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  • Big Dipper

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    Garland said to imagine "the damage that would be done to our society if states were allowed to implement laws that empower any private individual to infringe on another's constitutionally protected rights in this way."

    Alas, he wasn’t talking about 30.06, 30.07 or 30.05.



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    This law will probably be thrown out by the courts. Let’s say you buy a gun in Texas and a NYC person could now sue you for $10,000. I just don’t think it will hold up in court and makes us look stupid. But stranger things have passed.


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    The law wasn’t that good anyway, but I hope the Feds lose regardless.

    For more information on how useless the law is:



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    Yeah, I’m not in regular contact but I also know Brad. Wonder if we ran in similar circles. He’s a solid guy.
    Well I assume it's the same Brad Pierce. I haven't seen him in about twenty years, but he looks, sounds, and talks about what you'd expect from a guy twenty years older. If he grew up around the SE side of Houston and has associations with home schooling, it's probably the same guy.

    Edit now that I'm thinking about it, I'm wondering if it were Shea that I got into it with. Either way, if we were in the same circles then, you probably heard about the canoeing classes.
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    SCOTUS refused to hear the case based upon lack of standing for whoever filed it. They DID NOT rule on its constitutionality. MSM went bonkers and did not correctly report on this (again)!!

    Thanks. I just caught the headlines. I don’t watch the news.
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