The fools who created mass resistance against new gun control laws have done it again. There must be something in the air in Connecticut.
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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.
This is how the game is played: replace one thug with another under the guise of reform and restoration of freedom. The giveaway is the new government’s demand that the subjects be disarmed so they can’t threaten the new regime.
It’s less important about which party is in control than it is the ideology (and backbone) of those sitting in the Senate next year.
The state wants to be god. In order to do that it must erase all vestiges remaining of God and His commandments.
Rent seeking is easier and less expensive that trying to compete.
What the Supremes should do and what they will do in this case may differ widely.
Reality is soon to replace denial in Vallejo.
An even bigger surprise likely awaits Democrats who voted for this monstrosity when voters to the polls in November.
Vallejo’s city council is going to have a second chance to go after CalPERS. Otherwise, further future bankruptcies are all but certain for this unhappy little city in California.