Senators concerned over Trump's nominee to lead ATF following delayed vote

Senators concerned over Trump’s nominee to lead ATF following delayed vote

CNN — President Donald Trump’s nominee to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is facing stiff opposition from some Senate conservatives, leaving Chuck Canterbury’s confirmation in jeopardy after a Senate Judiciary Committee vote on the nomination was delayed last week. Conn Carroll, a spokesman for Republican Sen. Mike Lee of Utah, told […]

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Letter to editor Berkey

Letter to editor Berkey

A retired attorney, I have several comments regarding "A View from the Gallery" (9-25-19). First, the author appears to cite the US Supreme Court (SCOTUS) decision of District of Columbia et al v. Heller, 554 U.S. 570 (2008) in support of a broad proposition that restrictions on gun ownership may not occur unless the 2nd […]

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It's the guns, stupid

It’s the guns, stupid

Rohit Khanna When Princeton professor Uwe Reinhardt and Johns Hopkins professor Gerard Anderson published their landmark article, “ It’s the Prices, Stupid ” in 2003, we learned something that we had always suspected: the US spends more on healthcare than any other country, even though it is below the OECD median on the actual use […]

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On guns and the Second Amendment

On guns and the Second Amendment

File image Letters have appeared in The Reflector recently that feed two myths on gun control and the Second Amendment – one myth stated clearly and the other hinted at. The first is that Democratic Socialists are bent on banning and confiscating all firearms. There may be some extreme Socialists that are advocating for this, […]

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