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.
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A third Dingell in the Senate from Michigan would be a hard pill to swallow.
Our problems didn’t start with Dingell. They started with his father!
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 war against guns will no doubt continue. It’s just that the momentum shift is more and more likely to make the arguments of anti-gunners less relevant.
It’s too bad that those responsible for forty years of graft and corruption aren’t being forced to enjoy the consequences of their decisions. Those consequences fall on others, as they usually do.
Let’s not get too excited here. There’s a long road to travel before California relents and allows its citizens to carry, open or concealed.
The faster this cancer can be excised from the body politic the greater the chances are that the body will survive and recover its Constitutional anchor.
The inevitable consequences of political pandering, excessive union influence, overspending, fraud, deceit – you name it – are now coming home to roost in Detroit. The bills that have been put off for years are now due and payable. There will be no winners.
Why should anyone be surprised that Orr found fraud hatched during Kilpatrick’s regime?