“To oppose corruption in government is the highest obligation of patriotism.”
Submitted by Name: Curious From: Madison
Comments: Is the trial still on for December 5th, about JCIDC?
Added: November 29, 2016 05:59:36 AM
Submitted by Name: Gun Rights
Comments: Not to take away from the point of your post JB, that the ex-military guys are dedicated and willing to protect and serve, but I must bring attention to the fact that they have had their hands tied by ignorant gun free zones...which probably means on an uneven playing field, one or two of them will die in the process.
Admin reply: You're probably right as most veterans are trained to run toward the fire instead of retreat or just do nothing.
Added: November 28, 2016 09:15:36 PM
Submitted by Name: Gun Rights
Comments: That's also why guns should be allowed on campus. Throwing a book at a guy with a gun will not get you very far.
Added: November 28, 2016 09:11:38 PM
Submitted by Name: JB
Comments: This is why you should hire a Veteran. Their oath never expires.
Lost in all the chaos at Ohio State University today was something that most people probably missed. About an hour into it, when everyone was "sheltering in place" all over campus, CNN took a phone call from a young woman who was locked inside a classroom right near where the suspect was hurting people. She said she was a graduate student and she and many others were huddled together scared and not sure what was happening outside. Then she said something made me tear up. She said casually to the TV anchor over the phone, "But we happened to have a few 'military guys' in my class and the minute we got the text message alert of an 'active shooter on campus' they moved the rest of us away from the door and then all of them stood guard right by the door." She said they were standing there as she spoke making certain if a shooter or someone with a knife or whatever calamity tried to come through that door, they would be the first thing he'd see and they'd stop it and protect the other students or die trying. These guys weren't armed, I'm guessing they weren't in uniform, they were just students who happened to have military training. Those "military guys" instantly put themselves on the clock and assumed the position to protect those unarmed, vulnerable students. I thought that was impressive. I thought that was brave. I thought that was oh so very American. I also thought you'd want to know.
Added: November 28, 2016 09:03:55 PM
Submitted by Name: only hope
Comments: We can only hope that Bramer will be the backbone Schafer and Little need to make better decisions. Devito should have been gone a long ago. Hopefully Little'll do the right thing now that Cash is gone and not there telling him what to do. As for as Little getting thrown out with real competition. I think it would've taken somebody with the likes of Larry Wynn or someone liked and respected. Bobby is an okay guy but not in a real hurry to do much improvements.
Added: November 28, 2016 01:41:26 PM
Submitted by Name: throw up
Comments: I saw in the rag an ad from Bobby Little Thanking those who voted for him.
The sad think about Little is that he did not have any real competition.
If a real candidate had ran Little would have been thrown out.
Voter have not forgotten about his misdeeds with township funds and his aid along with cash in allowing Diveto to kill Mark Holt.
Added: November 28, 2016 12:46:29 PM
Submitted by Name: Larry Wynn From: Madison E-mail: Contact
Comments: this past Wednesday night the Turkey shootout was a great night for the community.People from all over the county gathered at gym for a awesome night of high school basketball. Young and old from everywhere gathered for a fun night. It would be great to see this every weekend.
Saturday night at Southwestern the Southwestern Hall of Fame will add three new inductees. Max Perry (deceased) and his two sons Max Jr. and Marty. These three people played a large roll in changing Rebel basketball. Please come out and help honor the Perry's and root for this years current team. Let's fill the gym again. Thanks
Added: November 25, 2016 08:33:35 PM
Submitted by Name: Stuffed
Comments: Love the video JB
Added: November 24, 2016 09:50:27 PM
Submitted by Name: donna From: madison
Comments: My thought about police officers at the MCHS ball game is that the officers probably had more important things to do last night than to attend the game. Thanksgiving Eve is usually one of the busiest nights of the year.
Added: November 24, 2016 10:28:45 AM
Submitted by Name: Tami
Comments: Happy Thanksgiving to all and especially my dear friend Jeff. Thank you everyone for your support and caring this year. I wish you and yours the very best - always. T