November 20, 2006
The (impeached) judge

When it became apparent that the Democrats had taken control of the House after this month's election, Democrat leader Nancy Pelosi stood in front of the cameras pledged to make this next Congress "the most honest, ethical, and open Congress in history." The "honest, ethical" formulation was last uttered by President-elect Bill Clinton, who then […]

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November 20, 2006
Tech non-support

I can understand how tech support people can get frustrated. I've heard the stories about people complaining that their computer isn't working, and after asking enough questions the tech support person learns that the building has lost power -- who knew that computers required electricity? But I've also dealt with tech support people who clearly […]

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November 20, 2006
Two wrongs

I watched the Sunday night Chargers-Broncos game with Hoystory the Elder and a group of current and retired teachers and administrators. It was an exciting game. With last week's come-from-behind victory over the Bengals combined with last nights, I feel like the old Air Coryell days have returned. One thing remains the same, and I'm […]

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BREAKING: We just filed a motion asking the Ninth Circuit to lift the stay in our lawsuit challenging California's ban on so-called "assault weapons," which, if granted, would allow the judgment striking down the ban to go into effect. Read it here: https://www.firearmspolicy.org/miller

Stole the image from a reddit post, but it appears to be an accurate summary.

The losers in Sacramento are throwing a temper tantrum in response to the ruling in Bruen. Now that they have to issue carry permits, they want to make basically everywhere a "sensitive place".

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