by: Brent Smith
HR 127 is the most radical gun-grab bill any American can ever imagine. It intends to make it so hard to own a gun, it won’t be worth it. It’s not an outright confiscation bill, or a mandatory buy-back scheme. But it will “legislate” the gun-owning American to the ash-heap of history.
Think I’m being hysterical, over-the-top – hyperbolic? Well let’s go through the actual bill found at congress.gov.
Submitted by Sheila Jackson Lee
The same person who claimed the Constitution is 400 years old and asked when she witnessed a rover on Mars: ‘What, what, is it going to go where the astronauts planted the flag?’
Yeah, that Sheila Jackson Lee. read more
by: Brent Smith
Honesty About Gun Confiscation
Joy-less Behar of the View lamented that Beto O’Rourke was too honest about his want to take everyone’s guns away. She said, “They should not tell everything they’re going to do. If you are going to take people’s guns away, wait until you get elected and then take them away. Don’t tell them ahead of time.”
I discuss her and all democrat’s dishonesty.
Coach in Hawaii Won’t Allow Boy to Join Girls Team
A high school volleyball coach in Hawaii doesn’t want a boy who thinks he’s a girl on his team – and oddly enough, the school is so far backing him up.
Small City Bike Lanes
My democrat-controlled city has installed bikes which not a single soul is using and I’m none-too-happy about it. read more
by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist
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Garbage in – garbage out. We see it all the time. It certainly isn’t the machines fault. You can’t blame the computer. In other words – it’s like the old saying, that the equipment is only as good as its operator.
We found this out the hard way on Sunday as Devin Patrick Kelley went on his killing rampage at the Sutherland Springs Baptist Church.
It was discovered that Kelley should not have been able to purchase the firearms he used due to a felony domestic assault charge on his wife and her child while serving in the Air Force.
For years leftists have been screaming about background checks. These heinous shootings could be prevented if only we had “common sense” background checks.
However, until this last act, not a single background check of any kind would have prevented any of the mass-shootings. But this one was different. As it turns out a background check may have been able to prevent the Texas murders, or at least made it more difficult for the whack-job Kelley to obtain his weapons.
But as I stated, a background check, like a piece of equipment, is only as good as its operator. In this case the operator was the United States Air Force, and the job was simply to add Kelley’s felony conviction to the federal database, thus preventing him from legally buying guns. read more
by: the Common Constitutionalist
From the aftermath of the Orlando massacre come the expected cries for stricter gun control. But would we expect anything less from leftists whose credo is “Never Let a Good Crisis Go to Waste?”
And isn’t that what it’s really all about – moving the ball ever-forward – building that framework – brick by brick, law by law, regulation by regulation, lie after lie, until the framework is complete and there is nothing remaining but to confiscate our guns. Don’t ever be fooled into thinking this is not what they want – so embarrassed are they of our backwards country and so envious are they of the more advanced progressive nations in Europe and even Australia.
One of the most prominent gun-grabbers is California Senator Diane Feinstein. Call me cynical, but I believe the gun control measures which are just now coming to light have been written long ago and simply stored in some file somewhere just waiting for a “Good Crisis” to appear. One such is the legislation Feinstein is seeking that would “place an outright ban on firearm purchases for those who appear on a federal terror watch list that includes those who are not permitted to fly.”
Of course to advance her silliness, she knows she’ll need Republican assistance, so she approached Texas Senator John Cornyn. He has already proposed his version of “common sense” gun legislation, which will “place a 72-hour delay on gun purchases for people on the terror watch list, and it would require federal officials to prove in court that the person should not be allowed to buy guns.” read more