The once Great City of San Francisco

Night Fishing in San Francisco by VANDERLEUN on JANUARY 2, 2018 Strolling the streets of San Francisco, the nation’s leading open air exhibition of failed social policies, never fails to instruct one in the infinite disabilities of social utopianism. Although large sections of this city still retain their charm in the far or middle distance — the swooping helicopter … Continue reading “The once Great City of San Francisco”

What a “Privilege” to live in California! – CA Broadens Gun Confiscation Laws to Include Ammunition, Certain Magazines

Joe Raedle/Getty Aspects of California’s gun confiscation laws broadened on January 1, 2019, as the state added ammunition and certain magazines to the list of items that can be confiscated when firearms are seized. KRCR reports that Senate Bill 1200, which Gov. Jerry Brown (D) signed into law, “adds ammunition and bullet drums to the list of … Continue reading “What a “Privilege” to live in California! – CA Broadens Gun Confiscation Laws to Include Ammunition, Certain Magazines”