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Doing the Research the New York Times Won't Do

renny4 Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 6:30 AM
And, the zero cannot amend the Constitution with an executive order.
goldilocks Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 9:19 AM
It takes an act of Congress!
goldilocks Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 9:25 AM
and by ratification of states
Robert 206 Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 7:29 AM
IHe doesn't have to. The Supreme Court did his wishes on Obamacare so why won't they accommodate him on the Second Amentment?
Jay Wye Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 8:20 AM
the REAL question is;
just HOW MUCH unConstitutional "gun control" are Americans willing to tolerate?

WHERE will the line be drawn? At what point will Americans decide it's enough and actually DO something? We know we can't trust our "representatives" or the Supreme Court.
There's only ONE course of action left.
Jay Wye Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 8:21 AM
there IS NO "judicial review";
one must break the law,be arrested,tried and convicted,then while sitting in jail,appeal your way up through the appellate courts,and MAYBE the Supreme Court will agree to hear your case. there's no guarantees.
All this happens at YOUR expense.
FEDGOV has unlimited time,money,and resources for this appeals business,they can delay and delay,at your expense,....while you're sitting in jail,of course.

this is how the Traitors manage to keep unconstitutional laws on the books.

In Sunday's New York Times, Elisabeth Rosenthal claimed, as the title of her article put it, "More Guns = More Killing." She based this on evidence that would never be permitted in any other context at the Times: (1) anecdotal observations; and (2) bald assertions of an activist, blandly repeated with absolutely no independent fact-checking by the Times.

There is an academic, peer-reviewed, long-term study of the effect of various public policies on public, multiple shootings in all 50 states over a 20-year period performed by renowned economists at the University of Chicago and Yale, William Landes and John...