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Sound off, March 12, 2013

Published 9:55pm Tuesday, March 12, 2013

In homes where guns are kept, more family members are killed or shot than intruders. Since the Newton, Conn., massacre, at least 2,268 Americans have been killed with guns, including 158 children and teenagers.

I presume since state Sen. Bingham was a supporter of Mitt Romney he’s talking about teaching the Book of Mormon and not the Christian book of Barack Obama.

I don’t understand why there’s a big fuss over the land mine, Martin Marietta, when we have all these fish pounds dumping into our tributaries — lot of nutrients in that water. Nobody seems to worry about that.

Just a thought: Judaism, Muhammadism, Protestantism, Catholicism, Hinduism, Buddhism. I guess there’s lot of schooling to be done. Oh, I forgot Rism:  reading, writing, ’rithmetic.

This a fact check for Kendall Bowen, a student at Terra Ceia Christian School, for his column on the right to bear arms. The FBI reports that most homicides are committed with guns — 8,583 in 2011.

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