I think this is a really cool thing. It is something that every school has so why not make it a form of protection if something bad were to happen. I think schools should get it because it doesnt change anything and its just a little added protection for the students which is always a good thing.
Its pretty cool to see that this man was stopped before he did something really stupid. It shows that if we keep and eye on people that have had a bad record then we can stop future crimes. I know watfhing people with bad records wont stop all terror attacks but it will help prevent some.
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Kole Carpenter's insight:
I think its a good idea for companies to market there product anyway possible. Why not try getting your products seen on apps and sites that millions of people use every day. I would try to market my brand as much as possible.
I think the internet should be free but there should be someone looking at it to try to but back on cyber crimes like credit card number stealing and things on that line. There should be someone looking for things that can link them to criminals and not just watching everyday people.
I think its cool how everyone showed up to back up the fact that they didnt want this passed. It shows that when people truely feel it is wrong they will act on it. I think way more people need to stand up for what they believe not just for gun control and firearm bands but anything that they feel is wrong. Everyone should have a say in the U.S.
More than six dozen prominent Republicans have signed a legal brief to be submitted to the Supreme Court voicing support for gay marriage, the New York Times reported Tuesday . The lists include members of Congress like Reps.
More than six dozen prominent Republicans have signed a legal brief to be submitted to the Supreme Court voicing support for gay marriage, the New York Times reported Tuesday.
The list features members of Congress, including Reps. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (Fla.) and Richard Hanna (N.Y.), top Bush administration officials including national security adviser Stephen J. Hadley, and former presidential candidate Jon Huntsman. It also includes Republicans who had not previously signaled support for gay marriage, including former Rep. Deborah Price (Ohio), who was a member of House leadership during her time in Congress.
I think its important that more people are backing gay marriage. I think slowly more and more people are starting to agree with it. There will always be people who dont back it but we are atleast making progress.
I think its the employers job to be fair to all employes and give them protection. We shouldn't need to put in laws to make a company protect its workers. That being said there are a lot of companies that are unfair so we need to push to have better laws to make it equal. Workers need to be protected because better employers and employees will only better our country.
I thigun more gun laws should not be input into place. We have the right to bear arms and we should be able to keep tots the difference in the back and white stats is crazy But the stats showing urban communities want more gun laws seems right.
A mother who was once adamant about not having a gun in the house talks about what changed her mind.
STORY HIGHLIGHTSTracy Scarpulla used to be adamant about not having guns in the houseHer husband, a Marine, firmly believes in the right to bear armsAfter a decade, she's changed her view and supports gun ownershipHave a personal essay to share with the world? Submit at CNN iReport
I slowly learned about guns. I began to accept that the gun itself posed no danger -- any danger was in the hand and heart of the beholder. I learned there were safe ways to teach your children about guns. Guns were a tool like any tool; they have multiple purposes and uses. I learned more about our Constitution and our rights as U. S. citizens. I learned I had nothing to fear and a lot to gain from owning a gun.
I think it was a good story. I think it's cool how she took the time to learn about guns before she said they were dangerous. She thinks its good to keep guns to protect her kids I when her husband is gone.
I think there should be no hunting of wolves unless they are hurting your family or livestock. I also dont think the government should pay for livestock that a wolf has killed. A lot of livestock is killed every year for various reasons so why should the govenment have to pay for this one. I also think a farmer should be able to shoot a wolf on their land but only if it is a threat.
The chief postal watchdog has warned that the troubled US Postal Service will go out of business this year unless Congress acts to rescue it.
Kole Carpenter's insight:
I had no idea that the usps was hurting so band. they have taken a big hit since 2006. We need to do something to fix this because mail may be going out of style while the internet is picking up but its still important to be able to send letters. A lot of legal documents have to be sent through the mail.
The CDC has refused to study the autism rate in vaccinated vs. unvaccinated kids, because they are a captive agency of vaccine manufacturers. The former head of the CDC is now the head of Merck vaccines, the largest US vaccine manufacturer. CDC officials have been disrespectful, bumbling fools when required to testify before Congress.
The CDC is reluctant to compare autism rates in unvaxed vs. vaxed because it will likely show the same thing as the following study and survey, a huge increase in autism risk in the vaccinated. Of course such data will indict the CDC and expose their responsibility for creating the biggest epidemic in US history: Vaccine-induced autism.
Of course the CDC doesnt want to farther study the autism rates to vaccinated kids more likly then not they have an effect on the kids so why would they want to prove that when they are the people profiting from the vacinations in the first place. I think this is wrong. Someone needs to look into this because it could help a lot of children if something is found.
I think new background checks would be helpful. I just dont want it to lead to bands on guns of anykind. I think we have the right to keep guns we just need away to keep certain people form getting them.
I think this can still pertain to are debt. Even though some time has past and there are differences in the debt we hold its still the same principles. The article states that the govenment didn't want to pay the debt for the confederacy which is kind of like how they are now blaming it on the republicans.
I agree with this article saying it will only stop small cases. It will not do anything to the huge groups producing and selling drugs. I think it will help because it states that it will close loop holes in the amendments.
Hernandez, who has been threatened with expulsion for refusing to wear a chipless RFID tracking badge, had her request for a preliminary injunction denied by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Western District of Texas. Rutherford Institute attorneys argue the school is violating her rights under Texas' Religious Freedom Act and the First and Fourteenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution.
Kole Carpenter's insight:
I think it's a bad idea to have Id badges for your school. I understand that they are trying to protect everyone but it's kind of invading personal space. There needs to be a better way of protecting the kids without keeping constant watch on where they are.