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Concealed Handguns: Easier to Carry Than a Policeman

by Merle J. Tester in Issues, March 25, 2015
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Some reasons to support this bill and allow Teachers and college students to protect themselves.

Concealed Handguns: Easier to Carry Than a Policeman

by Merle J. Tester in Issues, March 25, 2015
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Some reasons to support this bill and allow Teachers and college students to protect themselves.

The Award Goes to

by choisiwongirl in Issues, March 11, 2015
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Violence is not the answer and ignorance is not the way to act. It wont take long for the damage be greater than it once was. So be kind and spread love where love is absent.

The Award Goes to

by choisiwongirl in Issues, March 10, 2015
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Violence is not the answer and ignorance is not the way to act. It wont take long for the damage be greater than it once was. So be kind and spread love where love is absent.

Life in The Fast Lane

by erwinkthomas in Issues, February 22, 2015
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Living a life in the fast lane is dangerous. It is better to slow down, think and set an example for our children.

Society Within Our Care

by choisiwongirl in Issues, February 6, 2015
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This poem consists of what violence causes if we don’t put an end to it. Some people want change in the world. But how can we have change when we don’t put any effort with the change in society. Like if ya dig.

Life with an Abuser

by Rowenya in Issues, February 3, 2015
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Lots of women stay with abusive partners for what people see as far too long, but it’s not always that simple. Here I write about why I stayed with my partner despite his abuse of me and my family.

Equality is Equality for ALL

by FireStar0139 in Advice, July 29, 2014
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Every day, every person goes through a struggle. Trying to be themselves in a society that is constantly punishing each other for their differences. For their weight, what they look like, and even for their sex. It’s an old philosophy, but when I was very young, they taught me to celebrate our differences in school. Told me that our differences are what make us special.

The Knockout Game

by Andrew Tate III in Society, June 18, 2014
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Where did we go wrong? Some of our youth are out of control, and we need to take it back!

Armed Man Spotted at Southside Apartment Complex, Suspect Runs From Police

by Vanity Press News in Law, June 18, 2014
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Armed Man Spotted at Southside Apartment Complex, Suspect Runs from Police.

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