The [limited] right to keep and [absolutely no] right to bear arms

April 1, 2021

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John Dillon

Aug 11, 12:54pm

What kind of person thinks, "You know what would be a fulfilling career... the IRS"

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John Dillon

Aug 5, 3:26pm

Is there another California I’m not aware of where this is even remotely true? twitter

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John Dillon

Jun 30, 8:15pm

Recently wrote an Op-Ed on firearm age restrictions and why they don’t work.

The original title before they changed it without telling me was:

No, You Cannot Strip Young Adults of Their Constitutional Rights Because We “Must Do Something” twitter.com/sdutopinion/st…

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John Dillon

Jun 23, 8:41am

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John Dillon

Jun 15, 9:11pm

If U thought Stop & Frisk policies were terrible, just wait until there are national red flag laws…

Instead of being stopped in the street and searched for a BS reason, they will now get to kick your door in, trash your house, and seize your property.

#guncontrol #RedFlagLaws

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John Dillon

Jun 2, 10:20pm

“Weapon of war” is just the new BS term to replace “assault weapon” in order to scare society into caving to greater government control and the further elimination of fundamental rights:

Change my mind.

#guncontrol #2A #guns #gunpolicy

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John Dillon

Jun 2, 8:27pm

The fact that this person doesn’t get the irony of suggesting we send AR15s to Ukraine where civilians are taking up arms to defend against an invading government/military is scary. twitter.com/marcnyc36/stat…

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John Dillon

Jun 2, 8:19pm

Yea, screw checks and balances and the Constitution! Let’s go straight to tyrannical dictatorships! 🤦🏻‍♂️ twitter.com/greg_price11/s…

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John Dillon

Jun 2, 8:10pm

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John Dillon

Jun 2, 8:05pm

On March 24, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals sitting en banc affirmed the district court's dismissal of a Second Amendment lawsuit challenging Hawaii's licensing law, which requires that residents seeking a license to openly carry a firearm in public must demonstrate "the urgency or the need" to carry a firearm and that the applicant be actively "engaged in the protection of life and property" when openly carrying a firearm. Young v. Hawaii, 2021 DJDAR 2628.

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