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Your tired arguments do not hold water. The Senate did debate and vote and defeated
the flawed gun bill. There are about 14,000 gun laws in the US, many of which are
not enforced. The NRA works to honor the 2nd amendment and provide gun safety courses, as well as sponsored shooting training for law enforcement and private citizens. Your statement that most guns are owned by old white male republicans is
possibly correct because of the large number of "older" white males in the country.
They have rights just as you do. However, I find your statement to be racist.
It would be great to have you set a standard for any new gun law. Something along the lines of answering the question: "Will this law do anything to stop the illegal possession of firearms by criminals, those mentally ill, or bent on terrorist activities.?? Those people will not subject themselves to background checks because they know they would be stopped. We have nothing to fear from the NRA, but lots to fear from nuts who want to stop law-abiding citizens from lawful possession and use of firearms.
You hit it on the head!!
Enough of the fear mongering.
Lacking ancient knowledge of the historical variations in global temperature, it has become "Mod" to grab on to the latest fad such as "Global Warming" which changed to " Climate Change" because warming was not happening. Soon it will be "Moderation of the Normal" Defined as: when your head is in the oven and you are sitting on a block of ice, your Navel is NORMAL. Then things change.
The biggest problem is that this uninformed distraction is very costly to those countries that buy into it. The enemy surrounds us. Condition impossible, I attack.
I get suspicious when I look at the map and see jagged boundaries that include some properties and exclude other parcels on the other side of the road. Just look at the parcels on the west side of Cottonwood Road. They seem to be completely surrounded by the 870 acres annexed but will be in a "pocket" not part of the City. It is obvious the City has taken advantage of a system whereby property developers agree to not oppose annexation if the City proposes such action. Then, the unsuspecting home buyers are stuck with no say in the matter. The developers agreements, required before building permits are approved, lock in future buyers to not oppose annexation. The City simply has to gather up the values of the new high dollar houses, bundle them together with a few parcels of lesser value or agricultural zoning acreage subject to future development, thereby reaching the 60% threshold, and voila! they have you annexed. This whole action has been done without individual notification to many property owners, and is indicative of the way you will be treated by the City in the future. Simply a way to get more tax dollars for the City with promises of great Police Protection, Water and Sewer lines, Wonderful roads maintained, etc. The decision has already been made! You have been had.
There's nothing you can do about it. Surprise !! Go to all the Public Discussions you can, but don't get your hopes up very high. Sweet Dreams.....
A power user who wants to save money should have the vendor making them a proposal for lower rates include the cost of these things in their installation bid.
That being said, the vendor should fix all these problems before any offer is made.
Pacific Power should be able to sell the conduit and wire to the REA to prevent the
Country Club from looking like the scenes from "Caddyshack" This provision in the
rules and tariffs clearly seems to be more than an attempt to recover the customers investments, but more like an attempt at coercion to retain customers and reduce competition. Time for the WSUTC to step up and fix the problem.
Always remember: No matter what the issue, 50% of the people
are below average. This could account for the news media's inability
to ask serious questions. We will continue to demand answers.
Info from the Tri-City Herald and a phone call to the Federal Court in Spokane.
Charged with one count. Released on her own recognizance. Will appear in Federal Court in Spokane on Thursday at 1:30 P.M. to change her plea to guilty.
Case number 2:2012-cr-06054-FVS USA vs Carol J. Lepiane
A quick reimbursement of the stolen funds could help out the Sheriff's office and might reduce any sentence she could receive. The Authorities deserve a loud
Thank You for unraveling this series of thefts. I personally thought it would
never be solved, in spite of the Union-Bulletin's dogged appeal to get the facts.
One question not answered yet: Did she earn a pension for her work as a
Public Servant? If so, does she continue to get it for life?
The outcome was great. A Purse returned to the owner, and an employee does the right thing, and a Mom is proud. Remember that cameras covering the parking lot help everyone make the right decisions. We need more cameras recording public places to help people with proper behavior. I am sure Murph would have done the right thing even without cameras recording all movements. Period. A while back a
customer called the Police to report her purse stolen out of a Wal-Mart shopping cart and when the Officer responded, the Customer Service people showed him the purse had been retrieved and turned in by another customer. Case Closed. Purse Returned. Way To Go Murph!!
Note to letter writer Mr. John Crane:
Read the letter from Mr.Nagle a fewmore times.
Clearly, Law Enforcement investigators determined that the
shots were fired from INSIDE the doorway. All the facts come to the same conclusion that it would be hard, no, make that impossible, to get a conviction in this case. It would be a waste of time and money to prosecute Mr. Saul and the likelyhood would be that without a conviction the County would have to pay for his Attorney's fees.
How much more time, effort and money do you want to throw at such a loser of a case? You may want to go buy an alarm system for every store in the valley that does not have one and it would make you feel better the next time.
Mr.Saul broke NO laws in defending his home, property and person.
Time to let it go.
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