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'We maybe have to give up a little bit of our privacy,' says ex-NYC police head after Vegas shooting (New York Values)
Post Date: 2017-10-03 02:22:17 by Hondo68
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"I believe the No. 1 civil right is to be free from harm," Howard Safir says.In order to do that in a civilized society, "we maybe have to give up a little bit of our privacy," he says.The Las Vegas concert massacre is the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history. Americans may need to give up some of their freedoms to protect against attacks such as Sunday night's Las Vegas concert massacre, said Howard Safir, former New York City police commissioner. "Let me preface what I'm about to say, so the civil libertarians understand what I'm saying, I believe the No. 1 civil right is to be free from harm. And in order to do that in a civilized society ... we ...

‘Time for Congress to get off its ass’
Post Date: 2017-10-02 13:48:23 by Willie Green
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Democratic lawmakers called for swift congressional action in response to the Las Vegas shooting that left at least 50 dead — the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history — with Sen. Chris Murphy saying it is “time for Congress to get off its ass and do something” on gun control. Murphy, who led a filibuster on the Senate floor last June in protest of legislative inaction following the Pulse club shooting, called it “cruelly hollow” for politicians to not back up their words of sympathy with a governmental response. “This must stop,” Murphy said in a statement Monday morning. “It is positively infuriating that my colleagues in Congress ...

Victim's family furious after 2 children shot by toddler at Dearborn in-home daycare
Post Date: 2017-10-01 20:04:23 by Hondo68
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Scene of shooting in Deaborn, Michigan on Sept. 27, 2017. Several weapons found inside home DEARBORN, Mich. - The family of a child who was shot Wednesday by another child at an in-home daycare in Dearborn is furious guns were unlocked in the home. "With all the education about gun safety, why didn't they know to lock their guns up. Why? Who doesn't know to use a gun lock with children around?" said the grandmother of one of the young children shot. Her 3-year-old grandson was shot in the shoulder when a child got ahold of a gun at the home in Dearborn and began playing with it, police said. He is recovering after the shooting. "My hope is he ...

Moscow Unveils A Monument To Mikhail Kalashnikov, The AK-47’s Designer
Post Date: 2017-09-21 10:15:08 by Deckard
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A brand new statue of Mikhail Kalashnikov holding his signature AK-47 assault rifle was unveiled in Moscow on Tuesday. The statue commemorates one of Russia’s most renowned inventions. Kalashnikov is a staple name in Russia. The history of the rifle though began almost 100 years ago when its designer was born. The inventor of the world’s most famous rifle was born into a Siberian peasant family in 1919. He was mechanically minded and first aspired to design farm equipment. But World War II called him into the army and he was wounded in the 1941 battle of Bryansk. While he was in the hospital recovering, he heard other soldiers saying their weapons were ...

Should You Tell the Cops You Have a Gun?
Post Date: 2017-09-16 18:55:57 by Deckard
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The fatal shooting of Philando Castile last year by a Minnesota police officer reinvigorated an old debate about how people who are licensed to carry a concealed weapon (CCW) should handle interactions with the cops. The officer, who was acquitted of manslaughter in June, panicked during a traffic stop after Castile, a CCW licensee, told him he was armed. Some gun owners argue that disclosure is considerate and prudent, while others worry it will escalate a routine traffic stop into a tense, unpleasant, and possibly life-threatening encounter. But virtually everyone agrees it's important to know the relevant legal requirements, which vary from state to state.

Janet Reno, American Saint
Post Date: 2017-09-15 07:47:08 by Deckard
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When former Attorney General Janet Reno died last November, the media heaped praise on her as if she had been justice incarnate. Reno had long enjoyed sainthood inside the Beltway; the Women’s Bar Association of the District of Columbia even created a Janet Reno Torchbearer Award. But Reno’s record of deceit, brutality, and power grabs should not be forgotten by any American who cares about freedom. Shortly after Reno became attorney general in 1993, she approved the FBI final assault on the Branch Davidians holed up in a rickety building outside of Waco, Texas. She went on Nightline the evening after 80 people died in a conflagration and announced, “I made the decision. ...

2 Years After CBP Took His Truck Because of a Few Forgotten Bullets, Still No Hearing
Post Date: 2017-09-14 07:10:16 by Deckard
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Gerardo Serrano was on his way to visit his cousin in Mexico when Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents at the border station in Eagle Pass, Texas, found a magazine containing five .380-caliber rounds in the center console of his pickup truck. Serrano, a U.S. citizen with a concealed-carry permit issued by Kentucky, said he did not realize the magazine was in the truck and offered to leave it behind as he continued on his journey. But as far as the CBP agents were concerned, those five cartridges made Serrano an international arms smuggler. Although he was never charged with a crime, the agents seized the truck, a 2014 Ford F-250. That was two years ago, and Serrano still has not been ...

Silent but deadly
Post Date: 2017-09-12 09:19:23 by Willie Green
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Gun industry eyes a sneaky and dangerous new revenue stream Republicans hide a rollback on the regulation of gun silencers inside an otherwise innocuous federal lands bill Donald Trump campaigned on the claim that he would be a “law and order” president, and the 2016 Republican platform called for more “gratitude and support” for law enforcement and expressed concern over “the murder rate soaring in our great cities.” (That last part, at least, was pretty much a fabrication.) Despite that high-minded rhetoric, congressional Republicans are pushing forward with a stealth bill that will make life easier for contract killers, and make it more dangerous for ...

10 Dumbest Gun Control Laws That Need To Be Repealed Right Away
Post Date: 2017-09-12 05:44:38 by Deckard
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Gun grabbers will try anything to limit our constitutionally protected right to keep and bear arms. While we appear to be taking back ground lost in previous decades–usually with data to prove that new laws have done nothing to make us any safer–there are a handful of laws in place that are particularly stupid. Today, let’s take a look at those laws and just why they need to be killed. What this is not is an in-depth, legalese description of these laws, just a brief overview. I am not an attorney, after all. 1. The Hughes Amendment This was something tacked on to an otherwise pro-gun bill during the Reagan Era. Even if you’re unfamiliar with the name, if you’re a ...

U.S. Virgin Islands Allows National Guard To Seize Guns, Ammo Ahead Of Hurricane Irma
Post Date: 2017-09-05 21:59:58 by Hondo68
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Satellite image of Tropical Storm Irma pictured here in the Eastern Atlantic Ocean on August 30, 2017. NASA/NOAA /Goddard Rapid Response Team/Handout via REUTERS U.S. Virgin Islands Gov. Kenneth Mapp signed an emergency order allowing the seizure of private guns, ammunition, explosives and property the National Guard may need to respond to Hurricane Irma. Mapp signed the order Monday in preparation for Hurricane Irma. The order allows the Adjutant General of the Virgin Islands to seize private property they believe necessary to protect the islands, subject to approval by the territory’s Justice Department. Mapp issued an emergency declaration Tuesday and mobilized National Guard ...

It fascinates me when people say, “Why won’t gun owners compromise?”
Post Date: 2017-08-23 01:48:31 by Stoner
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Let me throw a document into the equation: The Constitution. Yeah, yeah, old news. You’ve heard it a million times. Well, when the Constitution says “bear arms,” during the period in which it was signed, it meant bear any kind of weapon. Civilians owned the cannons, not the government. Every man had a rifle. His own. It was either a family heirloom or a tool used to ensure survival. No one dared take a man’s livelihood. What’s the difference today? Well, most people don’t own cannons. Civies don’t own tanks, helicopters, stealth fighters, or cruise missiles. So what are we left with? Rifles, pistols, in rare cases grenade launchers (which launch ...

Black Matriarch Demonstrates The Moral Myopia of Black Females [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2017-08-19 20:08:36 by Tooconservative
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Background: 28-year-old Michael Renard Grace Jr. and two accomplices entered a Pizza Hut in Charlotte, NC, with the purpose of robbing the establishment. Grace was armed. An employee in the restaurant saw Grace and his accomplices robbing the store and fired on Grace, killing him. The accomplices fled the scene. Just another day in the life, right? Oh no. The black matriarch who raised Michael Renard Grace Jr. to rob fast food restaurants has to get her two cents in. This is a special treat for me, getting to intersect the Black Matriarchy with the corrective nature of the 2nd Amendment. I’m positively giddy. “What is the policy of employees having guns on the premises?” ...

NYC to Gun-Owning Tourists: Drop Dead
Post Date: 2017-08-09 09:29:42 by Deckard
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Have a gun license? Plan to bring your gun to my hometown? Don't. Mean New York authorities will make your life miserable. Patricia Jordan and her daughter flew here from her home state of Georgia. She wanted her gun nearby for protection. Jordan obeyed all the Transportation Security Administration's rules: She put her gun in a locked TSA-approved case with its bullets separate. She informed the airline that she had a gun. The airline had no problem with that. In New York City, she kept the gun locked in her hotel room. She never needed it, but her daughter told me, "I was glad she brought it just in case something did happen." When leaving the city, Jordan followed ...

What A Backyard Submachine Gun Can Teach Us About Gun Laws
Post Date: 2017-08-08 21:35:42 by Tooconservative
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Gun rights advocates have said for years that you will never remove firearms from the streets. This is a fact perfectly illustrated by the Paris terrorist attacks in both 2015 and earlier this year. In both assaults, terrorists were able to get their hands on fully automatic weapons and unleash havoc on unsuspecting people. But what if the gun control advocates had a way to make sure they could get every single gun in this country not in police or military hands? What if they could guarantee that they could take every gun off our streets? For most Second Amendment advocates, it wouldn’t matter, but let’s play with this idea for a bit to make a broader point. In 1998, a British ...

Anybody Can Fire This 'Locked' (Dumb) Smart Gun With $15 Worth of Magnets
Post Date: 2017-07-30 19:22:05 by Hondo68
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For gun control advocates, a "smart" gun that only its owner can fire has promised an elusive ideal: If your phone or PC can remain locked until you prove your identity, why not your lethal weapon? Now, for the first time, a skilled hacker has taken a deep look into the security mechanisms of one leading example of those authenticated firearms. He's found that if smart guns are going to become a reality, they'll need to be smarter than this one.At the Defcon hacker conference later this week, a hacker who goes by the pseudonym Plore plans to show off a series of critical vulnerabilities he found in the Armatix IP1, a smart gun whose German manufacturer Armatix has claimed ...

Anthony Scaramucci Expected to Be Named White House Communications Director
Post Date: 2017-07-22 01:14:31 by Hondo68
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The Trump administration is expected to name former Trump transition team official Anthony Scaramucci as White House communications director, four sources in and close to the White House told NBC News Thursday. The news of the expected appointment was first reported by Axios. A White House official said the move is expected to be announced Friday. Scaramucci did not immediately respond to a request for comment. A different White House official described Scaramucci to NBC News as a "total professional" with the respect of President Donald Trump. Scaramucci was a supporter of Trump's during the campaign, dealing with fundraising and appearing on cable TV as a frequent ...

Machine Guns, Swords, And Tanks: This Colorado Man Definitely Has More Guns Than You
Post Date: 2017-06-28 12:57:47 by Deckard
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Because of America’s fierce reputation for being a heavily armed nation, it would probably surprise most foreigners to learn that the majority of American’s don’t own any firearms. And of the people who are gun owners, most only own a couple of firearms. What makes America such a heavily armed nation are the private collections belonging to “super-owners” (who gun control advocates love to complain about). This demographic, which amounts to 3% of the population, owns half of the firearms in the United States. Each person in this group owns an average of 17 guns. That may sound impressive, but there’s another level of gun ownership that blows those numbers out ...

Clarence Thomas: ‘Improbable’ that 2nd Amendment Only Protects Carrying a Gun in Your Home
Post Date: 2017-06-27 18:20:53 by cranky
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In his dissent to the Supreme Court of the United State’s (SCOTUS) June 26 announcement that it would not review Peruta v. California, Justice Clarence Thomas contended he finds it “improbable” that the Second Amendment only protects a right to carry a gun in one’s own home. Peruta has become on the focal point of opposition to California’s “good cause” requirement for issuance of concealed carry permits. On January 12, 2017, Breitbart News reported that SCOTUS was asked to review Peruta in hopes of securing a ruling in support of the fundamental right to bear arms. Petitioners specifically wanted SCOTUS to rule “whether the Second Amendment ...

Justices Thomas and Gorsuch: Supreme Court Should Take More Second Amendment Cases
Post Date: 2017-06-27 15:21:11 by cranky
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Gun owners were disappointed Monday when the U.S. Supreme Court declined to take perhaps the highest-profile Second Amendment case in the country right now: Peruta v. California. Justices Clarence Thomas and Neil Gorsuch share those gun owners’ disappointment, declaring the need for the nation’s highest court to require adherence to its Second Amendment precedents. The Supreme Court has only decided two cases on the right to keep and bear arms: D.C. v. Heller and McDonald v. Chicago. Both involved a law-abiding citizen seeking a handgun in his home for personal protection. Peruta took a logical next step, involving an elderly law-abiding citizen who wanted the opportunity to ...

3600 Yard Shot HCR 375 CheyTac
Post Date: 2017-06-24 16:50:09 by cranky
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Canadian sniper's bullet flew for ten seconds at speed of 792mph: Soldier even had to account for the Earth's curvature as he killed jihadi from two miles away with shot so powerful it can hit a target through walls
Post Date: 2017-06-23 07:28:30 by cranky
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A Canadian soldier took out the fanatic from a tall building two miles away during an IS attack on Iraqi forcesThe man was so far away that the bullet took almost ten seconds to reach its target and travelled at 792mphThe elite sniper broke a recond and has earned himself a place in history after killing the Islamic State jihadiA sniper has earned a place in military history by killing an Islamic State jihadi from more than two miles away.The elite Canadian soldier took out the fanatic from a high-rise building during an operation in Iraq last month, it emerged yesterday.He was so far away that the bullet took almost ten seconds to reach its target. A military source said the shot was taken ...

NRA Spokesman Colion Noir: “Castile Should Be Alive.”
Post Date: 2017-06-21 10:30:34 by Deckard
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The NRA’s top players are still silent and for the most part, excusing themselves from the mess created by the death of Philando Castile. But now one prominent NRA spokesman has come out, and he thinks Castile should be alive. As mentioned by The Daily Sheeple yesterday, the NRA did make an announcement shortly after word broke of another police officer involved shooting. Considering Castile notified the police officer, Jeronimo Yanez, that he was armed, the NRA likely felt it was a gun issue, and it’s certainly looking like that’s the case. Yanez was found not guilty on Friday in what was obvious to most as a murder. In case it was missed yesterday, The Daily ...

Seattle gun tax update: Sales way down, shootings way up
Post Date: 2017-06-17 13:33:42 by Tooconservative
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Do you happen to recall this story out of Washington state that we covered here last year? It dealt with a steep tax on firearms and ammunition levied in Seattle, ostensibly intended to fund research into the effects of gun violence. It went into effect in 2016, receiving great applause from gun grabbing groups around the nation. But after nearly a year of being in place, the city was refusing to release any figures on how much money the tax had brought in nor what impact, if any, it was having on gun violence. More time has passed and the city’s elected officials still aren’t in the mood to discuss it, but as Fox News reports this week, some of the results are impossible to ...

VIDEO: Suspect Draws Gun, Gets Shot Multiple Times in Store Where Everyone Was Armed
Post Date: 2017-06-10 09:17:17 by cranky
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A robbery suspect in Brazil entered a convenience store and drew his gun, only to be shot multiple times in a situation in which everyone was armed. Concealed Nation reports that the patrons were all off-duty police who were in the store shopping. Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) from LiveLeak shows four individuals in plain clothes standing in line to check out when a door opens and the would-be robber enters the business with his gun drawn. The robber is shot immediately by one of the off-duty officers who is off-camera at first, then comes into the picture when the robber goes down. The other men all draw their guns as well, some pointing at the robber and others walking toward the door ...

Police: Man staying at DC's Trump International Hotel faces charges after weapons found in vehicle
Post Date: 2017-05-31 16:57:13 by Hondo68
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WASHINGTON - D.C. Police say a tip reported to authorities in Pennsylvania led them to arrest a man staying at the Trump International Hotel in Washington on weapons and ammunition charges.43-year-old Bryan Moles of Edinboro, Pennsylvania, was taken into custody at the hotel around 1 a.m. Wednesday.At a news conference, D.C. Police Chief Peter Newsham said that they were alerted by Pennsylvania State Police around 12:30 a.m. that Moles was traveling to the District, possibly to the Trump Hotel in downtown D.C., and was armed with weapons.Police officers and Secret Service agents quickly responded and located Moles’ vehicle in the hotel’s garage. An explosive scan of the car turned ...

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