Thank you for following up on the Walmart story. If Walmart cowers to the idiots in Washington, I will never spend another penny with them. I have already removed Dick’s Sporting Goods from my list of places to spend my hard-earned money.
They are cowards!
Rev. Terry M. Nelson
Like many, I plan to watch Obama’s inauguration ceremonies. Unique to us, rich in tradition and all that. But what I’d like to see included in the telecast is some behind-the-scenes stuff. Obama’s crown- fitting session, for example.
After reading about Mayor Koch’s desire to ban all guns in the U.S., I can’t help but wonder if politicians are unable to learn from the past. From 1920 to 1933, the U.S. government banned all liquor. History shows us how successful that was. The U.S. government has been waging their “War on Drugs” now for many years and have yet to win. Why do they think a ban on guns would be successful? To my knowledge, neither drugs nor liquor are mentioned or protected by the original U.S. Constitution.
Perhaps a history lesson is in order for the ruling class in the U.S. ... continue reading »
The Obama administration’s response to petitioners for state secession is typical liberal jive, i.e., self-serving legalistic mumbo-jumbo that twists history, projects hypocrisy, ignores culpability and denies reality.
In rejecting states’ right to secede, the administration refers to the “right to change our national government through the power of the ballot.”
That may sound OK in theory, except that the system is broken and Obama administration wa ... continue reading »
Why are you publishing such BS?
I have a good idea: You are a bunch of old (and I mean old) white men that wish we were back in 1860!
I’ll tell you what, you and your kind are dying off more each day, and I can’t wait until you’re all gone!
The Second Amendment needs to be redefined for modern times.
It is my opinion that the right to bear arms is very similar to the right to smoke: They both have a cancerous effect that contributes to the decay in modern society.
We as a society can continue to ignore it and look the other way or come up with temporary fixes that give the appearance of seriousness. However, the reality is: There are too many guns in the U.S., and our too-many-guns are being turned on us.
I believe all the suggested legislation on the table as of now might make it difficult to sell certain weapons; yet, it does not address the ability to ... continue reading »