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  1. 3 months ago on Jack Ohman

    I had a sister in law die from multiple gunshot wounds, some to the head. Family that wished were still allowed to view her body, their choice. My wife cried many times at the memory of that look. But felt it was necessary.

    Choice is part of freedom.

  2. 3 months ago on Kevin Kallaugher

    I needed a pistol once. I went downtown and purchased a nice stainless .357 in less than two hours. Turns out I did not need it and it was resold.

    While laws are not going to affect these transactions, most gun deaths are spur of the moment suicides or lover’s spats involving citizens without the network to acquire guns on the black market. Laws will save many of them.

    Nothing personal, but the great majority of citizens would get nothing from me or my similarly feathered friends.

  3. 3 months ago on ViewsAsia

    America was headed towards number two due to resources.

    True that putting a number two in the White House hurried the process, but like global warming it was happening anyway. Slowly and painlessly until the interference.

  4. 3 months ago on Stuart Carlson

    What Trump is, what Trump was, and what Trump will be is all and the same. Trump specifically told America during the campaign exactly how much he hated minorities and especially women members of minorities.

    Now that he was appointed president in spite of his loss, the American people are too cowardly to do the right thing to correct this.

    Trump is merely acting out on a national platform the obvious disgust he always held for women of color.

  5. 3 months ago on Matt Davies

    My daughter an I enrolled in martial art classes (full meal deal) when she turned 11. This continued for eight years and so far only came in handy once during high school. She did not mean to make him cry but when she finally grabbed his hand to stop his fondling he tried to pull away. She managed to not break his wrist but it was close, “He tried to pull loose when I had a hold of him, what was his matter?”

    Word gets around fast, the jerks found less aggressive prey.

  6. 3 months ago on Matt Davies

    I think it did not happen to her.

  7. 3 months ago on Tom Toles

    Nobody donates to the Trump foundation, not even the Russians. All proceeds went directly into Trump’s pocket, not even sly about it. So, no one donates to Trump’s foundation anymore, period, not even pro quid pro ’cause Trump deceived there also.

  8. 3 months ago on Clay Bennett

    Trump lied most obviously and quite transparently from the beginning. His hatred of minorities was plainly stated among the lies as was his promise to discriminate against minorities of all income levels and poor white folk as well. His entire campaign revolved around this promise of division.

    So being surprised by the uptick in deaths of minorities or attacks against minority Gold Star families is not logical, we knew.

    Just as we know this is leading to widespread loss of rights and mass murder by troops under the direct control of the executive branch. This is undeniably coming to America. Trump promised and his toadies are delivering.

  9. 3 months ago on Nick Anderson

    ^ ??

  10. 3 months ago on Clay Jones

    Documentation of actions by the White House is unpatriotic and will not be tolerated as the acts are hazardous to the citizens of the USA and show criminal activity on the part of appointed officials.

    All we get are lies, transparent, obvious lies. Mostly the lies are causing great damage to American citizens that are not orange, causing death in many cases overseen by Trump appointees who fully agree with the murder and encouraging the release of all uniformed murderers.

    So far so good, Trump is allowed to do so by those very victims. Maybe, just maybe, their families and relatives would live longer if they fought back? Just a thought.