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The answer to that is the same as the answer to "the best pistol", or "the best caliber". The answer is: the one that you feel comfortable always carrying, can practice with regularly, and always hit your target.
Chipman was a trial balloon; a distraction.
He was the feint that sets up a sucker punch.
Look at the timing. Withdrawal of Chipman's nomination in the morning, and a new outrage from the vaccine mandate that same afternoon.
The next nominee will be just as bad, or even worse, but they won't...
As far as I can tell, Mike Stollenwerk has disappeared. John Pierce is still in control, but is an absentee landlord.
John collects the checks and does minimal maintenance, but doesn't carry how much the property gets trashed.
I'm not sure what you're disagreeing with.
The 1A is also a civil right incorporated by 14A, but that doesn't mean you are free to set up your soapbox in Walmart. It doesn't mean that you can practice Santeria in a Methodist church (private property that invites the public).
Both are rights...
YOU are not allowed to violate the property owner's rights.
If you want to do whatever you want on the property, then buy it. As long as someone else owns it, you play by their rules or you don't go at all.
A couple of trial lawyers should know that they can't successfully sue for the return of property that they knowingly agreed to forfeit as part of a plea deal.
Should know, but their legal acumen is already suspect when it comes to anything beyond ambulance chasing and nuisance-suing their...
Judge Menashi invoked "at the time of the founding", so he should have spent more time examining what it meant to be a citizen at that time, and what it took to be considered one.
One of the complaints in the Declaration of Independence was that the King would not allow free and unrestricted...
I doubt the LA governor promised anything.
Those who flipped felt comfortable voting for passage of the original bill knowing that Edwards would veto, and LA had never before had a veto override session.
All of a sudden they had to choose again, and the police industry brought all the pressure...
Louisiana passed constitutional carry by veto-proof majorities. Gov. Edwards vetoed the bill, prompting a veto override session.
Three Republicans and one Democrat flipped their votes, and the override failed.