FK – Whose boot is on your neck? If you don’t know by now you ain’t been payin’ attention.
Each of the roughly 7,500 guns his business sold that year required a Form 4473, the federal document that the purchaser and seller must complete, in addition to a background check.
The Form 4473 asks questions such as where the purchaser lives and whether the person has ever committed a crime.
Leaving one of the 132 items on the six-page questionnaire blank, or filling it in incorrectly, is an ATF violation. One violation can lead to a license revocation, which would put Mr. Stockman out of business.
FK – Historically the problem with many gun shop owners is they didn’t mind GCA ’68 because they felt it gave them a corner on the ‘legal’ gun business.
FK – Gee, I though he was gonna say “Kill ’em all and let god sort ’em out.”
Quick law enforcement access to the contents of smartphones could save lives in some kidnapping and terrorism cases, FBI Director James Comey said in a briefing with some reporters. Comey said he’s concerned that smartphone companies are marketing “something expressly to allow people to place themselves beyond the law,” according to news reports.
An FBI spokesman confirmed the general direction of Comey’s remarks. The FBI has contacted Apple and Google about their encryption plans, Comey told a group of reporters who regularly cover his agency.
FK – How horrible that someone might be out of their reach. It’s all about control. Crime is the excuse and apparently a funding source:
Jumping the shark in the furtherance of environmentalcase lunacy, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. asserts he would like to have the law changed so people who disagree with his views on “climate change” could be prosecuted, and even executed, by the government.
“[Kennedy] said there should be a law that lets authorities punish skeptics and deniers — those who engage in ‘selling out the public trust,’” The Washington Times reported Tuesday, citing an interview the “progressive” activist gave to Climate Depot at the people’s Climate March in New York City. “I wish there were a law you could punish them with. I don’t think there is a law that you can punish these politicians under…
“I think it’s treason,” he continued. “Do I think the Koch Brothers are treasonous — yes, I do … Do I think they should be in jail — I think they should be [enjoying] three hots and a cot at the Hague with all the other war criminals.”
FK – Is anyone surprised? Our blood domestic enemies murdered 200 million in the 20th century. They are capable of literally anything.
Five tech giants have dropped, or plan to or are expected to drop, their membership in the American Legislative Exchange Council, a free-market, state-focused group that has become a target of the left in recent years.
The group maintains a library of model state and local legislation and connects businesses, nonprofits and a substantial number of state lawmakers, offering corporate members a voice in the policymaking process. But ALEC has come under fire in recent years for its support of what liberal groups say are conservative social and fiscal policies. Most recently, shareholders and nonprofits have aligned to pressure its corporate members — who pay at least $7,000 to $25,000 for such membership — to dump the organization over its environmental policies.
Several technology companies have recently announced that they have dropped or expect to drop their membership, but their reasons differ. Yahoo, Yelp and Facebook are the latest to issue statements about their involvement with ALEC, following announcements by Google earlier in the week and Microsoft this summer.
FK – I’m not familiar with ALEC but was feeling sorry for them after reading this commie attack page on the group. I was considering trying to do a story on their troubles and trying to find a contact number, email whatever on their website when I read their ‘media‘ page.
This is the email I sent them:
I did feel sorry for you, maybe…
…concerning your recent troubles, i.e. being under attack the the amerikan communist insurgency, until I read your media page:
But I assume now you’d consider me to be a ‘nobody’ since I’m not an ‘official’ newswhore.
BTW, this is my ‘press pass’:
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
One wonders if you recognize it.
You people don’t get it do you? Maybe you don’t want to. Maybe you deserve to be shut down.
FK – I’m more convinced than ever of the on-going effort to mainstream the net and corral those who truly question authority, of whatever kind or from whatever ‘wing,’ right or left, into a dark corner of the net that the average sheeple will never know exists. The PTAWTB have done such before and will do it again if they can find a way.
I notice ALEC claims to be ‘non-partisan.’ This either shows the cluelessness of their leadership or that they’re blatant liars. Any group that claims to be ‘non-partisan’ is questionable since there’s no such thing. It’s impossible. All humans are ‘partisan’ about something, even the most a-political. There’s certainly never been a ‘non-partisan’ publication, newswhore or lobbying group in this country. American newspapers historically were political and favored one party or cause over others.
FK – Al lot of ‘gun owners,’ so-called ‘conservatives’ and ‘libertarians’ still don’t get it. “Shall not be infringed,” means what the words mean, not any interpretation by any “Liberal”(commie) trash nor any ‘right wing’ fakers.
Got my first handgun at age 15, Ruger Single Six with I think a 6 inch barrel. Used to wear it on my hip here in the stix. I don’t remember if I even knew Kentucky law on the matter. Kentucky has always been an ‘open carry’ state but concealed carry was ‘outlawed’ via our new constitution in the 1800s after one legislator allegedly attacked another legislator with a knife or sword in the capital building. I probably, in my quasi innocence, still thought this was a ‘free country.’ Little did I know.
I remember the concerned/disgusted look I got from an older cousin. Most sheeple didn’t seem to care. My father signed for it in a gun store about 10 years after the evil GCA ’68 was passed by our blood domestic enemies. GCA ’68, the NFA and ALL ‘gun laws’ must be repealed.
We need to raise children to be adults who question and defy ‘authority’ when necessary, which nowadays is constantly, not stupid cowardly grown children who just do what they’re told by their betters whether in the government or the place they go to waste their time in exchange for money.
The ‘crime’ issue is a red herring. Even if ‘gun control’ could be proven to lower crime it would still be evil.
All ‘gun control’ is propaganda designed to condition the sheeple to more ‘control’ until full civilian disarmament is achieved. Thus all gun control is an act of war. All who forward it should be arrested, tried for treason against Human Liberty and executed.
When guns are outlawed “Liberal”(commie) trash season begins. The Newswhores die first.
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. went there. He actually went there, opening a can of poisonous worms by claiming Sunday that politicians who are climate change skeptics should be in jail. His actual words were, “Climate skeptics should be at the Hague with all the other war criminals.”
Given that a significant number of scientists say that the data on man-made climate change leads to no definite conclusions, then it can only be assumed that Kennedy would like to see them tossed into jail as well. Perhaps he wants any citizen who expresses such doubts to be in jail. This can of worms leads to the question, should climate change propagandists be jailed?
FK – The “Liberal”(commie) trash would do far worse if they could get away with it. Their kind murdered 200 million in the 20th century alone for standing against their authoritarian evil.
But then we can’t blindly trust the other side either:
FK – Who’s on first? Let’s be safe and bomb all three bases right?
In a free country there’s no such thing as a group whose motives cannot be questioned. If we have that we have a serious problem that should be picked apart and examined with a political microscope.
A longer version of the now infamous salute:
FK – I’d like to see that trash try that on Parris Island. They’d never let it out of the pit.
“This bill prohibits a person, with certain exceptions such as for law enforcement, from selling, transporting, manufacturing, or possessing any hollowpoint bullet, any bullet that expands or flattens easily in the human body, or any bullet with a hard envelope that does not entirely cover the core of the bullet. An individual who violates the prohibition is guilty of a Class H felony and is subject to a fine of up to $10,000, imprisonment of up to six years, or both,” the Legislative Reference Bureau said in its analysis.
An additional five years can be tacked on to the prison sentence if anyone possesses the bullets within 1000 feet of a school.
But the draft, which has not been introduced, conflicts with rules that state “no person shall hunt any deer or bear with any air rifle, rim-fire rifle, any center-fire rifle less than .22 caliber, any .410 bore or less shotgun or handgun loaded with .410 shotgun shell ammunition or with ammunition loaded with nonexpanding type bullets or ammunition loaded with shot other than a single slug or projectile.”
FK – On occasion it is likely we can attribute the actions of our blood domestic enemies to blatant stupidity. But that doesn’t excuse their evil, nor make them any less complicit in treason against Human Liberty. We’ve had the internet for 15 years plus. There’s no excuse for such. To the gallows with them all.