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Tag: Supreme Court

The Personal Protection and Home Safety Affordability Act

In light of today’s SCOTUS decision, I think “The Personal Protection and Home Safety Affordability Act” should be introduced. Using the newly expanded taxation powers, all Americans should be required to purchase guns and ammo to protect their families. This is a form of taxation. Anyone who doesn’t purchase guns and ammo for their personal […]

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A Vote for McCain is…

a Vote for McCain. Many Republicans (myself included) find themselves at odd as to who to vote for, especially for President.  The reason that, I believe, many hold their noses and vote for the GOP candidate is Judicial appointments.  I was reading a great article about this.  Here is a sample quote: “The threat of a […]

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A Vote for McCain is…

a Vote for McCain. Many Republicans (myself included) find themselves at odd as to who to vote for, especially for President.  The reason that, I believe, many hold their noses and vote for the GOP candidate is Judicial appointments.  I was reading a great article about this.  Here is a sample quote: “The threat of a […]

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Quote of the Moment

“The Supreme Court got this one right. While the ruling still contains elements gun owners should denounce, the justices acknowledged that the words “shall not be infringed” mean just what our Founders meant; and two centuries later the meaning of those words has not changed… Countless assaults against the right of the people to keep […]

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Quote of the Moment

“The Supreme Court got this one right. While the ruling still contains elements gun owners should denounce, the justices acknowledged that the words “shall not be infringed” mean just what our Founders meant; and two centuries later the meaning of those words has not changed… Countless assaults against the right of the people to keep […]

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Boumediene v. Bush

As most of you know by now, on Thursday, June 12, 2008, the US Supreme Court reached their decision in the case Boumediene v. Bush.  The ruling of this case has caused much anger on the right and much rejoying on the left.  As I always try to do, I made an initial opinion on […]

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Democrat Debate in Vegas

So, I was watched part of the Democrat debate at UNLV today. Quite a few things annoyed me (although I couldn’t yell at the TV as much as I wanted to as Mikey had fallen asleep on the couch downstairs. The thing that bothered me the most was when they asked each Democrat Presidential candidate […]

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