An upstate church is encouraging its worshippers to come armed following the massacre at a Texas chapel on Sunday, “We are not a gun-free zone,” reads the latest sign in front of the Lighthouse Mexico Church of God in Oswego County, which is about 30 minutes north of Syracuse, according to Spectrum News. The church...
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