Well, it does.
let’s see if Chief Traitor John Roberts agrees.
I certainly hope this gets overturned before that Iraq war veteran who got arrested for selling his rifle goes to prison.
Lets also hope that they use the same framework for the Connecticut law that’s about to come out.
"The 46-page complaint seeks to overturn the law on a number of fronts, including that the new assault weapon ban has radically broadened the definition of such weapons to include countless guns that had been considered COMMON BEFORE THE LAW WAS ENACTED."
Section 10 - Powers prohibited of States
No State shall enter into any Treaty, Alliance, or Confederation; grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal; coin Money; emit Bills of Credit; make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts; pass any Bill of Attainder, ex post facto Law, or Law impairing the Obligation of Contracts, or grant any Title of Nobility.
It’s about time.
Most people do not know that Queens County NY was the veritable birthplace of the NRA. The country’s first nationwide shooting contests were held in the Queens section called Creedmor. Though long the site of a state mental hospital, and lately the secure location of the NYPD’s anti terrorist task force, the site’s nimrod history is still seen in the names of boundary streets like Springfield and Winchester Boulevards and Range street and Musket street.
New York’s SAFE Act is so massively unconstitutional that it would be very easy to present all the problems. You have six or eight patriotic lawyers go through the Constitution line by line, and Amendment by Amendment, and make lists of every violation, and you will find that it is a very long list. The violations of Amendments 2, 4, 5, and 9 are particularly egregious, although there are multiple other violations. The entire “law” should be overturned immediately.
Was Ryan's Budget Really a Losing Issue in 2012? Fascinating numbers!
This polling occurred in something of a perfect demographic storm for Democrats, with African-American voters turning out well above trend, and with fewer whites voting than in 2004. It is unclear whether this can be replicated in the next few cycles; it will certainly be difficult in the upcoming midterms.Some noteworthy articles about politics, foreign or military affairs, IMHO, FReepmail me if you want on or off my list.
First, while it is true that a majority of Americans voted against Republicans for the House, it is also true that a majority voted against Democrats for the House. When I tallied the numbers last month, the national popular vote was 49.18 percent for Democrats, 48.03 percent for Republicans, 1.11 percent for Libertarians, 1.03 percent for Independents, and 0.3 percent for Greens, with another 0.4 percent or so divided among 31 minor parties.**
While I'm as wary of the mental health profession as anybody, this is only going to discourage many who may benefit from it from seeking the help they need.