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Shutterstock Next Post Coming Soon…▶   [Amnesty International] argues that “The Constitution was . . . drafted with international law as a set of background norms, and this Court should construe the Constitution accordingly.” However, none of the alleged “background norms” that AI cites existed in 1791 when the SecondRead More →

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Cal Anderson Park in Seattle. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren) Next Post Coming Soon…▶   Seattle businesses have a problem on their hands. Ongoing political violence from violent Antifa and Black Lives Matter types, coupled with increased criminal violence and vagrants doing drugs and taking dumps in commercial areas has crippledRead More →

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Courtesy Jeff Hulbert Next Post Coming Soon…▶ New York’s longstanding proper-cause requirement does not violate the Second Amendment. A. The Second Amendment protects an individual right to keep and bear arms, but that right is not absolute. For centuries, legislatures in England, the colonies, and the States have protected publicRead More →

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Alan Dershowitz (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II, File) Next Post Coming Soon…▶ Maybe the professor isn’t familiar with the Protection of Legal Commerce in Arms Act . . . Consider this out-of-the-box proposal: Liberal, pro-gun-control states could apply the Texas bounty approach to gun control. New York or Illinois, for example,Read More →

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North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper (AP Photo/Gerry Broome) Next Post Coming Soon…▶ By Larry Keane North Carolina Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper had an opportunity to end his state’s discriminatory Jim Crow-era law. Legislation to repeal the state’s requirement for citizens to obtain a pistol purchase permit from their local sheriffRead More →

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Next Post Coming Soon…▶ “When it comes down to it, it’s just a sense of disappointment that the bill ultimately was passed,” Kevin Lawrence, executive director of the Texas Municipal Police Association, told the Texas Tribune. There was some pretense on the eve of the 2021 legislative session among Republican stateRead More →