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Monday, February 12, 2018

Austin police on Friday said they tracked down and charged a man they said vandalized Austin's iconic statue of blues legend Stevie Ray Vaughan. Witnesses on Monday -- the day after the Philadelphia Eagles won the Super Bowl -- saw a man spray-painting the base of the statue and place an Eagles jersey over the monument on the south shore of Lady Bird Lake, police said. Passers-by also got the license plate number from the man's vehicle and called 911. read more

Thursday, February 01, 2018

In their political afterlife, former politicians and their staffers are hoarding unspent campaign donations for years and using them to finance their lifestyle, advance their new careers and pay family members, an investigation by the Tampa Bay Times, 10News WTSP and TEGNA-owned TV stations found. Their spending makes a mockery of one of the fundamental principles of America's campaign finance laws: Donations must be spent only on politics, not politicians' personal lives. read more


#12 | Posted by donnerboy

Something in that nbc link locked up Firefox and it quit responding.

In any event, my info says '13 but nothing to quibble about. What's important is no reported adverse events so far. #39 www.drudge.com

And that clusterf**k at Twin Peaks has turned into a clusterf**k for state and local law enforcement, prosecutors, judges, politicians and on and on. The Waco Tribune has a section that collects all their stories since the beginning.

So, Corky has found another The Atlantic like article to spam ad nauseum. If you want to know what the researcher said instead of what the author of the article says he said, see here: www.researchgate.net

Bottom line, "Given these results, it is unclear if gun control is the most appropriate policy to use to reduce reduce the incidence and severity of school shootings."

That idea was pulled right out of Trumpy's rear. With no analysis or research I bet.

No doubt.

That said, TX has allowed designated personnel to carry since 2013, I didn't know that. Apparently, not a lot of districts allow it and those that do are mostly rural (that's not in the guidance) So far no bad reports. Doesn't mean they don't exist just that they haven't escaped to the media if they exist.

BTW, most if not all of your questions are addressed in the guidance.

Almost every state has its own militia, separated from the feds, whether currently active or inactive. en.wikipedia.org

I looked at about a dozen statutes including active and inactive. Personnel are defined by varying age classes. Each contained both an organized and unorganized component.

And yes, CA has an active militia that includes both organized and unorganized components.

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