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The War Wagon last won the day on January 24

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  1. They'll misuse it to somehow stamp out EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEVVVVVVVVIIIIIILLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL whiteys, heterosexuals & Christians of course!
  2. Californians have right to 'state-of-the-art' handguns, judge rules The California Rifle & Pistol Association brought the suit. Updated: March 21, 2023 - 8:14pm You overlord sorts might wanna bone up on what happened in Athens, TN, when the WWII vets got home!
  3. If the crazeee be-otch was upset about your car, just wait'll she finds out about what I just posted in the 2A forum!
  4. Yeah, but NOBODY wants to see THEM - my dad turned in faithfully each week to Wonder Woman for the compelling dialogue Miss Carter's wardrobe!
  5. The long steep curvy one in San Fransissyco.
  6. Go poop on Castro Street & make a lifelong memory - like the locals!
  7. Gun Control Is Joe Biden’s Safe Space By: David Harsanyi March 16, 2023 5 min read Image CreditYouTube/KYLA 5 Biden’s executive order will direct U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland to increase background checks by “cracking down on gun sellers who don’t perform them when required.” This is already the law, and there’s no evidence of any widespread problem with licensed gun sellers circumventing checks to illegally sell firearms to criminals. Even if gun dealers were a bunch of disreputable characters, it makes little sense for them to risk their businesses when a healthy market for legal guns exists. But it is true that occasionally, as happened with the Charleston Church shooter, law enforcement doesn’t do its job. So maybe Biden should sign an executive order demanding the FBI try harder. The attorney general is free to crack down on criminals whenever he pleases. Biden’s executive orders feed the false perception that more background checks would lead to less violence. Biden admits in his speech that goal of his new EO is “moving us as close as we can to universal background checks without new legislation.” Guess what? It’s not a fait accompli that “universal” background checks will become law simply because Democrats keep demanding it. “Loophole” in left-wing parlance means someone is ignoring a nonexistent law that Democrats believe should pass. In this case, the Brady Bill, which instituted the NICS check system, specifically allows sales between two private parties without a background check if both reside in the same state. A right of a non-dealer to sell a firearm to a neighbor or a friend, or whoever, was negotiated as part of a bill. This was not some oversight. Biden admits he is trying to undo legislation with an executive order, which (at this point, theoretically) exists to help the presidents manage the operations of the federal government, not to move towards legislation they prefer. This kind of lawlessness is nothing new for Biden. “Let’s be clear,” the president went on. “None of this absolves Congress from the responsibility of acting to pass universal background checks, eliminate gun manufacturers’ immunity from liability. And I’m determined once again to ban assault weapons and high-capacity magazines.” Gun manufacturers do not have any immunity or special protections from liability. This is just a pernicious lie. When a gun malfunctions due to shoddy design or faulty production, or if they mislead consumers or fail to honor commitments, they are, like everyone else in the country, open to liability. When guns work correctly and are used by criminals in illegal acts, they, like every other industry in the country, are not. In the same way, Ford is not liable when a madman plows into a crowd killing six people, and pharmaceutical companies aren’t liable when people ignore directions. Biden wants to create a special liability for one industry. And the same media outlets that tag every Republican criticism of the election process with disinformation notices allow Biden to keep making this claim without a single fact check. Moreover, most outlets simply repeat the administration’s contention the executive orders are aimed at “curbing gun violence.” This is highly debatable. It would be like the media uncritically repeating the GOP claim that their laws are making elections secure. Biden, after all, was in Monterey Park, California, where none of the laws he’s proposing would have deterred the shooter. The anti-gun group Giffords already gives California an “A” rating.” The state has “universal” background checks and 10-day waiting period limit for handgun purchases and “assault rifle bans” and “red flag” laws that allow police to confiscate guns – and many other regulations that do little but leave innocent people defenseless. Then again, the only person Biden is trying to save with this rhetoric is himself. David Harsanyi is a senior editor at The Federalist, a nationally syndicated columnist, a Happy Warrior columnist at National Review, and author of five books—the most recent, Eurotrash: Why America Must Reject the Failed Ideas of a Dying Continent. He has appeared on Fox News, C-SPAN, CNN, MSNBC, NPR, ABC World News Tonight, NBC Nightly News and radio talk shows across the country. Follow him on Twitter, @davidharsanyi. Beats allowing American energy production, huh, Slowjoe?
  8. I plan to ignore him until he goes away!
  9. That's ok - I fell for a medicaid text scam this week - Reason #769,655,678,45,64,42,341,213,262,734,584,069,564,734,532,623,421,343,574,586,549,960 why I desise cellphones!
  10. I could end up in Odenton myself soon - job possibility (NO, I am NOT NSA or Army!) - any advice, warnings, etc.?
  11. The only thing we ever had to wonder about Lynda Carter was, how did her top stay up when she was running!
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