U.S. Constitution

Reader Input: Constitution should stand

I have great concerns about this movement to change our U.S. Constitution. We know that both sides of the aisle are working to change the Constitution, and when one makes mention t ...

Reader Input: Say no to trade agreement

Congress is about to consider a massive attack on the U.S. Constitution, on the constitutional powers of Congress and the 50 states, and on U.S. sovereignty. This attack is markete ...

Reader Input: Writer should sleep well

Re: “Founders stated the obvious,” Reader Input, March 21): Walter F. Drysdale, M.D., once again demonstrates that the ability to read and understand are not necessar ...

Reader Input: Obama not her president

I am not to call him a “jackass” or her a “mule” because people are complaining. So, I will call him mister. He is not my president. Since he has been in ...

Reader Input: Resist a federal abuse of power

The president proposes “reasonable gun laws,” but what is the most compelling definition of “reasonable?” To Obama, reasonable, is that he, his wife and dau ...

Reader Input: Respect each Amendment

Michael Keeffe’s letter was interesting in that he wants us to support the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution (“Blaming the weapon misses the mark,” Reader ...

Freedom of speech on I-80

My wife and I were driving east on I-80 in the three-lane section near Rocklin when a giant SUV pulled up next to our driver’s side door. The driver beeped his horn to catch ou ...

Reader defines amendment

Attorney Linda Hamel is correct, God does not appear in the U.S. Constitution (Reader Input, April 23), but neither does religious censorship as practiced in America today.The foun ...

Post office stole her stamp

Has this happened to you? I had a $1 uncancelled stamp on an envelope I couldn’t use, so I carefully cut it out and glued it to a larger one. My son took it to the Auburn post of ...

Stance anti-First Amendment

In 1934, Cordell Hull, Franklin Roosevelt’s secretary of state, informed Germany’s minister of foreign affairs that “it is well known that the free exercise of religion is no ...