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  1. 1 day ago on Bob Gorrell

    “A well-regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”Thanks for highlighting the contradiction by our fore fathers. I mean it only says “well-regulated Militia” and a militia are armed civilians, not regular military forces, who will not be kept from bearing arms. Bottomline: government can regulate the possession of arms the civil populace can carry without restricting them from having arms. Or by your implication, all convicted felons are having their rights infringed. Haha! Thanks for playing.

  2. 1 day ago on Gary Varvel

    Yeah. Where’s the evidence? How do we verify allegations? Oh that’s right, allowing law enforcement investigators to conduct a thorough unimpeded investigation with no time limits. Yeah how about we do that instead of claiming allegations by potential victims and witnesses as being liars. How about allowing the same level of effort that went into investigating Cosby go into investigating Kavanaugh and any other men.

  3. 1 day ago on Tom Stiglich

    You might need a new monitor. Haha! It’s just a very dark blue. Looks black on my monitor but blue on my laptop. Either way this is a stupid image. Would’ve made more sense if he only made it look like the red bar was becoming blue without touching the white bar at all; otherwise, it does seem like he’s implying something for those looking for an excuse to make this cartoon imply “racist dog whistle”.

  4. 1 day ago on Henry Payne

    Yeah cause Americans should applaud a cheap labor force that ensures the Executives and stock shareholders continue to be millionaires and billionaires at their expense.

  5. 1 day ago on Nick Anderson

    And should they find probable cause to continue the investigation past Friday you wouldn’t dare call it a “witch hunt” would you? Asking for those of us that don’t trust Barr’s DoJ.

  6. 1 day ago on Bob Gorrell

    And yet it also clearly states government is to regulate the armed populace as well.

  7. 1 day ago on Bob Gorrell

    I don’t know. Since the military hierarchy of leaders are predominantly Conservative in personal political ideology, would they side with revolutionaries or insurrectionists that were labeled as Socialists, Communists, Progressives, or Liberals by conservative media? Even if there was a hypothetical Conservative majority government that is being tyrannical. There’s a reason why 9 out of 10 TVs in government and military workplaces are tuned into Fox News and not CNN or MSNBC or local affiliates daily.

  8. 1 day ago on Tom Stiglich

    More have died from gun violence than from tainted pot, bad e-cigs, and bad vaping combined. So it would be nice if politicians focused on real issues to domestic welfare. Stop simplifying the gun control activists as “2nd amendment is to blame”; that is as bad as pro-gun activists saying “2nd amendment protect our rights to own any gun and as many guns as we want”. Neither are accurate statements.2A is very clear; “well regulated militia”. Thus, armed civilians or citizens should be regulated by government. Therefore, government can dictate what type of guns, how many guns, and the ammunition and accessories the civilian or citizen can own/possess under their constitutional rights. It didn’t mean civilians/citizens are to regulate themselves. Now that would be wishful thinking. AND NOONE in politics is coming for ALL guns, just certain kinds. Otherwise, perhaps our LEOs need to be paramilitary law enforcement like in some countries. Then we won’t have cops cower like the one at the MDS HS in FL did a year ago.

  9. 4 days ago on Tom Stiglich

    All the vaping industry needs to do is add a revised warning label in the same way the tobacco and alcohol industry did.

  10. 4 days ago on Tom Stiglich

    I know. There were no calls to ban e-cigs after a few crazy incidents. Go figure.