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  • Paul P. Snead, electronics repairman

    Paul P. Snead, a World War II Navy veteran and self-employed electronics repairman, died of kidney failure May 27 at the Dove House hospice in Westminster. The Mount Airy resident was 86. Mr. Snead was born in Pikesville, the son of a homemaker and a...
  • Getting down to brass tags

    Getting down to brass tags
    If suburban lawmakers want to get serious about helping reduce violent crime in Baltimore — aside from making racially charged observations or fueling public fears — they ought to look at the proposal under review this week by lawmakers in...
  • Microstamp technology is ineffective for law enforcement

    Your editorial "Getting down to brass tags" (June 14) left out a few facts that might give your readers a clearer view of the value of adding microstamping technology to pistols as a way of tracing spent shell-casings found at crime scenes to a particular...
  • Gun-toting Maryland candidate to throw fundraiser with NRA

    Gun-toting Maryland candidate to throw fundraiser with NRA
    Guns are on the mind of much of America in the wake of the deadly theater shooting in Colorado and a foiled copycat crime here in Maryland. They're certainly on the mind of Maryland congressional candidate Faith Loudon who's planning a shooting-themed...
  • Mass shootings: Bad for America, good for the NRA

    Mass shootings: Bad for America, good for the NRA
    It is not too much of a stretch to say the National Rifle Association profits from mass killings like the slaughter at the theater in Aurora, Colo., and the killings at the Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wis. The NRA is, after all, a fundraising machine that...
  • Holder contempt vote is dysfunctional Washington as usual

    Holder contempt vote is dysfunctional Washington as usual
    Most Americans probably haven't given much thought to the botched gun trafficking investigation by theBureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosivesknown as "Fast and Furious." What they do know are probably the most embarrassing details —...
  • Nobody is forcing wounded vets to hunt

    Letter writer E. Joseph Lamp's irrational condemnation of bowhunting is bad enough, but the idea that he would deny wounded veterans the option to hunt if they want defies understanding ("Deer hunting won't heal America's wounded warriors," Aug. 16)....
  • Fast and Furious: The Second Amendment conspiracy theory

    Fast and Furious: The Second Amendment conspiracy theory
    The brouhaha over Attorney General Eric Holder and the contempt of Congress charge brought by U.S. Rep. Darrell Issa is providing new evidence that the lunatics are running the Republican asylum. Mr. Issa, the California Republican who is chairman of the...
  • 'Furious' probe ought to focus on lax gun laws

    Letter writer Larry Sturgill ("Fast & Furious probe not a partisan fishing expedition," July 2) comments that a program similar to one begun under the Bush administration and conducted by the Obama administration, Operation Fast & Furious, was...
  • A Supreme Court dominated by right-wing ideologues is ruining America

    I have always held the Supreme Court in the highest regard, but after reading recent articles about the court if feel compelled to write. The court allowed PACS to spend whatever they wanted in our primary and general elections, usually favoring...
  • Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Friday

    WEATHER: Flurries, highs in the upper 30s. Tonight is expected to be mostly clear, temperatures in the mid-20s. TRAFFIC: Check our traffic updates for this morning's issues. TOP NEWS NRA, gun-control groups begin work in Annapolis: As the General...
  • Johnson to speak in Washington in favor of tougher gun laws

    Johnson to speak in Washington in favor of tougher gun laws
    Baltimore County police Chief James W. Johnson, along with other law enforcement leaders, will appear at a news conference Wednesday to ask Congress to approve stricter gun laws. Johnson, chairman of the National Law Enforcement Partnership to Prevent...