My irony meter is, again.
h/t Tyler O’Neil at PJMedia
My irony meter is, again.
h/t Tyler O’Neil at PJMedia
The Seattle Times has the shameful story.
…a brazen attempt by [Washington State] lawmakers to exempt themselves from the state’s Public Records Act. These elected officials are evading the ruling of a judge and contradicting Attorney General Bob Ferguson, both of whom said legislators are subject to the law.
[SB 6617] tries to permanently ban access to lawmakers’ past emails, text messages and calendars, as well as past disciplinary proceedings and complaints about lawmakers’ conduct.
What are these guys trying to cover up?
The House passed a bill last December that greatly expands background checks and that mandates concealed-carry reciprocity among the several States.
The Senate should take up that bill without further delay and pass it as well. With the much broader background checks, there’s no longer any rational argument for opposing concealed-carry reciprocity.
It’s a pipedream, though; there aren’t enough Progressive-Democrat Senators willing to vote for cloture. The lack of progress is too important to them as a campaign issue.
The Communist Party of China has before it a Constitutional amendment that would abolish term limits for the Presidency of the People’s Republic of China. The CPC is expected to ratify the amendment, along with a number of others that also will enhance the power and apparent prestige of the incumbent, Xi Jingping.
The CPC is expected to ratify….
It’s interesting that the Chinese people aren’t allowed a voice in the document the CPC uses to subjugate them. This is the contempt for ordinary citizens that the men of the government of the People’s Republic of China will inflict on all the nations over which the PRC gains control.
Ex-Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, in the emotional aftermath of the Parkland, FL, school shootings, thinks it’s time to discuss the 2nd Amendment.
She’s right, but for the wrong reasons. She’s right because it’s always time for We the People to discuss our Constitution and every part of it, and not only in the 8th grade Civics classes we all slept through at the time.
She’s wrong, too.
I think it is time to have a conversation about what the right to bear arms means in the modern world. I don’t understand why civilians need to have access to military weapons. We wouldn’t say you can go out and buy a tank.
The Supreme Court heard arguments the other day on an Ohio voter registration law. That law removes voters from the roll if they haven’t voted over a two-year period and don’t respond to a follow-up notice from Ohio’s Secretary of State.
It’s a partisan case from the Left’s perspective: those opposing the law argue, with some justification, that those who live in urban regions (and who happen to vote Democratic) relocate more frequently than do those who live in the ‘burbs and out in the country (and who happen to vote Republican). This would seem to put Democrats at a disadvantage in elections since they’re more likely to have not voted over a two-year period and not responded to the follow-up notice.
The FBI’s management says it supports strong encryption, but out of the other side of their mouth they claim that the FBI’s
inability to access data [is] “an urgent public safety issue” that requires “significant innovation.”
Here we go again. Heads up for FBI Director making plain what he’s now only hinting at: he wants a backdoor into our encryption so Government can enter whenever it takes a notion to.
FBI Director Chris Wray is seeking to reboot the privacy-versus-security debate surrounding law enforcement’s inability to access data on electronic devices protected by powerful encryption.
Li Kexin, Minister, Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in the United States of America, says
The day that a US Navy vessel arrives in Kaohsiung is the day that our People’s Liberation Army unifies Taiwan with military force[.]
Kaohsiung is a major seaport on the southwest coast of the Republic of China. Since the PRC now is threatening to invade and conquer a sovereign nation that is an ally and friend of ours, it has become imperative that we do a number of things, including:
Some of you may be aware of the protests in Iran, protests that are growing in size and becoming subject to increasingly violent attempts at suppression by the Iranian government. “Some of you” because the NLMSM isn’t talking much about the protests.
It turns out that Iranian women are playing a prominent leading role in those protests.
Recall that the UN voted strongly to condemn the Trump administration’s decision to move our Embassy to Israel to Israel’s capital, Jerusalem. In a Letter to the Editor of The Wall Street Journal, one letter writer objected to our response to the vote.
America should support other countries’ right to vote their conscience as the US does, whether or not we agree with them.
America does support other countries’ right to vote their conscience, whether or not we agree with them. It’s a two-way street, however. Others, including our letter-writer, need to support America’s right to act in accordance with our conscience—to object to those votes and their outcome, and to act accordingly.