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December 29, 2012

» Ex-‘regulatory czar’ uses slick sleight of hand to justify banning modern guns

The gist of his argument is that the very notion that the Second Amendment could protect the people from forcible citizen disarmament laws materialized out of thin air within the last few decades. He is not the first to make that claim ….. Those making that argument tend not to address this William Rawle quote in a book published in 1829:

No clause in the Constitution could by any rule of construction be conceived to give the Congress a power to disarm the people. Such a flagitious attempt could only be made under a general pretence by a state legislature. But if in any pursuit of an inordinate power either should attempt it, this amendment may be appealed to as a restraint on both.
Another “crazy claim” of Sunstein’s is more subtle, and thus more insidious. In reference to the Supreme Court’s District of Columbia v. Heller decision:

To this the court added that the sorts of weapons it was protecting were those “in common use at the time” that the Second Amendment was ratified.

Get that? He claims that the Heller decision recognizes Constitutional protection only for those arms “‘in common use at the time’ that the Second Amendment was ratified.” That would mean that any firearm more advanced than flintlock pistols and muskets can be banned.

While banning AR15s because they “weren’t in use at the time”, we can also ban practically all forms of news media because none of them are using the type of printing presses that were “in use at the time”:

We can also ban the free speech of Hollywood clowns – because microphones and cameras weren’t “in use at the time”. Obama’s multiple WhiteHouse websites that are designed to allow leftists to rat on everybody else are unconstitutional because the internet was not “in use at the time”. The third amendment “No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the Owner” does not apply if you live in an apartment, townhome or condo – anything besides a house. The fourth amendment cannot protect your email from the government because The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated does not specifically use the word ’email’.

It really is time for Dick’s to change their corporate name:

or at least drop the apostrophe

Reports from the GunFree Killzone of Chicago:
» Police confirm ‘tragic number’ of 500 homicides

» Utah teachers get free gun training in response to Newtown shooting

Kasey Hansen, a special education teacher from Salt Lake City, Utah, says she would take a bullet for any of her students, but if faced with a gunman threatening her class, she would rather be able to shoot back.

» Facebook Censors Gandhi

Mahatma Gandhi is a demigod among moonbats. After all, he is the guy who struck a nonviolent deathblow to the declining British Empire ….
However, he also said this:

“Among the many misdeeds of British rule in India, history will look upon the Act which deprived a whole nation of arms as the blackest.”

This was a quotation too far for the moonbats running Facebook, causing them to suspend the account of Natural News

» Here’s Why Someone Would Need To Own An ‘Assault’ Rifle

The left quite often exposes its raging elitism through its odious habit of asking why anyone would need the things that it doesn’t like, from guns to big homes to monster trucks.
The implication is that if the elitists don’t want whatever it is, then no one should be allowed to have it — except, of course, it’s fine for the elitists themselves to live in energy-sucking mansions, hire armed bodyguards and drive around in gas-guzzling limousines and SUVs.

The number of rifle homicides has fallen steadily since then to 323 last year, as have the other three weapon classes, though each still remains a more common choice than the rifle.
In fact, when added together, knives, blunt instruments and the human body were responsible for more than nine times as many homicides as rifles in 2011.
Yet no one is asking why anyone would want to own a set of steak knives, place a heavy candelabra on their mantle or have a hammer in their garage.

That may sound like a lame argument, but is it really? After all, it is the number of murders committed that the left uses as the basis of its anti-gun bigotry. Arguments like the above serve to point out that the number one reason given by leftists to ban guns simply does not hold water. Therefore, one has to consider what is the real reason?

In an administration headed by a pothead who can’t seem to prove he is a natural citizen and staffed by tax evaders, communists, child molesters, liars, rasicsts and certifiably insane …..
Treason is Simply Par.

The first documentary evidence that Vietnamese communists were directly steering John Kerry’s group Vietnam Veterans Against the War has been discovered in a U.S. archive ….

One freshly unearthed document, captured by the U.S. from Vietnamese communists in 1971 and later translated, indicates the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese delegations to the Paris peace talks that year were used as the communications link to direct the activities of Kerry and other antiwar activists who attended.
“We’re not going to say he’s an agent for Vietnamese communists, but it’s the next thing to it,” he said. “Whether he was consciously carrying out their direction or naively doing what they wanted, it amounted to the same thing – he advanced their cause.”

Note the date on this article: 10/26/2004. It was published and became ‘news’ during the 2004 campaign when the traitor Kerry was running for the highest office. But ‘news’ then was controlled – or stifled – by the same media that now operates as the propaganda arm of the (THHO)Obama regime. The revelations of John Kerry’s communist ties and affiliations went unmentioned then – outside the rightwing blogosphere – and will go unmentioned now; again, as Kerry is being installed as the United States Secretary of State.

…. the documents show how the North Vietnamese, the Viet Cong, the People’s Coalition for Peace and Justice, the Communist Party of the USA and Kerry’s VVAW worked closely together to achieve the Vietnamese communists’ primary objective – the defeat of the U.S. in Vietnam …. “We now have evidence Madame Binh was directing the antiwar movement … and the person who implemented her strategy was John Kerry.”

The slow boil building up in your blood right now, will be cooled by the spinal chill you get from this:

Another FBI report, dated Nov. 24, 1971, gives details of Hubbard’s presentation to a VVAW meeting of the Executive and Steering committees in Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 12-15, 1971.

At that meeting, the VVAW considered and then rejected a plan to assassinate several pro-war U.S. Senators. Kerry is listed as present.

Our next Secretary of State may be a man who once sat in a meeting of subversive communist activists and participated in a discussion to assassinate U.S. Senators.

The question is not why would (THHO)Obama select this traitor to head the State Department, but why not?

» John Kerry: Still Wrong After All These Years

Over the next forty years Kerry would reinvent himself numerous times, transforming from an anti-war activist disgusted by the uniform to a war hero reporting for duty as he sought to corner both sides of the market, but his flirtation with tyrants and tyrannies, particularly those hostile to the United States, never changed.
The murderous Viet Cong gave way to the Sandinistas of Nicaragua. Ho Chi Minh gave way to Assad. Vietnam gave way to Pakistan. But at no point during those long 40 years, a biblical number often linked to transformation and change, did John Forbes Kerry learn anything at all from his countless mistakes.

That’s because in order to learn from mistakes, one has to first recognize them as mistakes.

“We negotiated with North Vietnam… they just want to get rid of them [the Sandinistas], they want to throw them out, they don’t want to talk to them,” Kerry whined. And Kerry did want to talk them. To the Viet Cong, to the Sandinistas and to anyone else who hated the United States and wished us harm.

In the spring of last year, Senator Kerry met with Mohammed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood’s new tyrant in Egypt, and said that, “in our discussions, Mr. Morsi committed to protecting fundamental freedoms, including women’s rights, minority rights, the right to free expression and assembly.”

Six months later, Morsi’s thugs were beating political opponents in the street and ‘Always Wrong’ Kerry had another notch in his belt.
“How do you ask a man to be the last man to die for a mistake?” Kerry had asked during his Senate testimony, and throughout his decades in the Senate, with the power of the same committee that he had once testified before behind him, he had done his best to see to it that Americans and people from all nations would die for his mistakes.

“the dumbest media story of 2012.” ?
» Laws Are for Little People

A few years ago, Daniel Brown was detained at LAX while connecting to a Minneapolis flight because traces of gunpowder were found on his footwear. His footwear was combat boots. As the name suggests, the combat boots were returning from combat — eight months of it, in Iraq’s bloody and violent al-Anbar province. Above the boots he was wearing the uniform of a staff sergeant in the USMC Reserve Military Police and was accompanied by all 26 members of his unit, also in uniform. Staff Sergeant Brown doesn’t sound like an “obvious” terrorist. But the TSA put him on the no-fly list anyway. If it’s not “obvious” to the government that a serving member of the military has any legitimate reason for being around ammunition, why should it be “obvious” that a TV host has?

The argument for letting him walk rests on his membership of a protected class — the media. Notwithstanding that (per Gallup) 54 percent of Americans have a favorable opinion of the NRA while only 40 percent have any trust in the media, the latter regard themselves as part of the ruling class. Which makes the rest of you the ruled. Laws are for the little people — and little people need lots of little laws, ensnaring them at every turn.

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Today’s Gun-Control Fact
via Gun Control Fact-Sheet 2004 / From Gun Owners Foundation

Rapes averted when women carry or use firearms for protection

* Orlando, FL. In 1966-67, the media highly publicized a safety course which taught Orlando women how to use guns. The result: Orlando’s rape rate dropped 88% in 1967, whereas the rape rate remained constant in the rest of Florida and the nation.(40)

* Nationwide. In 1979, the Carter Justice Department found that of more than 32,000 attempted rapes, 32% were actually committed. But when a woman was armed with a gun or knife, only 3% of the attempted rapes were actually successful.(41)

40 Kleck, “Crime Control,” at 13.
41 U.S. Department of Justice, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, Rape Victimization in 26 American Cities (1979), p. 31.

» Progressive Professor Demands Death Penalty for Global Warming Skeptics and the Pope

Parncutt also hates Israel and Mormons, and wants a global wealth tax. And even though he is opposed to the death penalty in the case of mass murderers, he’s willing to consider an exception for people he really disagrees with.
Fortunately you don’t need to understand math to advocate killing people in the name of science.

Consider for the purpose of argument, let’s give Parncutt the benefit of the doubt, and assume that there is only a 1 percent chance that his views will lead to the murder of 1 trillion people. That still means, based on his math, that there is a 100 percent chance that Parncutt’s views will lead to the murder of 10 billion people.

According to Parncutt’s own numbers there is a 100 percent chance that his games with “Freedom of Speech” will lead to the murder of 10 billion people.

At this point, Parncutt begins to get even crazier, if such a thing were possible ………….

» University spends 15k to fight ‘non-inclusive language’ on campus

The University of Maryland (UMD) allocated $15,000 in 2012 to combat the use of language deemed by administrators to be “insensitive.”

This sign, part of the “inclusive language campaign,” discourages students from using the term “illegal alien.”
The “words have power” campaign’s goal is to deploy posters, buttons and other promotional materials to help foster an environment on campus that is not offensive to illegal aliens, homosexuals, or other minority groups.

Well, what could you possibly expect? When one constitutional right goes down the toilet, the others are not far behind.
On campus, you have no right to defend yourself so why would you expect the right to free speech to remain intact?