Banning ammo is blow to Constitution; Schmitt’s lawsuits sign of desperation and more top letters

Banning ammo is blow to Constitution; Schmitt's lawsuits sign of desperation and more top letters

Letter: Trump’s flawed Taliban deal promised an endless war Regarding “ Triumphant Taliban declare victory from airport” (Sept. 1): Many people who’ve only recently started paying attention to Afghanistan are now asking: Why couldn’t we keep a small force to keep the Taliban from taking over? Well, look no further than to the master of the art of the deal, Donald Trump, who agreed to leave by May 2021, release 5,000 Taliban fighters and, in exchange, the Taliban wouldn’t attack our troops. So what option did we have? Stay and risk attacks on our troops, and then we respond, followed by a Taliban response, followed by another decade there? No thanks. Denis Beganovic • St. Louis Letter: Banning Russian ammo another blow to the Constitution The Biden Administration has a lot on its plate right now yet they have still found a way to continue their agenda against Second Amendment rights. Under recent State Department sanctions, there will be no more Russian ammo or firearms being imported into the United States beginning on Sept. 7. The rule will remain in place for a minimum of 12 months. Millions of law-abiding citizens have used Russian ammunition for years because it is low-cost and dependable. It allows citizens to practice their marksmanship skills economically. This is just another slow chipping away at our constitutional rights. Letter: Fantasy about reinstating Trump would be a catastrophe Regarding the letter “ Impeach Biden, bring back Trump to solve Afghan mess” (Aug. 23): The letter […]

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