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Paris vs. Texas Attacks: An Armed Society Can Protect Its Own! (Gun Control Kills)

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Published on: May 4, 2015

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Here is a description of the Paris Islamic Attacks against Charlie Hebdo, a Parisisan comedy magazine that held a “Mohammed” cartoon contest. From the International Business Times:

The brutal attack that led to the death of at least 12 satirical Charlie Hebdo newspaper journalists/cartoonists on Wednesday had put France into a hotseat. Masked, black-clad killers were able to carry and flaunt Kalashnikov AK-47 assault rifles in a nation that has one of the toughest gun control laws in the whole world, far stricter even than in the U.S.

French President Francois Hollande called the deadly assault a terrorist attack. Apart from the journalists/cartoonists, also included among the fatalities were police officers. They were the first respondents to the crime scene. Naturally, because of France’s strict gun control laws, they arrived on the scene on pushbikes and unarmed. “If the people so violently shot down in Paris had guns, at least they would have had a fighting chance. Isn’t it interesting that the tragedy in Paris took place in one of the toughest gun control countries in the world? Remember, when guns are outlawed, only outlaws will have guns!” American businessman Donald Trump tweeted after the incident.

Contrast that with a description of how armed citizens with CCWs were able to kill the Islamic terrorists and prevent them from potentially blowing up a building hosting a “Mohammed Cartoon Contest” inside. From foxnews.com:

Two armed men were killed after opening fire on a security guard outside an exhibit of artistic depictions of the Muslim prophet Muhammad in suburban Dallas Sunday evening.

The city of Garland said in a statement posted on its Facebook page that the men drove up to the Curtis Culwell Center and began shooting at the security officer. Garland Police Department officers returned fire, killing both gunmen, the statement said.

The Garland Independent School District identified the wounded security officer as Bruce Joiner in a statement. The statement added that Joiner was shot in the ankle, was treated and released from a local hospital.

Leftist fools ridiculed the notion that an armed society could have prevented the Charlie Hebdo attacks. Don’t believe me? You can go here, here or here and see for yourself!

Libtards can’t run away from their own words. The proof is right in front of their ugly faces.

Armed guards with CCWs KILLED terrorists and stopped the slaughter of hundreds. Unarmed French police and citizens were MURDERED with nothing standing in the way of the terrorists.

The anti-gun trash were wrong and we were right. God bless an armed United States of America. Gun prohibitionists are scum and are enemies of mankind.

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John Lott: The same people who want disarm police also want to disarm poor blacks

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As Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder complained: “(The National Guard) were kept away at the crucial time while Ferguson burned.”

Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore went further on Thursday and called for police to be disarmed, but even he acknowledged that private gun ownership could help protect people.

Citizens in Baltimore and Ferguson were on their own. Not surprisingly, during the weeks in early November before the St. Louis County grand jury released its verdict, gun sales in the Ferguson area went up about sixfold.

But poor blacks in Maryland simply can’t rush out to get guns. Politicians in Maryland have made it virtually impossible for law-abiding civilians, particularly poor individuals, to get a concealed handgun permit.

2 Islamic Terrorists Shot Dead After Shooting at Armed Security in Texas (Don’t Mess With Texas!)

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Two gunmen were killed Sunday after opening fire on a security officer outside a provocative contest for cartoon depictions of Prophet Muhammad in Texas and a bomb squad was called in to search their vehicle as a precaution, authorities said.

The men drove up to the Curtis Culwell Center in the Dallas suburb of Garland as the contest was scheduled to end and began shooting at a security officer, the City of Garland said in a statement. Garland police officers returned fire, killing the men.

“Because of the situation of what was going on today and the history of what we’ve been told has happened at other events like this, we are considering their car (is) possibly containing a bomb,” Officer Joe Harn, a spokesman for the Garland Police Department, said at a news conference.

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Woman to become NY firefighter despite failing crucial fitness test

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Published on: May 3, 2015

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The FDNY for the first time in its history will allow someone who failed its crucial physical-fitness test to join the Bravest, The Post has learned.

Rebecca Wax, 33, is set to graduate Tuesday from the Fire Academy without passing the Functional Skills Training test, a grueling obstacle course of job-related tasks performed in full gear with a limited air supply, an insider has revealed.

“They’re going to allow the first person to graduate without passing because this administration has lowered the standard,” said the insider, who is familiar with the training.

Upon graduation, Wax would be assigned to a firehouse and tasked with the full duties of a firefighter.

Some FDNY members are angry.

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Dirtbag Sharpton Holds ‘Thanksgiving’ Rally In NYC Following Charges Against Baltimore Cops

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Family members of Eric Garner joined the Rev. Al Sharpton at a New York City “rally of thanksgiving” for the charges brought against six Baltimore police officers in the death of Freddie Gray.

Garner’s mother, widow and daughter sat silently behind Sharpton as he spoke on Saturday in Manhattan.

Sharpton said the non-indictment in the Eric Garner case, even with a video tape, shows the system is broken, 1010 WINS’ Derricke Dennis reported.

“We cannot continue this random ‘let’s see what a prosecutor and a county and politics is going to do,’” Sharpton said.

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GoFundMe Pulls Page For #Baltimore Cops, But They Leave Up Page Raising Money For Looters

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Go Fund Me pulled the page that the Baltimore Fraternal Order of Police had put up to support the officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray. The reasoning was because they had been charged with crimes, which violated the Go Fund Me rules.

It allegedly violated this provision:

“Campaigns in defense of formal charges or claims of heinous crimes, violent, hateful, sexual or discriminatory acts”

So then why is this page still up?

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The Great American Traveling Riot Circus (Perp Nation)

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To entertain the citizens of Rome, circular arenas – circuses — were built to house staged events of various sorts, including the slaughter of Christians. After Rome fell, itinerant performers took their shows on the road offering somewhat less grand, but still popular, entertainments.

In the United States for the past few years the traveling inner city riots seem to be playing the same role with their own stock characters.

There are the young men who died in the course of criminal acts, portrayed at first by the media as innocent children who later turn out to have extensive rap sheets; the cops brought to the scene for gladiatorial type contests with stone throwing mobs; the press chasing, and sometimes by their presence and words, encouraging the staged battles; and an army of pundits seeing in the chaos whatever visions they project onto it. In the rear of the tent organizing the events are leftwing agitators, Black Muslims, and anarchists who show up with preprinted T-shirts and placards and plaintiffs’ counsels and race baiters stirring the pot for their share of whatever settlements they can get for representing the aggrieved family (who generally seem not to have paid much attention to the deceased when he lived).

Highest Ranking Cold War Defector: The KGB Invented ‘Liberation Theology’

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Published on: May 2, 2015

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In a startling new interview, a 3-star general and former head of Communist Romania’s secret police who defected to the United States in 1978, claims that the Theology of Liberation was the creation of the KGB, who exported it to Latin America as a way of introducing Marxism into the continent.

Ion Mihai Pacepa has been called “the Cold War’s most important defector,” and after his defection, the Romanian government under Nicolae Ceausescu placed two death sentences and a $2 million bounty on his head. During the more than ten years that Pacepa worked with the CIA, he made what the agency described as “an important and unique contribution to the United States.”

He is reported in fact to have given the CIA “the best intelligence ever obtained on communist intelligence networks and internal security services.”

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GOA: Jeb Bush Wants 11 Million (Mostly Anti-gun) Illegals to Remain in the Country

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Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush declared Wednesday that 11 million immigrants in the country illegally should have an opportunity to stay, wading yet again into his party’s contentious immigrant debate.

In tone and substance, Bush stands out among the many Republicans lining up for the GOP’s next presidential primary, where conservatives who oppose an immigration overhaul often hold outsized influence. As he moves toward a presidential campaign, the brother and son of former presidents has not backed away from his defense of immigrants in the country illegally and a policy that would allow them to attain legal status under certain conditions.

“We’re a nation of immigrants,” Bush said at the National Christian Hispanic Leadership Conference that brought several hundred Hispanic evangelical leaders to Houston this week. “This is not the time to abandon something that makes us special and unique.”

A successful immigration overhaul is more than simply strengthening the border, Bush said, referring to “11 million people that should come out from the shadows and receive earned legal status.” He said such immigrants should be required to pay taxes, work and not receive government benefits.

Republicans have struggled to win over the nation’s surging Hispanic population in recent years.

Not since the 2004 re-election campaign of President George W. Bush, Jeb’s older brother, has a Republican presidential candidate earned as much as 40 percent of the Hispanic vote. Mitt Romney earned a dismal 27 percent in losing what was widely considered a winnable 2012 contest.

Bush’s mother and father, former President George. H.W. Bush and first lady Barbara Bush, were on hand for the speech.

It was Jeb Bush’s second Hispanic outreach event this week. He spent Tuesday campaigning in Puerto Rico, a U.S. territory that will hold a presidential primary contest, yet is not included in the Electoral College that decides the general election.

At both stops, Bush moved seamlessly from English to Spanish in remarks that highlighted his deep personal connections to Hispanic culture.

He opened his Houston speech in Spanish, referring to the crowd of Hispanic Christians as “the hope of this country.” And as he often does in public appearances, Bush recounted the story of meeting his Mexican-born wife, Columba, while studying in Mexico.

It was Columba’s influence, he said, that pushed him to obtain a degree in Latin American studies and later spend roughly two years living in Venezuela early in his business career. Bush converted to Catholicism after moving to Miami.

The Democratic allied group, EMILY’s List, issued a statement shortly before Bush’s appearance charging that his platform “hinders the ability for Latinas to make personal health choices and their economic security.” Bush, his advisers said, say he supports efforts to strip federal financing from Planned Parenthood because of its connection to abortion services.

To be sure, Bush is not completely in step with activists who want accommodations made for people illegally in the U.S. Like other Republican presidential prospects, he has said he would overturn President Barack Obama’s executive order shielding millions of immigrants from deportation.

Yet Bush was received warmly by the Hispanic crowd in Houston. He was introduced as someone who understands Hispanic culture and literally speaks its language. Of the large field of likely Republican White House prospects, only Florida Sen. Marco Rubio also speaks fluent Spanish.

Bush said the nation’s economy depends on a restructured immigration system. “This country does not do well when people lurk in the shadows,” Bush said. “This country does spectacularly well when everybody can pursue their God-given abilities.”

Organizers say Rubio was invited to address the conference, but declined because of a scheduling conflict. Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee was scheduled to appear Wednesday night.


Ed. Note: According to a Pew poll that was reported on in The Washington Post in July, 2013, illegal immigrants, if given citizenship, would vote for liberal, anti-gun candidates by an 8-to-1 margin.

(From Gun Owners of America)

Anti-Gunner Repeats Silly “NRA Insurrection” Smear

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Published on: May 2, 2015

If Josh Horwitz, of the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence were a comedian–and we aren’t saying he isn’t one–it would be high time for someone to tell him to “get some new material.” Last week, for the umpteenth time, Horwitz portrayed NRA as the nation’s leading advocate of “insurrection.”

Even at cursory glance, the tiresome Horwitz allegation should raise the eyebrow of anyone familiar with the gun control debate. After all, the NRA is widely recognized as supporting an armed citizenry–otherwise known as the well-regulated militia–the purposes of which, as the Supreme Court noted in District of Columbia v. Heller (2008), include “suppressing insurrections,” not encouraging them.

Horwitz knows that, of course. What bothers him is the fact that the NRA and 65 percent of the American people recognize that one of the reasons that the Second Amendment protects the right to keep and bear arms is to enable the people, if necessary, to perform another militia role noted in Heller–resisting tyranny.

Horwitz and other gun control supporters like him absolutely cringe at the thought of people resisting tyranny. It could hardly be any other way. For one thing, as history has shown, resisting tyranny could require the thing that gun control supporters most despise–guns! And then there’s the fact that the American Revolution was sparked by the very thing Horwitz longs for–gun control! On top of that, gun control supporters are starting to realize that tyranny is their only hope of achieving their most radical gun control goals, since public opinion, as demonstrated by recent Pew and Gallup polls, is shifting against them and Americans’ gun purchases are soaring.

Since he doesn’t seem to have anything else to write about, Horwitz is probably already drafting his next “NRA insurrection” rabble-rouser as we speak. So here are some facts he might want to include.

The NRA was founded by Army officers. Retired military officers and former U.S. president U.S. Grant have served as NRA’s presidents. A retired Marine Corps officer served as NRA Secretary from 1994 until earlier this year. And, we’re particularly proud to note, NRA members and employees have served their country in the world wars, Korea, Vietnam, Desert Storm, the Global War on Terrorism and other conflicts.

NRA’s Law Enforcement Division instructors teach more than 2,000 law enforcement agency and military firearm instructors annually. Law enforcement and military personnel participate in the annual NRA Rifle and Pistol Championships at Camp Perry, Ohio, and in the annual NRA National Police Shooting Championships in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Our membership magazines feature articles by distinguished military veterans, such as this Introduction to the AR-15 by retired Army Special Forces Sgt. Major Kyle Lamb. NRA has fought (easy Josh, we mean that metaphorically) on Capitol Hill to protect active duty military personnel with respect to the privacy of their and their families’ gun ownership. The NRA supports the Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act, under which certain active and retired law enforcement officers are able to carry concealed firearms for protection outside their home states. And if Horwitz needs anything else along these lines, he can call the NRA’s Research and Information Division, and ask to speak to its former prosecutor, its former federal officer, its former Capitol Hill staffer, or its former Army NCO, all of whom can refer him to numerous other former government, law enforcement and military personnel on staff in the building.

The NRA isn’t feared for the armaments owned by its employees and members, considerable though they may be. It’s feared for its political, legal, and grassroots clout. That lesson is apparently lost on Mr. Horwitz, to whom we can only say, You can stop right there. We’ve heard that one before.

Passage of H.R. 2028 Includes Right-to-Carry on Army Corps Land Provision

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This bill is designed to protect the rights of gun owners on lands owned or managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps). This legislation would help end the patchwork of firearm laws and regulations that govern different federal lands managed by different federal agencies.

On May 12, 2009, legislation was passed that greatly reduced restrictions on the possession of firearms for self-defense on National Park Service and National Wildlife Refuge System lands. Under this legislation, rules governing carry on those federal lands incorporate the laws of the state in which the lands are located. This greatly expanded the places where law-abiding Americans can legally carry firearms for self-defense. However, that change in the law did not include millions of acres of recreational land managed by the Corps. The Corps owns or manages over 11.7 million acres, including 400 lakes and river projects, 90,000 campsites and 4,000 miles of trails. H.R. 2028 would reverse the Corps’ policy and restore the right of law-abiding Americans to possess firearms for self-defense on Corps lands.

Anti-gun Researchers Discover Northeastern Police Chiefs Crave Power, Contend for Nobel Prize in “Well, Duh”

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The big brains over at the Harvard Injury Control Research Center outdid themselves last month by sharing the penetrating insight that people who have power want to keep it. A survey conducted by anti-gun researcher David Hemenway and former Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association President James G. Hicks, the results of which were published in the Journal of Public Health Policy, found that 90 percent of Massachusetts police chiefs favor keeping in place the current may-issue concealed carry permitting regime that gives them discretionary control over the issuance of permits. Sources claim (although we cannot yet confirm) that an unrelated Harvard survey of grade-schoolers will indicate that they approve of eating ice cream for dinner.

Under current Massachusetts law, the local police chief, or “licensing authority,” has discretion over the issuance of licenses to carry. This creates an unpredictable and unjust situation where a citizen’s constitutional rights are subject to the whims, hunches, and prejudices of a local government functionary. The absurdities of this regime are so acute that NRA’s Massachusetts state affiliate, Gun Owner’s Action League, provides a how-to section on writing a letter to justify one’s worthiness to exercise a liberty guaranteed by the Bill of Rights. That residents of Massachusetts are still groveling for basic human rights supposedly secured to all Americans since 1791 is a sad and ironic state of affairs.

Even worse, this abusive discretion was recently extended to the issuance of all firearm identification cards. This means that the Bay State’s police chiefs can now also bar a person from possessing shotguns and rifles in their own home based on arbitrary criteria.

Hemenway contends that the results of this survey vindicate discretionary permitting regimes, stating, “The evidence from our survey suggests that passing a federal background check may not always be enough to ensure that an individual does not pose a threat of violence to others or to themselves. Local police chiefs typically know more about the people in their community than does a national computer.” Apparently, Hemenway misconstrued Massachusetts for Mayberry RFD when analyzing his survey results.

Call it power-hungry, the bureaucratic imperative, or simply human nature, the fact that these law enforcement officials would be reluctant to give up a power they’ve long enjoyed hardly comes as a surprise. Certain chiefs may simply believe that their personal notion of public safety outweighs any constitutional deficiencies with the current system. Others, whether they would admit it or not, perhaps enjoy administering who gets what in “their” jurisdictions. Regardless, it’s a well-known truism that people, especially bureaucrats, would rather have more power than less.

The silliness of this survey, and the inflated significance Hemenway attaches to it, would be comical, were the piece not emblematic of the more serious issue of superficially respectable “doctors” and “universities” perverting whatever goodwill those titles still engender for purely political ends. Further, it comes at a time when the president and others are advocating for public funds to be used to study “gun violence.” If this is the sort of “insight” Americans can expect from “public health” research on firearms, it only underscores the necessity of the congressional funding prohibition Obama now seeks to ignore.

Chicago AR-15 Ban Upheld, Leftist Federal Appellate Court Uses “Feelings” to Justify It

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The U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals issued a decision on Monday allowing a Chicago-area gun and magazine ban to stand. Such bans are justifiable, according to the court, merely on the basis that they “may increase the public’s sense of safety.”

The case, Friedman v. Highland Park, was filed in 2013, and sought to invalidate a city ordinance that banned “assault weapons or large capacity magazines (those that can accept more than ten rounds).” Highland Park was one of several Chicago suburbs that hastily enacted municipal ordinances regulating or banning the possession of “assault weapons” before the state’s 2013 concealed carry law preempted home-rule authority to do so.

This week, in a 2-1 decision, a three-judge panel upheld the ban. According to the majority opinion, “A ban on assault weapons won’t eliminate gun violence in Highland Park, but it may reduce overall dangerousness of crime that does occur ….” Remarkably, the majority went on to suggest that even if the ban’s incursion on Second Amendment rights had no beneficial effect on safety whatsoever, it could still be justified on the basis of the false sense of security it might impart to local residents. “[I]f it has no other effect,” the majority wrote, “Highland Park’s ordinance may increase the public’s sense of safety. Mass shootings are rare, but they are highly salient, and people tend to overestimate the likelihood of salient events.”

The majority acknowledged that “assault weapons” can be beneficial for self-defense because they are lighter and more accurate than alternative options and can be wielded more effectively by householders. Yet they quickly threw their own logic aside to reassert the city’s interest in reducing perceived risk over the tangible benefits that that modern firearms provide to their owners. “If a ban on semiautomatic guns and large-capacity magazines reduces the perceived risk from a mass shooting, and makes the public feel safer as a result, that’s a substantial benefit,” the opinion argued.

Judge Daniel Anthony Manion dissented from the majority opinion. Manion forcefully and persuasively argued that the ruling opinion is “at odds with the central holdings in Heller and McDonald: that the Second Amendment protects a personal right to keep arms for lawful purposes, most notably for self-defense within the home.”

He went on to press the point that only individuals “make the ultimate decision for what constitutes the most effective means of defending one’s home, family, and property.” In stark contrast to the majority, Judge Manion was willing to recognize the constitutional dimensions that individual choice makes in the Second Amendment realm, just as it does with other fundamental rights. “Ultimately, it is up to the lawful gun owner and not the government to decide these matters,” he wrote.

Judge Manion’s reminder that when it comes to our fundamental rights, “The government recognizes these rights; it does not confer them,” cannot be overemphasized. Unfortunately, his colleagues refused to uphold their duty to recognize either the right at stake or Highland Park’s violation of it. Rest assured, however, that your NRA will continue the fight to see that injustice corrected.

Clinton Hires Anti-Gun Astroturfer for her “Grassroots” Campaign

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Despite already amassing an anti-gun track record that would make Michael Bloomberg proud, Democratic presidential nominee candidate Hillary Clinton appears intent on adding to it whenever possible. Last week brought the news that Clinton has hired gun control advocate Scott Hogan to run her “grassroots” campaign in Minnesota. Hogan formerly served as the Minnesota Director and Campaign Manager for Everytown for Gun Safety.

Hogan and his new employer clearly have a shared interest in restricting gun rights. However, in some ways Hogan is an odd choice to run a grassroots operation for the supposedly sophisticated Clinton campaign. The Bloomberg bank-rolled Everytown group is the epitome of political astroturf; and a rather transparent one at that.

Of course, considering how difficult it has been for Clinton to rebrand herself, experience creating a phony grassroots movement, no matter how unconvincing, could be just what the former Secretary of State is looking for.

This hire, along with her comments made within the last year advocating for gun bans, the criminalization of private transfers, and limitations on the Right-to-Carry suggest Clinton isn’t going to shy away from attacking America’s gun owners. Indeed, her public statements even betray a belief that mere pro-gun viewpoints are a type of thoughtcrime that “terrorizes” America. Clinton’s naked gun control advocacy stands in stark contrast to the electoral tactics of Barack Obama, who remained largely silent on gun control until he secured reelection. In order to maintain his façade of indifference to gun control, Obama restrained his most onerous anti-gun tendencies (for a time) in the name of political expediency. Clinton, who time and again publicly revels in her anti-gun views, would be under no such burden.

As a reminder to our readers, it is never too early to register to vote, or to inquire about how you can help ensure pro-gun candidates are victorious next election cycle. For more information on how you can register to vote, and information on other actions you can take to help secure our gun rights, please contact NRA-ILA’s Grassroots Division by visiting https://www.nraila.org/grassroots/, or by phone at 800-392-VOTE (8683).

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