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I just wanted to clarify two points you asked about in your last message.
The "fire! In a crowded theater" was part of a Supreme Court decision regarding limits of free speech. One of the justices noted (and I would have to Google to find out which one...sigh...) said that all rights have limitations. The right of free speech does not entitle one to shout "fire!" in a crowded theater.
In the world of journalism then -my former profession- this means willful encitement is frowned upon. The govt here has informally pressured news media to not publish, but that usually comes back to haunt both the govt and the media.
The issue which decided if a group could separate from the federal government was our Civil War, War Between the States or War of Northern Aggression, depending on your sympathies. The South wanted to seceed from the Union, four years later that was given up as unrealistic.
Can you help me sir. I have a 1911 SA TRP. When I try to shoot Federal HST 230 gr +P HPs through it sometimes the slide will not go all the way back into battery. Do I go with a heavy spring ( factory on 1911 16# ) or a lighter spring ? And second I have a Glock 32 ( that I carried concealed ) I would like to reduce recoil and muzzle flip ... I want to buy a tungsten guide rod and a wolf spring ... do I go heavier or lighter on the spring ? Thanks and thanks for all the great posts that you do !