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Re: “According to Newt

I love the revisionist history here. "In the end Clinton was exonerated." Lest we forget that he was impeached for lying. I guess that might be exoneration in you book. Whitewater while swept under the rug was true and they got away with it...awesome. Win/win for the Clintons I suppose. I guess I am just one of those trolls, right Robert? Please. I expect more honesty from someone that teaches the next generation, not whitewashes the truth to make it more palatable to the rabid dogs that feed on this nonsense. Please tell me you are not teaching your students this drivel.

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Posted by AnjeclicNinja on 09/08/2014 at 8:04 PM

Re: “Loitering For All

I would love to see this work, however, it still leaves the problem of the homeless harassing people and the vagrants just squatting wherever they choose. I don't know about you but I want to go places that inspire me to live life, not avoid because can't enforce the live and let live policy this article seems to espouse. I would love to live and let live if I wasn't asked every few minutes if I have some spare change. My response? I would be happy to give you food, clothing, or anything that would help you get back on your feet. Why have you not made use of the wonderful charities in the downtown area that want to do just that for you? Usually they go find someone else who will give them the spare change they are looking for and continue down the "escapism" pattern of drinking or drugging themselves into obliviousness. This is the unfortunate side effect of the live and let live policy that some on one side don't seem to want to allow. Peace.

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Posted by AnjeclicNinja on 08/29/2014 at 1:54 PM

Re: “Selective Empathy

"In one generation, we could do away with borders, war and systems of oppression. Instead of punishing children who are the victims of adult error, let's do the adult thing and learn from our mistakes, change our behavior and repair what we've broken." This smacks of naivety on so many levels I find it hard to believe that this is an actual quote. It has taken so many generations to destroy the mindset of so many of our current generation into a non thinking, go with the flow, and frankly don't care attitude, that it will certainly take more than one generation to turn this around. Let's start with our school system from grade school to upper education. This has been undermined to an alarming degree within the last 50 years to an entitlement mentality that is not asking what we can do for this for this country, but "how can I get mine." This I believe is because we don't teach children anymore to think for themselves. We indoctrinate them with the silly notion that the world is not filled with competative, and many times ruthless pursuit of the almighty dollar. We don't have competition in school anymore and everyone is given a prize just for participating and we wonder why this generation is failing in this dog eat dog world? We have created an impotent generation and are continuing to perpetuate this with our mentality that says, "If we are nice to others, surely they will be nice to me and I will succeed with just being who I am." That would work in a Utopian society which we obviously don't live in. Let's give these children of the future the tools to compete, and that's not a bad word by the way, in a global market that will help keep this country on the path of greatness it was once on. We must teach realistic truths about our world and how it works, not some fantasy. Peace.

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Posted by AnjeclicNinja on 08/29/2014 at 12:38 PM

Re: “Eyes in the Sky

While I don't wish to live in George Orwell's 1984, I think this commentator is slightly paranoid. We do live in a world where the threat of a dirty bomb or some other terrorist plot could come from inside the borders of Canada and cross into America to make it's point that America is evil and must be destroyed. I for one am happy that we are policing these borders with surveilance. We must know where the threats exist if we are to keep another 9/11 from happening again. We must do all we can within the law to ensure our security. No one's privacy is being invaded here. Not really. I don't see federal agents busting down doors of private citizens and hauling them off to some dark hole somewhere with a spotlight in their face and asking them what they were doing in their back yard. Please, let's show a little common sensse and let our government continue to keep us safe and not let paranoia run rampant as if we are under some totalitarian-style rule. Peace.

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Posted by AnjeclicNinja on 08/29/2014 at 12:25 PM

Re: “Serve, Protect and Defeat?

Unfotunately Weech seems to live in the fantasy world of life which contends that if we just treat criminals with kid gloves they won't be so violent and destructive. I guess we should just be like other countries that have removed the arms of the policing bodies and the only ones that have weapons are the criminals, who by the way will get guns on the black market even if they are outlawed to the general public. Police impotence is the surest way to begin the slippery slope to the foxes running the hen house. And I know personally one of the officers in the Spokane Police Dept. and am sick of hearing how "corrupt" or police force is. Only the negative stories and one sided reporting about the SPD seem to make the news. These people put their lives on the line for us and deserve the benefit of the doubt in violent situations. I am not calling for no accountablility, just common sense and a little respect for people who are increasingly being stripped of being able to do their jobs effectively. I used to live in Portland, OR and the way the lunatic fringe lambasted the police department for doing their job sickened me. It was always the drug dealing, violent criminal that was given the sympathy when an officer unfortunately had to take their lives. When the police cowed to these people and removed the precautions for the safety of the officers in the field, police were getting shot and the criminals were getting away scot free. Is this what we want here? I say absolutely not. Let's show a little common sense. Please.

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Posted by AnjeclicNinja on 08/29/2014 at 12:18 PM

Re: “Clouds Over Paradise

I can agree that Idaho needs change, but why go with this Democrat that has not shown that, as president of the school board, he can bring any real and positive changes to a very broken system. I say we keep looking for better leadersip.

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Posted by AnjeclicNinja on 08/29/2014 at 12:07 PM

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