It’s been quite a few years since I’ve posted on this venerable old wordpress blog, but i am still blogging elsewhere on Guns & the Right to Life. I’d like you to join me so here’s a few links and updates on where I am.
First of all, the WorldExaminer.com domain now resolves to a page on my law firm site where i plan to track changes in how RKBA is treated internationally, for travelers and migrants worldwide.
When i have time and when it relates somewhat to my estate planning practice, i still blog on Guns & the Right to Life at my law firm site (LawNews.TV), so that’s the main blog to follow. If you are local, you’ll want to request a free site membership to get free gun training, or at least subscribe to my newsletter.
Most of my “blogging” is microblogging on social media, usually just sharing articles of interest. Pick any social network, and “guntrust” is probably my username. But note that i’ve been permanently banned from Facebook (not just my profile @guntrust, but also all my pages such as Facebook.com/LivingTrust). Also i keep getting suspended from LinkedIn so i’ve pretty much stopped posting there. For a long time i’ve had a huge following on Twitter (more real/active followers than the NRA, 5th highest follower count among US lawyers, etc.) but most likely because of shadow banning the interaction is very low so i don’t post much there except occasional retweets.
Right now, my favorite social net is Gab. You can find a collection of my various links here:
Why keep this old blog around?
So i can say I TOLD YOU SO. A long time ago.
Take advantage of my free training, before it’s too late.
Key doctrinal errors and ambiguities of Amoris Laetitia in the light of Catholic teaching on the family
Source: Key doctrinal errors and ambiguities of Amoris Laetitia – Voice of the Family
We have been unifying this party. Five of those 17 candidates have endorsed our campaign. And different parts of the party. We’ve been unifying fiscal conservatives. Evangelicals. Young people. Do you know that Ted has been winning the millennial vote in state after state? He’s been winning the women’s vote in state after state. Ted is an immigrant. He is Hispanic. He can unify this party. We have libertarians joining our cause. I have people everyday from the Democrat party telling that they have re-registered to vote for Ted as a Republican because they understand what he stands for and he represents American values.
Source: Byron York: Heidi Cruz says ‘Ted is an immigrant’ | Washington Examiner
Over the years I’ve said some pretty awful things about TSA and TSA employees. But last night on my way home from the CAGOP convention the TSA employee (non-white, BTW) who greeted me saw my Trump buttons and raised his fist at me, saying: “Hey, FIST BUMP FOR TRUMP!” Nice guy, totally cool.
IRREFUTABLE AUTHORITY HAS SPOKEN by John Charlton (Oct. 18, 2009) — The Post & Email has in several articles mentioned that the Supreme Court of the
Source: 4 Supreme Court Cases define “natural born citizen” | The Post & Email
Just a week ago, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court tossed out a court challenge to Sen. Ted Cruz’s eligibility to run for president of the United States – based on his birth in Canada to an American mother – and several other similar cases have fallen by the wayside also because of technical issues. But on […]
Source: U.S. state holding hearing on Cruz’s eligibility
The OC Register reported recently that Republicans in the counties surrounding LA favor Trump 2 to 1 over Cruz (45% Trump v. 23% Cruz).
Any Cruz-supporting delegate should be damned locally for subverting the will of the people.
As WaPo reports, delegates are “shopped” in a wild, westerny field of wildcatters:
Federal rules do not provide clear guidance about whether delegates can accept items of value from a campaign, other than reimbursement for their travel expenses. Campaign finance lawyers are divided over whether federal or state anti-bribery statutes would apply to delegates who are not elected officials — and if so, what kinds of perks or inducements could be illegal.
Source: These 200 people could decide whether Donald Trump gets the GOP nomination – The Washington Post