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Kansas Gov. Insists it’s OK to Ignore Federal Gun Laws

Gov. Brownback tells Attorney General Holder to respect the “sovereign will” of Kansas, which passed a law that makes enforcing federal gun laws a crime. Gov. Brownback tells Attorney General Holder to respect the “sovereign will” of Kansas, which passed a law that makes enforcing federal gun laws a crime.

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Mr. Shahislam

May 13, 2013, 8:55 p.m.

May be I should post it here too for awareness of wise persons.

Mr. Shahislam

May 13, 2013, 8:57 p.m.

Digging more until noble links of oil rich deserts are found, will shock the world!

It’s that understated folks of fake Crocodile that is implementing such plots of confusing causing events and shall surely keep doing such secret crimes against humanity until some heinous schemes involving crash of aviation technologies and aircrafts are perpetrated and digitally caught red-handed by “now powerless honest guys in our great North-American Judicial system (Source: CC)”.

Insights for readers here from the following posted in major Bengali Newspapers.

Only idiots can believe super thieves, old noble (e.g. religious, old hereditary kingdom, father /mother of nations) or thugs etc. to be something high, majestic, honorable etc.
Dumb political leaders of Bangladesh and their certificated or certified pundit /advisers should visit for wisdom and knowledge for possible healthy governing and prosperous states through copying the blue print of mainly commercial manufacturing success of the West in 20th century. This era is the ending of political businesses of dumb thugs in disguise that have been controlling the keys to all religious manipulation of greed blind old organisations supported by the blind belief of further dumb portion of global public and their foolish approval or voting.

Esteban Curasco

May 14, 2013, 12:12 p.m.

Funny, at the end of the day, when the real agenda from you progressives (Fabian socialists) push just a tad bit too far.

Your political movement will never be that sorry again.

But hey, it will not be the first mistake your kind make, just keep hedging your bets that real Americans will not fight back.

But we all know you just can’t leave it alone, its not in your nature. What a shame.

Sam Lowe

May 16, 2013, 8:28 a.m.

Your dishonesty continues.

Until you back up your assertion that Randy Barnett equated the words, “Congress shall have the power to regulate commerce AMONG the states” with the power to regulate commerce, intra-state, your sanctimonious outrage is without basis.


May 16, 2013, 3:58 p.m.

If a Kansas gun company doesn’t SELL a gun out of state, then it surely CAN prove that they have not violated a thing. What a person does with the gun after purchase is NOT the company’s responsibility. So, Mr. Reinbach, you are completely incorrect in your suggesting that a gun company must somehow prove the items they have sold has left the state of purchase. just apply your logic to a 44oz drink bought in Maryland by a traveler to NYC. You getting the picture? Only items SOLD outside of the state of manufacture has any kind of relevancy to the discussion.


May 16, 2013, 4:07 p.m.

Our Constitution is a framework that was enacted to prevent the abuse of power BY the government AGAINST the people, and the bill of rights supports exactly that notion. How ANYONE can claim to know what was REALLY meant is a complete joke. A very unfunny one at that. The twisting of our Constitution has gone on long enough. We are already about as close to a police state as millions of Americans are willing to get. It’s a sad state when people who are adhering to exactly what the words in the Constitution say are labeled as terrorists. Progressive thought is oppressive and demeaning.

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