I have no fear from information like this, what is bothersome is the radical left's new approach to all political footballs. That so-called journalist, and Gannett News Corp., have introduced the concept of terrorizing gun owners to push an agenda. In other words, anyone in society with a gun is a criminal and they should be punished. Where has America heard that tactic before? You guessed it, the hard religious right and the abortion issue. Why is it that both sides of the political spectrum in our society will kill the other over how they perceive each other is causing death a.k.a. unwarranted murder?
Will this thought I have put forth generate debate, or is this concept too deep for this internet community and just generate scorn?posted @ Thursday, December 27, 2012 - 12:51
[quote][b]Hawaii Five O[/b] - The courts will only grant probation. I have a Dirty Harry Syndrome....
That could make you the menace to society and general welfare. Only kill when your life or others is in imminent danger.posted @ Thursday, December 27, 2012 - 12:30
Just waiting for this to turn up as evidence in divorce proceedings or private investigations and related firms demanding the government quite undermining their business.posted @ Thursday, December 27, 2012 - 12:01
[quote][b]ShoNuff[/b] - Irony of the purest form.
Where would you expect to find an alcoholic? At an AA meeting should be the first answer, drunks in the bars haven't admitted the problem yet.posted @ Thursday, December 27, 2012 - 11:55
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Rep. Regina Quick, R-Athens, was one of two local delegates to score less than an "A+" in the Chamber of Commerce's annual legislative score card. She and I played phone tag Monday when I was reporting the story and I wasn't able to get her comments in a timely fashion. Instead, she sent over this statement Wednesday morning and she did not mince her words. (Links and italicized portions are my own; otherwise, it's as she wrote it.) Dear Friends: read more
The committee opted Tuesday night to put off deciding on the ordinance until, at the earliest, its next meeting. Of note: The Athens-Clarke County attorney highlighted that the proposed times are, in essence, placeholders for the commission to change or keep as it pleases. Full text of the Use of Public Right-of-Ways ordinance draft is below. read more