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  • 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...
  • Real or fake? Tragic encounters fuel debate over realistic-looking replica guns

    Real or fake? Tragic encounters fuel debate over realistic-looking replica guns
    The last thing Jordan Baylon wants is a fake pink gun. Baylon, 22, spends much of his free time dressed in camouflage fighting simulated battles against like-minded fantasy warriors. The custom-made airsoft gun he uses to fire small plastic...
  • Kansas proposal would allow concealed carry with no permit

    Kansas proposal would allow concealed carry with no permit
    Coming off legislative victories in recent years, gun-rights advocates pushed Kansas lawmakers Thursday to allow the state's residents to carry concealed firearms without requiring them to obtain a permit. The Senate Federal and State Affairs...
  • Gun-safety campaign launches before anniversary of Orange deputy's slaying

    Gun-safety campaign launches before anniversary of Orange deputy's slaying
    Orange County Deputy Scott Pine was shot and killed a year ago this week with a handgun that never had been reported stolen. Three weeks after Pine's funeral, the weapon's owner still thought it was tucked away for his protection. That's when...
  • Magic, repeat offenders and Crusades: Letters

    Magic, repeat offenders and Crusades: Letters
    High-priced Magic I've been an Orlando Magic fan for more than 20 years and a season-ticket holder for five years. I've been supporting the team throughout their rebuilding phase. I love the city, and I love the players. However, I don't like their...
  • Jeb Bush, income gap and Obamacare: Letters

    Jeb Bush, income gap and Obamacare: Letters
    A cue from Honest AbeĀ  The past couple of weeks I have been thinking about this quote on education from Abraham Lincoln: "Upon the subject of education, not presuming to dictate any plan or system respecting it, I can only say that I view it as the most...
  • Easy access to guns is a threat to our community

    I am writing in response to the La Grange drive-by shooting reported in the Jan. 26 article "Man shot outside a home in East La Grange." I appreciate the police statement's sentiment, "There is no threat to the members of our community" to mean that the...
  • Manufacturing, wealth and NRA: Letters

    Manufacturing, wealth and NRA: Letters
    Manufacturing jobs While reading Wayne J. Hunicke's letter to the editor Sunday about wage gaps, I was struck by the omission of the main reason behind the increased emphasis on higher education in today's work force: the lack of good-paying...
  • House Approves Former Rep. Auden Grogins as a Judge Despite Strong Opposition from the NRA

    House Approves Former Rep. Auden Grogins as a Judge Despite Strong Opposition from the NRA
    The House of Representatives handily approved the judicial nomination of a former member of the chamber despite strong pushback from gun rights groups. Auden C. Grogins, a Democrat from Bridgeport, was nominated as a Superior Court judge by Gov....
  • Hogan, guns and the attorneys general

    Hogan, guns and the attorneys general
    During the recent gubernatorial campaign, The Sun and several thoughtful citizens were perplexed about the discrepancy between the National Rifle Association's notorious A- rating for Larry Hogan and the candidate's repeated promise that he won't overturn...
  • Fritz Walker: Accidental child shootings are needless tragedies

    The second anniversary of the massacre of 20 6- and 7-year-old children and their six brave teachers at Sandy Hook Elementary School is on Sunday. It seems an appropriate time to be reminded that every 30 minutes in America, a child or teen is killed or...