RBG quote

RBG, GRPC, Enemies, Wildcat Pump Rifle

RBG U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, one of the worst jurists and civil rights opponents in U.S. history, died last week after a long recurring battle with cancer. By all accounts of those who knew her, she was kind as well as brilliant and resolute in what she believed in. But what she believed in was often …

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Chances of me voting for Biden

GRPC THIS WEEKEND, Elections, Litigation, Legal Issues

GRPC reminder. FREE. The 35th Annual Gun Rights Policy Conference (GRPC 2020) will be held online THIS WEEKEND, September 19 & 20th, 2020. FREE. Hosted by the Second Amendment Foundation and the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms. The conference agenda includes 32 panel discussions including some very heavy hitters in the gun rights movement. Over …

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There's a reason they don't deploy Marines to riot duty

Litigation, MS Permits, Idiocy, Tactics

GRPC The 35th Annual Gun Rights Policy Conference (GRPC 2020) will be held ONLINE next weekend, September 19 & 20th, 2020. Hosted by the Second Amendment Foundation and the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms. The conference agenda includes 32 panel discussions including the very heavy hitters in the gun rights movement. FREE. Election A plain …

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Never let the government take your guns

Litigation, Kenosha & Portland, Pepper Spray

Litigation Judge Ronald Leighton of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington (state) has (erroneously) ruled that Washington’s voter-approved Initiative 1639 is constitutional and will remain law. The law implemented the same enhanced background checks, waiting periods, and purchasing requirements that have been in place for handgun purchases. The case resulted from a lawsuit filed against the …

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Media not calling them assault rifles

Election, Litigation, Enemies, Riots, Juries

Election & the courts Stakes high for Supreme Court as Trump battles for reelection I’ve said several times before that likely federal judiciary nominations are my only criteria when voting for president. Can I just say one more thing? Donald Trump, Jr., 2024. Those Who Forget History… A reminder about Ms. Harris Litigation Last week, Hawaii Firearms Coalition director Jon …

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Kamala Harris

Election, Litigation, NRA, Carry, Shotgun Fish

Election & media enemies An interesting read on eligible presidential candidates, by Alan Korwin. Biden vs. Harris Eric Holder, Barack Obama, Charles Schumer as the next SCOTUS justices? Vote. FYI, Liberal activists have lobbied for years to expand the number of federal judges when Democrats take the White House, enabling them to tilt the federal bench markedly to the left. …

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2A News (Second Amendment News)

Election, NRA, YOYO, Only Ones

Election Well, Shotgun Joe chose serial liar Kamala Harris, the virulently anti-gun U.S. Sen. (D-CA) and former California Attorney General as his V.P. running mate. It is widely presumed that Biden, if elected, will not be capable of finishing his term due to his alleged and obvious decreased mental capacity, and therefore the Democratic V.P. pick is most important. Harris apparently …

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Metric system

NRA Lawsuits, Mobs, Trouble, Sales

NRA/litigation Anti-gun New York Attorney General Letitia James (D) has filed a lawsuit that aims to dissolve the National Rifle Association, alleging that the group violated state law governing non-profit organizations. The state civil suit alleges that the NRA instituted “a culture of self-dealing, mismanagement and negligent oversight,” and accuses CEO and Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre, former CFO Woody …

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