There’s an old saying in politics: the most corrupt members either leave in a pine box or in handcuffs. For Yee, it’s handcuffs.
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The state wants to be god. In order to do that it must erase all vestiges remaining of God and His commandments.
What the Supremes should do and what they will do in this case may differ widely.
The opportunity to allow the internet to be controlled by authoritarians is about to be given, without fanfare, by the US government to a gaggle of internationalists.
These are important victories in the freedom fight even if they appear, on the surface, just to be stalling actions. They reflect a monumental shift against the president.
The momentum continues to shift in the direction of freedom, especially including the freedom to defend oneself against an unprovoked attack. It’s called the Second Amendment.
Cassidy is a dying breed. The long war against guns that she and her ilk have been waging for years has recently been going very badly for them. Yet she persists. Will her bill even get out of committee?
This was a very difficult article for me to write: the situation in Connecticut is dangerous. All it will take is one attempt by the CSP to confiscate a single firearm from one defender of his freedom…
If the Supremes take this case, and if they rule on it correctly (as it appears they just might), it would be a monumental victory for the Second Amendment, the Bill of Rights, and the Constitution. Freedom fighters are watching this one closely.
Confidence in the rule of law undergirds society. When that confidence is questioned, the fabric of society is threatened. Thanks to the anti-gun zealots in Connecticut, that fabric is coming unraveled.