Our Congress at work

I felt so bad for that poor Admiral as it must of taken a supreme effort. To Not of  told this “Solon” that you have to be shitting me sir! WTF have you been smoking!?! Grumpy

What we have so quickly lost, hopefully someday we will get it back!

Dining out: Without social distancing: Throwing Weddings (with guests): Attending Concerts (live): Getting their hair cut: Shopping (with friends): Shopping for something other than toilet paper and sanitizers (without masks): Going to the beach: Working out (at the gym): Sports: This well-meaning social experiment in protecting us from ourselves and others has been brought to … Continue reading “What we have so quickly lost, hopefully someday we will get it back!”

SURPRISE!!!! Ninth Circuit Grants Emergency Stay, California Ammunition Background Check Law Back In Force BY DAN ZIMMERMAN

  Rob@2Aupdates BREAKING: Rhode v Becerra (9th Circuit): The request for an immediate administrative stay is granted. The district court’s 4/23/20 preliminary injunction order is temporarily stayed pending further court order. The court will address the emergency stay motion by separate order. 45 9:54 PM – Apr 24, 2020 Twitter Ads info and privacy 44 … Continue reading “SURPRISE!!!! Ninth Circuit Grants Emergency Stay, California Ammunition Background Check Law Back In Force BY DAN ZIMMERMAN”

Cops Should Enforce the Law, Not the Whims of Politicians BY JACK DUNPHY

Los Angeles police officers patrol a sparsely populated Venice Beach boardwalk in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, File) On November 1, 2013, a gunman opened fire in Terminal 3 at Los Angeles International Airport. He was soon confronted and shot by airport police officers, but not before killing a TSA agent and wounding two … Continue reading “Cops Should Enforce the Law, Not the Whims of Politicians BY JACK DUNPHY”

Commentary: If You’re Going to Dance on Someone’s Constitutional Rights, You’d Better Have a Good Reason by Roger Kimble

Commentary: If You’re Going to Dance on Someone’s Constitutional Rights, You’d Better Have a Good Reason April 27, 2020 Admin Curves are flattening worldwide thanks to stringent lockdown efforts.” That bulletin from one of my favorite magazines made me sit up. “Really?” I thought, “Is it because of the stringent lockdown that the ‘curves’ are flattening?” For that … Continue reading “Commentary: If You’re Going to Dance on Someone’s Constitutional Rights, You’d Better Have a Good Reason by Roger Kimble”