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Moonbattery » Obama Resorting to United Nations to Attack Gun Rights

As we relax after the failure of the gun-grabbing bill in the Senate, America’s enemies are attacking our fundamental freedom by more deviant means — with help from their fellow authoritarian socialists at the United Nations. Comrade Obama will sign the UN’s “Small Arms Treaty” early next month.  has listed a few things this treaty would do to Americans:

Man killed in crash, passenger charged with DUI by consent

This one baffles me a bit.  What I can say is that being charged with a crime that someone else committed is wrong.  If driver and passenger were both under the influence, neither would likely not have been thinking straight enough to stop the other.  But it was the driver who committed the crime.  Yes, bad decisions were made.  Yes, each could have chosen a different way for themselves.  The driver paid with his life.  But there is no law against being driven while inebriated, right?

If this was a situation where a sober designated driver got into an accident, the passenger wouldn't be sited for wreckless driving by consent would they?  :

A suspected drunken driver was killed and his passenger was criminally charged following a crash in Grainger County, according to authorities.

Douglas Hurst, 43, of Arcadia, Fla., was killed when he pulled into the path of an oncoming vehicle shortly before 4 p.m. Saturday on U.S. Highway 11W in Bean Station, Tenn., according to a Tennessee Highway Patrol incident report.

Hurst was behind the wheel of a 2004 Pontiac Sunfire when he turned onto the highway at Lakeview Lane. The car was struck on its driver’s side by a southbound 1998 Ford van.

Hurst was not wearing a seat belt, and is suspected of being under the influence of both drugs and alcohol at the time, according to the incident report.

Gosnell attorney: Maybe a 16-week deadline for abortion and more regulation would be better

This was kind of a surprise.  Gosnell's attorney, still defending his client, makes a comment at the end of the interview saying that it would be better to have a 16 week limit to legal abotions and that they should be more regulated.  Found at :

I’m not going to comment too much on this except to say it seems… important and unexpected. Kermit Gosnell’s attorney, Jack McMahon, spends 8:30 minutes defending Gosnell, proving himself to be one of the few still willing to align themselves publicly with the former abortion doctor, convicted of three counts of first-degree murder of infants this month. Having spent so much time with a late-term abortion doctor and defending him even post-conviction, one assumes McMahon is among the most understanding and lenient toward the pro-choice position of just about anyone in the country.

Microstamping now mandatory for any new firearms in California?

As of 5/17/2013, looks like California is officially requiring microstamping on all new semi-auto firearms.  No stamp, not legal in Cali.  Read the memo at :

In 2007, Assembly Bill 1471 was passed and signed into law, requiring all semiautomatic pistols 

to be equipped with microstamping technology—“a microscopic array of characters that identify 

the make, model, and serial number of the pistol, etched or otherwise imprinted in two or more 

places on the interior surface or internal working parts of the pistol, and that are transferred by 

imprinting on each cartridge case when the firearm is fired.” (Pen. Code, § 31910, subd. 

(b)(7)(A).) The legislation further provided that this requirement becomes effective when the 

Department of Justice “certifies that the technology used to create the [microstamp] imprint is 

available to more than one manufacturer unencumbered by any patent restrictions.” (Ibid.) 

Certification of the Microstamping Technology 

On May 17, 2013, the Department of Justice issued a certification that the microstamping 

technology is available to more than one manufacturer unencumbered by any patent restrictions. 

A copy of the certification is attached to this bulletin. 

Official in charge of corrupt IRS department promoted - to top ObamaCare enforcer

Read the whole thing at :

If you haven’t tuned President Empty Chair out completely, you may recall him making some absurdly tough noises about cleaning house at the IRS and firing some top officials.  It has now been confirmed by multiple sources, including , that one of those officials – Acting IRS Commissioner Steven Miller – was due to leave in June anyway.  He’s not being “fired” at all; he’s leaving on schedule.

But Obama looked America right in the eye and lied through his teeth about demanding Miller’s resignation.  That’s almost a scandal unto itself, isn’t it?  Shouldn’t reporters be swarming Obama and demanding to know why he made such misleading statements about sacking the IRS commissioner?  Or will the excuse be that Obama was once again clueless about what was going on at the IRS, and only discovered Miller was due to leave anyway when he read the newspapers last night?  Would even the true Obama dead-enders be stupid enough to believe that about an IRS official whose appointment is directly controlled by the President?

U.S. Military Grants Itself the Authority to Deploy Troops in American Cities Without Presidential or Local Approval

The summary is this: the DoD published an update to US code outlining military power during civil unrest.

It was slightly altered during a  which now grants the military authority to unilaterally declare martial law without presidential approval.

Many sections outline plans and policies for a martial law scenario, and should be  by any American worried about a hostile police state.  The whole article can be read at :

Most worrying is that the examples given as possible reasons for when the military would need to use their, “emergency authority,” are so broad and open to interpretation that it essentially gives them the power to declare martial law whenever they choose.

A recent piece published by the Long Island Press on the repercussions of these “subtle” changes to the US code.

The lines blurred even further Monday as a new dynamic was introduced to the militarization of domestic law enforcement.

Mother forced to pay spousal support to man convicted of raping her daughter

This is one of those laws that nullification or amendment is made for.  Astoundingly ridiculous.  Found at :

A mother who was forced to pay spousal support to the ex-husband who was convicted of raping her daughter is speaking out to CBS2.

“Every time I wrote that check, I cried because I felt like I was paying the man that raped my daughter,” Carol Abar told CBS2′s Andrea Fujii.

Carol married Ed Abar in 1991, when her daughter, who wishes to remain unidentified, was 9 years old.

When Carol found out about the abuse, she divorced Ed, but the legal system wasn't done with her yet.

Since Carol made more money than Abar, she was forced to pay alimony—$1,300 a month.

“The judge told me I had no proof. It was my word against him,” said Carol.

...

In all, Carol paid $22,000 to Abar until last year, when Abar struck a plea deal and pleaded guilty to one of the five rape charges. He was sentenced to more than a year in jail.

A judge then temporarily stopped the spousal support.

Now out of jail, Abar has filed to reinstate the support, according to Brian Uhl, Carol’s attorney.

“He’s asking not just to resume the existing support of $1,300 a month, but he’s asking for what amounts to approximately $33,000 in past due support and that too is a miscarriage of justice,” said Uhl.

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