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We've come to that time of the year when our server lease and domain name registrations are coming up for renewal. In the past, many of you have expressed your generosity in the form of donations in order to keep the site running - I'm asking for your support again this year.

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 Post subject: Ah, performative marches!
PostPosted: Mon Sep 30, 2019 11:17 am 
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It's so nice to have honest local media with good reading comprehension to cover vital breaking stories like this. Oooh, look, a Sunday morning march for "peace"! We're all in favor of peace here, right, comrades?

https://www.delawareonline.com/story/ne ... 811797002/

"A large group of people" appears on the video to be maybe three dozen adults plus some juvenile and canine props. Big news, a powerful cry coming from the heart of the people! But hey, if the News-Journal says it's newsworthy, then it is.

"A broad-based coalition of faith, nonprofit and community groups formed in 2014 in response to ongoing violence in Delaware" is the usual crowd of gun-grabbers, some of liberal religious persuasions and some just ordinary ACLU types.

From "Nonviolent Wilmington"'s web page: "We will put the word “nonviolent” in front of our city, and help others envision, organize and work for a new, unarmed, peace-loving community." Of course.

"Put the guns down, your children want to grow up." Nope.


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