Bill of Rights

Arguing dilutes people power

I think it is time for we, the people, to stop fighting among ourselves with regards to how our leaders in Washington are leading this country. They use three primary methods. On ...

Reader Input: Extend tests to the ignorant

Here we go again. A new law takes effect that requires you to pay a fee and take a test to enjoy a right granted by the Bill of Rights. The new law states “Among other fact ...

Reader Input: Congressman opposed said act

A recent letter to the editor has kind words to say about my defense of our Fourth Amendment rights that are now under open attack by this administration, but then suggests I have ...

Reader Input: First, an apology

I was taken aback by the negative responses to my recent letter (“Writer should sleep well,” March 22). I didn’t spend the time necessary for deleting my more e ...

Reader Input: Mind your tongue

I am again amused by progressives and their interpretation of very simple language. As citizens we have a “Bill of Rights.” These “Rights” serve to protec ...

Reader Input: Draw a bead on nuke warheads

The Second Amendment to the Bill of Rights was ratified in 1791 and reads as follows: “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of ...

Reader Input: Preserve, don’t re-win freedoms

Mr. (John) Sisson’s comments and a good feeling should no longer be justification for violation of our Bill of Rights (“Sale restrictions our best option,” Reader ...

Reader’s guns behave well

This letter is in response to Ron Lowe of Nevada City, (Reader Input, Feb. 4): The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution is part of the Bill of Rights which protects ...

U.S.A. not for socialists

To Charles Dawson, Reader Input, Feb. 3: Are you a socialist? This country was not founded on socialistic principles. In fact, the pilgrims tried this type of governing and it d ...

Tea Party folk misunderstood

There have been unfair attacks by our government and the press on those of us speaking out against big government spending. The Tea Party Patriots as an organization believes in f ...

Interrogation practices ignored Bill of Rights

In Kathleen Parker’s recent column, “Is it Torture?” (Journal, April 27), she properly criticizes harsh interrogation methods used during the Bush administration. The preferr ...