Month: October 2023

You can’t make this shit up

CNN: Feinstein’s body, accompanied by Pelosi, arrives in California on plane from president’s military fleet

One of the things that makes the United States different, and better, than most other countries is that all officials and members of the military take an oath to the Constitution of the United States.

They do not take a loyalty oath to any one person. They do not pledge their allegiance to the president, they swear an oath to the Constitution.

There is no “President’s military fleet”. That is an affront to me and every American. Even the 747 that the president travels in is not “the president’s plane”. It belongs to The People.

In this one headline, you see how twisted the left is.

Status of Cases

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Just what the title says, a number of cases with either short histories or simply where the are in the process.

National Rifle Association v. Commissioner, Florida Dept. of Law Enforcement, 21-12314, (11th Cir.)

Suit filed in March 2018, Eleventh Circuit court 2 judge panel hears oral arguments heard March 24, 2022. On March 9, 2023, the panel decides that 18,19, and 20-year-olds are not Part of the People. The opinion was vacated the same day. On July 14, 2023, the Circuit Court decided to hear the case en banc

Currently waiting for scheduling orders.

United States v. Rahimi, 21-11001, (5th Cir.)

Cert granted by the Supreme Court. Oral arguments to be heard in the term starting October 2023.

United States v. Connelly, 23-50312, (5th Cir.)

A criminal case was opened in Jan. 2022. The Connelly’s were charged with a violation of §922(g)(3). The trial judge (criminal trial) found for Connelly. The state appealed to the fifth circuit on May 4, 2023. Briefings not yet submitted. Oral arguments not yet scheduled.

Ocean State Tactical, LLC v. State of Rhode Island, 23-1072, (1st Cir.)

Case opened June 23, 2022. Magazine ban law. The District court found that magazines are not arms on December 14, 2022. Appealed on January 13, 2023. Oral arguments were heard on September 11, 2023.

Waiting for the three judge panel’s opinion.
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