I condemn this tragedy to the fullest. I stand with the victims of this and other violent crimes. However, I also condemn in the strongest terms the attacks on Republicans and gun owners by left wing politicians and certain members of the mainstream media. As something needs to be done about this, I offer the following:
- Encourage Legislators to pass laws which attach an extra 20 years on top of a sentence for anyone who commits a crime using a deadly weapon.
- Encourage the Governor and President to use the laws we already have such as the Red Flag Laws to keep deadly weapons out of the hands of criminals and documented people with mental health disabilities. Families can play a significant part in dealing with this.
- Enable Law Enforcement Professionals to do their jobs efficiently.
- Enable schools to have armed Security Guards and enable training for them to react to school shootings.
- Use Federal and State funds to increase the physical security of school buildings and grounds.
- Marianne Haas, Secretary, Central Committee
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On March 16, the New York Times published an article which admitted that the Hunter Biden laptop revelations were real. Let this sink in. I’m not talking about the salacious trash about Hunter Biden’s perversions. The emails referring to corrupt deals with foreign governments from which Joe Biden benefited are significant, but not the real killer.
The Alameda Unified School District (AUSD) Board missed a chance to do something bold for our kids. I’ve attended meetings for several months and met some members. Without a doubt, we have intelligent board members who devote their time and clearly care about our children. Sometimes you have to take a stand for something that may be unpopular, or perhaps against an irrational state rule. In this case, the mask mandate.
The Republican National Committee (GOP) at its February 2022 meeting in Salt Lake City, made clear that Republicans remain firmly in support of traditional, family values. The committee passed a resolution supporting the strongest party platform to date on religious liberty and moral/social issues. The Resolution to Reaffirm Our Commitment to the Current Republican Party Platform stated:
“The RNC reaffirms its unwavering commitment to the Republican Party Platform and pledges to continue to structure all initiatives in a manner that furthers the policies reflected therein.”Read more
Regarding “American Fascism on the Rise” (Insight, Jan. 2): I would say that extremism on the right and left is on the march. Both my parents remember Nazism and fascism really well. They heard the bombs falling and saw the destruction. They also were aware of concentration camps as a Jewish family lived in my grandparents’ house.
I grew up about five hours from the East German border. I had the opportunity to visit the Soviet Union in 1976. I saw little children marching in goose step just like in Nazi Germany. I also saw the Berlin Wall that prevented people from leaving the “workers' paradise.”
So, I believe in this Republic. I also believe in a multiparty system. Democrats have the White House, Senate and House. This is one-party rule.
Public safety is often equated with “law and order” and fascism is implied. This is wrong. I used to be able to travel around the Bay Area safely. I now cannot do so alone due to a disability.
Marianne Haas, Berkeley (CC Member), Letter to the Editor in 1/4/2022 San Francisco Chronicle eEdition