Had to give a presentation for a leadership development class at the day job. For the first time, my segment is after lunch. So I this is how I decided to “wake them up.”
Everyone stand up next to your desk.
Now, take a step back.
No, I’m sorry take a step forward.
Sorry, take a step back.
A step forward, a step back, and now we’re cha-cha’ing.
It went moderately well, but no one got the reference.
You’ve been able to buy long guns in other states, but doing so with handguns has been verboten. The court has decided that’s unconstitutional.
“The federal interstate handgun transfer ban is unique compared to other firearms restrictions because it does not target certain people (such as felons or the mentally ill), conduct (such as carrying firearms into government buildings or schools), or distinctions among certain classes of firearms (such as fully automatic weapons or magazine capacity). Instead,” Judge O’Connor wrote in Mance v. Holder, “the federal interstate handgun transfer ban targets the entire national market of handgun sales and directly burdens law-abiding, responsible citizens who seek to complete otherwise lawful transactions for handguns.”
Some are saying this is the death knell for local magazine restrictions or “approved” guns lists. I’m skeptical. The courts have been more lenient in those areas.
Still an excellent win from Alan Gura.
Robber doing a high speed chase collided with the wrong van.
From Battleswarm, who noted it was a good thing the robber was lucky he didn’t encounter someone with a CHL.