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Doom and Bloom
The Arizona shooting range that was the site of the accidental shooting death of Charles Vacca, a firearms instructor, by a 9 year old student who lost control of a fully automatic Uzi submachine gun is shutting down.
According to KTAR,
PHOENIX — A gun range where an instructor was accidentally shot and killed by a child this week has closed indefinitely.
The range closed after the shooting but customers were still showing up two days later, according to a local news report.
The following post is via the NRA-ILA,
The Army is talking about adopting a new pistol and, according to Maureen Mackey of the Fiscal Times, “when that happens, America’s emergency rooms better be prepared for the carnage that’s likely to follow.” Previously, freelance anti-gun writer Matt Valentine made a similar prediction in The Atlantic.
Along with their apparent predisposition against guns, Mackey and Valentine base their predictions on a 1992 claim from Daniel Webster, whose advocacy of gun control masquerades as public health research. Webster argued that as semi-automatic pistols became more popular than revolvers in the 1980s, the number of wounds per gunshot victim increased. Continue reading
Idaho, as with most states, has a preemption statute that guarantees uniform gun laws across the state. The laws have proven to be popular in the United States. All states have some form of preemption. In New York, courts have ruled that the State handgun licensing law preempts local ordinances. The laws vary in their application by state.
In the case of Twin Falls, an old ordinance prohibited the carrying of guns in county parks. This was in violation of state law. The County board understood the violation, and voted unanimously to repeal the offending language. From magicvalley.com: Continue reading
The US government’s web of surveillance is vast and interconnected. Now we know just how opaque, inefficient and discriminatory it can be.
As we were reminded again just this week, you can be pulled into the National Security Agency’s database quietly and quickly, and the consequences can be long and enduring. Through ICREACH, a Google-style search engine created for the intelligence community, the NSA provides data on private communications to 23 government agencies. More than 1,000 analysts had access to that information. Continue reading
The reason all these BULL CRAP stories are being released about isis being able to so EASILY recruit “Western People” for jihadi is to condition the rest of the world and public in the U.S into thinking it is even possible and a common occurrence!!! They release these propaganda stories, so when they decide to black bag you (ndaa), or drone strike you, all they have to do, is say you were recruited by isis and the public wouldnt think twice about it. They would say you gave up your life to go help isis…
Jackboot of the week: When Marvin Louis Guy met Police employees Charles Dinwiddie, Odis Denton Killeen Police Department, Texas
On the Charles Carroll Society (CCS) we have a regular segment we called theJackboot of the Week. It is where we try, in our small way give tribute to the victims of the Police State. I have changed the focus of the Jackboot for a few weeks, because documenting Police State excesses gets depressing. Marvin Louis Guy age 50 sounds like a drug user. He had a “glass pipe” in his house (according to police). Now, he had no drugs in his home or car, but he or the “49 year old woman” living in his home had a glass pipe, a laptop and a radio, but no drugs. What he did have was weapons and the will to use them in defense of his home. Apparently he has paid attention, and he likes the shotgun. Pistols suck. Continue reading
Oh how simple it was to subjugate the American people. All it took was for Americans to think that their government was honest and trustworthy and would not break their solemn oath to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States, so help them God. But the cold, hard truth is, a government not held to that oath by the Consent of the Governed, is a government that will seek, by any means, absolute power. We have 5,000 years of human history to prove that a government, left to its own resources, will, in the end, completely subjugate all who fall under its reign, unless the people surround government’s power with significant limits. Continue reading
During a lengthy career that includes stints as a federal prosecutor and judge, Paul Cassell has devoutly upheld the vision of 18th Century arch-authoritarian Joseph de Maistre, who taught that “all greatness, all power, all social order depends on the executioner.” The figure dispensing lethal violence on behalf of the state is both “the terror of human society” and the “tie that holds it together,” Maistre insisted. “Take away this incontrovertible force from the world, and at that very moment order is superseded by chaos, thrones fall, society disappears.” Continue reading
For such a small town to have such a violent reaction to the recent events in Ferguson Mo raises many questions.
David McGowen investigates the Ferguson case and the events that followed this shooting. The information withheld from the public and the information that was released for the purpose of supporting this civil unrest that followed. Continue reading
Rosny-sous-Bois (France) (AFP) – The death toll from an explosion in an apartment building outside Paris rose to seven on Monday, with rescue workers scrambling against time to find one last man still missing.
Local prefect Philippe Galli said a woman in her 80s who lived on the first floor was buried under the rubble after the four-storey residential block in the Paris suburb of Rosny-sous-Bois collapsed on Sunday morning.
“We have to dig her out. She’s stuck in the rubble,” Galli told reporters. Continue reading
Reasoning with a Zionist is an oxymoron. It is as self-contradictory as saying something is falsely true.
This, we have no doubt, is the conclusion everyone who has tried to have a rational, fact-based debate with Zionists would have drawn.
If that is also your experience – or if you have never had the misfortune of debating with a Zionist – then you will want to listen to the two short clips below from Mike Malloy’s radio show. Continue reading
JERUSALEM, Aug 31 (Reuters) – Israel announced on Sunday a land appropriation in the occupied West Bank that an anti-settlement group termed the biggest in 30 years, drawing Palestinian condemnation and a U.S. rebuke.
Some 400 hectares (988 acres) in the Etzion Jewish settlement bloc near Bethlehem were declared “state land, on the instructions of the political echelon” by the military-run Civil Administration.
“We urge the government of Israel to reverse this decision,” a State Department official said in Washington, calling the move “counterproductive” to efforts to achieve a two-state solution between Israel and the Palestinians. Continue reading
By using plain and simple math, along with data charts, scientists at the New England Complex Systems Institute have come to a clear-cut conclusion that when food prices rise, as much as they are in the US, then people start rioting.
Did you know right now in the US, 49 million Americans are already dealing with food insecurity. One in seven Americans rely on food banks.
One quarter of the American military needs outside assistance to feed their families. And of course, minorities are facing serious hunger issues. Continue reading
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Young people aren’t the only ones who get back-to-school blues. Pooches used to months of constant playtime can get upset when their best buddies disappear with the dog days of summer.
Many dogs whine and wait eagerly at the front door but eventually adjust to the absence of their young owners when they are in class. But millions of dogs can feel abandoned, sad and unable to cope – and they look for ways to lash out. Continue reading
BEIJING (AP) — China’s legislature on Sunday ruled out allowing open nominations in the inaugural election for Hong Kong’s leader, saying they would create a “chaotic society.” Democracy activists in the Asian financial hub responded by saying that a long-threatened mass occupation of the heart of the city “will definitely happen.”
In setting tight limits on how far electoral reforms can go in Hong Kong, Beijing issued its firmest reminder yet that it’s still in charge despite the substantial autonomy it promised the city after taking control from Britain in 1997. Continue reading