masgrey:

masgrey:

wheellock:

masgrey:

If somebody from Maryland could advise me on your state’s gun laws it would be much appreciated. I am currently researching said law because I may be moving to your state sometime in the future and would like a CPL and to keep an AR-15-style rifle and…

Are there any alternatives to a CPL that I should consider? If there’s little chance in succeeding in procuring one I’d at least like to carry some form of protection with me when I am away from home.

You can legally carry a folding knife as long as it is not a switchblade, gravity knife, or a variety of other items the state considers to be in the category “dangerous weapons.” You could theoretically carry a baton as it’s not listed in the category, but the state could rule it as a dangerous weapon based on what they perceive your intent to be with it. Pepper spray and mace are also legal.

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hellwitch616:

codeinewarrior:

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masgrey:

wheellock:

masgrey:

If somebody from Maryland could advise me on your state’s gun laws it would be much appreciated. I am currently researching said law because I may be moving to your state sometime in the future and would like a CPL and to keep an AR-15-style rifle and shotgun in my home.

Getting a license to carry a concealed firearm is nearly impossible in Maryland

This is normal for a May Issue state, I’m assuming?

Maryland is especially messed up. You basically need to provide evidence to the state that there is a serious threat to your life and the permit is “necessary as a reasonable precaution against apprehended danger.”

masgrey:

If somebody from Maryland could advise me on your state’s gun laws it would be much appreciated. I am currently researching said law because I may be moving to your state sometime in the future and would like a CPL and to keep an AR-15-style rifle and shotgun in my home.

Getting a license to carry a concealed firearm is nearly impossible in Maryland

Re-blog if you’re accepting anonymous asks from anyone about anything

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outta-thyme:

Here’s an idea, America!

If you’re the owner of a gun (cop, hunter, whatever), you receive ammunition from the federal government when you request it, and each bullet has your social security number on it, but it will appear only when placed under a blacklight.

If you hunt, the bullet can be retrieved from the animal and your SSN is safe, but if you kill someone and the bullet is retrieved and your SSN is on the bullet, you go to jail (depending on the circumstances).

Not only would ammunition be regulated and not purchased from anywhere, but if you dare kill someone, there’s no making excuses (unless someone steals your gun).

I’m not real great with chem or forensics, but I think something like this could be possible - it’d be a crime deterrent and it’d be safe.

Among the long, long list of issues with that idea. The most glaring is this one

If anyone offered my ammunition with my social security number on it, I would make my own.

Or just buy a black light and remove the social security number.

Bonus image of what happens to a hollow point bullet when it impacts with flesh:

You’re not pulling a number off that.

indoobly:

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"There aren’t genuine politics, there’s the media telling you that Barack Obama vs. Mitt Romney is the ultimate clash of ideology when we both know they’re globalist neo-liberals."

— Cody R. Wilson (via sportdad420)

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"What do anti-pornographers, homophobes, gun control activists and in short, prohibitionists all have in common? I think, their fear and anxiety, their aversion, grows from a very intense and repressed desire. I think the people who are most intensely for gun control are the people who are most intensely afraid of their own nature, intensely afraid to turn off the light. What would they do if they had a gun? These are troubled people and they deserve our sympathy."

— Cody Wilson (via sportdad420)

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thinksquad:

A joint investigation by the Washington Examiner and the nonprofit watchdog group Judicial Watch found that former President Clinton gave 215 speeches and earned $48 million while his wife presided over U.S. foreign policy, raising questions about whether the Clinton’s fulfilled ethics agreements related to the Clinton Foundation during Hillary Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state.

http://washingtonexaminer.com/state-department-approved-215-bill-clinton-speeches-controversial-consulting-deal-worth-48m/article/2551428

thinksquad:

A joint investigation by the Washington Examiner and the nonprofit watchdog group Judicial Watch found that former President Clinton gave 215 speeches and earned $48 million while his wife presided over U.S. foreign policy, raising questions about whether the Clinton’s fulfilled ethics agreements related to the Clinton Foundation during Hillary Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state.

http://washingtonexaminer.com/state-department-approved-215-bill-clinton-speeches-controversial-consulting-deal-worth-48m/article/2551428

poorrichardsnews:

No one has ever accused Sheila Jackson Lee of being smart. But come on, she at least has to know that facts and records are kept on computers nowadays and can be accessed in mere seconds, right?

From Buzzfeed of all places:

Texas Democratic Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee argued Wednesday the Republican effort to sue President Obama is nothing but a veiled attempt to impeach him — something Democrats never did to President George W. Bush:

I ask my colleagues to oppose this resolution for it is in fact a veiled attempt at impeachment and it undermines the law that allows a president to do his job. A historical fact: President Bush pushed this nation into a war that had little to do with apprehending terrorists. We did not seek an impeachment of President Bush, because as an executive, he had his authority. President Obama has the authority.

Except former Rep. Dennis Kucinich did actually introduce a bill to impeach Bush in 2008 — and Jackson Lee actually was a co-sponsor to the legislation.

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wheellock:

hoppes9:

wheellock:

fifty-shades-of-forte:

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hoppes9:

wheellock:

fifty-shades-of-forte:

I have 195 followers- help me get five more for an nice round numberrr

follow the bae she is the best

Is their guns, pizza, an bootys on this blog?

the third sometimes

she is the bae though

im a big fan of her