yeah, still not a monopoly.
yeah, still not a monopoly.
Sounds to me like capitalism already found its solution...
yeah, and people are always super surprised when their health care isn't primo. Turns out profit motive doesn't cure you. it keeps you on a slow drop of expensive drugs.
Yes, glass is used industrially. But it is used because the recyclers pay you to take it away. So, if you need filler, glass it is!
IAAE(conomist) and you don't know what monopoly means.
There are many school options where I live and far from all of them are run by the government.
Let's be clear, do you support the US Government imposing its will on states?
If gun owners would accept any accountability at all, I'd agree that there were some issues, but there is absolutely no acceptance that guns are a problem. You probably can't even admit that a pistol grip makes killing lots of people easier (there is a reason the militaries developed this grip--and it wasn't for show). You probably also deny what I've seen war surgeons report over and over: high power assault rifles are much worse. High speed rounds will absolutely pulverize a whole regions of the body. http://articles.philly.com/201...
I also don't see why gun owner ship should be easier than car ownership. Why not prove proficiency, residence, and insurance? If there were some accountability it would be different. But there isn't. Especially with legally purchased fire arms being used in crimes so often it's not even real that this isn't required. Look at Bloomberg's work on this on trying to keep guns out of the hands of criminals in NYC only to have other states sell them to criminals. Look at the fast and furious sting where they had to let guns walk because there was no law that they would bring them in under. It's just outrageous that we literally have laws designed to keep Mexican drug cartels supplied with arms because it makes the gun makers so much money.
I also fail to see the purpose of the AR-15 type high power assault rifles outside of a war zone. I'm not alone in this. Professionals (retired military generals) agree that the M-4/M-16 knockoffs have no place outside the military. I agree with them. I don't want to live in a war zone.
The ACLU responds every time someone gets killed expressing their freedom of speech in the US, yes.
I'm not following. Sorry. And calling me stupid isn't helping me see your point.
Are there actual changes in gun laws where you live?
a google search turned up nothing.
Say what? Putin kills or impressions people who run against him and have any chance of winning. Only the approved crazies get to run against him.
One more, "trials that take years to start which are certainly not 'speedy'." IANAL but if your case takes over 60 days to start the judge will let you off. That is, unless the Republicans have stopped the President from appointing judges in your district. Then it can be extended to up to a year.
If you are talking about civil cases, the constitution doesn't mention them. No guarentee there.
Attacks on gun rights? What attacks on gun rights have there been?
An exception being if a emissions test was being run
Yeah, not innocent at all.
I would actually guess that they took out a phone number for the bust, tried to figure out what this charge was and told the DOJ who tracked it down. Basically, federal bureaucracy at work.
Heisengberg might have been here.