Thank God for Unaccountable Activist Judges, Part XLI


Proposition H, the absolute handgun ban proposed last year by rageaholic city supervisor Chris Daly and approved by 58 percent of San Francisco voters, has been struck down by a Superior Court judge hearing a suit from the National Rifle Association. Judge James Warren ruled against the ballot initiative on the grounds that city law can't supersede state law in this case. San Francisco's city attorney has pledged to appeal. The Second Amendment Foundation says Daly should have to pay for the appeal—an attractive idea, if only for the prospect of bringing on another of Daly's Rumpelstiltskin tantrums.