• Bob Owens: But the State will protect you! (Gov’t Will Let You Die…)

    Huffington Post writer Monica Bauer claims that she has “A New Argument for Gun Control,” but sounds like the same old worn-out lies to me.

    The gun lobby frames the gun control debate using overheated rhetoric about rights that sound suspiciously like an appeal to masculinity; real men don’t let anyone take away their guns. How childish. Real men don’t need guns to be powerful. It’s time we put this argument in it’s proper perspective: ready access to guns is, in the terminology of Catholic dogma (but logical to anybody who can think) an occasion of sin. If you want to avoid committing a sin, stay away from the immediate temptation. It’s a pretty foolproof method. If you don’t want to gain weight, stay away from the cookie section of the supermarket. If it’s not in your kitchen cabinet when you’re hungry, it’s far less likely to end up on your hips.

    Bauer’s argument is that you shouldn’t have individual rights, because there is a danger you might use them irresponsibly. This isn’t a new argument. It’s the exact same mindset that has championed tyranny, democide, and ruin since the beginning of human history.

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  • Chairman of NY College’s Criminal Justice and Homeland Security Program Snorts Heroin & Dies!

    After taking four lines of heroin, SUNY Broome Community College professor Wesley Warren’s face turned pale, and he passed out on his basement couch.

    It was nearly 2 a.m. Feb. 9, and a friend who witnessed it dialed 911 after his own efforts to awaken the 49-year-old man proved unsuccessful. Emergency responders arrived at Warren’s home at 15 Jennifer Lane in Apalachin, and found him lying on his back. By 2:20 a.m., his death was confirmed.

    That account, provided to Tioga County Sheriff’s deputies by the man who witnessed the incident at Warren’s home, was included in police documents obtained by the Press & Sun-Bulletin through a Freedom of Information Law request.

    Warren, a professor of nearly eight years at SUNY Broome, had served as chairman of the college’s Criminal Justice and Homeland Security program. He was a former police officer and New York state-certified criminal investigator.

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  • Round Up (Tens of Thousands of) Gun Registration Scofflaws, Rants Hartford Courant Editorial Board

    A bit of military wisdom has it that you should never give an order you know won’t be obeyed. Issuing such an order accomplishes nothing except to undermine your authority and expose the extent to which, no matter what enforcement mechanisms are in place, you rely upon voluntary compliance. But now that Connecticut’s resident class of politically employed cretins has awoken to the fact that, in their state, like everywhere else, people overwhelmingly disobey orders to register their weapons, they’re acting like this is a shocking revelation. They’re also promising to make those who tried to comply, but missed the deadline regret the effort (proving the point of the openly defiant). And the politicians’ enablers in the press are screaming for the prosecution of “scores of thousands” of state residents who, quite predictably, flipped the bird at the government.

    Three years ago, the Connecticut legislature estimated there were 372,000 rifles in the state of the sort that might be classified as “assault weapons,” and two million plus high-capacity magazines. Many more have been sold in the gun-buying boom since then. But by the close of registration at the end of 2013, state officials received around 50,000 applications for “assault weapon” registrations, and 38,000 applications for magazines.

    Some people actually tried to comply with the registration law, but missed the deadline. The state’s official position is that it will accept applications notarized on or before January 1, 2014 and postmarked by January 4. But, says Dora Schriro, Commissioner of the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection, in a letter to lawmakers, anybody sufficiently law-abiding but foolish enough to miss that slightly extended grace period will have to surrender or otherwise get rid of their guns.

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  • A prosecutor’s report debunks misconceptions about the Sandy Hook massacre

    Man-Boy Love Advocate and Mass Murderer Adam Lanza

     

    In December 2012, less than a week after Adam Lanza murdered 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, the New York Post described his “eerie lair of violent video games,” where he “obliterated virtual victims until the virtual became a reality.” The Post reported that the troubled 20-year-old “was enthralled by blood-splattering, shoot-’em-up electronic games.”

    The official report on the massacre, released in November by State’s Attorney Steven Sedensky, paints a more complicated picture. It casts doubt on the significance of Lanza’s gaming habits as well as several other theories about why Lanza killed or how he could have been stopped.

    Contrary to the impression created by stories focusing on Lanza’s enthusiasm for violent titles such as Call of Duty, he enjoyed a wide variety of games. “One person described the shooter as spending the majority of his time playing non-violent video games all day,” the report says, “with his favorite at one point being ‘Super Mario Brothers.'”

    Another game that “enthralled” Lanza in the months before the massacre: Dance Dance Revolution, which he played at a local movie theater for hours at a time every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. If it seems absurd to portray Lanza’s obsession with dance moves as a warning sign of the violence to come, it is only slightly less absurd to imply that “shoot-’em-up electronic games” enjoyed by millions of young people who never hurt anyone turned him into a mass murderer.

    There is a similar problem with the theory that mental illness made him do it. “The shooter had significant mental health issues that affected his ability to live a normal life and to interact with others,” the report says, but “whether this contributed in any way is unknown.” Lanza was anxious, isolated, socially awkward, rigid, and persnickety -traits his mother attributed to Asperger syndrome. But as The New York Times noted in November, “there is no evidence that people with Asperger’s are more likely than others to commit violent crimes.”

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  • Colorado sheriffs stand up, resist new restrictions on gun rights!

    Colorado sheriffs stand up, resist new restrictions on gun rights

    County sheriffs unhappy with gun control laws enacted in the Centennial State last year remain steadfast in undoing unenforceable and unconstitutional laws.

    “Technically every law enforcement agency in the state is committing a crime,” said Weld County Sheriff John B. Cooke, the first-named plaintiff in a federal lawsuit against Colorado Gov. John W. Hickenlooper, Jr., a Democrat,who was elected into office in 2010 with 51 percent of the vote.

    Under state law when one individual sells or loans a firearm to another, that “transfer” must be conducted through a Federal Firearms Licensee, said Cooke. “The deputies come on duty and are transferring weapons without a federal firearm license making it an illegal transfer.”

    In March lawmakers passed and the governor signed into law various gun-control measures that precipitated the federal lawsuit, he said.

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  • Ohio Cop NOT Prosecuted for Masturbating with Pre-Teen Boy! (Police State Protects Their Own)

    A highway patrol trooper in Sandusky County, Ohio, will not face charges after allegations surfaced that he and a pre-teen boy masturbated together five years ago.

    Trooper Ricky Vitte Jr. told his wife “he did not want (the boy) to feel pressured on feeling the need to have to have sex with someone, when he can fix those needs by masturbating to porn,” according to a police report. The report says that on two separate occasions Vitte and the boy watched porn and masturbated in unison, with a dresser between them blocking their views of one another, the Sandusky Register reports.


  • Trenton man stabbed Saturday Night Dies (Ex-Girlfriend Stabs Him!)

     

    Dwelle Jerome Clark

    Dwelle Jerome Clark was stabbed in the stomach by his ex-girlfriend Edna White moments after he caught her rummaging through his mother’s handbag.

    “He said, ‘Stay out of my mom’s things,’” witness to the stabbing Omar Mills said Wednesday.

    According to Mills, after Clark, 55, uttered those words, White, 56, started hitting him with a walking cane. Clark then took the cane away from her, Mills said, and walked into his bedroom. White then grabbed a butcher knife from atop a dresser, followed Clark into his room and stabbed him in the abdomen, Mills said.

    “It was senseless,” Mills said. “There was blood all over the walls and all over the floor. It was everywhere.”

    The stabbing occurred late Saturday evening in the first block of Heil Avenue. Shortly after the stabbing, Clark was rushed to Capital Health Regional Medical Center. He died in the hospital Tuesday afternoon.

    According to family members, Clark and White have one child together, Cynthia White, who said she was not present during the stabbing. But Cynthia said her parents have a history of arguments.

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  • IDPA Competition: “It’s Like a Lay’s Potato Chip, You Can’t Just Have One”

    After nearly 10-hours of coaching me through my first International Defensive Pistol Association Nationals, world shooting champion and Smith & Wesson Team Captain Julie Golob left the range with a smile on her face, and I did too. My first shooting competition was an overwhelming success. I shot pretty well for my first go-round, but more importantly, I got to spend time with incredibly special people who really care about sharing their sport.

    The match Wednesday morning started early with registration at 7 a.m. All I had to do was show up with my ammo, eyes, ears and belt. Julie took care of the rest. Not only did she let me borrow her M&P Pro, but she also kept my magazines full all day. We made our way through thirteen stages, each providing a different real life scenario. She guided me through each stage, encouraged me to focus on the task at hand, taught me new things about cover, reloading, IDPA rules and was a tremendous help when it came to explaining which targets to shoot first in order to have the greatest tactical advantage.

    “When the light goes on, when someone has that aha moment, when they have a great stage and see their potential, it’s really fun to be a part of that,” she tells me after a long day on the range. It’s clear Julie’s generosity and personal dedication to mentorship have benefited the shooting sports a huge deal. Not only does she share her knowledge at the range, but wrote an entire book to help newbies get acclimated to the sport.

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  • NYC pay toilet charges $8 a day (Plus $15 Annual Membership!)

    A New York company has started marketing what amounts to an upscale pay toilet service. Posh Stow and Go will offer visitors to the Big Apple “clean, safe and soundproof” bathrooms worthy of “the greatest city in the world,” in addition to such other amenities as “luxury showers” and private storage rooms.

    Prices for the Midtown facility, which is set to open around June, start at $24 for a three-day pass (or $8 a day), plus a mandatory $15 annual membership fee. The company envisions opening other locations throughout the city—lower Manhattan is next on the list—but warns that “only a limited number of memberships will be sold so as to provide the best possible experience.”

    Company founder Wayne Parks says the idea was borne out of his own experiences traveling to the city for the day. “I always found myself in a situation where I needed a restroom…and I knew I wasn’t alone in placing a high value on privacy and cleanliness,” he says.

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  • The War On Men: 10 Ways Masculinity is Under Attack (Pussification of the USA)

    Men are facing a full frontal assault on their rights, health and culture like never before. The war on masculinity has never been so brutal – but it’s not a war being waged by women. The attack is coming directly from the top, as the establishment desperately attempts to emasculate and disempower men in order to force women to be more dependent on the state, thereby enabling more power to be centralized and aiding the growth of big government.

    Here are ten ways in which the state has declared war on men and masculinity;

    1) Falling Fertility

    Sperm counts amongst men have significantly decreased over the last half century and particularly over the last 25 years. In some European countries, sperm counts have dropped by as much as a third since 1989. Part of the fall can be explained by exposure to pesticides, endocrine-disrupting chemicals like Bisphenol A, and the many other artificial horrors that increasingly pervade our water and food supply. Many have made the connection between falling sperm counts and the open calls by innumerable elitists to drastically reduce world population by as much as 95%. Research shows that underpopulation, not overpopulation, will be the major demographic crisis of the 21st century as a result of humans failing to achieve the replacement rate of 2.1 children.

    2) Chemical Warfare “Feminizing” Boys

    Exposure to phthalates, which are found in many plastics, is “feminizing” boys by blocking normal male testosterone and causing genital abnormalities, according to scientists. “Boys exposed to high levels of these in the womb were less likely than other boys to play with cars, trains and guns or engage in “rougher” games like playfighting,” according to a BBC News report. According to Elizabeth Salter-Green, director of the chemicals campaign group CHEM Trust, phthalates are a true “gender-bender” because they lead to a reduction in “male behavior”.

    3) Degradation of Positive Masculine Role Models

    Whereas 50 years ago, advertising, Hollywood and television was filled with examples of positive masculine role models that young men could look up to, today’s entertainment industry routinely portrays men as clueless and bumbling oafs at best (think Homer Simpson, Everybody Loves Raymond, Married With Children) or at worst as aggressive sexual predators. Since advertising is primarily aimed at women, men in commercials are also now routinely depicted as either being emasculated losers or stupefied morons. Young men consuming this content grow up thinking that it is acceptable and even encouraged to aspire to these character traits. In doing so, they are robbed of their natural masculinity and find it extremely difficult to attract well-rounded women, who are rightly disgusted by such behavior. The entertainment industry is largely controlled by men, again underscoring the fact that this assault is a top down trend that has little or nothing to do with the gender war.

    4) Metrosexual Malaise

    Second wave feminism was a creation of the establishment itself and at its core has little whatsoever to do with genuine concern about women’s rights. Radical feminism deliberately confuses gender roles and makes young men apprehensive about exercising their masculinity for fear of being seen as overbearing or aggressive towards women. This has contributed to an entire generation of “metrosexual” men who are promiscuous, unwilling to commit to a relationship and unable to fulfil a women’s basic needs for healthy companionship, destabilizing society and making it more difficult for women to find suitable long term partners with whom to have children.

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  • Atlanta Teen Shot, Killed By Police Was Holding Wii Video Game Controller (Our Police at Work)

    The family attorney representing a 17-year-old boy who was shot and killed by a Euharlee police officer says that the boy was holding a video game controller when he was shot opening his door.

    Christopher Roupe was shot and killed on Friday when Euharlee officers showed up at the door of his home at 937 Euhar Lee Road, Lot 5, in Eagle View Mobile Home Park to serve a probation violation warrant for the boy’s father, WSB-TV reports. A female officer told the Georgia Bureau of Investigation that Roupe pointed a gun at her after he opened the door.

    But the family’s attorney, Cole Law, said the boy was holding a Nintendo Wii video game controller, and was about to watch a movie.

    “It just doesn’t add up,” Law told WSB. “We don’t know where that statement came from. The eyewitnesses on the scene clearly state that he had a Wii controller in his hand. He heard a knock at the door. He asked who it was, there was no response so he opened the door and upon opening the door he was immediately shot in the chest.”

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  • NYC Cop Assaults Man Recording Him in Brooklyn Subway Station (Video)

    Police Officer Efrain Rojas confronted a man who was recording him give a summons to another man by pulling out his iPhone and recording the encounter.

    Shawn Thomas recorded Police Officer Efrain Rojas inside the Utica Ave. station while he was giving a summons to another person. Rojas came over with his iPhone and started recording his encounter with Thomas. Rojas asked Thomas to stop recording and leave while Thomas hurled profanities. Thomas’ phone was taken away and the was video deleted but later recovered. He was charged with multiple offenses.

    A transit cop allegedly assaulted, then arrested a 47-year-old man recording another man getting a summons at a Brooklyn subway station, according to a bombshell video released Wednesday.

    Shawn Thomas of New Rochelle claimed Police Officer Efrain Rojas attacked him, arrested him and then tried to delete the video of Saturday’s interaction at Brooklyn’s Utica Ave. station.

    Thomas told photographyisnotacrime.com that Rojas dragged him out of the station, forced him face down on a snowswept sidewalk and slammed his head into the pavement, splitting his lip.

    “I was bleeding profusely,” he told the website. Attempts to reach Thomas for comment were unsuccessful Wednesday. “I was having really bad head pains while in jail, so they took me back to the hospital the following morning.”

    Thomas was transported to the hospital twice as he awaited his arraignment Sunday, he said, according to the site.


  • De Blasio wants to shut down meters to slow speeding cabs (Komrade De Blasio Update!)

    Big Brother is watching — your taxi meter!

    The city may rig yellow cabs with technology that would stop charging passengers whenever the driver breaks the speed limit, as part of a broad effort to make the streets safer.

    Taxis would also be equipped with black-box recorders that can track speed, braking and all movement by the vehicles.

    Mayor de Blasio said he is targeting yellow cabs because “they play a particular role in our city, set a tone on the streets.”

    The Taxi and Limousine Commission also wants its cars equipped with a warning system that alerts passengers and drivers if a taxi is speeding — and a new squad of ­inspectors with radar-speed guns.

    Some cab riders on Tuesday said the meter-pausing technology was too invasive, while others were worried about the resulting slowdown in service.

    “When there’s traffic, I gotta rely on the driver to still get me there on time, and sometimes they have to speed,” said Sonny Weiss, 56, of the Upper East Side. “It’s just the way it is. It’s the city, everybody is speeding.”

    Fellow Upper East Sider Margaret Smith, 59, said, “I think people should drive the right way, and it’s their responsibility. [But] government gets involved with everything. I don’t think that’s a good thing.”

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  • NYCG Radio Episode #55 – 2/18/14 “Slaves of New York”

    New York City Guns Radio Episode

     

    #55

    IN THIS EPISODE: Secession movement in New York pushes for Big Apple to split from Upstate, CuHomo: Left-wing Totalitarianism in America, Governor CuHomo’s Selective Anti-Gun Fervor: And This Is Why So Many Americans Have No Respect for Laws Or Lawmakers, Union official blames Remington Arms expansion in Alabama on NY SAFE Act, New York City: A Pay More, Get Less Sinkhole, Gov. Andrew CuHomo Proposes Turning Prisons Into College Campuses, Bloomturd’s latest stats on school gun violence ignore reality, Criminologist: ‘More Youngsters Killed in Bicycle Accidents’ Than with Guns, Post Office Latest Federal Agency to Ask for Ammunition, It may soon be easy to carry a permitted concealed handgun in California, The NRA Reveals Who’s to Blame for Ammo Shortage: You!, Gun Control Sent Me Packing in CT.

    WARNING! This Content Contains AWESOME VULGARITY


  • Secession movement in New York pushes for Big Apple to split from Upstate

    When Frank Sinatra sang “New York, New York,” he may have been on to something.

    A movement is afoot to split New York into two regions — upstate and downstate — to acknowledge the gaping philosophical differences and improve representation.

    “I’ve lived in New York all my life, and upstate and downstate have two different philosophies of life,” said John Bergener, an Albany County resident and organizer of the two New Yorks effort. “And it seems like they’re always in conflict.”

    Campaigns for “secession” or a 51st state have been on the rise since the 2012 presidential election — see California, Colorado and Maryland — but the New York movement has a twist.

    Instead of splitting New York into two distinct states, advocates want one state controlled by two autonomous regional governments.

    The state would retain a “token” presence, funded by the 3 percent sales tax, and would remain united for federal purposes such as the Electoral College and congressional seats. But the power on all state matters would be transferred to the regions.

    The downstate region would be called New York and include the counties of Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens, Richmond, Nassau, Rockland, Suffolk and Westchester — basically New York City and its neighboring counties, including Long Island.

    The upstate region tentatively would be named New Amsterdam — after the 17th-century Dutch settlement on Manhattan Island that eventually became New York City — and would comprise the state’s remaining 53 counties, including the state capital of Albany.

    Upstate New York is less prosperous and populous than the Big Apple region. About 7 million of the state’s 19 million residents would be in the proposed New Amsterdam.

    The plan is the brainchild of the Upstate Conservative Coalition, a tea party-style group that last month launched a Facebook page called Divide NYS into New Amsterdam & New York, and a website, NewAmsterdamNY.org.

    Mr. Bergener said the two-regions proposal would be much easier than splitting New York into two states, which would require an act of Congress. The two-regions plan could be implemented by votes of the state legislature in two sessions, he said.

    The idea also could be adopted in a constitutional convention. New Yorkers vote every 20 years on whether to hold a state constitutional convention, and the next vote is slated for November 2017.