October 17, 2017

Prospects of a Civil War…..With Bullets

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Once Again, More Calls For “Sensible” Gun Regulations

Shootings, followed by the call to ban guns or seek “sensible” gun regulations, happen so often now one might be led to believe these are planned events, designed to divide the nation further with the ultimate goal of ridding the populace of their right to keep and bear arms. It is, after all, the ONLY roadblock to total communistic, dictatorial rule.

In the Maine Portland Press Herald, an educated doctor attempts to demand for “sensible” gun regulations while claiming to be a big gun owner herself. One of the problems with the entire piece is that there is not sensible suggestions by the author as to what “sensible” regulations would look like. The only point the author tries to make is that it’s more difficult to buy Sudafed than a gun.

So what!

Lacking also in the commentary is any indication that the good doctor has a clue as to human behavior. While “sensible” gun regulations will surely prevent the honest citizen, one who almost never kills others, from exercising their right to keep and bear arms without government licensing and approval, while being indoctrinated by government educators. A doctor may be well educated, as this doctor appears to specialize in nutritional supplements, but fails to understand that gun regulations only affect the law-abiding people and have zero affect on the criminals and mentally deranged who want to kill and harm others.

Gun banners just don’t get it.

In addition, the Second Amendment is the only amendment that is constantly being targeted for repeal or “sensible” regulations. Guns don’t kill people. People kill people and will use whatever weapon is within reach.

While the good doctor’s ideas might seem appealing to some, intelligent people have gone beyond emotional clap-trap and have a firm grip on the data that tells us regulations change nothing except forces lawful citizens to pay more in taxes to comply with “sensible” gun laws, and to register their guns on a national list kept by the government.

No Thanks!

Perhaps the good doctor should concentrate on “sensible” regulations of her “nutritional supplements,” and the sale of Sudafed. Each year more than 20,000 people end up in emergency rooms with serious conditions caused by taking supplements. Sudafed can kill as well.

It is not contradictory to seek “sensible” regulations on over-the-counter chemicals and supplements while opposing “sensible” regulations on guns. You see the big difference here is that people know that guns will kill you if used improperly. However, they assume that nutritional supplements are safe and will not harm you. After all, they are often recommended by doctors to their patients.

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Gun Banning: Been Tried Before

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Vegas Blow Back: The Stupids Who Are Stupid About Stupid Stuff

Evidently acting as though you have lots of questions, while intimating a need for “more legislation” is a person’s way of pretending to not be eager to further destroy the Second Amendment and place themselves on a plane of being rational, lacking in “knee-jerk” reactions over, yet another, perhaps staged “disaster” involving guns.

Jim Shepherd writes in Outdoor Wire, that there are a lot of “questions” surrounding the events in Las Vegas. There are always a lot of questions that never go answered and that is the purpose of the event. Keep the masses petrified and they will do anything.

As is the usual, because guns were used to kill, guns are blamed and demand is made by stupids to ban guns, even if they know or have proof “gun control” doesn’t work. Times like this is what politicians love. They can show to their constituency how much they want to tell and act just as the brainwashed masses want, while doing what they do best by creating more stupid laws that only prove how stupid you are and how stupid anyone is who follows along.

Hidden within the discussion linked to above, is the topic of mental illness. WHAT A CAN OF WORMS!! The author seems to indicate that the failure of politicians to effectively address mental illness and guns might be the root of the problem. Consider the stupid (mentally ill), corrupt politicians deciding what is mental illness….at least the kind that would disqualify you from owning or using a gun – and that, in the minds of stupid people, would stop mentally ill people (anyone who would kill is mentally ill…period!) from picking up a gun, baseball bat, knife, car, etc. and killing somebody – and there is never a call to ban those other “weapons.”

Mental illness is a doctor giving anybody who wants them, chemicals, in the form of pills, to stop what “ails them.” Stupid people don’t know which came first – mental illness or chemical influences. Obviously the majority, along with the medical establishment, exist with the idea that chemicals can cure anything and refuse to honestly think chemicals alter the state of every person who chooses or is forced to take them (Yes, even aspirin).

But let’s not go there. We love our drugs and to go along with it, we want anyone who is “mentally ill” to not have a gun, because…..somebody said that would be a good idea. If only we could get those “mentally ill” people on more drugs. More, more, more……

An honest assessment should reveal, but doesn’t, to any honest person that the world has gone mad. Even those, who on the surface appear “sane,” have gone mad. We just are incapable of seeing the insanity we are mired in and thus nobody thinks of themselves as insane. We meet, we greet, we go about our daily thinking those we meet are normal. Until, we get into the nitty-gritty of their real constitution.

Whether one wants to accept the fact that our own government, more precisely those that control our government, orchestrates these “disasters” for political gain and ultimate control over the minds of people, more guns or less guns, more drugs or less drugs, more labeling of mental illness or less label, nothing will change.

There is but one answer and because so few seek the Truth, the only other alternative is what we see.

Run scared! Give Government what they want! You love your servitude and government control. You are insanely stupid and can’t tell the difference. Stupidity is blindly following the stupid people who create the stupid problems. Your faith and trust is in man. A big mistake.

That is the true definition of INSANITY!

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When Insanity and Ignorance Wed in Demagoguery Bliss – Or a Useful Idiot Writes

It really doesn’t get any more screwed up of one’s mind than this:

“The days are growing colder, and soon millions of American hunters will pursue a time-honored tradition. They will load their automatic weapons with armor-piercing bullets, strap on silencers, head off to the picnic grounds on nearby public lakes — and start shooting.

If you do not immediately recognize this pastime as part of America’s heritage, then you are sadly out of step with the current Republican majority in Congress. On Tuesday, a House panel takes up the “Sportsmen’s Heritage and Recreational Enhancement Act of 2017,” which promises “to protect and enhance opportunities for recreational hunting, fishing and shooting.””<<<Read More>>> if you can take it.

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NRA To Washington Post: You Do More To Damage The Country With Your Keyboards Than Our Members Ever Have With Their Guns

*Editor’s Note* – SAY WHAT??? I must be tired this morning.

The media is a better option since they sin in ways great and small every day and everyone on the right has their own list of grievances about them. And the NRA’s base is decidedly right-wing: Per a recent Pew survey, 77 percent are either Republican or lean Republican, making them prime targets for an anti-journo message. For the moment, Trump’s running for reelection a la the old Bush 41 joke, “Annoy the media, vote Republican.” This is the gun-rights version of that. Annoy the media, support the NRA.<<<Read More>>>

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NRA Magazine’s July Cover Girl Is Project 21 Co-Chairman Stacy Washington

Press Release from the National Center for Public Policy Research:

Black Conservative Radio Host in the Spotlight After Her Pro-2ndAmendment Commentary Resulted in Column Suspension

St. Louis, MO / Washington, DC – Stacy Washington, the co-chairman of the National Center for Public Policy Research’s Project 21 black leadership network, is the author and face of the cover story in the July issue of the National Rifle Association’s America’s 1stFreedom magazine.  In the article, Washington recounts the controversy surrounding her pro-gun commentary in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, why she broke off her relationship with the newspaper and how bias threatens the future of the media industry.

“I’m so excited to have written a number of columns for NRA’s America’s 1st Freedom website and now the magazine,” said Washington.  “It’s an opportunity that might never have come to fruition without my column’s suspension by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.  But moving on has been bittersweet, with so many readers sending cards and emails that shared how much they miss my writing.”

Washington was recently selected to help guide Project 21, which promotes the diversity of political opinion within the black community, as one of its co-chairmen.  She also hosts the weekday “Stacy of the Right” talk radio program on WGNU-St. Louis that is syndicated by the Urban Family Talk network.

Washington began as a freelance contributor with the Post-Dispatch last November.  She was suspended on April 28 for a column on guns that her editor complained did not highlight her past affiliation with the NRA.  While she had worked on media programs and projects with the NRA in the past, Washington says  she was never paid and that the opinions in the disputed column were her own.  The column, which criticized other Missouri newspapers for commentaries speculating that gun owners favored guns over child safety and asked readers to compare the NRA to the ISIS terrorist network, was reviewed by the Post-Dispatch staff before publication. She subsequently broke off her freelance relationship with the newspaper.

 In her America’s 1st Freedom article, Washington writes  about the controversy:

In the media furor surrounding this story, my original call has been almost lost – that [Missourian columnist George] Kennedy was permitted to malign the NRA and its membership, and retains the opportunity to do so since he has received no reprimand for his awful and baseless comparison. He will never be held to account or asked to prove that NRA members dismember, set on fire or otherwise terrorize politicians – or anyone else, for that matter. . 

My column was factual: It called out media bias and asked for introspection in media outlets for the sake of preserving printed newspapers. The irony of having my column suspended – under the guise of being a paid advocate for the NRA – for writing that is unjustified nonsense, which is what prompted me to terminate the contract with the Post-Dispatch. The distraction that has ensued over who pays me and why has served its purpose for those at the top of the food chain in the newspaper industry: No one is discussing their failure to remain neutral. Consequently, circulation numbers will continue to tumble.

To book an interview with Stacy Washington, contact Judy Kent at (703) 759-7476.

 Project 21 members have been quoted, interviewed or published over 40,000 times since the program was created in 1992. Project 21 is sponsored by the National Center for Public Policy Research. Contributions to the National Center are tax-deductible and greatly appreciated, and may be earmarked exclusively for the use of Project 21.

 Founded in 1982, the National Center for Public Policy Research is a non-partisan, free-market, independent conservative think-tank. Ninety-four percent of its support comes from some 60,000 individuals, less than four percent from foundations and less than two percent from corporations. Sign up for email updates here . Follow us on Twitter at @NationalCenter for general announcements. To be alerted to upcoming media appearances by National Center staff, follow our media appearances Twitter account at @NCPPRMedia.

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Gun Control That Works

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SAM Claims High Road to Protect Second Amendment

They might claim that high road, but do they actually do what they say they are doing. According to SAM’s Facebook Page, “Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine-Leading through Action!”

On their list of achievements is the passage of LD 9 – “to Ban State of Government Agencies from Creating Gun Owner Registry.”

“An Act to Prohibit the Creation of a Firearm Owner Registry”, sponsored by Rep. Patrick Corey is now law. This quote from the last SAM News accurately sums up this important SAM bill, “The creation of a gun owner registry is the Holy Grail for gun control advocates, because all extreme gun control measures like semi-automatic bans, high capacity magazine bans, and other firearm confiscation schemes, require a database of firearm owners to enforce. Without the government knowing who owns what types of guns and where they are, there is no way to reduce the number of guns in private ownership.” (emphasis added)

Below is the text of LD 9 (also from SAM Facebook page)

Sec. 1. 25 MRSA §2014 is enacted to read:
§2014. Government firearm or firearm owner registry prohibited Notwithstanding and other provision of law to the contrary, a government agency of this State or a political subdivision of this State may not keep or cause to be kept a comprehensive registry of privately owned firearms and the owners of those firearms within its jurisdiction. (emphasis added)

SUMMARY

This amendment, which is the majority report of the committee, replaces the bill and provides that a government agency of the State or a political subdivision of the State may not keep or cause to be kept a comprehensive registry of privately owned firearms and the owners of those firearms within its jurisdiction.” (emphasis added)

We are programmed to automatically accept any effort by those claiming to be in support of the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Therefore, passage of any law that claims to protect gun owners or ease the restrictions on gun ownership, we blindly accept as a good thing. It might be better…or the equivalent of being hung with a new rope, than continued chopping to bits our Second Amendment rights, but even if you keep cutting off pieces of a plank, a little here and a little there, eventually there’s no more plank and you free fall.

LD 9 is being hailed as a victory for the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine and gun owners because they say, as I highlighted above, The creation of a gun owner registry is the Holy Grail for gun control advocates, because all extreme gun control measures like semi-automatic bans, high capacity magazine bans, and other firearm confiscation schemes, require a database of firearm owners to enforce. Without the government knowing who owns what types of guns and where they are, there is no way to reduce the number of guns in private ownership.”

This Bill, LD 9, is being flaunted as a bill that will prohibit the “comprehensive registry” of all firearms, and that without such a registry, governments and non governmental agencies cannot confiscate guns because they won’t know where to find them.

The first question I might ask is this: What will be the state of things in this country WHEN the U.S. Government goes about confiscating our firearms? Will following the rule of law any longer exist?

I thought so.

A federal firearms dealer is required to “register” every gun he sells and keep a record. As I understand LD 9, now a licensed firearms dealer will have to make a second copy of that registration, mark it “State Copy” and make it available to any government, law enforcement or prosecuting attorney upon demand. That’s some protection of a gun owner from that registry created at the point of sale. (Note: It was brought to my attention, and correctly so, that current law requires the “State Copy” to be kept on file. LD 9 eliminates the “State Copy” and thus the only “registration” of the purchase of your gun is the one created by the federally licensed gun dealer. Also understand that this registration is still a registration and can and will be accessed when the governments so desire.)

LD 9 prohibits the creation of a “comprehensive registry” (whatever lawyer wants to define that one for us). Comprehensive, in the context used (I’m guessing), means complete. Please define “complete.” Who gets to decide? We are not told that and this is the kind of crap sandwich we are fed by lawyers. They craft laws for themselves not for you and I.

So, if it is now unlawful for the Government to “keep or cause to be kept” a “comprehensive” gun registry, does that mean if they leave off the registration, say your sexual preference, does that now make the registry “uncomprehensive” and thus can be used by governments and law enforcement when it comes time to confiscate your REGISTERED guns that you REGISTERED when you purchased your guns from a licensed dealer.

Stop kidding yourselves! The Second Amendment is the only item in the Bill of Rights that we, not only give away, but do so gladly and all the while believing we are doing the “reasonable” thing.

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Diversify

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