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116955 No. 116955 ID: 3bd4d6 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
These are the people you are trusting to enforce your constitutional rights. Unfortunately every dog shooting cop and BATFE bureaucrat is also a Republican voter


A Washington judge on Friday ordered a retrial in the case of an activist who was arrested after laughing during Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s Senate confirmation hearing in January.

Desiree Fairooz’s arrest and conviction had sparked outrage from those who felt that it set “a dangerous precedent” for cracking down on political protests.

In a statement, Fairooz called the retrial a waste of time and taxpayer money.

Judge Robert E. Morin, the chief judge of the D.C. Superior Court, threw out a previous conviction for Fairooz, 61, who in May was found guilty of two misdemeanor charges of unlawful conduct on Capitol grounds and faced up to six months in jail.

She had attended Sessions’s Jan. 10 confirmation hearing along with about two dozen other members from Code Pink, a progressive activist group that regularly protests at Congress.

In the middle of the hearing — just after Sen. Richard C. Shelby (R-Ala.) stated that Sessions’s record of “treating all Americans equally under the law is clear and well-documented” — Fairooz laughed audibly.
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  Nearly a week after being struck in the head with a bullet that fell out of the sky in Hammond, Indiana, 13-year-old Noah Inman died this weekend, the Hammond Police Department announced on Sunday.

According to the Hammond Police, the boy was outside playing basketball with a group of children around 9:30 p.m. July 1 when he suddenly fell. Witnesses believed the boy was having a seizure and immediately called for an ambulance.

At the hospital, doctors found the boy was struck from a falling bullet.

"The Hammond Police Department would like to offer our heartfelt condolences to the Inman family. We wish you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead, and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts," Hammond Police Chief John Doughty said. "Our hearts go out to you in your time of sorrow. When reason fails, pray for peace. We will be praying with you."

It is believed that the gunfire came as part of a pre-July 4 weekend celebration.

"Unfortunately, this is a common action by many people who own guns in our city and they need to know this action has consequences and will be dealt with severely by the Hammond Police Department," the department said in a statement. "If you own a firearm, it is not to be used as part of a celebration."

A Go Fund Me page has been started to help the family with medical and burial expenses. Nearly $20,000 has been raised as of Sunday afternoon.

The boy's injury is not an uncommon one. On Jan. 1, a Texas legislator was hospitalized after being wounded by a falling bullet just after midnight. The bullet fractured Armando Martinez's skull, forcing doctors to perform a risky procedure to remove the bullet.
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>> No. 116918 ID: efb203
if there was an intergalactic federal registry of all gun molecules (individual SN on every atomic conglomeration) then they would be able to catch THE MURDERER in this case
t. bernie sanders
>> No. 116927 ID: 5c87e8
>be basketball american
>get shot
its been like than since the when i was a kid decades ago and long before that too i think
>> No. 116930 ID: 025354
but Bernie was pro gun?
>> No. 116934 ID: eb2308
No he fucking wasn't.
>> No. 116950 ID: aadd02
It's a wash.


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116866 No. 116866 ID: 821a29 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
G20 in Germany...
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>> No. 116939 ID: 821a29
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Predictable outcome: Alleged shop owners deny it was "radical leftists" who smashed their city, it was everybody else instead - probably also gnadsis! https://de.nachrichten.yahoo.com/g20-gau-ladenbetreiber-geben-statement-081547906.html


>"Wenn wir uns distanzieren, nützt das keinem, und wenn wir uns nicht distanzieren, nützt das auch keinem", sagte Werner Rätz vom globalisierungskritischen Netzwerk Attac.

>"If we distance ourselves from this it doesn't do anybody any good, if we don't it doesn't do anybody any good either", says Werner Rätz from the globalization-skeptic network Attac.
>> No. 116940 ID: 821a29
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>Mozambique Drill: A-OK! didn't stop chooting!

>shoot - stop - asses if more violence is needed - if yes, repeat: MURDERER!!!!!

In the real world, every day is opposite day.
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The problem in these situations was that the (more) violence was, in fact, unnecessary.

Shooting someone is using deadly force, wherever you shoot them, legally speaking. It's either justified or it isn't.
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The idea is if you are able to stop then you aren't in immediate danger anymore, thus there is no more reason to fire anymore.

A decent defense lawyer might be able to spin it in your favor but a douche prosecutor and judge can still fuck you like a underprivileged youth in a Penn State shower. Again, a grey area legally, too much is relying on chance and luck.

Empty your entire load in one go removes the grey area usually, you fired until you literally could not fire anymore and even with a 6 shot revolver you put enough rounds in your target where even a lol 9mm could kill someone, save maybe a Democrat Senator. You make sure the threat is gone thus making sure any future possible legal threats are greatly diminished to the point of being nearer to impoosible.

It is a sad reality that yeah you can be fucked hard because you defended yourself, even in a relatively or entirely legal manner because its just your word backing you up.
>> No. 116953 ID: f5c3ed
I could have sworn he has a 1911 in that movie
>Mandela effect

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116898 No. 116898 ID: 22c903 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
due to "biological causes"

source in image.
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>Further evidence that

No, it's just evidence of you two not being able to read & understand on HS level...
>> No. 116921 ID: aadd02
I could be wrong here, but if measures of the same person's IQ changes overtime, does that not undermine what IQ is supposed to be for?
>> No. 116923 ID: f50974
Honestly, I just thought
>based on a sample of 79 subjects aged between 30 years and 63 years who took both tests in 2008–2009
was poorly phrased. If these people took both of those tests at the same time, that wouldn't demonstrate a difference over time, so it didn't make sense that the authors would do that.

Looking up the Flynn effect on Wikipedia, I kind of get what they're doing a bit better, but I don't understand what they accomplish by restricting their sample size so much.

Maybe you can spend the $36 so we can see the article in its entirety.
>> No. 116925 ID: aadd02
>Flynn Effect
Oh, fuck. How'd I forget that? So a group of test takers with a small but noticeable drop overtime may actually be performing consistently after all.
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116879 No. 116879 ID: dbcd33 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
And Create Federal Ranked-Choice Voting.

>If you want good job security, get elected to Congress. In 2016, the U.S. House had a 97 percent re-election rate, despite the latest Gallup poll placing the House’s approval rating at 21 percent.

>A big part of the reason why is the way we elect our representatives. The U.S. uses a winner-take-all, single-member district system. Those districts are often drawn in a way to privilege one party over another — which is called gerrymandering. So if you’re a Democrat living in a district drawn to include a huge number of Republican voters, your vote is purposely drowned out (and vice versa).


>Virginia Democratic Rep. Don Beyer authored and introduced the Fair Representation Act, which would enact a series of reforms designed to make our elections more competitive and open them up to more parties. Democratic Reps. Ro Khanna of California and Jamie Raskin of Maryland have co-sponsored the legislation.

>The bill would do three things: require all congressional districts to be drawn by independent redistricting commissions, establish multi-member districts, and have all districts use what’s known as ranked-choice voting (RCV).


>“The reform of Congress is one of the biggest priorities to empower citizens,” he said. “This would help with minority representation and more women because many times communities in a small population are shut out and multi-candidate districts would allow them to have proportional voice.”
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>> No. 116897 ID: aadd02
Probably the way it "ensures" impartiality in any other scenario: hire various partisans all working at cross purposes and hope that their begrudging compromises kinda sorta look like fairness.
>> No. 116903 ID: 5c87e8
easy problem for a computer, cheaper than paying big salaries to party members to sit on a commission too

there is an outcry from the losing side about unfairness after every election and there probably always will be
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>there is an outcry from the losing side about unfairness after every election and there probably always will be

Yet at the same time, there's no excuse for this bullshit. I mean, just look at it.
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>The 2nd was the only ward redrawn in 2011 that contains not one block from its previous incarnation.

The current house bill, sadly, will not effect state and local districts.

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>CNN is not publishing "HanA**holeSolo's" name because he is a private citizen who has issued an extensive statement of apology, showed his remorse by saying he has taken down all his offending posts, and because he said he is not going to repeat this ugly behavior on social media again. In addition, he said his statement could serve as an example to others not to do the same.

>CNN reserves the right to publish his identity should any of that change.
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>Jon Stewart

who? Oh! you mean Jon Leibowitz?
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i trolled a guy on reddit today
feels pretty good
>> No. 116875 ID: 22c903
welcome to the club, now git out

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>A man has been charged with plotting to assassinate French President Emmanuel Macron on Bastille Day during US President Donald Trump's visit to France, a spokeswoman for the Paris Prosecutor's office said Monday.

>Spokeswoman Agnès Thibault-Lecuivre told CNN a 23-year-old suspect had been arrested.

>Investigators said the man planned to attack Macron on July 14, during an parade on the Champs-Élysées in Paris, where President Trump is set to be a guest of honor, according to public service radio broadcaster, France Info.

>The suspect was arrested on Wednesday in the north-west Paris suburb of Argenteuil by anti-terror services, and was charged with "individual terrorist activity" on Saturday.

>A self described far right nationalist, the man told police he wanted to make a political statement by killing Macron, CNN affiliate BFMTV reported.

>He also said he wanted to attack, "blacks, Arabs, Jews and homosexuals," according to police documents seen by BFMTV.

>Security forces were alerted by users of a video game site, after the suspect posted about allegedly wanting to buy a Kalashnikov-type weapon to commit an attack, BFMTV said.

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Clearly it was a lone Marine battling behind enemy lines to take down the leader of the enemy.
>> No. 116837 ID: d4c8ee
>Security forces were alerted by users of a video game site, after the suspect posted about allegedly wanting to buy a Kalashnikov-type weapon to commit an attack,

The OAS ain't what it used to be.

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moar like assburger
A self-described "patriot" who went to Gettysburg National Military Park on Saturday following rumors that members of an alt-left group would be there to desecrate Confederal memorials, shot himself in the leg with his own revolver.

Authorities say Benjamin Hornberger of Shippensburg, Pa., accidentally triggered his revolver which was inside a leg holster.

U.S. Park Police quickly responded and applied a tourniquet. According to EMS personnel, the tourniquet was "likely a lifesaving measure."

Hornberger, 23, was taken to a local hospital and is expected to be OK, Katie Lawhon, a spokeswoman for Gettysburg National Military Park confirmed to Fox News.

Dozens of self-described "patriots" came to the national park after rumors that Antifa, an anti-fascist group, would be there.

Antifa has strongly pushed back on claims they encouraged members to crash events at Gettysburg.
>> No. 116832 ID: 22c903

for fucks sake

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In the video, the Arkansas Capitol dome can be seen lit against the night sky as the Dodge Dart accelerates to 10, then 20 mph.

“Oh my goodness,” a man says as he flicks on the car’s lights. “Freedom!”

The vehicle speeds up the hill, and the last thing that comes into view before a crash is a large, newly installed monument.

Authorities say the man in the video is Michael Tate Reed, an alleged serial destroyer of Ten Commandments monuments.

He was arrested by state capitol police officers at the scene early Wednesday, according to Chris Powell, a spokesman for the Arkansas secretary of state. Reed is charged with criminal trespass, first-degree criminal mischief and defacing objects of public interest.

That object of public interest was a three-ton granite monument that had been installed less than 24 hours before its violent, pre-dawn demise on the southwest lawn of the state capitol in Little Rock.

Crews had cleaned up the crash site by late Wednesday morning and taken the broken pieces to storage, Powell said, but it was unclear whether the controversial monument would be reinstalled.

Reed could not be reached for comment. Powell told The Washington Post he wasn’t sure whether Reed had been released from jail.
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>> No. 116817 ID: 958a96
This could have been avoided with universal healthcare.
>Michael Tate Reed II stated in a letter that his psychotic breaks led to getting inspiration from a Dracula movie, thinking Michael Jackson’s spirit was in meat, believing he was the incarnation of an occult leader and attempting to contact Lucifer’s high priestess he called Gwyneth Paltrow.

>Within weeks of being home, Reed drove to Kentucky to outrun a storm he thought was evil and following him. He took pills while there and started hallucinating on the drive back.

>“The voice had told me if I didn’t stop the cars, people would die. The voice told me the cars were all carrying meat that was infected with the spirit of Michael Jackson and it was a killer virus,” he wrote.

>Reed was to have a monthly shot for his antipsychotic treatment, but it was $900 after insurance benefits were applied. He was able to get two shots but then could no longer pay.
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back in virginia where i grew up one of the courthouse bosses insisted on having a christmas tree, so they said anyone of any religion could put whatever they wanted on the courthouse lawn so one guy made a big flying spaghetti monster nativity scene and thats been on the courthouse lawn next to the menorah, anatomically correct statue of goat-satan, nude mother nature (with nice tits), totem pole, etc. every year since.
make me wonder about having rule 34 et al chiseled into stone and placed at the state capitol building. i have a 2nd cousin who married into a family with a tombstone business, he could be the guy.

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As you no doubt will have heard, IMCO and the EU commission are trying to reform the firearms regulations within the EU. This change has been spearheaded by the british. Who will be brexiting, but still want to ruin everything for the rest of us while they still can.

The IMCO & EU commission have now reached a draft text which they believe will be able to pass the EU parliament. The proposal will be presented to parliament in March 2017.

The proposed changes to the current laws can be found here: https://www.docdroid.net/JCvID2y/directive-91-477-compromis-16122016.docx.html

Some of the things that our american friends will find revolting are extensive central registration (for up to decades after destruction of a firearm), medical & psychological tests, suitability checks at least every 5 years,...

It's interesting to note that some member states are already looking for work arounds. Most notably the Czech, who are planning to declare that all citizens are necessary for security of state and therefor excempt of the proposed EU rules. It'll be interesting to see how that plays out.

Below I'll go over some of the stuff that would change for me as a Belgian:
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>> No. 115980 ID: 206ed5
>Well, what solution do you propose then?

We'll just throw you of a helicopter.
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>> No. 115982 ID: 9377c6
One of our incompetent politicians is praising that they have banned machine guns that day......
Pretty sure 50% didn´t know what they are signing up for. They must have just read "VERBOTEN" and thought "Yes"
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Constitutional Amendment Specifying a Right to Keep and Bear Arms Passes Czech Chamber of Deputies, Moves to Senate
Translation: https://www.reddit.com/r/Firearms/comments/6jzqqx/czech_mps_approved_constitutional_right_to/dji6mal/

>Citizens of the Czech Republic will have the right to acquire, possess and carry firearms by a constitutional law. The change will give the owners of legally-held weapons the possibility to intervene if necessary to ensure the security of the Czech Republic. There were 139 deputies for the constitutional law, 120 were required. Only 9 deputies were against it. The law still has to be approved by the Senate.
>"Show me a single terrorist act in Europe that would have been committed by a legally-held weapon. We do not want to disarm citizens at a time when security in Europe is worsening, "Interior Minister Milan Chovanec was advocating the draft constitutional act in the Chamber of Deputies.
>"Citizens of the Czech Republic have the right to acquire, possess and carry arms and ammunition in order to fulfill the tasks set in subsection 2. This right may be limited by law and law may set further conditions for its exercise in case that it is necessary for protection of rights and freedoms of others, of public order and safety, lives and health or in order to prevent criminality." the draft law MEPs approved.
>"We expect it to increase the security of the citizens of the Czech Republic. We will be able to stand against the absurd European directive, even if the law does not solve everything on its own," Váňa also said. Minister Chovanec is preparing a lawsuit against the directive for the European Court, which has gained support from the government.

Their amendment specifically allows infringements, which seems like a bad move.

Would be interesting to see how the EU would react to a member nation flat out ignoring their directive. What enforcement mechanism do they even have?
>> No. 116811 ID: bf333d
>Would be interesting to see how the EU would react to a member nation flat out ignoring their directive. What enforcement mechanism do they even have?

The enforcement mechanism is fines & sanctions. But the EU's founding charter states that the EU cannot intervene in matters of national security.
This is why the Czechs added the "to ensure the security of the Czech Republic" clause to their law. It basically means the EU can do fuckall.

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