Louisiana: Gov. Jindal on gun rights

Posted by admin on November 02, 2012
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Louisiana: Gov. Jindal on gun rights
This November, I am proud to join the National Rifle Association in support of Amendment 2 to the Louisiana Constitution to protect the gun rights of law abiding citizens, let me tell you why.

Absentee Voting: Bank Your Vote–Assist on Election Day!
With more states than ever allowing early and absentee voting, it is critical that those pro-gun voters who think there may even be a chance they won’t be able to vote in person on November 6th, ensure they vote via absentee ballot.  By banking your vote prior to November 6th, not only will you avoid potentially long lines, but you will also be freed up to assist with the Election Day activities of pro-gun candidates in your area!

Using scopes to paint rich pictures—of I2C and SPI buses, that is
Building on my last post on decoding I 2 C messages, this post shows how you can combine analog traces, bus traces, and digital traces to paint a rich picture of system performance, and speed up debug in the process. The example below shows the signal …

Obama would seek to revive semi-auto ban
Democratic President Barack Obama and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney engaged in a rare tussle over gun control on Tuesday, and Obama opened the door to pushing for a ban on assault weapons if he wins a second term.

Virginia: Goochland Planning Commission to Revisit Sporting Clays Range Application
The Goochland Planning Commission will convene on Thursday, October 18 at 6:30 p.m. for its second public hearing on Orapax Hunting Preserve’s application for a special use permit to open a sporting clays range on their hunting preserve.  The public notice for this application can be found here.

NRA seizes on Obama’s support for gun ban
The National Rifle Association, jumping on President Obama’s new and firm support for a Clinton style assault weapons ban, is stepping up its attack on the president in Ohio, Virginia, Florida and Wisconsin with a new “we told you so” theme.

Taxing bullets criminal
For urban politicians, gun control is like the bar in “Cheers” — a place of refuge they can seek out whenever things aren’t going well. Things aren’t going well on the crime front in Chicago, with homicides up 25 percent this year. So what else can our elected leaders do but promise action against guns?

6 Investigates: CCPD Investigating ‘Flashlight’ Incident Involving Officers
CORPUS CHRISTI — The Corpus Christi Police Department is investigating possible inappropriate behavior by a group of officers at a parking lot near a southside nightclub. The incident happened over the weekend and part of it was caught on tape.

Surplus telescopes many help Penn scientists study ‘dark energy’
Astronomers quickly realized that turning the scopes from spy craft into science craft could open up a new view of the universe. Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania are among those eager to use the new scopes. Physicist Bhuvnesh Jain …

ATTENTION New Mexico Concealed Handgun Licensees: Update on Important Rule Change Allowing Concealed Carry in State Parks
Yesterday, the State Parks Division of the New Mexico Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department held a public hearing to accept input on proposed amendments to Section of the New Mexico Administrative Code, which includes a removal of the current ban on concealed handgun licensees carrying handguns in state parks.  A representative from the NRA-ILA testified in support of this rule change, along with several concealed handgun instructors from across the state.  No one spoke in opposition to this proposal.  The Department will continue to accept written comments on the measure until 5:00pm on October 31.  Please send comments by email to april.alvarado@state.nm.us  or by USPS to April Alvarado, EMNRD State Parks Division, 1220 South St. Francis Drive; Santa Fe, NM 87505.

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