The real reason the Second Amendment was ratified, and why it says "state" instead of "country," was to preserve the slave patrol militias in the southern states, which was necessary to get Virginia's vote for ratification. Now you know.
To the two in Readers Voice that compared the use of knives to guns in the three stabbing incidents that were in the paper: Did the people doing the stabbing kill anywhere from 20 to 30 victims? I think not. How asinine to make that comparison.
You may choose not to have a self-protection firearm, but don't try to take mine away. Always remember this: When seconds count, the police are only minutes away.
Is the office of the West Virginia Attorney General where I should go to enlist in the war on trinkets?
Our public libraries are a link for the poor and downtrodden to help themselves, but our lackluster public officials are not speaking up to protect and fund these facilities.
I don't see why the NRA and the gun nuts are fighting background checks on roadside gun sales, because if you are a law-abiding citizen you would not care if they did a check on you.
People who say an "assault riffle" was used in the Newtown murders, do so out of ignorance, or to support the anti-gun agenda.
"A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the people's right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed." Seems pretty simple and straightforward, but conservatives don't understand the first half, and liberals don't understand the second half. Strange.
If death is not a metamorphosis into what we will be, or what we will be a part of, then what is the point of life at all?
For those of you either wanting, or worrying about, Congressional action concerning gun control, you have nothing to be concerned about. Congress will take no action, as their only concern is being re-elected, not what is good or bad for the American people. Don't tell me you are surprised.