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  • Leading by example is always great….y’know….like not picking on poor and elderly because they lack funds to legally defend themselves…..lemme see….who would be a good example of that…??? 

  • Anonymous

    It would be nice if Carroll Conley and his ban of hypocrite thugs from the misleading “Christian Civic League” actually acted like real “Christians” and supported LD 1237. Instead they are working to stop the legislation thus allowing them to bully gays and lesbians. Mr. Conley and Ric Tyler, there is more to being a “Christian” than going to church on Sunday.

  • Bullying issue is becoming pervasive particularly in school. Students tend to go off school because of excessive bullying and taunting. It’s about time for us to take a move and let this issue vanish before everything it’s too late. Providing our kids a safety service to use during the time they needed help the most is very vital. I registered my son to SafeKidZone and it has safety solution that has a panic button which enables him to connect to his safety network and can access to the nearest 911 during emergency situations. Check out their site 

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