Guidelines for Readers Making Comments on Our Site

As most of you know, Menifee 24/7 is set up as a blog, with an option for readers to leave comments ...

As most of you know, Menifee 24/7 is set up as a blog, with an option for readers to leave comments at the end of an entry.

We welcome and encourage these comments. Such discussions are what make this an interactive news service blog. We do ask that you remember our guidelines, however.

Please read the note you will see when you click on the "post a comment" link:

Anonymous comments containing personal attacks, name-calling, or of a loud, offensive, or derogatory tone, will be deleted. Exceptions will only be made for comments signed with your full name.

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Thanks for your contributions and keep them coming!


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  1. Your policy seems reasonable,however,some criticism should be allowed when comments are concerning public figures.They have chosen to put themselves in the public spotlight.If they threaten retaliation against the publication,that should also be published.

  2. I disagree with the prior post. It's like saying that its Ok for post men to be bitten by dogs because they chose to be out in the open. How is it productive to criticize or degrade people? Be a good person to keep this type of forum effective. No need for personal attacks.

    1. Your logic is a bit flawed. A postman shouldn’t be bitten anymore than a policeman shot at or a fireman burned, however if you choose such a profession then you must accept that those dangers exist. If public figures conduct th