Bob Layton Editorial: Over to you

Bob Layton looks back at your responses. Dimitri Otis/Getty Images

It’s Friday – let’s see what’s on your mind.

About the gun law debate in the United States, Graham says if you want to shoot semi-automatic weapons, join the military, otherwise, be satisfied with single action. Others point out that with a single action you are just as dead.

Gordon tells me the gun issue is not a debate, and I must never call it a debate again.

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Others wonder why, when an American policeman shoots an unarmed person, the crowds blame the officer.  Yet, when a teenager is doing the shooting, they blame the gun.

Jamie doubts American politicians will listen to the people. He says, first, they consider what their donors want them to do.

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About the Alberta public/private school discussion, Jules points out private schools save us taxpayers money – they educate students for about 60 per cent less.

Joe says we should stop blaming Prime Minister Trudeau for everything that needs fixing. He says the pipeline dispute is between Premiers Notley and Horgan, only.

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Hey, everyone is entitled to their own opinion – let me know what you think about that one.

Bob Layton is the news manager of the Corus Edmonton group of radio stations and a commentator for Global News.

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