Central to Brennan’s presentation was a relativist view of human rights, which he said include “security, welfare, liberty, and justice.”
“These four rights reflect not only my own moral concept of human
rights [but] also my interpretation of the Western human rights
perspective,” Brennan wrote in his introduction.
“I don’t feel that the possible forfeiture of rights under certain circumstances precludes their inalienability.”
And once forfeited, if you don't get them back it's all for the social good, I suppose.
Remington, get out. New Effing York will squeeze all the taxes out of you they can, and when they figure they can get away with it they'll put you out of business; come to Oklahoma. Or Texas, or somewhere(I prefer OK), but get the hell out of the People's Republic of NY.
In case you didn't know, Ruger put together a tool to make it easier to yell at your congresscritter; it's here.
Dear Mr. Sullum:
Hell no, we don't.