He hasn't been freelancing, he has been reading and reacting to the QB. And when he is peeking they are either A - in a zone defense B - in off coverage C - has safety help over the top He is playing fantastic football right now. And played fantastic football last season. Rivera who apparently isnt a big fan of Norman was on the radio the other day talking about how much work Josh Norman has put in after practice and how disciplined he is playing while still making plays. I am not sure where all this stuff is coming from, but the guy has the best stats in the entire NFL right now. Not just INTs but also opposing QB rating. Dude has been lights out for a while. I hope other teams keep trying him. I will thank them later for the extra points.
I predict the Hillary will get asked tough questions then her supporters will come out and whine about it being unfair and Bernie will just stick to the script and bring everything back to his talking points. I expect Bernie will stay clear of attacking Hillary, but will make the point very clear that he was right first, and Hillary has flip flopped on everything
Obama got about a 20 point swing after just winning Iowa. If Sanders swept the two it would likely be a huge swing. I think the second part is definitely part of it, especially in some southern states. But I also think that a lot are just not paying that much attention yet. Sanders still has relatively high unkown numbers in a lot of polls. So I think there are still a lot of unknowns to come. The debates for instance will be big and he will get a lot of exposure there. The first two primaries is another. He is about where Obama was in 2007 coming out of the summer. So I think he has a chance. And if African American vote changes it becomes very difficult for Hillary. And Bernie might do better with working class white people than Obama did, so he might have a different coalition to overtake her. I am not saying you are wrong, but I do think he has more room to grow his numbers than Hillary does. We will see. I am a big fan of Nate Silver and he isnt giving him much of a chance. But I think if a couple things break his way he has a good chance to win this thing.
The way this would likely work if they were made illegal is that, you are correct that many simply wont turn them in. Maybe most won't. So much so that I dont even think a buy back option would be worthwhile. But if you could just outlaw new guns. No more manufacturing or importing of guns in US. Law enforcement seize tens of thousands (maybe over 100,000) of guns every year. For instance, the TSA confiscated 2,200 guns in US airports alone in 2015. So if no (or very few) new guns are coming into circulation and lets say 50,000 are getting pulled out of circulation annually, then we can start seeing the mumber of guns in circulation going down annually. But also, the people who are getting their guns taken are the ones committing crimes. So the law abiding citizens arent having their guns taken, but just the criminals. Also, think of it ecomomically, after a period of several years or more likely several decades as supply is sucked out of circulation, prices go up and up. It isnt a perfect solution, and is one of those things that would be a long term solution and probably wouldn't have much of a short term affect. But is it would slowly deaw down the number of guns in circulation and the guns being taken out of circulation would be the ones confiscated by law enforcement from criminals
I agree. Only $6.5 million dollars for the government gunning down a person from behind in the street like a dog is not enough. And, yes I agree that we should be expanding programs like Medicaid and Medicare to make sure kids like Javon Brand is getting all the medical care he needs.
The Nazi party had a civilian paramilitary group that pledged their allegiance to the Nazi party, and was not a part of the German government sanctioned military. Plus there was armed resistance by the Jews. And I know Ben Carson may be a brilliant neurosurgeon, but he seems completely clueless on way too many simple political issues. There are times when I feel he is just making stuff up as he goes and doesnt have a clue what the actual topic is he is talking about.
Because when the document was written it was understood that the people's loyalty was to their State, not the federal government. They were trained militarily twice a year and had State appointed officers that they reported to. Most of what I have read from that time, the people defending themselves against a tyrannical federal government was in the context of individual State defense of soveriegnty and their militias being that defense. There was no standing armies, and so the people were the military of the States, and were trained as such.