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The rule of law is dead in the District of Columbia.

Of course, this is nothing new, given that the federal government calls that not-quite-state home, but this time around I am referring to the laws specifically governing that postage stamp of a municipality.

Exhibit 1:

Exhibit 2:

District of Columbia Official Code 2001 Edition, Division I, Title 7, Subtitle J, Chapter 25, Unit A, Subchapter VI, § 7-2506.01, section [...]

my, how their tune changes

Better Half and I are still idly job-shopping, and we have generally been keeping our window-browsing to areas of the country that actually bother to respect our rights as human beings and American citizens, for reasons that should be obvious to the readers of this site. Anywise, one area we have been looking at is the "Research Triangle" over in North Carolina, being the space between/around Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill. NC is not quite [...]

show your contempt for attorney general eric holder

In honor of Attorney General Eric Holder rightfully being held in contempt of Congress by a House committee and further in honor of Eric Holder repeatedly lying to Congress, Sean Sorrentino has once again opened up ordering on his Gunwalker T-Shirts.

I have been pretty happy with mine, and need to dig it out to wear this weekend. In fact, the temptation to order about 100 and take them to the next gun show [...]

at least now it is on their radar

04APR11 – I send an email to both of my Senators and my Representative concerning the BATFE’s attempts to arbitrarily redefine the “sporting purpose test” in order to prevent any more Saiga shotguns from being imported into the United States.

06APR11 – Senator Lamar Alexander responds.

17JUN11 – Senator Bob Corker responds:

Dear [Linoge],

Thank you for taking the time to contact my office regarding the “Study on the Importability of [...]

disband the atf. now.

If I were to go upstairs and hack off two inches of my Remington 870’s barrel (an action that hurts no one, except possibly the barrel), making it somewhere around 16 inches in length (the same length as my AR-15’s barrel), and if law-enforcement agencies were to find out, I would very shortly be sent to jail for at least ten years and be a felon for the remainder of my natural life. 

The [...]