Basically don't be a tard. As long as you don't visit .tor sites that are normally hidden that you would never casually just stumble across, you won't encounter viruses any more than normal browsing.
Download TOR, download a good VPN (you will have to pay, but remember, if it's free, you lay with your data. I recommend ProtonMail as well as ProtonVPN but do your research), and go from there. There are more steps you can do to ensure your privacy but I'm not gonna do that here.
If you wanna visit sketchy parts of the internet, look up how to, plenty of youtube videos in how to do it and be safe.
Also, lie when you post shit online people. You aren't hurting anyone and it's a pretty easy step to take. I'm probably 3 different races, 5 sexualities, have 20 different animals and live in 6 locations. The one time you should lie is online to keep yourself safe.
If you're looking for an accounting alternative, I'm using: https://www.xero.com/us/
Semi-related, Intuit actively lobbies against simplifying our tax code because TurboTax's success relies on a complicated tax code.
Do not forget to keep this link on hand for the inevitable arguments against using the watchlist as criteria for gun-sales. Why would anyone disagree with this /s
He wrote a whole book about it. https://www.amazon.com/Guns-Kindle-Single-Stephen-King-ebook/dp/B00B53IW9W
it's like 2 bucks on Amazon and it's not worth it, just him whining about guns. no real new insight.
What aren't you telling us?
That's a very unusual name your friend has so I'm thinking that these are his:
The Proletarianist Manifesto: 3rd English Edition
> This is a manifesto that outlines an ideology is based on universal voluntarism and a universal agreement that all volunteers make with every other says, "The fruits of my labor will be there for you if the fruits of your labor will be there for me." The manifesto contains criticisms of existing economic systems already in place, explains in depth the theory behind this new ideology, and responds to criticisms of it. All proceeds made from sales of this book will be used to fund our movement.
Non-Fiction apparently. What movement would this be funding?
A Day For The Workers
> From the ashes of a violent revolution, a great and powerful nation is born.
> Join the workers in celebration, and take pride in your own contributions to your community! Welcome to the Land of the Worker! Welcome to the world of National Proletarianism!
A work of fiction of as it states, but is it calling for the violent overthrow of the US and the implementation of communism?
The facebook page by that name only has some self music videos and a "rap" song about how his bosses are keeping him down.
Now, I hate Red Flag, which don't appear to be in play here, and I'll defend the 2A even for people I disagree with.
However, I'm suspicious that there's a hell of a lot more going on here than you're disclosing.
There are many other sites with this report and petitions for Obama to pardon him. Good luck getting Obama to pardon anyone who defends himself and co-workers with a gun. Unfortunately private guns on government property is forbidden.
You can go on amazon and buy high capacity salt grinders and they'll be shipped right to your door, no background check needed.
It's completely insane!
Nobody needs 3/4 of a cup of salt in one grinder.
One of those little single serving packets they have at McDonald's is more than enough.
This whole article is astroturf. Check out Mr. Fellerath's Linkedin profile, he's a freelance writer. I wouldn't be the least bit surprised to learn that he was currently doing some freelancing for a Bloomberg financed organization.
Wat. I didn't strawman anything. You can buy Tanerite, an explosive, without even having to show ID. A thermite bomb is easily made with a few different metals (magnesium, aluminum and iron) and Amazon literally suggests that all three be bought together (or are commonly done so). This isn't some mysterious voodoo bullshit, I figured this out between knowledge gained in my college physics and chemistry courses.
Here ya go, order one for the holidays lol
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"The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.
"Victorious warriors win first and then go to war, while defeated warriors go to war first and then seek to win.
Hence to fight and conquer in all your battles is not supreme excellence; supreme excellence consists in breaking the enemy's resistance without fighting." - Sun Tzu, The Art of War
You do not need to defeat your enemy on the battlefield if you can deny their ability to be present on it.
Looks like the peaked shortly after the NSA stuff. But they are doing so well right now, maybe cause of the shutdown.
He's just pandering to the Republican party. All his recent remarks about the Second Ammendment are, in my opinion, insincere at best and outright lies at the worst.
This is a from his Twitter account about 3 years ago.
And let's not forget his strong opinions on "Assault Weapons" circa 2000.
Trump may say that he believes in the Second Ammendment but I'd take that with a large grain of salt.
Here's a Brady facebook post about Sandy Phillips being a Brady campaign manager. https://www.facebook.com/bradycampaign/posts/10151657306554212
Looks like she joined after the girl died. I'm pretty sure her husband was doing something for Brady before it happened but I can't find anything with a date. His linkdin has him listed as an Operations Manager for Brady. https://www.linkedin.com/pub/lonnie-phillips/16/a/722
The twitter account @agleaks has been doing a bang-up job of outing Betsy Riot members.
I'm not sure what these girls are getting at. They actually advocate violence, in order to rob people of purported tools of violence. Umm, isn't that a good way to get shot?
And with regards to the vandalism, that is technically a crime as well, though I would wager the cops aren't going to follow up, even if you have evidence pointing to the vandal.
😉 Link here
Also there’s tons of 3d printed 9mm carbines (FGC 9, Cobra 9, etc)
It's also true.
Think how many gun owners there are. Low estimate is what, one third of the country? Yeah, I know it's higher, but crazy low estimate %33.
That's around 106,452,392 people. ( source: http://www.worldometers.info/world-population/us-population/ )
Now how many violent crimes?
Per the 2014 FBI UCR, 1,165,383 ( source: https://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/ucr/crime-in-the-u.s/2014/crime-in-the-u.s.-2014/offenses-known-to-law-enforcement/violent-crime ).
Not all of those involved a gun, not even close, but what if they all did? That would mean %1 of all gun owners committed a violent crime. The actual number is, of course, lower but even with those silly estimates %99 of gun owners aren't the problem.
I like to sing, "You can have my bullets too" in the style of Harry Connick Jr. from the movie Memphis Belle.
Have we not figured out yet that fingerprint readers are not reliable enough and easily hacked. This is a bad idea.
Two of the largest companies in the world, who have a large interest in security, cannot figure this stuff out. What are the chances of this working better?
No, you pasted two URLs into the same field.
The first is a buzzfeed blog:
The second is a LA Times blog.
It's not that she just worked for PR at companies, she was an executive of the PR and marketing departments for very large, and well funded corporations.
Here is her Linkedin.
and to the Democratic heads of states.
She's nothing but a political operative. When the left talks about being grassroots, and not being the corporate whores, this is what they are talking about.
Clearly you need this because your own link literally fucking says Rosenbaum fucked kids. Also Snopes can eat a bag of dicks for writing a 1000 word dissertation to dance around the fact that all three of them had long histories of being criminals and pretending they were in the right when they all attacked a minor with varying degrees of lethal force as he was running away. While I'm here, just to make sure all the little Snopes simps come crawling out of the woodwork yet again to yell at me for daring to insult their messiah. Fuck Snopes, fuck Snopes, fuck Snopes. Come and get me you little mouth breathers, I love watching you desperately piss into the wind to defend the honor of a fucking website.
Did you know when AOL was first becoming popular they literally bought every CD in existence for those "free trial" discs?
EDIT: It was 50%. My mistake. I saw this on TIL once. Impressive, nonetheless.
Source: “At one point, 50% of the CD’s produced worldwide had an AOL logo on it,”
If I were Deputy Jose Marquez, I would retire and bask in my fame! No one will be able to ever, ever match that shot! My congrats to Marquez - his name will never be forgotten for this.
"Given a choice between skill and luck, it is better to be lucky."
- Sun-Tzu, The Art of War
I didn't want anyone to think I'm advertising, I personally use congress. You can follow, people, bills, and major categories.
He's actually wrong even from a language professional's view. It makes me seriously doubt his abilities as an English professor.
The Second Amendment reads:
> A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
Any English teacher not trying to prove a political point will tell you that the first part that reads "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State," is a prefatory clause to the rest of the sentence. A prefatory clause provides some additional context to the rest of the sentence, in this case explaining one reason for the existence of the Second Amendment, but it does not alter the meaning of the following imperative clause. The imperative clause clearly states that:
> the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
I was taught this in 7th grade while diagramming sentences, so I would imagine that a college level English professor would know this.
That nonviolent stuff will get you killed: How guns made the civil rights movement possible by Charles E Cobb Jr.
By "civilian carried guns" I meant non-law enforcement, which is, of course, clear to everyone except the most obutse of individuals. ~~The Secret Service are civilians, yet they're of course going to be carrying guns inside of the secured convention hall.~~
 Looks like you're (and I, in this post, trying to clarify things) wrong again, according to Webster:
>Simple Definition of civilian
>: a person who is not a member of the military or of a police or firefighting force
Now, I know GRC types have a problem with official dictionary/encyclopedia definitions, so if I'm still wrong ("GRC wrong," not wrong in reality, of course), sorry to hear that.
[edit2] The fact that you blatantly create a strawman by linking me to a post where I talk about cops, yet say "all guns," is hilarious, by the way.
You can find all information on all cases of note at various levels at this link here
For the specific case you're asking about that's here
> Apr 16 2021 Motion to extend the time to file a response is granted in part; the time is extended to and including May 25, 2021.
So, NY has until today to file their response - opposing grant of cert.
This is a country where if you express ideas that federal agents don’t like you, you will be beaten, imprisoned, or killed. I accept my responsibility for offending seditious thugs, liars and tyrants. I say this is the duty of all decent citizens left.
Why don’t you try listening to Flaherty’s show a few times and test out his veracity?
Here, I’ll give you a link to a good one.
Direct link to the bill text.
Kaine's bill bans transfers unless the transferor "has taken reasonable steps to determine that the recipient is not legally barred from possessing firearms or ammunition." The bill fails to elaborate on how an individual can do that, or what constitutes "reasonable." Without even access to the NICS system, this leaves the door open for malicious prosecutions.
The article gets a couple of things wrong.
> Under current law, only federal firearms licensees (FFLs) are criminally liable if they sell a gun to a prohibited individual.
Not true. They're liable if it can be proven they knew they were selling a gun to a prohibited person.
> Aside from virtually eliminating the private sales market in the U.S., Kaine’s gun control bill will also likely drive up profits for FFLs.
This guy's never run a shop. To make it profitable, you'd have to raise transfer fees to the point you'd be accused of gouging. It's easier to just refuse the service.
> Also, what are your thoughts on the increasing issue of mass shootings?
The homicide rate in the US is down <strong>49%</strong> from its peak in the 90s. Homicides and gun homicides are still on the decline despite increasing rates of private firearm ownership and expired weapons bans.
Furthermore, 91.4% of individuals killed in mass shootings (5 or more killed) since 2000 were in some sort of a gun-free zone.
The data does not support positions that more guns equate to more violence or that prohibiting guns makes you safer.
My thoughts fall in line with the data, because it would be irrational to continue to think otherwise.
But wait, there's more!
This seems to sum up most of the posts:
>His goal is NOT to make you think, but to make you believe as he does. He's an ideologue. Cannot see past his own prejudice. Not a good experience.
Well I grew up in the 70s, so this was long before orange plugs were a thing. That's cool about the G26 though.
I have a toy 1911 (plastic) I bought off amazon. It has a magazine, plastic bullets, and you can rack the slide and shoot them. I use it as a function demonstrator for teaching pistol shooting. It's wacky colors but that's fine. It's also super useful to see who picks it up and immediately puts a finger on the trigger, because it'll pop off pretty easily. Excellent teaching tool for under $20.
> You can't just kill their production or proliferation by cutting the money cord from investors.
1) Sort of. Bonds, convertible bonds, publicly traded stocks, and privately held equity are not interchangeable.
2) It depends on the current ratio, see Ruger and S&W. Basically, even if they weren't able to get shareholders or debtors to sign on, they have the cash on hand to keep doing what they do.
I strongly believe that their CFOs will just buy up outstanding shares, which is the smart thing to do.
How about you provide evidence of a sizable number of illegal immigrants voting in US elections? Clearly, if the problem is widespread, there's plenty of cases of it that have been prosecuted.
Actual evidence shows that 1 out of 21 MILLION votes MAY be fraudulent in the way that you and the OP are suggesting.
Sorry, but every shred of evidence suggests your nonsense is flatly wrong.
We are hosting a fundraiser that will support the California Rifle and Pistol Association. You can get stickers or shirts here: https://teespring.com/gunrunnerz#pid=2&cid=2397&sid=front
If you dont feel comfortable with that the NRA-ILA is always good.
"Second Cousin, Once Removed."
I doubt they even talk, unless that family is much more tight knit than most.
Disabling cookies doesn't prevent tracking. Many sites will track users across their networks by IP address, or though other less ethical means. Cookies are really useful for reliably storing stateful information like shopping cart, user info, or ensuring content isn't duplicated.
If you don't want to be tracked, or you want anonymity on the internet you need to use a VPN that does not log session data. This is a good one: https://vpntunnel.com/
Not sure if this is against this sub's rules, but this might be of some assistance. Information should not be suppressed behind a paywall. I'll delete this comment if necessary.
I read the link you posted, and it seems to confirm my concerns. The instructions you gave don't seem to do what you're expecting.
Scroll down one more section from the instructions you provided:
>If you want to hide your IP address, install the latest version of ZeroNet then click Tor > Enable Tor for every connection on ZeroHello.
I can't confirm that Zeronet is actually using the tor network, but that is much more consistent with what I would expect.
It reduces crime because feelings.
Or, alternately, the aim of the law isn't reducing crime, but rather, allowing so-called "progressives" to make themselves feel better by sticking it to people they don't like.
The people who support a law like that, frankly, enjoy making gun owners suffer under onerous regulations.
They're fundamentally no different than the guy described here:
I agree with everything that's been said. Recently, I saw this description of a documentary on Amazon Prime:
>Californian filmmaker Darren Doane (Collision Unstoppable, Free Speech Apocalypse) packed up everything and moved his family to Idaho. One thing they didn't bring was a gun. That's because their family doesn't own a gun. Imagine their surprise when they arrived in Idaho only to discover that their new friends and neighbors were proud American gun owners, exerting their right to Keep and Bear
The film is Keep and Bear
From the description only, I figured it would be another anti-gun diatribe, but I was pleasantly surprised. It sort of hits a lot of progun points, though not always accurately. But it shows how one family, who not necessarily anti-gun came to a different conclusion.
It's easy to to make it harder for them. This would probably stop 99% of hand gun thefts from vehicles. If they looked around, I have tools in my truck to defeat this. But they would likely take tools and leave the box that's cabled to my seat mount.
> Old Man’s War
Couldn't get past the first book. Something about the writing just comes off as smug. After I learned what a piece of shit Scalzi was, I'm glad I was never a fan of him.
> I think we’re starting to see some writing come out by some conservative authors that is challenging the left wing bullshit that pervades the rest of the media.
On related note: if you like fun sci-fi that's not pushing a hard-left message, you should check out The Galaxy's Edge Series. Kind of a mix of Starship Troopers, Star Wars, and The Black Company.
Regarding the Molly stuff: I didn't have as much of a problem with it when we're supposed to view Dresden as a flawed character with the Dresden Files books being intentionally pulpy fiction. The second he starts moralizing, though, it just pisses me off.
I'm still convinced he'll end up with Molly.
As another example, Butcher had to throw in his little "gay guys meeting up to have gangbangs at rest stops and public parks is about love, and you can't judge love". Most people who condemn that shit would also condemn straight-sex gangbangs in public. It's not about love, it's about lust. It doesn't make you a bible-thumping Nazi to be against that shit. Have all the gay orgies you want in private.
TunnelBear or Nord, but I’m not alone WireCutter and PC Mag rate them well too.
To be honest with you I'm not a parent, but I've thought about this as I will be married soon and my SO and I are looking for safe practices all around.
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Activists attending Day of Resistance - Ventura County will then have the opportunity to engage in a Public Meeting with a panel of passionate speakers including Stewart Rhodes of the Oath Keepers movement, Ventura County Supervisor Peter Foy and other speakers. Afterwards there will be opportunities for more networking and instruction on what actual steps can be taken NOW to have real results in California.
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> These people are suggesting the court is partisan simply because it isn’t backing them. They make up lies and it is important to correct them
Was listening to The Psychology of Totalitarianism from the guy who came up with mass formation. Lots of scary parallels, esp how they villanize gun owners as the root of the problem. Simple answers to complex problems for people who are afraid to rally against.
Read this short pamphlet/book on the 2A by Barton, he has a religious background but he is quoted by scotus.
After reading you will likely see this "big debate" just fall away as being a false construct. The second amendment is a directive
Newsflash: they don’t care. They wanna lock you up and take your guns because you say mean things!
See Greco v. Grewal. As of last month, the federal courts are abstaining from exercising jurisdiction over the case, despite the acknowledgement from the district judge who originally heard the case that the red flag law as written is unconstitutional. On top of that, the Supreme Court of New Jersey has already ruled that the statute is unconstitutional.
This guy is being jammed up and being persecuted for saying the wrong thing on the Internet, and on the basis of a petition that was based on something other than probable cause and that wasn’t even filed properly. The statute allows only household members and individual law enforcement officers to file petitions, and this petition was filed just by NJ OHS.
This "To remove someone's rights permanently is the harshest punishment someone can receive" is not true. Death penalty and life in prison are far worse. Stop conflating serious crimes with not serious crimes. Many, many people lose their gun rights for crappy, non-violent felonies. Martha Stewart did. Mark Wahlberg did. So did the people in this book: https://www.amazon.com/Three-Felonies-Day-Target-Innocent/dp/1594035229 But none of those people are anywhere near as bad as this scumbag: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lawrence_Singleton This guy chopped of a girl's arms, went to prison, got out and killed someone. Would you have restored his gun rights? Do not conflate things, you are muddying the water!
$280 infinite mags
Here ya go OP:
I have this one. It covers just about every topic in the gun control debate with court cases, facts, quotes from the founding fathers refuting gun control talking points. I’ve really enjoyed it tbh.
Thanks for the reply/recco, do you know which "episode" addresses the police-state argument?
I'm guessing and starting with "The Second American Civil War" but if you happen to recall which one is relevant to that argument I'd appreciate the pointer.
Most mass shootings happen in homes. Homes are not gun-free zones.* Besides, why are mass shootings more important than other mass killings, or single shootings?
Please tell us more about the Ugandan genocide.
*Please remember to keep track of mass killings (not mass shooting) with my list at: https://saidit.net/s/Lists/comments/25z3/mass_killings_in_the_united_states_2020/
Here is a good book on the topic that I can recommend:
The Second Amendment Primer: A Citizen's Guidebook to the History, Sources, and Authorities for the Constitutional Guarantee of the Right to Keep and Bear Arms
As I recall, the author does a good job in citing his sources, so you can easily backtrack to where he obtained his facts from.
FYI if you happen to have Amazon Prime, the current issue is available on Prime Reading. No idea if that's always the case, just noticed it while browsing through Prime Reading.
But yeah I generally find it to be a high quality publication, and I don't require that I agree with absolutely everything.
The point you debate is one the USSSF contends is right and proper. Problem is that they are trying to take the easy way out, call assault weapons by some innocuous name, say they are “sporting arms” and avoid having to deal with GCA 68 only allowing citizens to own modern day muskets/“sporting arms”.
I’m not arguing your numbers. Gun possession in the US has kept our overall violent crime rate down compared to say, England, with its 4-5x higher (or more) violent crime rate.
But I do take exception to those who deny the issue of assault-weapons and where the term came from. Because until the collective will of firearms owners can overcome the reluctance to address the anti-gun tirade against them, we are not going to win.
Maybe you’re not aware of court packing or bad faith compliance or statutory loopholes - but winning a court case is just the beginning of the turn back to getting the Second Amendment back-if at all.
So, to show you the REAL source of the term “Assault Weapons” here’s a link to Amazon showing the attempt by the other school of gun owners to market military style small-arms.
It’s just one but Lewis through Gun Digest published a whole series of books on the subject.
Another great read is You Have the Right to Remain Innocent by James Duane. It details exactly why you shouldn't talk to cops and what you should say to claim the right to stay silent without it being held against you later. It details every dirty trick cops, detectives, prosecutors and lazy lawmakers use to put you in jail. Very eye opening and worth a read.
> They only surveyed 1,001 people.
No it's not, you know-nothing. It's actually quite a large sample.
> That is a disgraceful amount of people and has absolutely no legitimate accuracy.
> We all know that it's super easy to manipulate survey questions.
> It's also easy to stack your survey results with such a small sample size by only calling certain areas.
These are true. Did you look at their methodology at all? Is there evidence of either of these things?
(EDIT: added link to the survey details)
Typical overstated argument based on cherry picking stock prices. A more honest evaluation is easy to get. Compare Dick's Sporting with an industry leader like Smith and Wesson and compare the charts:
click here for Yahoo Stock chart
As you can see neither stock has been exactly high flying: the blue chips outperform the gun stocks in spite of recent events like Newton and Boston. Smith & Wesson is down about 4% while Dick's is down 6%. Doesn't sound so dramatic when you put it that way, huh?
Listen to this podcast for more on that—especially starting at 11:08 for that point specifically.
Colin Flaherty explains how they contrive the claim that mass shootings are a white thing.
Good bitch. You did as you were told and posted again. Youre so obedient. Im proud to
>japan has roughly the same amount of people as the us.
Lmao. Even your poor attempts at facts are wrong. The US has 330,000,000 people. Japan has a whopping 120,000,000 people. But dont worry. You were only off by 200,000,000 people. Jesus you are stupid. At this point Im hoping you arent Canadian. Youre a real embarrassment to the nation.
> Bottom line is anyone has the power and ability to do what the las vegas shooter did
And yet they dont. Mass shootings are still an anomaly. It may get lots of coverage, but they are still statistically almost non existent. Youre terrified of an event that almost never happens from a numerical standpoint. And the amusing thing is that you call others retarded.
> ur fucking retarded
Says the kid who tried to troll a gun forum only to get triggerd and keep coming back for 4 days.
It is a bastard variation of the famous quote from Martin Niemoller (https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Martin_Niem%C3%B6ller).
It is one of my favorite quotes to consider every time I hear of new legislation restricting something or creating more regulation regarding rights. We should never simply support new laws or new restrictions simply because they don't directly affect us as an individual. I try very hard to see through to whom the legislation is aimed at, and what the effect will be upon that person. I do this, becuase someday the government may turn their eye upon me and mine and what is of interest to me.
When the Nazis came for the communists,
I remained silent;
I was not a communist.
When they locked up the social democrats,
I remained silent;
I was not a social democrat.
When they came for the trade unionists,
I did not speak out;
I was not a trade unionist.
When they came for the Jews,
I remained silent;
I wasn't a Jew.
When they came for me,
there was no one left to speak out.
This Quora question "What is Switzerland's gun culture like?" seems to have conflicting answers... might be a prominent place to post your info
it aint that good. Any cam setup using anyone of a number of opensource software can be setup to capture when any movement is detected. I have multiple ones setup to capture and store to my dropbox cloud. One thing you should know is that it turns on when the sun comes up or comes down or you flip on a light .
I have counted seventy-six mass killings so far this year with 369 people killed in such attacks. The list is here:
Of these, 28 were mass-killings-by-gun. The list is here:
It seems it depends on what exactly you are counting.
If not for double standards,
Republics would have none.
22 Rape Accusations,
2 Articles of Impeachment,
Epstein and Trump rape case court documents, (very disturbing)
And you keep supporting him.
Here’s the actual court documents.
Act like an adult and read the actual court documents.
Stop running away from your mistakes and read about what’s really going on.
While you're at it, hit up Maryland. We have a VERY similar bill working it's way through our general assembly:
If you wanted supporting studies all you had to do was ask. So do you have anything to backup your arguments?
>Second, I do not have to do your research for you. You can easily do it yourself. I do not care enough to waste my time. Third, the
No you dont, but it certainly helps your argument if you do. That's kind of how this works and is why I provided support for my arguments.
>Third, the right to bear arms does not come from any words on any paper. The bill of rights are all negative rights, which means they are inherent and the words written specifically inhibit government from infringing on those rights.
Slavery was also legal, the right to bear arms, unlike the right to be free, stems from nothing more than words on paper unless you care to provide a philisophical argument otherwise. Rights don't come from words on paper, but I'M not surprised YOU don't understand that.
>Oh and forth I never made the claim or inferred that owning a gun makes you less likely to be a victim of a crime so not sure wtf you are talking about it.
So there's no reason anyone needs to own a gun then.
Thank you for providing a comment so ill informed each point could be catagorically retorted.
given minimum wage trends
and changes in cost of living
it seems to me totally reasonable to want a total overhaul if you were born after 1980 to parents who aren't rich.
Yeah this website was the only source I could find but their source www.jimcrowhistory.org/home.htm doesn't work. When I was looking into it I even used the web archive https://web.archive.org/web/20120403125624/http://www.jimcrowhistory.org/home.htm but that had no mention of the pistol permit law I could find.
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> but with 10 cases still pending cert review,
12 actually, with 11 distributed for conference and the 12th having filed the petition for cert.
> citing that because Rhode can successfully pass a background check, she does not have standing.
That's not an attempt to moot, that's an argument that the case shouldn't be heard at all; and I'm not sure that Bacerra has even made such an argument. But Rhode is not the only plaintiff nor can she purchase ammunition from out of state etc.
While I've not read all the docs, Bacerra's primary argument is that the law is constitutional.
One can hope. There are many gun-control related cases going through the courts right now. Hopefully we can get some stuff struck down with the current judges, and RBG can be replaced.
10 total thus far!.
Hopefully they are all consolidated for one oral argument. Makes it more difficult to pull any last minute BS to moot the cases.
> If someone asks for my help in righting a wrong, there is no where I will not go, there is nothing I will not do to make it right.
Hong Kong protesters have been asking for American assistance.
Another link for you. You can pick the prettiest one and set it as your background as a daily reminder.
Using this set of definitions: https://www.wordnik.com/words/bear
> intransitive verb To move from one place to another while containing or supporting (something); convey or transport: synonym: carry.
Could you point out where I said "You Americans" please? Oh that's right I didn't, I said "Americans"
Sounds like you're the one who needs to learn proper English.
What an absolute shit eating retard. Maybe this will help you https://www.rosettastone.com/learn-english/
What you're describing would be a pro-gun wiki. You could also start a collaborative pro-gun FAQ and host it somehow. I have a blog and would be willing to host it but it wouldn't be easy for everyone to edit like a wiki would.
Check out http://www.wikia.com/Wikia, they offer free hosting and everyone can contribute.
Sounding off on this, it's solid advice. Another thing you may want to look into is TailsOS, a Linux OS meant for security, and encrypting your drives(when you setup the VM).
Another additional step you can take is setting up a pihole and using encrypted DNS
Setting up Pi-hole: Step-by-Step Instructions - CryptoAUSTRALIA Blog
This will give you more control over your data when going to websites (and blocking advertisements and tracking at the same time!).
Look at this beauty:
You need to edit your original post with a correction. Post a link to the actual instructions. On their own, the instructions you gave open a significant security hole in the TOR browser.
Here is the “Colonel’s” post about the impending EO invoking.
But even if you’re not referring to him, you’re referring to the EO.
That’s not how that EO works. That’s not how sanctions in general work. That’s not how martial law works. That’s not how ANY of this works.
Nothing will happen, because the far-right pussies won’t do shit. They’ll complain on Parler and Facebook and Twitter and then line back up at Country Kitchen Buffet for another plate. That’s it. Biden will be inaugurated on January 20th.
We need to be preparing to resist his plans to violate the Constitution, not wasting time trying to steal a valid election.
When my sub r/brandonherrera got nuked. The largest gun meme sub as of that morning. I made this since we've had no luck in getting any new subs. Granted its for memes. But its somewhere to start. Its safer than discord who will nuke this stuff.
> ender 3
Pretty cheap...got a more efficient option?
edit: V2? https://www.amazon.com/Creality-Printer-Printing-Function-220x220x250mm/dp/B07FFTHMMN/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=3d+printer&qid=1620660742&s=industrial&sr=1-4
I see alot of great suggestions here. Here is another one:
Shooters: Myths and Realities of America's Gun Cultures by Abigail Kohn.
Control over the right to keep and bear arms goes back to medieval England. I recommend this book on the matter. Great source https://www.amazon.com/Second-Amendment-Manifesto-American-Constitutional/dp/1736083503
VPNs are part of the solution for your privacy, but you need to employ others as well. Installing a VPN then using it to login to your Youtube or Facebook account isn't going to help you. Using one and using new accounts or, better yet, completely new services that are more privacy oriented will add to your security. The VPN service itself is also important. If they're logging information on you, then it doen't matter at all. Unfortunately it's impossible to tell for most of the popular ones if they're logging or not. Supposedly ExpressVPN actually has been involved in cases where authorities attempted to seize their servers and then found no logged user info, but they're also really popular which has me skeptical.
This is the camera doorbell I just put in.. setup was a bit more challenging (understatement) than some of the more popular models. but I don't want to pay for cloud storage, and this one I can stream the video to a local video recorder I already own.
The other thing I liked is that it has both video motion detection and a Passive InfraRed sensor like an alarm system uses. My old video doorbell just used video motion detection and the sun shining through the trees add a breeze and the shadows move and tripped the doorbell constantly.. this one so far has only triggered on actual motion.
the Blink Cameras I was using in the driveway have died after just under 2 years.. and their wireless range is pitiful I would not recommend them at this point. I'm searching for replacement cameras now. Amcrest looks interesting as they are also supported with my current NVR..
Apt that I see this today, as this was today's reading selection:
The Fighting Bunch: The Battle of Athens and How World War II Veterans Won the Only Successful Armed Rebellion Since the Revolution
It is a fantastic book, one I highly recommend.
John Lott is a mathematician. He went into this study thinking he would receive the opposite result. He is now one of the leading intellectual voices for private gun ownership.
There's an unofficial android app that's in beta. The mobile site works well enough for me so I haven't tried the app yet. The app appears to be open source too, which is nice.
I think we are mostly on the same page. The Bill of Rights is mostly an acknowledgment of human rights that pre-date the US.
The Constitution does grant some powers to the government though (I am increasingly skeptical about how legitimate that is - The Problem with Political Authority is a pretty interesting book.)
Instead of addressing any of the concerns just yell "wikipedia is not reliable"
Okay here is another article about Red Summer:
>Most violent incidents during the Red Summer of 1919 were not initiated by fringe white supremacist terror groups. Ordinary white civilians and veterans, unaffiliated with the Ku Klux Klan or any other racist organization, formed most of the mobs.
Here is a book
Eventually you guys need to realize that gun ownership has always been for keeping minorities down rather than fight government tyranny.
The fact that NRA is the biggest gun group and also happens to be nothing more than a mouthpiece for the Republican party should tell you that government has 0 fears of an armed uprising. They know exactly how to manipulate idiot gun owners.
Just like with recent protests, how many "these rioters need to be stopped with our guns" threads were here in r/progun?
Leon the Professional: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LzZhidarXs
Door stop foot control - - https://www.amazon.com/Gotega-Door-Kickdown-Adjustable-Stops/dp/B07SHKQWWM/ref=sr_1_6?dchild=1&keywords=door+stop&qid=1596477386&sr=8-6
Easy as Cake!