Been under the weather this week. Nasty chest cold set in last weekend, and the crud is still clearing out. Speaking of clearing out, time to clear out the tabs:
Court to Chicago: quit dragging your feetÂ on Ezell. The 7th Circuit has been one of the better circuits on gun rights. I don’t think that’s a case of natural inclination, so much as the 7th got overturned in McDonald. Judges don’t like being overturned. We need to overturn some others.
Gun clubs are banning police from using their range in… New Zealand. Reason? The cops were harassing legal gun owners.
Charles C.W. Cooke: “Another Federal Court of Appeals Attacks the Second Amendment.”
Constitutional Carry on the move in South Carolina. Good. Their reciprocity is awful.
Nevada moving to ban guns in libraries. Why libraries? Why do I have a feeling this is coming about because some of our open carry friends decided to try to educate some library patrons?
Eliminating the “character and reputation” clause in Pennsylvania’s LTC qualifications.Â This has been the mechanism that hostile jurisdictions have used to deny people LTCs for parking tickets.
Question and Answer: “Why are guns a right in the US while health care is not.”
No guns for vets, you see, because CSGV cares so much about our veterans. It’s not that they hate people owning guns. No… not at all. Where do veterans groups stand on this? Oh yeah. Not with them.
If we have a favorable ruling from the 3rd Circuit on either one of the pending 302 commitment cases, it willÂ help New Jersey as well as Pennsylvania.
Utah is looking to lower its DUI level to 0.05, which is basically have a beer with dinner and go to jail if you’re not a big person. Gun rights groups are fighting as well, because it will lower the threshold for carrying too.
Clayton Cramer: why public opinions surveys should be taken with a large bag of salt.Â Public opinion surveys tell you want people want to tell pollsters.
Spring is coming: “20 Hikes in Pennsylvania Everyone Should Take.” I’ve done a few of these.