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By Michael P. Orsi
Edward Snowden should declare his patriotism in court
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Mike Collins
When one of the District of Columbia's top political leaders is willing to spend a day at the shooting range with a new gun owner, it's a sign the capital city may be ready to put aside the past. For 30 years, Washington banned handguns, only to face a Supreme Court rebuke in 2008. Now the city is about to make it easier for law-abiding residents to legally own a firearm.
The royal love story has been chronicled in speech bubbles and sketches.
The couple make a good looking comic book superhero and heroine, Collins said.
"She's got this flowing hair that's really lovely to draw, and he's got a very distinguished face," he said.