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The only thing more ridiculous than Hawker Beechcraft executives receiving bonuses is the outlandish attorney bill requested by the New York law firm – $1.7 million for one month, including $1,045 an hour for three attorneys. And attorneys wonder why people don’t trust attorneys.
Interesting that an average Hawker Beechcraft employee has to work for more than a week to earn as much as some of the bankruptcy attorneys make in an hour.
For concealed-carry, I had a background check, a day of classroom instruction, a written and a firing test, and a wait of about eight weeks for a picture ID – all costing more than $100. With open-carry, just strap on your “hog leg” and go to the mall. Does that make sense?
If Colorado had an open-carry law, there wouldn’t have been as many innocent people hurt.
Lawyers, get ready. Whom do we sue when the gun incidents and riots begin due to the open-carry ruling? The state, the city, the proprietors or the gun carriers? What are the legal rights of those who are accidentally shot, killed, wounded or traumatized?
Outlawing carrying guns will have no more effect on criminals carrying guns illegally than laws against murder have had on murderers.
True American patriotism will triumph when people exhibit even half the outrage over voters’ rights being suppressed and denied to certain populations as they are exhibiting about even the thought of some gun regulations. Don’t think because my rights are targeted today that yours won’t be the target tomorrow.
The president of Chick-fil-A was exercising his right to free speech. So are the people protesting what he said.
Kudos to Chick-fil-A for standing up for traditional family values. Don’t ever back down, as so many others have. We are so glad you are here.
I ate at Chick-fil-A to protest the protesters. I will join the other side, but only on Sundays.
What difference does it make if a judge is pro-life or pro-choice? Judges are supposed to be impartial, aren’t they?
A political sign posted between a street and sidewalk is illegal. Yet when Fred Phelps stands in the same place with a sign dishonoring a fallen soldier, it is legal. I have yet to find a Kansas lawyer or judge who can explain this.
Let’s go over the fiscal cliff and get it over with.