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I'm bored with Liberal Tears in my glass.

Too much salt anyway. No, something better to enjoy the fine melt going on this evening.

Just a dash of water and a few chapters of a good book tonight. Got a good bit of rain in the forecast this week and a lot to do before it comes.

swamp draining Clinton flushing same thing

Looks like the swamp is draining itself in some areas.

Date of Notice: 1/12/2017

Event Number: 2016-0132

Rapid Response Specialist: Stuart Goldberg

Reason Stated for Filing: Plant Layoff

The Clinton Foundation
1271 Avenue of the Americas, 42nd Floor
New York, NY 10020

County: New York | WIB Name: NEW YORK CITY | Region: New York City

Contact: Veronika Shiroka

Phone: (646) 775-9184

Business Type: Social Advocacy Organization - Clinton Global Initiative

Number Affected: 22

Total Employees: -----

Layoff Date: 4/15/2017

Closing Date: -----

Reason for Dislocation: Discontinutation of the Clinton Global Initative

More bad news for gun-control religionists, October NICS record set.

October 2016 had 2,333,539 NICS Firearms Background checks conducted, beating October 2015 by over 18%. First time October has had more than two million checks conducted and, if the current trend continues, 2016 will set a new yearly record by over five million checks.

There I go polluting society again. Deplorable.

I didn't even need this thing but, you know, deplorable.

Do the Clinton Shake!

A special "thank you" for our resident gun-control advocates and their handlers.

You all are doing a fine job.

2,197,169 NICS checks for the month of July. That puts the year total to date well over 16 Million. To put this fine monument to the results of your hysterical agitation for useless legislation into perspective, the best prior span over the same several months (immediately following Sandy Hook) was a paltry 12.7 Million. If this trend manages to continue throughout the rest of the year, we can see NICS checks exceed 30 Million (30.7+ Million if the current 33% increase continues) for 2016.

Good job gun-controllers, your abject failure is truly something to behold...

Texas AG sues Austin for non-compliance with open carry law.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is suing the City of Austin to bring it into compliance with the state's open carry laws.

In a statement Paxton says the lawsuit will require Austin to allow citizens to lawfully carry firearms in Austin City Hall.

"I will always make sure that governments do not trample on the Second Amendment rights of Texans," said Attorney General Ken Paxton, "and if they do, we will sue."

Paxton said on July 5, Austin was given final notice to comply with the law, but Austin refused. The lawsuit says Austin has argued that its municipal building was exempt from the law under exclusions for court buildings.

Another example of gun-controllers inventing nonsensical interpretations to laws they don't like. They should bump the fine up to $10k per day and levy it directly against individuals like the Austin mayor, AG, etc.

You may be relaxed, but you'll never be...

...using a kitten as a pillow relaxed.

Touching comic abouth youth and imagination.

US Supreme Court: Stun guns are protected arms, Caetano vs MA

Oh gun-control advocates, do you all still cling to that notion that just because certain firearms didn't exist at the time the 2nd Amendment was drafted that they aren't protected by it? Well....

The Court has held that “the Second Amendment extends, prima facie, to all instruments that constitute bearable arms, even those that were not in existence at the time of the founding,” District of Columbia v. Heller, 554 U. S. 570, 582 (2008), and that this “Second Amendment right is fully applicable to the States,” McDonald v. Chicago, 561 U. S. 742, 750 (2010). In this case, the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts upheld a Massachusetts law prohibiting the possession of stun guns after examining “whether a stun gun is the type of weapon contemplated by Congress in 1789 as being protected by the Second Amendment.”

Oh, that was a unanimous decision too.
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