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Gun control roundup

For once I agree with liberals. It’s high time to have a conversation about guns. Let’s start with the problem that there are far too few guns on our streets.

Wait, we can’t have that conversation. In fact, we’re not supposed to have what people might commonly describe as a “conversation” at all. We’re supposed to shut-up and listen as liberals, barely masking their unseemly delight at the opportunity, try to pin the murder rampage of one degenerate creep on millions of law-abiding Americans who did nothing wrong. The conversation is then supposed to end with us waiving our fundamental right to self-defense.

A gun-carrying Flagstaff man is being credited with helping stop a bank robbery suspect.

Dave Young was driving up to the Arizona Central Credit Union branch  when he saw a friend's son trying to stop a man jumping over a fence.

U.S. Joins More Dictators on U.N. Human Rights Council

While the United States pours billions of dollars annually into the famously corrupt United Nations, the world body's laughable Human Rights Council welcomes even more of the globe's violators to its list of disgraceful members.

It would be funny if it wasn't so pathetic. For years the U.S. boycotted the U.N. Human Rights Council over the membership of the world's worst human rights violators, but President Obama joined in 2009. This week the U.S. signed up for another three-year term on the panel, which includes renowned human rights violators like China, Cuba, Russia and Saudi Arabia.

The world body also added more than a dozen new members this week, including several countries that are known for trampling on human rights. Among them are Venezuela, Pakistan and Kazakhstan. The U.N. welcomed them even though two vetting groups determined they were to serve based on the U.N.'s own voting records and domestic rights protections.


:   11/7/2012

BELLEVUE, WA – Less than 24 hours after winning re-election, President Barack Obama’s administration joined with China, France, Germany and the United Kingdom, and more than 150 other governments, in supporting renewed debate on the proposed United Nations Arms Trade Treaty, confirming the worst fears of the American gun rights community.

The vote came at the U.N. General Assembly’s meeting of the First Committee on Disarmament at the world organization’s headquarters in New York City.

“It’s obvious that our warnings over the past several months have been true,” said Alan Gottlieb, founder and executive vice president of the Second Amendment Foundation. “The election was called about 11 p.m. Tuesday and by 11 a.m. this morning, we got word that the United States was supporting this resolution. We have to be more vigilant in our efforts to stop this proposed treaty.”

SAF Operations Director Julianne Versnel, who has been back and forth to the United Nations over this proposal, said the fight is not finished. The measure will be considered for finalization in March 2013.

“We will continue to monitor this issue and oppose any effort to enforce a global gun control measure,” she stated.

Amnesty International issued a statement Wednesday lauding passage of the resolution, saying the treaty will protect human rights.

Feinstein making a move to not only ban the sale of weapons, but to confiscate them?

The election is over, Obama stays in the White House, and there is no longer a need to hide agendas.  They are going to go all-in.

Earlier this morning I read a post on Facebook that wholesalers are increasing ammo prices by 40%, probably by the end of today.  Now there is .  Not only would it make pistol grips, high-cap magazines, and sales of currently held weapons, but it would also eliminate any grandfathering.  In essence, if you don't turn in your firearms and they (or their components) appear on the arbitrarily determined list of evil, you will be breaking the law.

Ron Paul has said "The Second amendment is not about hunting deer or keeping a pistol in your nightstand. It is not about protecting oneself against common criminals. It is about preventing tyranny."  I actually think it is all of the above, with the latter raising it's ugly head with mcuh more confidence now.

We’re all aware of the restrictive gun laws in the State of California which require low capacity magazines for handguns, fixed magazines for “assault” rifles, and a whole lot of running around just to be granted the right to carry a concealed firearm.

National Guard whistleblower: Preppers will be treated like terrorists

The timing is interesting considering the east coast is completely void of any supplies in the wake of hurricane Sandy.  If you didn't plan ahead, you'd be screwed.  Of course if you do plan too far ahead, you may also be screwed.  SHTFPlan has :

“I do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic…”

So begins the Oath of Enlistment for the U.S. military, but in an explosive interview with a National Guard whistleblower shown below, soldiers are now being advised they will be ordered to break that oath should civil unrest erupt across the country.

Referred to only as “Soldier X” under promise of anonymity, an Army National Guardsman spoke via phone with Infowars Nightly News Producer Rob Dew regarding a recent briefing his unit underwent on actions the military would take in the event that an Obama election loss sparked rioting in America’s streets.

Absolutely Uncertain

Seen at .

Any Jew or supporter of Israel who would even consider voting to reelect Obama needs to hear from Irina, a liberal Jewish New Yorker who woke up and smelled the coffee:


American parents losing the right to raise their kids

Several news stories seem to indicate that America’s moms and dads are losing ground in the effort to raise their children as they see fit. To wit:

In Rhode Island, the Cranston school district announced it was banning father-daughter and mother-son events because a complaint from the American Civil Liberties Union indicated they violate state law. The civil rights group filed on behalf of a single mother who said her daughter suffered discrimination because she doesn’t have a daddy with whom she can attend the daddy-daughter dance.

“This is 2012 and [public schools] should not be in the business of fostering blatant gender stereotypes,” Steven Brown of the Rhode Island ACLU was reported to have said.

Which blatant gender stereotype is that? While single parent families are unfortunate in a lot of cases, it happens. I don't see the reason to cancel dances. How about adding a father/son or mother/daughter social that celebrates those relationships as well?

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by Dr. Radut