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And the Silence is Deafening

The War On Guns - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 21:25
Muslim drivers at Cleveland airport refuse to drive cabs with Gay Games advertising [More]Where the hell are the ""progressives"?

Where the hell are the LGBT radicals? Where the hell is Dan Savage?

Where the hell are the Christian bashers?

Where the hell is the Justice Department?

Where the hell is the airport authority, and for that matter, the City of Cleveland?

Where the hell are those who would sue a Christian photographer for refusing to cover a "gay marriage," or a Christian baker who refuses to make a "gay wedding cake"?

Where the hell is "legitimate news media," which for the most part ignored this story and hasn't advanced it for going on a week now?

Why is there not a lawsuit and the force of the state coming down on these "homophobic bigots," including the companies that enabled their discrimination by "reassigning" them?

Why no statement from CAIR, which doesn't hesitate to weigh in when they feel Muslim cabbies are being discriminated against?

And gee, if the cabbies were forced, what do you think the more action-inclined promoters of the "religion of peace" would do about it?

Good for Thee but Not for Me

The War On Guns - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 19:09
This prompted a strong reaction on the part of the 40 sheriffs in attendance. Not only did they refuse to disarm but they walked out of the meeting en mass... [MoreYeah?  So any action on HB2672 yet? Or is this still the sole and exclusive province of the "Only Ones"?

What would their reaction had been if you or I were armed?


Who thinks they'd walk out with us in solidarity?

Anyone...? Bueller...?

NRA Calls for Universal Concealed Carry Law at Annual Meeting

Guns Save Lives - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 17:33
It looks like the NRA is gearing up to push some pro-gun legislation rather than playing defense. At it’s annual meeting, the National Rifle Association is making the case for a nationally recognized carry permit. From ABC News, The nation’s largest gun-rights group, which officially opens its meeting of about 70,000 people Friday in Indianapolis, […]

[Video] Jerry Miculek Sets New Revolver Speed Reload Record – 16 Rounds in 4.01 Seconds

Guns Save Lives - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 17:00
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Jerry Miculek is fast. He’s been fast since before I was born, and he doesn’t look like he has any plans of slowing down anytime soon. In this video Jerry fires 16 rounds of 9mm out of the new Smith and Wesson 929 Miculek Series Revolver. […]

Higbie offers clear political alternative for Connecticut gun owners

The War On Guns - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 16:10
Activist Connecticut gun owners who have expressed a desire to “throw the bums out” owe it to themselves to give the Higbie campaign a close look, and if they like what they see, do more than just post comments on the internet. [MoreToday’s Gun Rights Examiner report notes the type of candidate gun owners say they want. Now we’ll find out if they mean it enough to work for it.

Higbie offers clear political alternative for Connecticut gun owners

Gun Rights Examiner - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 15:54
A candidate for Connecticut’s Fourth Congressional District has pledged not just support for the right to keep and bear arms, but leadership in promoting it, giving Constitution State gun owners a clear opportunity to translate the...
Categories: Gun, gun law

We're the Only Ones Binding Enough

The War On Guns - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 14:52
Hey, what would YOU do if YOU confronted a 75-year-old woman in her own home?  [More]

So what if they had the wrong address? Don't you want them to make it home at the end of their shift?

[Via William T]

We're the Only Ones Planting Enough

The War On Guns - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 14:46
Two former Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies have been charged with conspiracy, perjury and altering evidence in connection with planting guns inside a medical marijuana dispensary to justify two arrests in 2011, prosecutors said. [More]Sow the wind, reap the whirlwind...

[Via William T]

Inartfully Stated

The War On Guns - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 14:43
...but point about slavery and "modern" assaults on human freedom and dignity understood. [More]

And while the Prozi sharks are all doing a Quint reminiscence "black eyes roll over white" feeding frenzy to establish this as proof of the racism of anyone who dares question BLM overkill, you'll note they're pretty silent on accusing these folks of bigotry motivations.

Not that they'll ever stop bellowing long enough to examine any core truths...

Hey, "progressives" and "Opposite Day," remember?

Speaking of inartful statements... but their side gets a pass, don'tcha know...

[Via Florida Guy and JM]

Well Doesn't That Just Figure?

The War On Guns - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 14:39
Kansas City Shooting Suspect Was Protected FBI Informant [MoreGomer?

[Via Robert F]

Bad Cops: Los Angeles County Deputies Charged With Planting Guns to Make Arrests

Guns Save Lives - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 13:59
Two Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputies, Julio Cesar Martinez and Anthony Manuel Paez, are in hot water after they were charged with planting guns at a medical marijuana dispensary in 2011 in order to make arrests. According to reports, both deputies left the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office in early 2013. Their leaving was described […]

Candidate Ratings...

The War On Guns - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 13:48
...from Oregon Firearms Federation... [More]

That one's Floyd's...

We Like Shooting – Episode 37 – BAM!

Guns Save Lives - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 13:34
We Like Shooting show – Episode 37 – BAM! The We Like Shooting show is a hilarious panel discussion about safety, guns, gear and gadgets and the issues that affect responsible shooters everywhere. This week we are joined by Peyton from Guns of the 111th on YouTube. Lil is back too! Nick starts our gear […]

Virginia Senate Tells Governor to Pound Sand Over His Anti-Gun Amendment to Gun Bill

Guns Save Lives - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 13:23
Via the NRA-ILA, Today, the Virginia Senate rejected Governor Terry McAuliffe’s (D) NRA-opposed amendment to Senate Bill 377 by a 15 to 23 vote. As previously reported, the McAuliffe amendment to SB 377, legislation sponsored by state Senator Bryce Reeves (R-17), would have created a de-facto gun registration scheme for those seeking to sell, trade […]

Does This Need to Exist? Heizer .223 Pocket Pistol

Guns Save Lives - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 13:11
I can only imagine the ball of fire this thing will produce. Even if you miss your intended target, I’m pretty sure anything within pocket pistol range will be squarely incinerated. This is the Heizer .223 pocket pistol. Yeah, .223, the rifle round. Here is the press release: Gary Ramey, GM/COO of Heizer Defense noted […]

"Mental-Health" Gun Bans

Alan Korwin's blog - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 11:16

Where are the thought police when you need them.
Oh. There they are. I can see them.

The lamestream media told you:

The Arizona Republic, Gannett's #2 rag after USA Today, said, in an editorial, "The mentally ill should not have guns."

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:

Can you see where this is going? Crazy people shouldn't have guns, sure. "Mentally ill" people, that's a judgment call, not a diagnostic test. How mentally ill is ill enough to start placing people in forbidden zones? Depressed? Angry? Angry a lot? Cursing regularly?

Once you're in the NICS Index -- the federal list of people whose right to keep and bear arms is extinguished -- you're in the forbidden zone with no practical way out. The anti-gun-rights forces want to see that list grow by leaps and bounds. They understand -- it's one effective strategy for taking away all the guns.

"Boy, that guy seems crazy to me," said one neighbor to another, before calling police and, unknowingly, ruining that man's life forever. Being sufficiently crazy (or at least charged as such) to make the gun-ban list, removes your right to a lot of things.

Everyone is going to have to walk around deliberately acting "normal," being careful not to step outside "acceptable" bounds or else people around may start to think you might be "mentally ill." This massive cultural paranoia can set in, as we all watch each other, scrutinize the person next to you, wonder if he's thinking thoughts he shouldn't. Why, just owning a bunch of guns and a modest stockpile of ammo implies you might be crazy. Who would want to do such a thing? There's something about Harry...

AND in other news:

All the problems with classical Freudian psychiatry are apparently starting to resurface with a trend amongst "normal" cognative therapists. Ted K. a prominent figure in the education reform movement, is expressing concern over a new effort to stigmatize, or at least label children who aren't as bright as others. With guidelines that are not clearly established, at least some "professionals" want such kids identified as Sluggish Cognitive Tempo children. Whether this is a disabling condition for other legal purposes, and what remedies or redress might exist for having been given the label, was not clear at press time.

The New York Times told you:

"With more than six million American children having received a diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, concern has been rising that the condition is being significantly misdiagnosed and overtreated with prescription medications." [The Uninvited Ombudsman notes that this is indicative of pretend science.]

"Yet now some powerful figures in mental health are claiming to have identified a new disorder that could vastly expand the ranks of young people treated for attention problems. Calledsluggish cognitive tempo, the condition is said to be characterized by lethargy, daydreaming and slow mental processing. By some researchers' estimates, it is present in perhaps two million children." [The Uninvited Ombudsman notes this is indicative of pretend science on steroids -- they are just making this stuff up as they go along.]

"Experts pushing for more research [read: funding to pay themselves with] into sluggish cognitive tempo say it is gaining momentum [read: pure hype to get the funding] toward recognition as a legitimate disorder [that is, recognition by the people doing the recognition, to get the funding]  -- and, as such, a candidate for pharmacological treatment [that's where the money is]. Some of the condition's researchers have helped Eli Lilly investigate how its flagship A.D.H.D. drug might treat it." [no attempt to hide self-evident bias and conflict of interest.]

Categories: Gun, gun law

Gun Registration Bill Exempts "ObamaCare" Entities

Alan Korwin's blog - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 11:13

The lamestream media told you:

92% of the public supports universal background checks. 92% of the public supports universal background checks. 92% of the public supports universal background checks. 92% of the public supports universal background checks. 92% of the public supports universal background checks.

We have not reported on the contents of the bill, despite its amazing acceptance level.

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:

It's a pelosi! People support it without knowing what's in it!

The gun-owner registration bill "92% of the public supports" leaves out guns in hospitals and any... "health insurance entity." ObamaCare is a health-insurance entity.

It's amazing what you can learn by reviewing the bills our leaders propose. Alert reader C.D. Tavares spotted an error in Page Nine No. 133, which turns out to be a major element of this breaking story.

Here's the relevant statute language from
the proposed Manchin-Toomey amendment,
the gun-registration bill being sold to the public
as a wildly supported (but repeatedly defeated)
background-check bill --


(m) The Attorney General may not consolidate or centralize the records of the --
(2) possession or ownership of a firearm, maintained by any medical or health insurance entity.

[Note that the AG, or anyone, is not prevented from recording, storing, collating, compiling, distributing, securing, retrieving, integrating, merging, using or backing up these (or, elsewhere in the bill) all other gun records on you forever; there is no audit trail or punishment for violations; and anyone except the AG could "consolidate or centralize" these or any other firearms records under this "ban." It's preposterous, a farce.]

In my Page Nine review last issue, I remarked about that last line in the section:

"And what's that bit at the end that says medical- and health-insurance-company owned guns are exempt."  Had I added "...from the paperwork rules," C.D. noted, it would have made the line more accurate, or at least more clear. But that got me thinking.

The point is this, and it's never been made before as far as I'm aware. What exactly is a "medical or health-insurance entity" and what are those places doing with all these guns? That's an anti-gunny-type question to be sure, but surely valid here. And why are they exempted?

This is for people working in ObamaCare -- a health-insurance entity. Who are these people? How many of them are out there, exempt? Can we the people get equal treatment under the law? Is this what 92% of the public supports? Or has the media been feeding you nonsense straight from the anti-rights advocates, without a single hint of skepticism or research on their part?

The AG (but no one else in this bill) is also banned from "consolidating or centralizing" records about:
"(1) acquisition or disposition of firearms, or any portion thereof, maintained by --
(A) a person with a valid, current license under this chapter;"

That's FFLs, people in the gun business. The various dealer types are exempt, because they're already well papered. For them, this would just be redundant.

The antis will look you right in the eye and lie:


Read the original article, which became the lead story in The Daily Caller --

[Note that the AG, or anyone, is not prevented from recording, storing, collating, compiling, distributing, securing, retrieving, integrating, merging, using or backing up its gun records on you forever, there is no audit trail, and anyone except the AG could "consolidate or centralize" these or any other firearms records under this "ban". It is preposterous, a farce.]

This is why anyone with a grain of knowledge understands it's not about background checks. It's about gun registration by the federal government. It's in black and white. The media is lying to you.

Categories: Gun, gun law

We're the Only Ones with Complete Power and Authority Over You Enough

The War On Guns - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 10:16
So, sheriff, if you catch me exercising my right to keep and bear arms as if "shall not be infringed" means what it says, can I count on that "Pro-100% Our America’s Constitution" pledge to give me a pass, or will my best option be to pray? [More

Oh, wait, I think you answered my question:
Those in the Law Enforcement Profession have complete Power and Authority over You, Your Life, Your Family, Your Loved Ones, Your Rights, Your Freedom,Your future,and Everything Precious to LifeWhat can Brown do to you?

Evidently anything he feels like.

Gee, no wonder  "All People Can Trust" him.

[Via Harvey]

Be Careful What You Wish For?

The War On Guns - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 09:57
My bet is, "legitimate news media" will give coverage to the MILMs totally disproportionately to the numbers... [More]

Harassed and Under Threat

The War On Guns - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 09:51
I received an email from a longtime trusted friend asking that I share this letter in order to help shine a light and create pressure for action. Because it was too long to repro here in its entirety, I posted it to my Scribd account. [Read]

In the interests of full disclosure, I have not done any independent investigation.

In the interests of minimizing my overburdened workload and helping me help you, people wishing me to help spread information would do well to note these considerations.
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