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The 30+ killed at Virginia Tech were killed by a .22 and a 9 mm. Does it really matter which gun was used?
Posted 21 March 2018, 12:11 p.m.
I didn't fail to mention why. "The waiver was done in the ever ubiquitous and often unsubstantiated interest of national security. "
How has arming the enemy of our enemy worked out in the past?
Our country has been a War waging machine since its inception.
No I don't want to arm any children. The past administration and the present do a good job of that already. What's interesting is the juxtaposition between what we tolerate as an act of foreign policy vs. what we are trying to fix domestically.
Posted 12 March 2018, 1:10 p.m.
Trump and Tillerson have granted the same waiver.
Posted 12 March 2018, 8:35 a.m.
As a current activist with influence he's pretty relevant.
Posted 11 March 2018, 10:46 a.m.
This walk out paves the way for what some would consider unallowable walk outs that differ from this walk out position. Would we be willing to support those efforts in the name of their inspiration to weigh in on issues? Or would they be censored for having a less popular position?
Posted 8 March 2018, 12:24 p.m.
What I don't understand is why even look to the executive office (past and present) for any opinions on these issues. Americans look to the executive office for far too opinions and far too many solutions to problems not under the purview of the office. The executive office and its influence, capabilities, and impact on the country need to be limited as originally intended. Trump and Obama are a perfect examples. The rule by fiat and decree under Obama (and he isn't the only one) continues under Trump. A well known actress once declared that we should give Obama all the power he needs to get things done. Are you sure you want to create that standard?Be careful with the power and responsibilities you bestow and expect from one president to the next.
Posted 8 March 2018, 12:13 p.m.
Can students in favor of gun ownership "rights" stage counter protests? The walkout is a slippery slope.
Posted 7 March 2018, 10:34 a.m.
If the AR was the weapon of war it is supposed to be....why then is the US Army not using it?
Posted 4 March 2018, 1:16 p.m.
I'm not sure I am seeing much of a difference between the NRA and big pharma. Why aren't we hearing more about big pharma's role in lobbying and interchangeable personnel between companies and government? Lets not forget the death toll from their even more deadly product has had on our country.
Posted 4 March 2018, 1:14 p.m.
"Now that we know that works maybe we can get more officers added in other places without the increase of guns."
Except that officers have guns and are an increase in guns.
Posted 3 March 2018, 11:31 a.m.
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