Live 5 has report on an Iraq War protest in Marion Square, one acknowledging the fifth anniversary of the invasion. Go to the video clip and witness the tepid outrage for yourself. This one exchange stood out:

“When you see wrong, you speak out against wrong. You speak out for right,” said O’Fish, who spoke out along with a dozen other people.

“There are many things to fight for over here. If we’re going to declare war, let’s declare war on education,” O’Fish said.

I don’t know about you, but if I was a 10 year old boy that’s one war I could get behind.

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An ABC News 4 reports sums up the trouble with the sex predator bill quite nicely:

It sounds like a law that sounds good on paper but probably would not have a lot of effect.  A thousand feet is not very far and I think for children to be truly safe there has got to be other measures,” said Boys and Girls Club volunteer Nancy Worley.

One sex offender who asked not to be identified agreed with the bill but did say that if someone wants to break the law there won’t be much that will stop him.

Who knew there were grocery stores that would let you buy goods on credit? I mean, hasn’t Visa kind of made that unnecessary. Live 5 reports on a grocery store in a one-grocery store town that was damaged by last weekend’s tornadic activity.

The P&C’s outdoor guy David Quick has a response to the recent report from Prevention magazine designating Mt. P as one of the nation’s most walking unfriendly cities.

Some might say that living in a place such as Mount Pleasant requires you to drive somewhere, to burn expensive

and dirty fossil fuel, in order to take a walk. I contend otherwise. The fact remains that walking, like running, is so versatile that most of us are limited only by our creativity and will. Many of us are too lazy to walk.

My neighborhood is too small for twice-daily walks and/or runs with my Jack Russell terrier, Ozzie. So I venture in all directions beyond the periphery, behind supermarkets, shopping centers, through apartment parking lots and nearby subdivisions, and down a utility easement that some people call a “greenway.” That might sound unappealing, but I find it to be satisfying.

I won’t spoil the ending to the piece, but it’s worth checking out.

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