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Vigilance must be kept for freedom

April 23, 2013

It’s a scenario that plays out with all too frightening regularity in the United States. People gather to enjoy an event or a night out. The good times are shattered in a split second by violenc....

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Apr-24-13 1:48 PM

What if you Daddy a pimp? Then what? Should we call the man?

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Apr-24-13 12:57 PM

"If your mommy is a Commie, then you got to turn her in"

The Chad Mitchel Trio circa 1963

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Apr-24-13 12:22 PM

marine12, if every body thinks that protecting and reporting is SNITCHing like you do, maybe the thing that don't get reported will what allows you or somebody you love to get killed, maimed, or left a veggie.

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Apr-24-13 10:08 AM

How can we have freedom if as this editorial suggests, we become a "snitch society".

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Apr-23-13 10:14 AM

There are a myriad of things we can do as American's to ensure our safety. It's our country not some terrorists. Don't let them take it or disrupt it.

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Apr-23-13 10:13 AM

Watch that crazy neighbor that cuts his grass after dark, cuts down trees in the rain and eats with his hands.

Seriously, it is time that every American do their part to see things that are out of place. We now live in a time that no level of security, laws, or limits will stop those that want to create harm on others. I believe there will always be some level of indication that somebody is doing something before they act. It just requires a little attention. I'm one that knows what cars are at my neighbors regularly, when there should be nobody entering their homes, when strange vehicles are making multiple trips up and down the road, older neighbors when not seen for a couple of days I check on them. Some I check on daily during the winter. My neighbors are pretty good distance away as I live out in the sticks. During the winter if their drive needs done I plow for them, watch for tire tracks as well to make sure there is movement, etc... People should not be hunting in off seaso

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