It wasn't that the link didn't work, but in another thread where he just posted a link without any content, some of us pointed out we don't click on links without some info, usually quotes. He then issued the following challenge.It says what the title says. Basically, if you think you will be able to just go wherever you want, (NY,CA,IL), then you better think again. Link worked ok for me.
I guess he not only still thinks we're shut-ins, but don't have good memories too.
It is an essay that says local governments will defy the federal law, just as they are doing with sanctuary cities. Resistance to Trump, and all that.Yeah me too. I don't click on links without an introduction and a short summary of what the article is about .
No, he didn't. He said he's rather see reciprocity as a stand-alone bill where its chances for passage would be better rather than lumped in to the latest pie-in-the-sky bill that's going to be full of emotion driven BS from the Parkland shooting.Now President Trump is telling Republicans in Congress to forget about national reciprocity.
Trump said during a bipartisan meeting with lawmakers at the White House that, while the measure may pass one day as its own bill, adding it to any bipartisan background check legislation would doom it to fail.
Its chances of passing are not better as a standalone bill than attached to a bill related to NICS and punishing federal agencies that are not meeting their obligations under NICS. The President is just wrong about that as a matter of politics.No, he didn't. He said he's rather see reciprocity as a stand-alone bill where its chances for passage would be better rather than lumped in to the latest pie-in-the-sky bill that's going to be full of emotion driven BS from the Parkland shooting.
Not so. The Supreme Court stated that hate speech exists and the 1st Amendment doesn't provide a carve-out for it.But they forget there is no such thing as "hate speech".