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ADULTS with guns showing our children HOW to be KILLERS.

So tired of ADULTS with guns showing our children HOW to be KILLERS. The people who are using guns for domestic causes need to be arrested held accountable and put in jail. They are the ones who do NOT teach children how to be better people. WHY would you put your children at risk in the first place having a relationship with someone who obviously has anger issues.SO when you all write stories maybe you need to get to the bottom of HOW THEY were RAISED to find the TRUTH about WHO they really are instead of blaming everyone else like the cops for their BAD BEHAVIOR. I was raised with guns but under NO circumstances we were to take the guns out for anything OTHER than hunting or protecting our cattle from danger. People who do not know WHAT their kids are doing on their off time obviously do not instill GREAT responsibility into their children and definately would have been be off NEVER having children if they did not want to teach them right from wrong.

Linda replied 16 hours ago

Statehood for Washington, D.C.?

Could Washington, D.C., become a state? The New York Times has just reported a bill to grant the District of Columbia statehood has passed the House, on party lines. It would be the 51st state and would be called Washington, Douglass Commonwealth in honor of Frederick Douglass. If it becomes a state, it would have one representative and two senators. The bill, however, faces stiffer challenges in the U.S. Senate, where it's estimated that at least 10 Republicans would have to get on board with the idea. What are your thoughts? Should D.C. become a state?

Cassie liked 3 days ago

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