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I’m not in the market, since I’ve had 6 years to acquire what I need, but since I just heard Rep. Caroline McCarthy has introduced legislation to ban “high capacity” magazines, I went to see if anyone was price gouging … Continue reading
I’ve refrained from discussing the Arizona shooting, although it lead to some interesting discussions in my house. LawDog’s post on the subject needs to be spread far and wide.
As one of the first activities of the 112th House of Representatives is to read aloud the Constitution of the Unities States of America. About damn time. And this might be the best part: The House on Wednesday approved a … Continue reading
Laurel has a very good post on voting vs. not voting. In summary: I just think showing up to vote just to engage in the act of voting is missing the mark, and frankly counterproductive. It certainly has me thinking. … Continue reading
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2010/07/19/gun-permit-allows-visitors-quick-access-texas-capitol/ Article on Fox News this morning regarding their new express lane entry into the state capitol. Just show your CHL permit and walk right in. This is how it should be! Original post blogged on b2evolution.
Ruling on McDonald v. Chicago, SCOTUS incorporated the Second amendment under the 14th. Good news for gunnies! Full opinion is here. Original post blogged on b2evolution.
There’s was a story in the news yesterday about a religious militia in Michigan getting raided. It sounds like they were going to do some bad things, and got caught. Great, I’m all for locking them away. The part of … Continue reading
aka, The 2010 Census. Don’t get me wrong – I’m completely on board with the Census for it’s Constitutionally mandated purpose, and when my form arrives, I will cheerfully and willingly mark it “3″, and return it. Sorting through the … Continue reading
I knew this case was being argued, but was not following closely. This quote is being passed around the web, and deserves it. “Justice Sotomayor, States may have grown accustomed to violating the rights of American citizens, but that does … Continue reading