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Watertown Street Where Boston Bombing Suspect Was Captured Moves On
Tue Apr 15, 2014
In reply to: Al Kyda #5.2 Yes. Exactly and precisely. Sometimes the truth is obvious. Those whose dull minds prevent them from seeing this need to take time and reflect on their failings -- for the answers are there for anyone and everyone to grasp.
How Google Glass Is Redefining Tech Etiquette
Sat Feb 22, 2014
In reply to: Robert Vorthman #2.1 It's obvious to most people, but if not, you should make an effort to understand. What you don't understand might kill you.
Christie: N.J. mall shooting shows need for stronger mental health treatment
Tue Nov 5, 2013
@Pessimist-2618173: Rather than asking which country has the highest rate of murders, you should be asking which country has the most freedoms, such as the right to keep and bear arms for self-defense.
Brazil court convicts 3 for rape of American tourist in Rio
Thu Aug 15, 2013
It is absolutely true that in the US, law-abiding citizens have the legal and technical means to deploy deadly force against deadly threats. Those possessing appropriate weapons training and experience should never be subject to illegal prosecution and harassment by liberal elements.
Jury finds George Zimmerman not guilty
Sat Jul 13, 2013
This is ALL about race, and the real ignoratio elenchi here is bringing firearms into the discussion. Intellectual dishonesty is a trait most often characterized by those holding untenable positions themselves.
After decades as 'world's most dangerous' place, has Somalia turned the corner?
Sat May 11, 2013
Perhaps if Somalia's law-abiding citizens were able to possess fully automatic firearms and handguns without a license, the country would be safe enough to visit. As everywhere else, criminals and killers already have those same weapons, yet those who obey the law are rendered defenseless.
Gun-rights group endorses Manchin-Toomey compromise
Sun Apr 14, 2013
Gun-ban extremists have obviously succeeded in their divide-and-conquer strategy, splintering pro-gun groups into warring factions that despise one another. I recommend that all American patriots arm themselves as comprehensively as possible, while it is still possible.
Recession's toll: About five years of retirement
Thu Jul 14, 2011
Work what job? There aren't any jobs out there.
Anthony juror: 'Sick to our stomach' over verdict
Wed Jul 6, 2011
When a jury of your inferiors renders a verdict based on lies, obfuscations and manipulation by shyster lawyers out only to amplify their wealth, is it really any surprise that the verdict is nonsensical? Let me guess what's next: Book and movie deals, highly paid TV appearances and media engagemen …
Exxon Mobil not upfront on spill, Montana says
Wed Jul 6, 2011
What do you expect from the company that brought us the Valdez disaster? BP one-upped them with the Deepwater Horizon catastrophe, so perhaps they're trying to regain the crown. It's only a minor trickle in comparison, but I'll give them points for novelty.
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