What's the link to that Russia video @adam played in the latest episode at about 2:43:00? It's not in the show notes.
Also, here's a fantastic site I use to easily review state gun laws as well as state-license reciprocity:
About the Indiana hero who stopped a mass-shooting, he would have been lawfully carrying a gun even if he didn't have a license because Indiana supports Constitutional Carry since July 1.
Also, Indiana (and my own state of Kentucky) does not have laws over "no guns" signs for non-government places. So the most a store can do is ask you to leave and charge you for trespassing if you refuse. But in Ohio, those signs are legally enforced, so violating them _is_ a crime.
@Johncdvorak I just discovered something amazing about Costco today! They let you return alcohol you don't like for a full refund (at least in Kentucky)!
Their return policy is that they'll give a full refund for _anything_ they sell, and the only exceptions they list are electronics and furniture.
Libs of Twitter are like, “If free speech is allowed on Twitter, then I’ll take my leftist opinions and hate speech somewhere else.”
Me: “I find your terms acceptable.”
But seriously, though. It will be a great loss for society if they willingly silence themselves and remove themselves from civil discourse.
"When you reject the truth, you must accept any lie in its place." —Mike Riddle
It's becoming a dangerous world out there where facts and the scientific method are labeled as hate, misinformation, and disinformation; and then replaced with actual hate, misinformation, and disinformation. While predators, racists, violence-inciters, and literal terrorists are given full freedom.
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