Mayor Bloomberg Takes On the NRA

That is the headline at <a href=" Washington Post article</a> but it probably should read "Rouge Mayor Thinks <a class="zem_slink" href="" title="John Q. Public" rel="wikipedia">Joe Sixpack</a> Shouldn't Have Guns."

Take a big breath, plug your nose, and read this article:

Gun Owners Now Is The Time To Make Yourself Heard At Town Hall Meetings

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Penny Dean quoted in News Article

CONCORD — New Hampshire residents who are denied licenses to carry concealed weapons and wish to appeal must take their cases to the local courts, the state Supreme Court upheld Friday.

The ruling was in response to an appeal brought by Exeter resident Dan Garand who argued that his appeal should be heard in Rockingham County Superior Court, not Exeter District Court.
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* Exeter resident takes concealed carry fight to N.H. Supreme Court

Thank God for the Second Amendment

This article starts with this picture:

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And it just gets better and better:

<div style="margin: 0in 0in 12pt;">Sometimes, it’s good to reflect upon living in a country where Liberty remains more than words on parchment. The following stories remind us why Liberty is worth preserving.</div><div style="margin: 0in 0in 6pt;"><b><font size="4"><font color="#17365d">80-year-old man saves his life with pistol</font>


Appeals Court Sets Rehearing on Ruling That Eased Gun Restrictions

Appeals Court Sets Rehearing on Ruling That Eased Gun Restrictions

Published: July 30, 2009

In a setback for supporters of gun rights, a federal appeals court in San Francisco has set aside a major ruling by three of its own justices that made it easier to challenge local gun restrictions.

Without explanation, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, in San Francisco, on Wednesday ordered a hearing before 11 judges on an earlier decision by a three-judge panel that applied the Second Amendment right to own guns to state and local laws.

Court Rules "No Probable Cause"

Finding that the officers unlawfully arrested Mr. Woodard with a lack of <a class="zem_slink" href="" title="Probable cause" rel="wikipedia">probable cause</a> while also finding that the officers had "arguable" probable cause results in the conclusion that Mr.

Check out The Liz Library

Penny asked me to post something about The Liz Library. It is a stunning web site, full of information. CAUTION: You may spend a lot of time browsing this site if you visit.

It bills itself as "THE LIZ LIBRARY | Women's law and research | women's history, family law, politics, children's issues, education, religion, and psychology."

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and specifically check out this quote:

Who is responsible for making the decision?

That is, once you make a decision, right or wrong, who is responsible for the consequences of that decision? You are, of course. You can get all the advice you want, listen to it or not, but ultimately, it is your choice and you live or die with the results of your decision. John Longenecker says:

Lies, damn lies, and VPC statistics

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