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Reading here an op-ed from last Sundays tri-city tabloid "herald" by the Everett Herald. This is about the initiative process in Washington State about the new "holding cops accountable" law.
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"I have incredibly grave concerns that we are creating a convoluted...
Over the years, I've collected various quotes on the topic of preparedness and survival. I thought I'd post said and, naturally, ask if others would like to share their favorites. I'll get us started ...
"Be prepared." — Boy Scout Motto
"Recognizing the threat is one thing...