[S]he “Directed [a] seven-member team that identified and managed issues and crises for clients, including Monsanto Company [and] Bayer Corporation.”
So much for equal protection under the law. And so much for equal treatment by the “commonsense gun safety” citizen disarmament fanatics.
November could be our “last best hope” for such redress using the remarkable system bequeathed us by our Founders.
After being put on hold pending action on an unrelated case by the Supreme Court, the case of Young v. Hawaii is once more moving forward.
This is a two-fold strategy to keep children ignorant, to maintain that through adulthood, and to render personal ownership of guns culturally irrelevant.
Self-defense, the manipulators originating such memes would have us believe, is an act of privileged racism.
The benefit of anonymity also means some of the posers could literally be that, provocateurs out there trying to make gun owners look like morons.
“[W]hat [the city] cannot do is form an agreement to lease its building, take my client’s money, and then a week before the show make a decision to breach that contract…”
There is no legitimate reason the government … can give that should supersede the rights of deceased veterans’ survivors.
We owe Tony thanks for making it clear that no, it’s not about “commonsense gun safety,” and yes, his counterparts on our side of the border really are talking about taking our guns.
Those who hold religion in contempt have always been more than happy to exploit religious useful idiots if it advances their agenda.
Expecting the nation’s top law enforcement agency to comply with the nation’s laws hardly seems out of line…
Does anyone believe the cartels are dependent on small retail purchases of semi-autos with added costs of paying straw purchasers along with shipping costs and smuggling risks?
The other thing that’s way past due is for gun groups to recognize the single greatest threat to continued legal recognition of the right to keep and bear arms and so inform their members.
Sorry, but I’ll not “politely urge” my representative and senators “to support the Restore the Armed Career Criminal Act.”
Having Congress provide more money for that will only make everything worse. That means more people will die.
Illinois gun owners need something more binding than the ISP statement.
It’s past time we saw some rights enforcement added to the law enforcement mix, especially when it comes to guns.
Gillum is just another in a long line of Democrats who won’t control themselves yet harbor a megalomaniacal obsession to control everybody else.
Ours is the side that demands due process. We also demand consistency in principles.