Walter F. Drysdale

Reader input: Communism, guns spark reply

Ron Lowe in his letter “Too many guns floating around” (Auburn Journal Reader Input, June 10) again brings up the same old misleading “facts” to support his ...

Reader Input: Open files, stop improper gun transfers

We have had three almost identical letters criticizing U.S. Senators for failure to pass another gun control bill. Where do these authors get their material and have they read th ...

Reader Input: Founders stated the obvious

Mr. (Clifford) Lanxner’s history lesson makes one believe that the Virginian feelings about firearm ownership changed between 25 June 1788 and December of 1791 (“Guns w ...

Reader Input: Supreme Court clear on guns

I would like to thank Richard Bell for his reference to the District of Columbia v. Heller decision (“Amendment has restrictions,” Reader Input, Feb. 8). However, he ...

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 Input: Meaning is in interpretation

Thank you Geary Tiffany and Ed Scotten, for illustrating my points (Reader Input, Jan. 6). Geary Tiffany: This is not a contest about our war records or NRA shooting classificati ...

Reader Input: Founding fathers used foresight

The Dec. 30 letter purported to be from John Sisson (“Gun ownership? Yes, but with controls”) demonstrates the need for research and critical thinking covered in my let ...

Reader Input: Founding fathers used foresight

The Dec. 30 letter purported to be from John Sisson (“Gun ownership? Yes, but with controls”) demonstrates the need for research and critical thinking covered in my let ...

Reader Input: Tyrants fear the intelligent

The letters to the editor over the last few days demonizing the NRA, lying about the Second Amendment and trying to minimize our courageous citizens reveal that our community conta ...

New gun laws benefit tyrants

Our liberal legislature and attorney general should weigh cost versus effectiveness of firearms laws that might cross the line of “reasonable” limitations versus outright infr ...