Letters to the Editor

Constitutional rights there for good reason

I wish we could ask the Founding Fathers if they had radio, television or the Internet in mind when they wrote about freedom of speech and the press.

If the Constitution needs changing because of advances in technology, a provision to do so is provided in the document itself.

The right to bear arms, to speak freely, to peaceably assemble -- should these and other unalienable rights be discarded by politicians or judges after any tragic event?

Lawrence "Vinnie" Francese Beaufort