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  1. San Francisco Public Housing authority tried to...

    San Francisco Public Housing authority tried to pull this nonsense a few years ago as well:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guy_Montag_Doe_v._San_Francisco_Housing_Authority
  2. Policy will not go into effect: ...

    Policy will not go into effect:

    http://www.9news.com/rss/story.aspx?storyid=349123
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    Yes. NAGR hasn't done anything to protect or...

    Yes.

    NAGR hasn't done anything to protect or advance our rights anywhere, ever.
  4. Thread: LAX Ammunition?

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    LAX has a bit of a presence around here, they...

    LAX has a bit of a presence around here, they have booths at all the gun shows where they sell their remanufactured ammo.
    I reload myself, so I've never purchased any, but a couple of friends of...
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    Not on Kindle, but Unintended Consequences is...

    Not on Kindle, but Unintended Consequences is back in print.

    There is a .pdf out there, though.
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    This is going to get interesting. Particularly...

    This is going to get interesting. Particularly how the DOJ justified the technology was unencumbered by any patents.
    As some may know, the developer of the technology wanted the patent to lapse, but...
  7. The more educated anti-gunners know crime has...

    The more educated anti-gunners know crime has been dropping, when confronted with the fact the default to "yes, crime has been decreasing, but expiration of the federal AWB correlates with a slowed...
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    Law Professor Josh Blackman has a few comments...

    Law Professor Josh Blackman has a few comments about the issues attempted regulation of data might introduce:...
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    I believe that when we see litigation regarding...

    I believe that when we see litigation regarding 3D printers, it will be on first amendment grounds, and the author suggesting they can be heavily regulated because they're "not protected by the...
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    Slate's technology columnist doesn't know...

    Slate's technology columnist doesn't know anything about technology:...
  11. Thread: Viagra commercials

    by G60
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    Remember, commercials are designed to appeal to...

    Remember, commercials are designed to appeal to the lowest common denominator.
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    Disruptive technology FTW.

    Disruptive technology FTW.
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    From Fresno PD: ...

    From Fresno PD:

    http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7043/8691397522_03e3c52c9b_z.jpg
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    Larry Keane (NSSF executive VP) isn't too...

    Larry Keane (NSSF executive VP) isn't too concerned:

    https://twitter.com/lkeane/status/328278620399357952
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    a) It's Fox News. b) there is a shortage. Once...

    a) It's Fox News. b) there is a shortage. Once that summons rolls around everybody is related to a LEO or CO or for any other such reason they can make up, wouldn't be fit to serve on a jury.
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    The lengths my "peers" go through to get out of...

    The lengths my "peers" go through to get out of jury duty once they get summoned, I don't mind this at all.
  17. SOLD: All items have been sold.

    All items have been sold.
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    So firing from the hip was really a thing?

    So firing from the hip was really a thing?
  19. Here's another good example, conservative...

    Here's another good example, conservative bloggers get down and dirty doing their own investigative journalism, were one of the first to finger Paul Kevin Curtis for the ricin letters, waited until...
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    The most frustrating thing is this probably...

    The most frustrating thing is this probably wouldn't apply to where they allegedly got the materials to make their bombs from.
    ...
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    wtf is he rambling about???

    wtf is he rambling about???
  22. It's not tinfoil hat bullshit. CA has...

    It's not tinfoil hat bullshit.

    CA has thousands of registered assault weapons.
    A bill was introduced (AB 174), but failed that would have deleted all grandfather clauses on guns already owned.
    ...
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    As easy as reversing the Brady scorecard rank.

    As easy as reversing the Brady scorecard rank.
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    Small arms ammunition is not classified as...

    Small arms ammunition is not classified as explosives by the BATFE.

    This bill would in not make it immediately illegal to reload.

    Of course this bill is designed to get the camel's nose in the...
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    How? The term "explosives" has meaning. The...

    How? The term "explosives" has meaning. The language seems like it would ban Tannerite, or at least the mixing of it, and other such binary explosives without a license, but it wouldn't make it...
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