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  1. More and more Californians are getting a taste of the capricious, arbitrary and unjust nature of "May Issue." A ruling in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen could put an end to it in the United States.
  2. It has often been said that California's liberals are only able to vote leftists into office because they are insulated from leftist policies. Liberal Hypocrisy is Fueling American Inequality. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNDgcjVGHIw
  3. Kyle Rittenhouse confirmed on the stand that his rifle was loaded with FMJ.
  4. If an FMJ didn't tumble, wouldn't it make a through-and-through hole ? The top part of that guy's arm was blown off. Its hard to believe hydro-static shock did that.
  5. I'm guessing it wasn't ball ammo? It almost took off that guy's arm off - "Gaige Grosskreutz, medic and 'Sole Survivor' of Kenosha Shootings" I searched a little but couldn't find what ammo was used.
  6. I have to get the heck out of this bankrupt insane asylum called "Illinois."
  7. I submitted my FOID renewal in March. I received my FOID card on Saturday. The renewal date is 8/31
  8. Here is the amicus brief filed by Senators Whitehouse, Hirono, Blumenthal, Gillibrand and Senator Dick Durbin. https://www.whitehouse.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/New York Rifle & Pistol Association v. New York (Whitehouse amicus FINAL).pdf The brief asked the Supreme Court to turn down New York State Rifle & Pistol Association's petition to have the Supreme Court hear the case. Of course the Supreme Court has decided to hear the case. The brief contains a threat to the current Supreme Court if the court doesn't obey them:
  9. I know that Heller left open the possibility for some restrictions, sometime called time, place and manner restrictions, though I've never seen that verbiage used in a SCOTUS opinion. In my opinion, one of the most egregious infringements is the ban on public transportation while politicians simultaneously excuse public transportation from Common Carrier Liability. Other transportation companies, such as Greyhound bus, taxis and various shuttles have a duty to its passengers to use the highest degree of care consistent with the mode of conveyance used and the practical operation of its business as a common carrier as it relates to the safety of passengers. Failure to fulfill this duty constitutes negligence. Obviously the CTA is very dangerous but people who are assaulted on the CTA have no legal recourse against the city, whereas they would have legal recourse against a private carrier. To be stripped of the right to defend oneself and stripped of the ability to seek legal recourse is a double injustice.
  10. The big draw for me was that Walmart didn't gouge on ammo prices during the Obama ammo crisis. Now that they've stopped sell ammo, I probably won't go to Walmart ever again. Walmart is filled with the dumbest people on Earth. When I approach Walmart I see people coming out of the Entrance. How dumb do you have to be to enter the store through the Exit and exit the store through the Entrance. The dummies are also incapable of following the Covid 19 traffic management arrows on the floor. How hard is it to follow a green arrow? OMG they're so dumb.
  11. If they required me to wear a bra, I reckon I'd wear one, mmmm hmmm
  12. Who was the attorney who represented John Horstman - in the UUW case against Horstman, (not the subsequent lawsuit Horstman filed against DuPage County).
  13. The ammo case at the St.Charles store has some ammo now, 22 LR, and some other rifle calibers, this is the first time I've ever seen 22 Short at my Walmart. But there was no 380 ACP, 9mm, 40 S&W, or 45 ACP.
  14. The ammo case at the Walmart in St.Charles was completely empty a week ago. I haven't checked lately...
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