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Lost: Puppies, from CR 361 area in La Vernia, they are grey, black, and white, 1 male, 1 female, both had studded collars, kids miss them. Any information call 210-551-8228.
Stolen: 1 female Blue Pit Bull, 1 male Pit Bull mix, and 1 Yorkie, please return, no questions asked. Call Cory at 210-730-2742.
Reward. Help "Bear" find his way back home. We miss him very much, black manx cat (no tail), medium build, missing since Oct. 22. 210-635-7560.
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Rainbow of Friends in Poth and Falls City looking for full-time/part-time teacher. Call for more information, 830-484-2152 Poth location or 830-254-3334 Falls City location.
Now hiring Class A CDL drivers, dispatchers and mechanic. Drivers must have tankers and Hazmat. Roll off, end dump, and vacuum experience preferred but not required. Will train. Mechanics must have general maintenance experience with Semi trucks and trailers. For more information call 830-569-8144 or 903-754-4157. Pick up an application at Henry Howard Services, LLC, 980 Humble Camp Rd., Pleasanton, Texas 78064. 
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Freedom_First  
Over Taxed, MA  
January 4, 2010 6:01pm
 
"Not until that "peaceful person" breaks a law designed to protect the public at large."

First, I agree with you about "follow the money".

I also agree that most people who support unjust laws believe that those laws are just because they "protect the public at large"

I would argue that individuals have rights and responsibilities, not groups such as "the public" or "society".

For a specific example, consider a person who is siting in his living room drinking a beer during alcohol prohibition. Whose rights was he violating? I am saying that you cannot point to a specific individual whose rights were being violated.

Since he would not be a criminal today, the laws that made him a criminal were clearly arbitrary, unlike
a just law that prohibits theft.

Blind obedience to man-made laws is not a virtue. I would say that there is a moral obligation to oppose unjust laws that violate human rights.
     
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