2 New Court Decisions Are Quietly Eliminating Californians’ Second Amendment Rights – Reason.com

The California Rifle and Pistol Association can, of course, appeal both cases. But everyone paying even the slightest bit of attention already knows what the outcome will be before the largely anti-gun 9th Circuit. And the Supreme Court will likely ignore the warnings from Justice Thomas and Justice Gorsuch and refuse to take the cases.This is how the courts, quietly, one case at a time, without a vote, are making sure the Second Amendment simply will not apply within the state of California.

Source: 2 New Court Decisions Are Quietly Eliminating Californians’ Second Amendment Rights – Reason.com

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So do these types of infringements apply to the First Amendment?

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Senate demands transcript of Russian wiretaps, FBI interview that nabbed Michael Flynn – Washington Times

Fired FBI director James Comey has told two congressional committees that agents didn’t believe Mr. Flynn purposely misled them when he denied talking about two topics with former Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak––Obama-ordered sanctions and a pending United Nations vote. He had in fact discussed those two issues.

Source: Senate demands transcript of Russian wiretaps, FBI interview that nabbed Michael Flynn – Washington Times

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How about a Federal law that requires all law enforcement “interviews” are video and audio recorded?  It seems that the FBI in untrustworthy.

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SECURITY: Dump Verizon (aka AOL aka Yahoo) as well as your ISP email address NOW!

https://pjmedia.com/trending/yahoo-and-aol-can-now-read-your-emails-access-your-bank-records/

If you now have a Yahoo or AOL account, I recommend that you close your account.

​Seriously, not that I think​ Google is “Prince Charming”, but Verizon has now gone “over the edge”, imho.  Of course, it’s a giant PIA to change email addresses. 

That’s why I suggest that you have your own domain? The common wisdom, or is that common whizdumb, is to own your own name as a domain name. I own “reinke.cc”. (I like saying “sea sea me at reinke.cc”! me@reinke.cc will actually work!) I gives one quite a bit of control. 

And, it’s very cheap. I know three solutions at 15$/year using wordpressdotcom with gmail, 25$/year email only with 1and1, and 60$/year for domain+email+webspace also at 1and1. My point is not that you should use 1and1. http://www.1and1.com/?k_id=9113251 I could care less which one you use. It’s that getting on to your own domain with email is cheap and easy. And, it’s not hotmail, yahoo, or gmail. It IS your own “personal brand”.

If you find out later that you’ve been abused by Verizon aka AOL aka Yahoo or your ISP, then you can’t say you did get warned.

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