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En Banc petition in Kolbe

solus

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hummm bloke held an entire conversation with themselves...wow!!

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davidmcbeth

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Or Nordyke, Tyler, Peruta, Skoien
Seeking relief from a tyrant from that very same tyrant usually does not work out well.


No one has learned the lessons from their school yard bullies ?


"Mommy, a big bully beat me up, what should I do?" Kid

"Just ask him not to do that anymore dear" Mommy

Bad Mommy !
 

California Right To Carry

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Code of Conduct for United States Judges

From the Code of Conduct for United States Judges

Canon 3: A Judge Should Perform the Duties of the Office Fairly, Impartially and Diligently

Canon 3(A)(3) states:

"A judge should be patient, dignified, respectful, and courteous to litigants, jurors, witnesses, lawyers, and others with whom the judge deals in an official capacity. A judge should require similar conduct of those subject to the judge’s control, including lawyers to the extent consistent with their role in the adversary process."

There were judges on that panel who went berserk. They violated the Federal Code of Conduct for United States Judges as did the Chief Judge for not reining them in.
 

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The common use today aspect is retarded ... totally retarded. And in Heller it was not in common use AND dangerous.

And the term "dangerous" who knows what that means -- I guaranty you judges will us their own political leanings to decide that one.


Sweeny did not do a great job ... agreeing that handguns would have been not covered under our RKBA if it would have been part of the NFA.

According to Sweeny , they could ban new weapons - like the justice said - and Sweeny did not answer this very well.

And the burden on proving that a gun is common or non-dangerous is upon citizens.

Look at these idiots talking about Newtown etc ... I would have said "I think the country would rather have a few random and irrational shootings than a concerted efforts of the gov't to take away our freedoms".
 
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The common use today aspect is retarded ... totally retarded. And in Heller it was not in common use AND dangerous.

And the term "dangerous" who knows what that means -- I guaranty you judges will us their own political leanings to decide that one.


Sweeny did not do a great job ... agreeing that handguns would have been not covered under our RKBA if it would have been part of the NFA.

According to Sweeny , they could ban new weapons - like the justice said - and Sweeny did not answer this very well.

And the burden on proving that a gun is common or non-dangerous is upon citizens.

Look at these idiots talking about Newtown etc ... I would have said "I think the country would rather have a few random and irrational shootings than a concerted efforts of the gov't to take away our freedoms".
I thought Sweeny actually did well considering he was under constant attack by a hostile court. There were a few that definitely are on the other side and flipped the antis argument on it's head by pointing out that by their logic it would naturally follow that a handgun ban would be OK.
Wilkinson's diatribes wasted a lot of time. While his Federalism arguments have some merit, clearly SCOTUS didn't think so or else they would have allowed the Chicago ban to stand. And this isn't a regulation, it's a total ban.
 
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