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springfield shooter

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  1. It's very instructive that this state believes that it has the right to determine the venues where alleged violations of the FEDERAL constitution may be tried. As an edit: One wonders how Mr. Harmon (or his caucus members) would feel about having to travel to Washington D.C., or New York City, to be able to file suit against the federal government regarding a constitutional issue? I think we all know the answer to that.
  2. If I lived in a large city that was circling the drain, I think I'd be more concerned with law enforcement being allowed to do it's job. But that doesn't burnish the Lefty bona fides.
  3. Pretty sure you can add Jon Tester (D-MT) to that list. In 2020, Trump won MT by over 16 pts.
  4. The conservatives on the Court didn't bend when the pro-abortion thugs started threatening them in their homes....and in Coney Barrett's case, doxxing her children. I don't think they are going to bend now. When Senator Durbin tried to get CJ Roberts to appear (supposedly) concerning SCOTUS ethics, the Chief Justice sent him a letter basically saying the Court handles it's own ethics issues. Said letter being signed by all nine members of the Court. IOW, "Stay in your own lane senator. We are a co-equal branch of the government."
  5. My two cents: If the conservative justices didn't back off on the abortion ruling, they won't on the 2A.
  6. "This is an extraordinary move and one that displays that the State believes it is above the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure." The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure? This state believes that it's above the Constitution of the United States.
  7. Perhaps Judge McGlynn will write the state a nice, thorough denial that it can show to the 7th Circuit.
  8. The "Current composition of the court" can be found here. In addition, the Supreme Court justice assigned to the 7th Circuit is Amy Coney Barrett.
  9. "McGlynn asks if law abiding citizenry should be able to equip with comparable guns criminals use?" That probably left the proverbial mark.
  10. While you wait, you may want to follow my late father's sage advice, and not hold your breath.
  11. An in-person status hearing (in front of an apparently agitated judge) in the ND April 3. An afternoon set aside for the April 12 hearing in the SD. April could be a very significant month.
  12. AR15s are not "unusual" in the Southern District of IL. I'm just sayin'. Ps: I'll admit if I'm wrong, but here's doubting they get a jury on the issue of constitutionality.
  13. Yeah, I was wondering what place a jury would have in determining constitutional questions. But, I'm not a lawyer either. Here's hoping one chimes in.
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