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  1. It's really simple, it's politics. They push through this law and their voter base fawns over it, it gets struck down by the courts and they blame Trump and the GOP and their voter bases fawns over them again. This won't stop until they allow civil rights lawsuits in their individual capacity against those that create and enforce these blatant unconstutional laws, but that will never happen as they won't pass a law that puts them at risk and having to answer to the people and Constitution.
  2. Local ordinance jurisdiction ends at the local municipality border bounderies, one could argue the local FFL should not have transfered it, but it could be argued that where they resided no law was broken by transfering it and the fact that they took it back to Highland Park was a seperate act removed from the transfer... I would guess that there is a lot of case law supporting this or else places like fireworks stands on state borders, liquor stores outside dry towns and what not could be instantly sued into non-existance for selling to out of state people, yet they are not because that sale does not violate the actual local law where the sale took place...
  3. Over and above all that, wouldn't it be ironic if Bud's (or anyone) challenged the overall constitutionally of the ban and prevailed under the premise that that ban is/was unconstitutional and thus there can be no liability found for the lawful sale.
  4. The effect of not being able to weigh in Means–Ends is going to have historic ripples for 2nd rights as long as the Judges actually follow the precedent!
  5. Or he was just a guy that under grief and stress was pushed to a little too far. Thus I would not be so quick to judge as it doesn't appear he has any serious criminal record while it does appear he has a lot of things going on and happening recently that likely need addressing. Calling people that need mental help "scumbags" and "whack jobs" is why many refuse to seek help, ask for help or get help before they actually snap. As a society we need to really address mental health, not name call. Hopefully this guy gets the help he needs. https://www.lakemchenryscanner.com/2022/11/13/judge-denies-bond-reduction-for-militia-member-accused-of-threatening-to-kill-people-found-with-arsenal-of-guns-near-grayslake/
  6. Not sure what that means, are you saying they were or were not all registered Democrats? Based on the fact that the MSM and Democrats have been screaming voting Republican is the end of Democraxy, I stand by what I said that anyone not registered Democrat is deemed anti-government as far as the media applies the term.
  7. Since the anti-gunners have proclaimed for decades that the 2nd only applied to the militia, is it any wonder a militia member had guns? Just sayin'
  8. That is actually a bargain for Illinois! 🤣 What I really like about TN is their Greenbelt property tax exemption, that allows you to possibly get a significant break on your property if you keep it natural and don't develop it, that aligns with what we want to do when we move to TN so it's quite appealing on it's own.
  9. I fully expect the measure to have an injunction against it before it goes into effect, but it's nice to see some Sheriffs actually taking a stand just the same.
  10. That is some lawyers thinking outside the box, and I like it as it's a compelling argument. S&W was exercising it's 2nd rights when making/selling the firearm they broke no laws while exercising those rights, thus they should not be liable, makes a lot of sense and is a very good argument!
  11. Prices started to climb the day Biden took office. We have been keeping a pulse on it for several years now, the 30-100 acre 'farmettes' we have been looking at have literally doubled in price in the last give or take year, it's crazy and worse even at these inflated prices they are under contract within hours of being listed, there will be an adjustement soon.
  12. I 100% agree with that, property tax and retirement income tax can be a wash or negate each other easily depending on location, it might be wise to accept a small income tax if the property tax savings are in excess of any income tax, look at the entire picture as well as overall cost of living, even something commonly overlooked like electrical/gas cost can be all over the place state to state, for example New Hampshire electricity rates are double what they are in Tennesseee, that can account to quite a bit of money.
  13. Rural Tennessee is what we are holding out for it's on the schedule in a few years as long as prices and interest fall back down, close enough to drive back here to see the family for the weekend and close enough for weekend trips to the Gulf and much shorter vacation drives to Florida...
  14. Tony DeLuca, past away in October, yet he just won over 85% of the vote in PA because he had a D in front of his name on the ballot! Maybe he appealed to fellow dead voters?
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