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  1. That's a response we repeated every time we had the event and he would show up. (which was every time.)
  2. That's Thom Menard, the ICHV lobbyist at the time, and I think the youth might one of Pfleger's adopted sons. That's Colleen Lawson, plaintiff in McDonald v Chicago, in the sundress. That might be her husband David, another plaintiff, behind Menard. It was really hot out whenever we did this, and we gave away 500ml bottles of ice cold water. Someone asked me what we should do about Pfleger, I suggested that we offer them water, which they forced themselves to refuse.
  3. It was IllinoisCarry and ISRA working together. We also had support from the Heartland Institute and Ralph Conner. The best, the absolute best, was getting the permit to march around City Hall. Second to that was the look on the Sgt's face when after we told him we were gonna march around City Hall, we showed him the permit.
  4. I bet a real one has a serial number on the outside of the box.
  5. To me it looks like the SIG SAUER is reproduced with a photographic process, a loss of sharpness, and a little spread causing less space between the letters.
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  8. Mexico sues US gun manufacturers over arms trafficking toll https://apnews.com/article/business-mexico-caribbean-gun-politics-8ed1a6e046e635d94f2ce61716752f7a MEXICO CITY (AP) — The Mexican government sued United States gun manufacturers and distributors Wednesday in U.S. federal court, arguing that their negligent and illegal commercial practices have unleashed tremendous bloodshed in Mexico. The unusual lawsuit was filed in U.S. federal court in Boston. Among those being sued are some of the biggest names in guns, including: Smith & Wesson Brands, Inc.; Barrett Firearms Manufacturing, Inc.; Beretta U.S.A. Corp.; Colt’s Manufacturing Company LLC, and Glock Inc. Another defendant is Interstate Arms, a Boston-area wholesaler that sells guns from all but one of the named manufacturers to dealers around the U.S. The Mexican government argues that the companies know that their practices contribute to the trafficking of guns to Mexico and facilitate it. Mexico wants compensation for the havoc the guns have wrought in its country. the irony continues here
  9. Essentially nothing. Private sellers can, if they want, go to an FFL to check the buyers' FOIDs, or continue to use the web site, same as today. It just sounds good to JB's voters, now that he's announced he's running for re-election. But the FOID check is only good until Jan 2024. Then the FFLs get all the business. The FFLs don't want that business. Think about it. The bill's sponsor also sponsored the Gun Dealer Licensing Act that put half the gun dealers out of business.
  10. Stoneback. Stoneback is throwing all kinds of shade on Willis.
  11. I think this is the thread winner. Richard Daley Jr. sued for the multiple purchase records, and I recall that he won. He has my name. My very first purchase was a multiple, and in retrospect I would not have done that.
  12. I was gonna get snarky and suggest that maybe the ACLU was "neutral" on the issue, but I read the article. Regardless of the content of the podcast, The ACLU's intern wrote that the 2nd was anti-black, and the ACLU published it.
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