* Call the Logan city police office, and tell them they are idiots for arresting an eighth-grader. Call the teacher, too.
* I see where Joe Manchin is accusing the NRA of lying about his gun control bill, but he used their endorsement to get elected. This will be his final term.
* Ninety-nine percent of gun crimes are committed by black-market guns. Keep up the good work, and vote "no" on gun control.
* If you really want a theocracy in the United States, you would first of all have to throw out the First Amendment. Theocracies such as Saudi Arabia are notorious for throwing out minor religions.
* The FBI interviewed suspect No. 1 two years ago because he spent six months in Russia to probably plan terrorist attacks. I'm sure people in Russia helped plan the Boston attack.
* The number of people killed in the United States by medical mistakes is about nine times the number of people killed by guns. To save American lives, maybe we need a war on doctors and medical mistakes instead of a war on guns.
* Of course Sen. Kessler is going to give the legislative session an "A." He was one of their ringleaders in wasting time and money. That is all they do for 60 days. They always have to schedule extra sessions because of their wastefulness.
* I feel sorry for those property owners who try to maintain their homes and yards when they have neighbors who obviously have absolutely no pride in themselves or their property.
* Our government is still spending more money than it did last year; it's just spending 2 percent less than it planned to spend. Perhaps if those who blame everything on Republicans spent more time seeking out facts and less time watching MSNBC, they'd know this.
* Just remember: Nothing in life is free. Nothing. If it is free to you, that just means somebody paid for it for you. Unless you are elderly or severely disabled, you should be ashamed for somebody else to pay your way through life. Somebody else earned that dollar that you just took and spent.
* I am as Republican as they come. I am a long-time NRA member. I believe that each and every law-abiding U.S. citizen has the right to choose whether to own a gun or not. I do not think the federal government has any right whatsoever to infringe on the rights of law-abiding citizens. But I tell you what: I have no problem supporting background checks to keep guns from criminals.
* We absolutely have the best Congress money can buy.
* The "nobody-died-in-the-knife-attack" people are missing the point. Guns or no guns, mentally unstable and evil people will find a way to attack, injure and kill.
* Liberal media outlets have no problem saying it wouldn't hurt to give a little on our Second Amendment rights. We should be happy to give up some of our rights. I can't help but wonder how they would feel if it were the First Amendment being rewritten and changed.