“As for the United States, the NRA and makers of semiautomatic firearms have won. Americans have lost, because these mass murders will continue,” writes Don Porter.
“Machines were supposed to make our lives easier, but it seems all they've done is speed up everything,” writes E. Kent Winward.
“I’ll be honest with you: None of that Russia nonsense matters. It’s absolutely baffling why we aren’t still trying to get to the bottom of the deadly Benghazi attack,” writes Don Porter.
“If you want to capture memories of the older generations, you are going to have to do the work,” writes Michael Vaughan.
Consumers used to be able to join together and sue banks for their bad behavior, even if the fine print said otherwise. Not anymore, writes E. Kent Winward.
Readers reacted to a juvenile court sentencing for a teenager accused of killing two young adults in a high-speed crash in June 2016. The teen tried to flee the scene and was initially being tried as an adult.
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