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WonderfulLife commented on Sign guy protests new concert rules

I'm grateful to our founding fathers and the Constitution they believed in, however, there are limits to certain 'rights' - and Freedom of Speech is one of them. For instance, one can not shout "FIRE" in a building that's crowded with people when there is no fire. Another example, you can…

WonderfulLife commented on Pot initiative: big concern is crime

While Crime is a concern, using Numbers from a State of Colorado to fan the flames of worry doesn't help when you're talking not about the State of California increasing crime because of Marijuana, but a town of about 30,000 people called Yucca Valley.

For instance, if you want to proj…

WonderfulLife commented on Pot initiative: What’s wrong with it?

In my opinion, I don't care if the initiative offers a tax. That's because I don't want the town dictating what I can do on my own property as it relates to growing a plant, that could help relieve pain or have some edible value. Any thing to slap the hands of the Town Council is a good th…

Thanks for this article. It's about time someone said something. However I should slightly correct the statement that the flag should not touch the ground. The U.S. Code regulating how the flag should be treated states "The flag should never touch anything beneath it, such as the gro…

Hope the business is successful, but a "Family Oriented Business" with "Midget Mania Wrestling" sounds a little bit off . What's so wholesome about seeing a bunch or short people wrestle? Oh, I forgot, it's a place in the 'country' . . . must be the air.

It has always been my concern that this area should have water issues resolved by all towns working on this issue together, including the Marines. In fact, I have issued my concerns before the starting of Yucca Valley's project that the Marines should not only be included in discussions con…

Would the author rather have 1) words spoken by people in order to express their feelings no matter how vile those words are, or 2) Civil Unrest and Violence that leads to the killing of elected officials?

The President of the United States often sets the tone for this civil society ca…

I'm sorry to hear about the loss of the Army Soldier . . but really, going 80-100 MPH what was he thinking? Or should I say, not thinking? There is the problem. Go to Iraq or Afghanistan and getting all the training in the world, and then come home, thinking you can do anything you want…

Almost all these things cited by the OP such "wars all over the planet, terrorism, pollution of the land, air and waters, shortages of food and clean water, poverty, famine, slavery, rampant crime, nukes in the hands of madmen, depleted fisheries, melting ice caps, massive oil spills, …