This was a very difficult article for me to write: the situation in Connecticut is dangerous. All it will take is one attempt by the CSP to confiscate a single firearm from one defender of his freedom…
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If the Supremes take this case, and if they rule on it correctly (as it appears they just might), it would be a monumental victory for the Second Amendment, the Bill of Rights, and the Constitution. Freedom fighters are watching this one closely.
Confidence in the rule of law undergirds society. When that confidence is questioned, the fabric of society is threatened. Thanks to the anti-gun zealots in Connecticut, that fabric is coming unraveled.
A third Dingell in the Senate from Michigan would be a hard pill to swallow.
Obama’s efforts to nominate such a hard-core radical proves once again his determination to change the legal culture in the country. His agenda and his goals haven’t changed one iota.
Our problems didn’t start with Dingell. They started with his father!
Judge Corvello is either awfully dumb or awfully smart. If he’s smart, then he’s guilty of knowingly supporting an unconstitutional law.
The judge’s ruling is flawed on many fronts, not the least of which is avoiding any discussion of rights transgressed by the NYPD.
The best and the brightest make it to the top in Washington, provided they have the right friends and the left’s ideology.
The judge used the “Snowden defense” – that the real damage was incurred by the messenger bringing the bad news, and not the news itself.