Archive for: April 2007

April 30, 2007

Guns, the Mentally Ill & the Second Amendment

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Filed under: Guns,Second Amendment - 30 Apr 2007

Dude, Boarder,

What?

Much discussion and debate has re-arisen from the fallout of the Virgina Tech Massacre. As with all things, it’s more hip to discuss and debate than not. One thing that’s stuck out in these debates, however, is

April 27, 2007

Imus’ Freedom of Speech Indeed – Nomenclature, Colloquialism & Reality

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Filed under: Freedom of Speech - 27 Apr 2007

Though I find the seeds of a further discussion of the relation of Freedom and Liberty particularly interesting, and a large degree of Nomos’ blabbering making sense, and I find myself compelled to agree with much of the comments …

April 26, 2007

How Seung-Hui Cho Got His Guns

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Filed under: Law - 26 Apr 2007

Been thinking a lot about guns and our right to bear them in the wake of the happenings at Virginia Tech. Seung-Hui Cho did purchase his weapons “legally,” but only because he managed to fly below the radar of

The Cost of The Right to Bear Arms

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Filed under: Guns,Violence - 26 Apr 2007

One week ago Monday, the 16th of April, 2007, a lonely young man named Seung-Hui Cho took his revenge on “them,” as allowed for by the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution. I do not raise a liberal

April 23, 2007

Imus & Freedom of Speech

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Filed under: First Amendment,Freedom of Speech - 23 Apr 2007

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government

April 22, 2007

Hello Mr. & Mrs. Legal World

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Filed under: Mojo Law - 22 Apr 2007

Welcome to Mojo Law’s site wide legal blog. We’re very exited to implement our blog, so stay tuned & keep reading. We’ve set up a numer of ways to subscribe to our blog, RSS, Atom, e-mail – so …