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Recent content by KBCraig

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    Does the Second Amendment Protect Non-Citizens? Judge Menashi finds that Heller limited the Second Amendment to "citizens."

    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...
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    Charleston is passing their own rules. http://www.thegunmag.com/charleston-sc-council-doesnt-like-open-carry/
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    Time to retry constitutional carry bill?

    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...
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    Time to retry constitutional carry bill?

    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.
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    Gun laws barring sales to people under 21 are unconstitutional, appeals court rules

    Compared to the status quo, it is a significant victory. That doesn't mean there isn't still more work to be done, and more victories to claim.
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    congrats to the citizens of Tennessee

    Tennessee will still be a legal minefield, and has different standards for licensed and unlicensed folks. https://www.wate.com/news/where-is-it-legal-to-carry-a-gun-in-tn-without-a-permit-what-tbi-says/
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    Open Carrying on Postal Property

    Here, I'll help you out. You directly challenged my statement that 18 USC 930 doesn't apply to "installations":
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    Open Carrying on Postal Property

    You said that 18 USC 930 applies to "federal installations". It clearly does not; it only applies to "federal facilities". The title itself is "Possession of firearms and dangerous weapons in Federal facilities" (emphasis added). Since you have refused to read that section, I'll quote it for...
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    LOTT & ex NRA President Keene...failed to do due diligence & got pranked - BIG time!

    Did the check clear? No harm. Easy money.
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    South Carolina has an effective if unconstitutional gun carry permit law …

    True. NH usually comes in #1, but that's for registered NFA items (thank you, Sig-USA!). At the state level, we have zero gun registration.
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    Wisconsin Senate passes AB 293 on voice vote. A Second Amendment sanctuary bill.

    Even when Texas passed a Silencer Sanctuary bill, everyone who knows controlling federal law warned people to not be the test case.
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    Open Carrying on Postal Property

    18 USC 930 contains the definition you seek. Read it.
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    Open Carrying on Postal Property

    A disagreement is not a personal attack.