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Michael Meyers: Religion and politics make for an interesting week

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Let me start off this week with something that may be a bit sad and, at the same time, glorious for those of us who are believers.  

My good fr...

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  1. The homeless issue is another issue government can’t help and you can’t throw money at it. Most homeless people are homeless because they have addiction issues or mental health issues that they refuse to take their meds for. House them all together and all you will do is cause problems for the sheriffs department that will have to answer a hundred calls a week there. They will prey on each other and there will be violent episodes. The government should stay out of it. Anything they try to fix they only make worse!!

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