Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

For more secure elections, consider fingerprinting

Regarding “Illegal voting charges against 12 in Alamance touch a nerve” (Aug. 6): We in North Carolina have heard a lot about a photo ID being required to vote. Since North Carolina is an innovative state, we need to think of biometrics. Fingerprint technology is well advanced and inexpensive. It is used by cell phone companies instead of passwords.

Letters to the Editor

3D-printed plastic guns must be stopped

Regarding “Judge blocks release of blueprints for 3D-printed guns” (July 31): I want to strongly commend Attorney General Josh Stein for throwing his support behind the movement to prevent the formula for making guns with a 3D printer to be posted on the Internet.

Letters to the Editor

The U.S. should stop ‘trying to run everyone else’s country’

Regarding “US braces for possible cyberattacks after Iran sanctions” (Aug. 8): From reading about Iran, America’s latest “panic de jour,” it strikes me that we don’t do a particularly good job of running our own country (heavy debt, no universal health care, failing infrastructure, unaffordable college, etc.) but we do love to tell everyone else how to run theirs.

Video shows Raleigh police officers struggling to arrest man during intense struggle

Raleigh police officers use batons in a struggle with a man during an intense struggle near the intersection of Rock Quarry Road and MLK Blvd. Friday, August 17, 2018.