You choose, we deliver
If you are interested in this story, you might be interested in others from The Journal Gazette. Go to www.journalgazette.net/newsletter and pick the subjects you care most about. We'll deliver your customized daily news report at 3 a.m. Fort Wayne time, right to your email.

Letters

  • Letters
    'Greatest nation' isshallow in showing it So often I see what appear at first glance to be demonstrations of my fellow citizens' pride in America.
  • Letters
    ‘Greatest nation’ isshallow in showing itSo often I see what appear at first glance to be demonstrations of my fellow citizens’ pride in America.
  • Drivers inconsiderate of funeral processions
    I want to discuss proper funeral procession etiquette. I was leaving a funeral on Oct. 3, traveling down West Jefferson Boulevard to Covington Road.
Advertisement

Facebook reaction

After the announcement earlier this week that the Indiana Republican Party’s annual convention in Fort Wayne would be gun-free, the Grand Wayne Convention Center clarified on Wednesday that the event will be gun-friendly after all. Here is how our readers on Facebook responded to the change. If you would like to see your comments in this space, “like” The Journal Gazette’s Facebook page and comment on a story.

Tom Pitzen: How convenient.

Joe Renner: They should respect the Second Amendment year round, not just for certain political parties.

Paul Griner: Is this a bad precedent? What happens when another radical group holds a convention at The Grand Wayne?

Joe Silva: There is a tea party member whose head is exploding right now.

John S. Dellinger: I was wondering how the conventioneers would be able show their enthusiasm without firing guns into the air. Good for them!

Advertisement