Why you should be wary of militia groups in Oregon

You may not realize it, but there are militia groups out there.

There are dozens.

They exist in every state.

They may not be a part of your community, but they are there.

They are there to help you protect your property, your homes, and your rights.

And when they are not helping you, they’re certainly a threat.

So how should you be suspicious of militia and paramilitary groups?

Read on.

The National Guard in Oregon’s Northern Rockies.

The Oregonian/OregonLive team asked Oregonians what they thought about the National Guard.

What do you think?

Did you like the way it worked?

What did you think of the way they responded to citizens?

We asked the people to share their thoughts on the National Guards, militia groups, and the state’s role in the American government.

Here are their answers.1.

They can’t take guns away.

The Guard has a long history of protecting and protecting Oregonians from domestic violence and domestic terrorism.

And while that may seem like an obvious statement, you’ll find it hard to argue with the fact that the Guard can’t confiscate your guns.

The only way it can take away a gun is for someone to prove they are dangerous, or if they are in possession of a gun.

And, if you’re not in possession, the Oregon Department of Public Safety has the authority to seize a firearm.

This is true whether you’re carrying a firearm legally or not.

The point is that, unless you have a license, you are not legally allowed to own a gun in Oregon.

The reason you shouldn’t worry is that Oregon is one of the few states that has no gun-related crime.

So the Guard is not required to take firearms away, and Oregon is not a threat to Oregonians.2.

They aren’t violent.

In fact, they don’t have a lot of violence in the state.

The first thing that comes to mind when thinking about militia groups is the idea of a militia fighting for “freedom.”

This is a common misconception.

The militia is not an organization that fights for freedom.

The organization’s mission is to protect their communities from the threat of armed outsiders, and they are also there to defend the Constitution.

There is nothing inherently violent about the militia.

In some cases, the group is known to be involved in acts of terrorism, and even in the case of the Oregon Militia, there are reports of people being shot at.

However, militia members do not fight for freedom, and their purpose is to defend those communities.

They don’t fight for guns, or for freedom from any sort of government control.

They fight to protect the right of all Americans to keep and bear arms.3.

They’re not a danger to anyone.

Militia members don’t even have a gun to protect themselves.

There’s nothing inherently dangerous about the organization.

In their role as “peacekeepers,” the Guard does not take any of their firearms.

The most important part of their job is to enforce the Oregon Constitution, and, according to the Oregonian, they have no interest in being involved in a fight between competing militias.4.

They have nothing to do with domestic violence.

In Oregon, the law allows anyone to own guns for self-defense, but the National Rifle Association is not one of those groups.

According to the NRA, the militia is “an anti-government militia” that has “no connection to domestic violence.”

And that is true.

In a 2014 interview with the Washington Post, former Oregon Gov.

Kitzhaber said that the only way he’d feel safe carrying a gun was if he was doing something dangerous with it, and that he wasn’t.

“We’re not there to fight the gun lobby,” he said.

“The only way I feel safe is if I’m out on the streets, or doing something violent.”5.

They haven’t been charged with a crime.

The current Oregonian article reports that “so far, there’s been no federal or state investigation of militia activity in Oregon.”

This could be because the group doesn’t have any active criminal history.

In 2015, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) issued an alert to Oregon law enforcement agencies, saying that militia groups are “not likely to have criminal history and are unlikely to have a violent history or any other criminal record.”

This seems to be a fair description of the National Militia in Oregon, but it doesn’t mean the group has never been charged.

For example, there is no federal law that requires a person to register with the ATF if they have a background check on their background, but that doesn’t stop the militia groups from making their own.

The Bureau of Justice Statistics states that there were 8,638 militia members in Oregon in 2015.

That’s a lot.

The Portland Tribune reported that “the Portland militia group has about 700 members, including a few who are former members of the militia and others who are