleston, S.C., shootings: Letters
    Readers react to Charleston shootings NRA, gun control By the time this letter is printed, the news about the slaughter of nine innocent people at the black church in Charleston, S.C., by a lone gunman will likely have died down and the tragedy will...
  • 'White racism,' NRA are to blame for lax gun rules, Martin O'Malley says

    'White racism,' NRA are to blame for lax gun rules, Martin O'Malley says
    Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley suggested Sunday that Congress had fallen under the sway of "white racism" and the political force of the National Rifle Assn. in refusing to respond with new laws to a cascade of shooting...
  • Obama says bitter partisan debate driving cynicism of public

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama said the U.S. has become fragmented by highly partisan and bitter political debate, which has driven portions of the public away from voting and made it harder to act on national interests. American political...
  • After Charleston shootings, gun curbs dormant in Congress

    This week's slaughter of nine people in a South Carolina church left prospects that Congress will curb guns right where they've been for years — remote for now, according to lawmakers and activists on both sides of the issue. Conceding that...
  • Clinton calls for 'common-sense' gun control, decries racism

    Issuing an emotional plea following the South Carolina church shooting, Hillary Rodham Clinton called for "common-sense" gun reforms and a national reckoning with the persistent problem of "institutional racism." Three days after nine black church...