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Gun rights protest attracts hundreds

Hundreds rally for the "We the People" rally in Schoharie, where people spoke out for their second amendment rights on Saturday.
Hundreds rally for the "We the People" rally in Schoharie, where people spoke out for their second amendment rights on Saturday.
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As he looked out over the crowd, Schoharie Mayor John Borst couldn’t help but draw parallels to other monumental events in the village’s 300-year history. In the last quarter of the 18th century, the village and the rest of the Schoharie Valley was considered the breadbasket of the American Revolution, providing corn, vegetables and wheat for Colonial troops. In 1780, it was ground zero to the Johnson/Brant raid that destroyed acres of crops and burned ...


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ChuckD
March 17, 2013
11:05 a.m.

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What a fantastic way to show your appreciation for all the federal, state and community help they got after the storms; to weaponize themselves.

You're welcome Schoharie!

cheeseburger
March 17, 2013
5:35 p.m.

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oh, your supposed to look the other way on the goverment ripping apart our right to bear arms. please.

bostonredsoxfan
March 17, 2013
8:35 p.m.

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sedition (noun) \si-ˈdi-shən\ :incitement of resistance to or insurrection against lawful authority

wmarincic
March 18, 2013
2:35 p.m.

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tyr·an·ny (noun)

1: oppressive power <every form of tyranny over the mind of man — Thomas Jefferson>; especially: oppressive power exerted by government <the tyranny of a police state>

2a: a government in which absolute power is vested in a single ruler; especially: one characteristic of an ancient Greek city-state

b: the office, authority, and administration of a tyrant

3: a rigorous condition imposed by some outside agency or force <living under the tyranny of the clock — Dixon Wecter>

4: an oppressive, harsh, or unjust act : a tyrannical act <workers who had suffered tyrannies>

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