But they passed the SAFE act
This time, it’s bipartisan. Claims to close the gun show loophole. Of course, loophole is code for ‘there ought to be a law':
A loophole in the federal system currently allows people to buy firearms sold online and at gun shows without first passing a background check.
That statement is absolutely false.
Bloomberg’s Amazingly Inaccurate Ad to Keep Areas Gun-Free Zones. Because, you know, a criminal will make sure they follow that law.
I’ve mentioned this before but a reader sent it to me again. But leather holsters can wear out and become dangerous.
Bills to repeal parts of the SAFE act. They can’t get the votes to repeal all of it.
But changing the title to a stupid names seems to indicate it might. And I still remember Starship Troopers. But someone is making a movie based on The Moon is a Harsh Mistress.
I’ll be there. And so will a lot of potential presidential candidates.
“Any ammunition is of concern to police in the wrong hands, but this specific round has historically not posed a law enforcement problem,” said James Pasco, executive director of the Washington office of the Fraternal Order of Police, the world’s largest organization of sworn law enforcement officers, with more than 325,000 members.
Reports David Hardy
Hmm, something is missing.
Let’s hip fire a 20mm gun:
The WaPo is clutching its pearls because constitutional carry is on the rise. Do the states that already have it show an increase in crime?
The Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts rules that a stun gun is a “dangerous and unusual” weapons, and thus not protected by the Second Amendment, so banning them is fine.
Given that police are issued tasers, I’d say that qualifies as “in common use”
Well, yeah. While there may not be an existential threat, we’re better off having the 2A in case of Sudden Jihad Syndrome.
You spelled control wrong.
Also: Messages seeking comment from the plaintiffs’ attorney, sent at 9:20 pm his time on a Friday, to comment on a court decision announced midday Thursday, were not immediately returned.
Also, there is HomeLESS, which is free. Anyone try it?
ATF is moving ahead with it’s ban on M855 ammo. People are upset about it (btw, what is a gun user?)
White House Minister of Truth Josh Earnest (whose very name is an oxymoron) has said that this ban would save police lives. I wonder how many police have been shot with M855?
This may backfire on ATF and the administration as a bill has been introduced in congress to roll back ATF’s ability to regulate ammo.
Remember, I do this to entertain me, not you.
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