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Ferguson, MO

New fear: What happens in Ferguson if no charges?

Actually one school shooting adds up to more. But folks like you can't add.  (Aug 26, 2014 | post #182)

Ferguson, MO

New fear: What happens in Ferguson if no charges?

Heck, it would be more likely in your community for your neighbors, family, friends or co-workers to shoot up the school killing students and teachers, shoot up the movie theater, mall or MacDonald's or shoot up the workplace.  (Aug 23, 2014 | post #42)

Ferguson, MO

New fear: What happens in Ferguson if no charges?

The Founding Fathers were men known to have kidnapped, enslaved, branded, maimed and murdered women children and men and even to have sold their own children borne by the women they raped so it is no surprise that the so called patriots who posted comments here are racist and make the comment posted here.  (Aug 23, 2014 | post #38)

Columbus, OH

Gun Control Under Obama

http://truth-out.o rg/news/item/13890 -the-second-amendm ent-was-ratified-t o-preserve-slavery  (Jan 23, 2013 | post #3042)

Columbus, OH

Gun Control Under Obama

From it's incept the 2nd Amendment regulated who could own and use guns. Slaves, Indians and lawbreakers were denied use and owership of guns. The 2nd Amendment does not guarantee the right to bear arms to everyone but limits the right to bear arms.  (Jan 23, 2013 | post #2967)

Marquette, MI

10 Million Cadillac's Buick's Oldsmobile's Chevy's Design...

Staff and inmates at Jackson and Marquette Michigan Penitentiaries were the first to witness and critique designs used on the 1977 to 1990 Cadillac DeVille, Brougham and the Chevrolet Impala, Caprice. Behind the Prison walls at Marquette the designs for the Motor Trend Magazine Prestigious "Car of the Year" award winning 1977 Chevrolet Impala and 1979 Buick Riviera were first conceived and drawn by yours truly. In fact it was the Corrections Staff at Marquette Prison sometime between 1973-1975 that first thought the Chevy design was a winner and urged me not to tear it up and throw it away. Turns out General Motors Consumer Clinics and Motor Trend Magazine agreed with them. There are likely still lost valuable original drawings of DeVille's, Eldorado's, Buicks, Riviera's, Oldsmobiles, Toronado's, SeVille's and Chevrolets still floating around the Michigan Penal System today. Those drawings are part of Black History as well as General Motors History. Anyone aware of those drawings or who witnessed seeing those drawings please contact me.  (Jan 20, 2013 | post #1)