When Rand Paul was campaigning for the Republican nomination for the Senate seat he later won, he held a rally on the Capitol grounds in Frankfort, Kentucky. A contingent of militia types showed up in fully-armed battle dress, with assault rifles, helmets, etc. Rand was quite friendly to these crackpots.
When arriving at KETV studios for a debate with the Democratic candidate after Paul won the Republican primary, Paul's Jessamine County coordinator stomped on the head of a woman who had tried to get in a photo with Paul.
Sometime back, I did some research in response to a similar rant against the phase-out of inefficient incandescent bulbs (note: incandescent bulbs are NOT banned: they merely have to meet new efficiency standards, and the bulb manufacturers have made big investments to meet those standards) and discovered that a CFL bulb bought at Home Depot pays for itself in energy savings if it lasts 9 months at 3 hours per day.
The reason Zamudio acted as he did was a credit to the mandatory training he underwent in order to obtain a concealed carry permit. The current problem in Arizona is that Gov. Jan Brewer signed an act passed by the Arizona legislature that allows anyone -- even a nutcase like Loughner -- to carry a handgun with no training and no permit.
Perhaps Jack Hunter opposes CCW laws as another instance of oppressive big government, but the anarchy of recommending that our society needs more nimrods packing heat on the street is stupid.
Would that Family Court case be Folks v Medlin, on the Richland County Family Court docket for 10AM on Monday, 18 October 2010?
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