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Waiting for the government

By William R. Toler As the clean up from Hurricane Irene gets underway, it’s interesting to see how different people handle it. There are some who are pleading for help. Mostly from the government. To bring food and water, clear … Continue reading

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State of emergency causes firearms firestorm in N.C.

By William R. Toler North Carolina gun owners beware. If you get caught with a weapon during a declared state of emergency, you could be a criminal. That’s what the people of King in Stokes County had to learn the … Continue reading

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Gun sales go up

By William R. Toler Sales aren’t down for all items. Firearms are starting to see a dramatic increase in purchases, according to the Associated Press. The election of a Democratic president and a congressional majority of Democrats have been said … Continue reading

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What was Biden saying?

By William R. Toler Just what did Sen. Joe Biden, Democratic vice presidential nominee, mean by his statements this weekend? The major networks and other mass media outlets are just quoting the first part of Biden’s remarks: “Mark my words…It … Continue reading

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Police state precursor?

Could the paranoid ramblings of radio talk show host Alex Jones be coming true? Are we heading toward the era of martial law? One could draw that conclusion following the events in Helena-West Helena, Ark. where the city council has … Continue reading

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