Amash hasn’t been on my radar. He is now.
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The NRA and those senators sporting A ratings are often partners in crime. What’s exposed here is senators’ willingness to hide behind their rating while voting against the Second Amendment.
This is what the media mouthpieces do: they misdirect the conversation to promote their agenda.
Just imagine the furor that will erupt if and when a Secret Service agent actually uses his firearm to forcibly arrest a sheriff who refuses to enforce one of Colorado’s unenforceable and unconstitutional laws. If he fires his weapon, all bets are off.
Representative Lori Saine is right: this is insane. The guv will give himself the right to demand that Secret Service agents come in and enforce Colorado gun laws if the sheriffs won’t.
This apparently is what the Denver Democrats want.
26 Republicans joined Democrats in voting for this non-binding but important resolution: it’s ok to allow states to extract sales taxes from internet companies even if they aren’t located in the state, thus overriding an important Supreme Court case to the contrary along the way.
That’s the trouble with a “single issue” advocacy group.
It’s easy to expose hypocrisy. There are so many examples.
Senator Harry Reid has done us all a favor. Feinstein’s bill not only doesn’t make any sense, she is long past caring whether it does or not.