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Old February 22nd, 2020, 04:01 PM #811
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Such racist gun laws are not only unconstitutional but unenforceable as well.
A $1,000 fee/fine to register guns is racist because it makes it basically impossible for low income people especially minorities to exercise their constitutional right.
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Old February 22nd, 2020, 04:39 PM #812
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I checked through my no information packets and they appear to be related to multiple purchases or transfers made at MSP instead of FFL. Wondering if that is the same for everyone. If so, it seems like the way to keep their database in disarray is to buy 4 or 5 at a time... like I needed a reason
I got mine. It had several with NO firearm info as well. I have never done a transfer at the MSP.
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Old February 24th, 2020, 09:16 AM #813
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Good news.

Now if we could get them to stop 4b spending on schools.
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I’ll just leave this national coverage here of Maryland Patriot activists On The Bricks, in the Statehouse lobby, in the suits, in the legislative office buildings, in the witness chairs at the gun bill hearings, on social media making alarm and attack posts, on the phones and mailing the letters to the MGA:

http://thegunfeed.com/

THE GUN FEED” is posting this recent article from “THE TRUTH ABOUT GUNS” (TTAG) in case you missed it:

https://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/ma...bill-defeated/

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Old February 25th, 2020, 11:27 AM #815
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Got the email from regarding my request. 31 pages X $0.25 a page = $7.75
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I’m far left and did a complete 180 on guns because “gun people” who weren’t in my social network took the time to talk to me about gun ownership/2A rights in a way that got me to challenge my views and the underlying rationale (or more appropriately emotion) behind them without coming off as total asshats. It really helps when you don’t go out of your way to shit talk people just because of their broad political association/views and instead treat them like your neighbor/fellow american.

This political tribalism on both sides needs to stop, it drives me nuts when I see liberals doing it as well, acting condescending to “Trumpers”.
I have lots of dems as friends and clients. Threw one for a loop after Trump was elected. He was on Facebook posting about how people that voted for Trump were racists, misogynists, etc. When I mentioned that I am a conservative and I voted for Trump, and asked him if he thought I was a racist, misogynist, womanizer, etc., he apologized for the comment and said he had to step back, take a break from Facebook, and rethink things.

We really should be able to talk to one another about politics without blinders on.

There are many other stories of clients/friends of mine that I have known for 10+ years. They are dumbfounded when they find out I am a conservative, I am a gun owner, and I am a hunter that kills Bambi and Donald Duck. It takes them a little while to wrap their head around it, and then they realize that their stereotype of gun owners and conservatives isn't right.
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I have lots of dems as friends and clients. Threw one for a loop after Trump was elected. He was on Facebook posting about how people that voted for Trump were racists, misogynists, etc. When I mentioned that I am a conservative and I voted for Trump, and asked him if he thought I was a racist, misogynist, womanizer, etc., he apologized for the comment and said he had to step back, take a break from Facebook, and rethink things.

We really should be able to talk to one another about politics without blinders on.

There are many other stories of clients/friends of mine that I have known for 10+ years. They are dumbfounded when they find out I am a conservative, I am a gun owner, and I am a hunter that kills Bambi and Donald Duck. It takes them a little while to wrap their head around it, and then they realize that their stereotype of gun owners and conservatives isn't right.
I hear ya. As I like to say, I am a liberal gun owner and I take an originalist view of our rights. For some reason “both sides” always seem to think that for some reason that means I need to be a conservative or liberals think that’s incompatible with being a liberal. Not in the least is my response to both sides. My thing is both sides often try to take things to far (at least the politicians).
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I hear ya. As I like to say, I am a liberal gun owner and I take an originalist view of our rights. For some reason “both sides” always seem to think that for some reason that means I need to be a conservative or liberals think that’s incompatible with being a liberal. Not in the least is my response to both sides. My thing is both sides often try to take things to far (at least the politicians).
politicians?? Government has no authority. Government by design to defend the rights and Constitution.
"Shall Not Be Infringed".
The Constitution doesn’t ‘give’ us any rights, Joe. It enumerates our inherent rights by Our Creator. Period.
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In 1776, Americans proclaimed their focus on rights in the Declaration of Independence. It stated that all people were created “with certain unalienable rights” and that the very purpose of government was “to secure these rights.” Great Britain's refusal to grant American colonists the same rights as other English subjects sparked the Revolutionary War. Such rights were protected by the Magna Carta in 1215 and the English Bill of Rights in 1689.
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In 1776, Americans proclaimed their focus on rights in the Declaration of Independence. It stated that all people were created “with certain unalienable rights” and that the very purpose of government was “to secure these rights.” Great Britain's refusal to grant American colonists the same rights as other English subjects sparked the Revolutionary War. Such rights were protected by the Magna Carta in 1215 and the English Bill of Rights in 1689.

Some of the revocation of said Bill of Rights of 1689 was the motivation for some to move to the aforementioned colonies.
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Thus, the only inquiry that this Court should conduct is to determine whether the firearms prohibited by the Act are protected by the Second Amendment. Because they are, the Act is simply unconstitutional.
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