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The superbly meticulously formed article, with excellent presentation. The language used is very simple and easy to understand. The terrorism is the prime focus of the article. It describes various pros can cons of the menace. The best antidote to the tyranny of crime-related violence or political gangsters is a disciplined, trained and well-armed citizenry. In the article, the information is centrifuged in very coherent manner. Thanks a lot for sharing.

02/11/10 @ 10:39 pm
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That’s really terrible.

USA President Barack Obama has promised $1.4 billion in funds to help the country fight its drug war. The three-year aid package is intended to provide weapon-detection technology, surveillance and intelligence-gathering equipment, helicopters and training for police, prison and military personnel. But in reality, nothing much has been done till now.

02/11/10 @ 08:45 pm
Care

Another example of dysfunctional government intervention is the United Nations. The UN is allegedly involved with joint military operations in the eastern Congo that have resulted in the deaths of 1,400 civilians

02/10/10 @ 11:45 am
Mark

Terrorists, most of whom may not be of any particular religious persuasion, may be preparing to blackmail us with weapons of mass destruction just for financial gain.

Many of them are prepared to attack us with very high-tech strategies and we haven’t even seen much of what may be manifested in the future. Others will just use guns.

Such issues are likely to define our age if Christ does not return soon!

01/18/10 @ 10:02 pm
SarahM

“President Felipe Calderón has sent 7,000 soldiers and 2,000 federal police into the urban warfare…..”

They could send 7 million soldiers into the city and it wouldn’t make a darn bit of difference as long as drugs are illegal and people want them. When someone figures out how to stop people from getting high or figures out how to profit from it legally, ala…californias pot shops, then the warfare will end.

01/18/10 @ 09:10 am
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I should have waited to post my last comment till after I read this page too. I am from the Northwest, and also am a Boy Scout and it was cool to read about the NRA instructor coming to teach the young scouts about firearms. I don’t think that sort of thing happens anymore. Boy Scouts is dieing.

01/13/10 @ 08:49 am

In response to: Obama, Van Jones & Chicago-style Change

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Mark

Intelligent people like our President know what their Pastor believes and what he teaches. The church the President attended included outspoken rhetoric favoring a radical anti-American agenda on a regular basis. Also anti-Israel and anti-Jewish rhetoric! Nothing the President can say will change that this is part of who he is. Obama has very closely embraced Rev. Wright and his teachings in public and provided warm affirmations on many occasions.

01/08/10 @ 07:46 pm
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I agree entirely with your last paragraph. It’s amazing that our nation even has individuals willing to enter the police force knowing that they could get sued or put in jail for doing what is right. I think we should cut them some slack and realize how tough their job is and how much we all rely on the fruits of their labor.

01/08/10 @ 10:49 am
Danny Valle

Nobody is saying here that Obama believes what his pastor believes. So let me ask you this: does Obama need to say and do more on this? Does he need to speak out more forcefully on this or has he said enough?

01/08/10 @ 08:30 am
Printer Ink

Freedom has a price. For free speech the price is political dissent like flag burning, for freedom of religion you have to tolerate beliefs that differ from the masses. The right to assemble means that the nazis and clan can assemble too. The founding fathers felt that to protect these freedoms the population had to be armed. The price to protect freedom is sometimes tragic, like when a crime is committed with a gun. Reasonable laws can help limit these occurrences.

01/05/10 @ 03:11 am