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4 Philipsburg Mail - Thursday, June 15, 2017 somet g about it.- been because say person admit- of the night, might find themselves waiting 10 min- utes or more for someone to come to th tothe hospital, until their no onehad to the pmblem. eve ange? her concerns tO the board. From that, a change Jn policy and made. accom- as that who do not stop fighting until something is done about what they see as a problem. Our community is small, but .it is' mighty. We should remember that even the make a difference, that voice is persis- tent. 0) ere IS t some our .ers t this week: Dear Editor, Dear Editor, while the NSA may have the power I've been looking for a home. A . Having read several recent booksto "shut down an adversary's power house that I can call my home. For about the secret conduct of our grid or hospital system... (that's as several years. Every place I asked about government and its history in S.E.unethical as shooting or torturing housing, I was told there wasn't any. No Asia, the Middle East, Latin America civilians in war." But guess what? one would rent a house except if I had and elsewhere, there is great cause for The government does shoot and 600.00 or more. concern. At first I was alarmed, but torture civilians in war all the time. But there is a way that all these now I'm disgusted. Researchers such as It's been going on since the Cold War homes that are empty, can be rented Douglas Valentine, Alfred McCoy, Nick began, and how with the global War and the owner of the home can make Turse, Gary Webb, Monika Jensen- on Terror. The gloves came off a long money, just not a heck of a lot. But this Stevenson and many others have time ago. Secretly, of course. way can be used over and over again exposed a reality that is both shocking Then there are the drugs. Lots of and in time it will be sold. and sickening, drugs. Hard illegal drugs, an organized I'm still looking and I'm living on low While the government makes nice crime. And sabotage of the DEA. income, toward the people, and to not upset Stuff like that. Trouble is, the drugs Thank you, the mothers at home, it conceals what involve secret "assets" for secret illegal Rose Manley it really does in dark secrecy. A recent operations, so the status quo remains. Philipsburg, MT writer in Bloomberg.com quipped that , Kicking in doors of home at night. Kidnapping. Torture. Murder. Assassination. Slitting throats. Mistreatment of prisoners. Explosive devices. Weapons of mass destruction. Many violations of law globally an din the US. Lots of lying with impunity. If we're really a "nation under God," they just cannot do such things. But they do. And get away with it. Secretly. I love my country, but those well- paid slick criminals should be held to answer before a proper tribunal based on the Nuremberg Principles. Are we safe with those people as our guardians? It makes me want to vomit. Norris Amundson Drummond, MT The award winning Philipsburg Marl is pub- fished on Thursdays by Philipsburg Mail, Inc. Ann M. Mullen, owner at 41o West Broadway, Philipsburg, MT 59858.Ca11: (406) 859-3223. On the web: pburgmail.com Attention Postmaster: Periodical Postage Paid No. 430-280 Please send address changes to: PO Box 16o, Philipsburg MT, 59858.o16o Subscribe by sending $50 for one year for in county residents, $55 for in state or $60 out-of- state to the address above. Editor-in-chief, Emily Petrovski news@pburgmail.eom Office Manager, Kennedy Hartman info@pburgmail.com Publisher, Ann Mullen mgr@pburgmail.com Tom Mullen, Contributor paperboy@vcn.com The Mail's Editor welcomes all letters on topics of interest to the people of Gran- ite County. Letters must include contact information for purposes of verification and will be rejected if plagiarizing, libel- ous or scurrilous in nature. We will not edit for clarity, veracity or length without author approval. Please drop offyour letter at our office, mail it or e-mail us: news@pbulgmail.com