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John McCain Is A Liberal Gun Grabber
Post Date: 2008-08-12 00:44:07 by Coral Snake
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www.gunowners.org Feb 2008 John McCain Is A Liberal Gun Grabber by Pastor Chuck Baldwin As published at NewsWithViews The last thing we need is another liberal neocon in the White House. If the Presidency of George W. Bush proved anything, it proved the hazard of electing phony Republican conservatives. At least one is able to clearly see a liberal for what he or she is when they have a "D" behind their name. But put an "R" behind the name and suddenly their liberal, Big-Government, anti-freedom agenda is barely recognized, which makes a liberal Republican much more dangerous than a liberal Democrat. Let me say it straight out: a John McCain Presidency would be far ...

Raytheon's Pain Ray: Coming to a Protest Near You?
Post Date: 2008-05-30 23:05:01 by A K A Stone
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Coming soon, from the folks who brought you the microwave -- Raytheon! After more than ten years in the making and at a cost of over 40 million dollars, 'Silent Guardian', or Active Denial System, (ADS, in it's formal mood), is almost ready for public release! Yes, Raytheon -- manufacturer of the 100 bunker buster bombs kindly flown by America to Israel at the height of their bombardment of Lebanon, and supplier of electronic equipment for the apartheid wall built on Palestinian land; -- Raytheon -- with its 73,000 employees worldwide and annual revenues of 20 billion dollars has gone and done it again! For, Raytheon -- the world's largest producer of guided missiles, and ...

Is 100 years enough time in Hell for McCain of should it be more?
Post Date: 2008-01-06 18:12:12 by A K A Stone
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I'm embarrassed for my country that we have a total moron by the name of John Mccain running for president. He thinks it would be ok for us to be in Iraq for a hundred years or even a thousand years or more. The guy is an intellectual grasshopper. But lets talk hell. Is 100 years in hell enough for McCain or should it be more? I think he deserves more.

US Congress approves tighter gun control law
Post Date: 2007-12-20 12:49:20 by A K A Stone
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WASHINGTON (AFP) — The US Congress has approved the first major gun control legislation in more than a decade, broadening background checks for gun buyers in the wake of a deadly campus shooting earlier this year by a mentally ill student. The legislation approved Wednesday by the Senate provides government funds to improve the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS), the main way gun purchases are monitored in America. It also allocates funds for gun owners and potential gun owners who are prevented from owning weapons due to mental illness so that they may challenge the ruling in court. Existing laws prevent mentally ill people and convicted felons from legally ...

Gun-Free-Zone Liability --
Post Date: 2007-12-17 08:51:47 by A K A Stone
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"If you create a gun-free zone, you're liable for any harm it causes." This may be the most important pro-rights gun bill to come down in many years. A version of the bill was first introduced in Arizona (HB2456 in 2002) by Rep. Randy Graf (R-6th), with considerable support (12 sponsors!). In 2003, Rep. Graf re-introduced it in Arizona (HB 2320). The state of Georgia joined the effort to enact this important new legislation with HB31, introduced by Rep. Bobby Franklin (R-17th). At least two other states actively considered the bill. The Gun-Free-Zone Liability Act has excellent value even if it isn't enacted in its first years -- it is a just and common-sense bill ...

These illegal bastards need shooting. There is no political solution
Post Date: 2007-12-16 22:43:05 by FuhQuePunk
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Outside Phoenix store, border debate rages on Emotional protests at local battleground mirror national fight Casey Newton The Arizona Republic Dec. 9, 2007 12:00 AM On East Thomas Road in Phoenix, the national shouting match over immigration unfolds week by week in a neighborhood that has changed in the same ways Arizona has. Sheriff's deputies patrol the parking lot at M.D. Pruitt's Home Furnishings each Saturday, ensuring that no day laborers trespass on the property. Day-labor advocates mount protests nearby, blaring Mexican folk music while children dressed in traditional garb dance on the sidewalk. Pruitt's opened 57 years ago, but only recently did day laborers gather ...

I am FReeple. Please shoot me
Post Date: 2007-12-01 18:49:46 by FuhQuePunk
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Hit me Poster Comment:I posted this under Bang/Guns because these FReaks deserve to all be on Bucky's FReeper "Better off Dead" wall of shame.

Navy veteran questions why six nuclear missiles were flown on combat aircraft to staging area for Middle East
Post Date: 2007-10-08 23:33:23 by A K A Stone
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A retired lieutenant commander in the Navy Reserve who served with the Navy's Supervisor of Salvage questioned in a little-noticed editorial Sunday why six active nuclear armed cruise missiles were being transferred to an active bomber base that "just happens to be the staging area for Middle Eastern operations." "The United States also does not transport nuclear weapons meant for elimination attached to their launch vehicles under the wings of a combat aircraft," Navy veteran Robert Stormer wrote in the Texas-based Star-Telegram. "The procedure is to separate the warhead from the missile, encase the warhead and transport it by military cargo aircraft to a ...

A Shocking New Weapon A muscle-numbing magic wand protects cops and citizens, Jedi-style
Post Date: 2007-05-29 00:55:56 by A K A Stone
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I'm in a dark garage in the desolate woods of a small mountain town, and Fred Pearson is about to send 50,000 volts of electricity through me. To stop him, I dodge the sparking claw of electrodes at the tip of his yard-long rod and grab hold of the device, hoping to take it away from him. A shock surges through my hand, leaving me weak and trembling from fingertips to elbow. "You asked for it," Pearson says. He's right. I'm playing guinea pig for a prototype of the Tennessee inventor's Stunstick Neuroscrambler, a new nonlethal weapon that causes enough pain to make any mugger reconsider his career choice. Pearson dreamed up the weapon six years ago while watching ...

These people are dead because of Bush, but bush don't give a shit
Post Date: 2007-01-29 07:03:45 by A K A Stone
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28-Jan-2007 3 | US: 3 | UK: 0 | Other: 0 US NAME NOT RELEASED YET Najaf (north of) Not reported yet US NAME NOT RELEASED YET Najaf (north of) Hostile - helicopter crash US NAME NOT RELEASED YET Baghdad (north of) - Diyala Hostile - hostile fire - grenade 27-Jan-2007 5 | US: 5 | UK: 0 | Other: 0 US NAME NOT RELEASED YET Baghdad (northern part) Hostile - hostile fire - IED attack US NAME NOT RELEASED YET Al Anbar Province Hostile - hostile fire US NAME NOT RELEASED YET Baghdad (north of) Hostile - hostile fire - IED attack US NAME NOT RELEASED YET Baghdad (north of) Hostile - hostile fire - IED attack US NAME NOT RELEASED YET Baghdad (north of) Hostile - hostile fire - IED attack 26-Jan-2007 ...

Second Amendment Lessons From Iraq
Post Date: 2006-12-13 08:44:02 by continental op
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Like all informed Second Amendment supporters, I don57;t trust any politician who claims support for that amendment and then goes on to relate how much he/she stands up for the rights of hunters as if the rights of hunters were what that amendment is all about. We know why the Second Amendment was put in the Bill of Rights. The Founders left us a clear paper trail including the following succinct statement from Tench Coxe: "As civil rulers, not having their duty to the people before them, may attempt to tyrannize, and as the military forces which must be occasionally raised to defend our country, might pervert their power to the injury of their fellow citizens, the people are confirmed ...

The Single-Issue Trap
Post Date: 2006-12-12 13:32:12 by cwrwinger
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The Single-Issue Trap There’s a smart way to fight for your liberty, and then there’s this way: In a case that could shape firearms laws nationwide, attorneys for the District of Columbia argued Thursday that the Second Amendment right to bear arms applies only to militias, not individuals. ... If the dispute makes it to the high court, it would be the first case in nearly 70 years to address the amendment’s scope. The court disappointed gun owner groups in 2003 when it refused to take up a challenge to California’s ban on assault weapons. This reminds me of the time the National Rifle Association of America considered opposing Rep. Ron Paul R-Texas in his bid for ...

There Is No Such Thing As An Illegal Gun, Part III: Let The Heavens Fall.
Post Date: 2006-09-29 02:11:36 by Coral Snake
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There Is No Such Thing As An Illegal Gun, Part III: Let The Heavens Fall. September 27, 2006 Vox Populi, John Longenecker In Part II, I wrote about how powerful officials can abuse citizens my making an example of them unjustly, emphasis on unjustly on the analogy of a cat producing a mouse from elsewhere just to prove she57;s performing. I called the idea being a dead mouse. You don57;t become a dead mouse at the hands of criminals 51; you become a dead mouse at the hands of predatory agencies making an example of you in reaching the rest, including the non-gun owner Americans. This is often how 22,000 unrighteous gun laws spill over in shared-philosophy to effect adversely other ...

Coral Snake's Bites of the Week 25 (Post Shrubya threats to Constitutionalism and Individual Freedom, It's time to start thinking about them)
Post Date: 2006-09-25 01:51:29 by Coral Snake
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Coral Snake's Bites of the Week 25 (Post Shrubya threats to Constitutionalism and Individual Freedom, It's time to start thinking about them) This week with the Bites we are going to do something a little bit different. This time I feel that I must address a vary dangerous trend developing in the Patriot/Libertarina community. This is the "The ememy of the enemy is our friend no matter what." trend. Generally this version of what is actually the BOT trend that gave us Shrubya in the first place as an antedote to Clintoon currently states that there can be an allience between the "Independent" Left and the Patriot/Libertarian community against Shrubya. Such an allience ...

Police rush to shoot, but ask us to withhold judgment
Post Date: 2006-09-13 08:22:25 by continental op
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Late last month, Huntington Beach police officers unloaded 18 bullets into 19-year-old Ashley MacDonald in a city park after, they say, she moved toward them with a pocket knife. The shooting has understandably sparked protests and countywide debate over when police officers should be allowed to use deadly force. I'm infuriated not just by the senseless nature of the killing, but by the arrogance of the police agencies, which refuse to talk frankly about the appropriate use of deadly force. The police department and sheriff's department, which investigates these shootings for HBPD, say we shouldn't second-guess the officers or rush to judgment before the investigation is complete. But it ...

Coral Snake Song - All Time High (Douggie from Upland supports PATRIOT act Fascism in song.)
Post Date: 2006-08-15 22:06:34 by Coral Snake
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Coral Snake Song - All Time High (Douggie from Upland supports PATRIOT act Fascism in song.) Words and music, James Bond Movie theme from Octopussy(1983) Update parody by Coral Snake(2006) Midi: All Time High (Musical introduction) I saw Doug from Upland drop gun rights, and found the reason why Shrub and his PATRIOT act, have caused Doug's fall. Now I see Doug writing songs, supporting this Neo-Con lie. Fascist I now realize, that is his call. It's Doug's all time low, becoming a Neo-Con, So we know why Doug, has dropped gun rights now. It's Doug's all time low, a Shrubbie bot hanger on. Time for the truth, let his fall begin. And so Doug from Upland has been busted, just one of ...

Coral Snake's Bites of the Week 16 (Pervs, Crooks and Micro$hills Edition)
Post Date: 2006-07-23 23:54:59 by Coral Snake
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Coral Snake's Bites of the Week 16 (Pervs, Crooks and Micro$hills Edition) This week has been a good one for explsing criiks and pervs throughout the FreeRepublic and Bush/Clinton crime family orbits. It began with known "gay" prostitute Jeff Gannon returning to the feeding chain as a member of the National Press Corps and came to the for with the real story of the week. This was Leo Wanta's somewhat recovery of trillions of dollars stolen from the American treasury by the Bush/Clinton crime family and that recovery's being held up by the Federal reserve until the Bushes and Clintons can come up with a plausable CYA story to explain the teturn of the money. In addition the bites ...

10 missiles and all duds LMAO AT THE COMMIES
Post Date: 2006-07-04 20:53:44 by TLBSHOW
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LOL

Coral Snakes Bites of the Week 13 (Corporatism "Charity" and "Useless Eater" Culling plus SnookerThon Follies at Freeperville.)
Post Date: 2006-07-03 01:47:03 by Coral Snake
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Coral Snakes Bites of the Week 13 (Corporatism "Charity" and "Useless Eater" Culling plus SnookerThon Follies at Freeperville.) This week saw Warren Buffet giving most of his fortune over to Bill Gates of all people to become a part of the IIlluminati Warchest through the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Look for this cash to be used for various forms of "useless eater" culling and gun control projects at the UN. Also the third quarter SnookerThon is in progress as well as Doug from Upland's continued eBay presence. As always, Remember the KEY and enjoy. Bite One -------------> Council on Foreign Relations The Council on Foreign Relations has ...

An Open Letter to FBI Director Robert Mueller
Post Date: 2006-06-21 22:17:20 by Coral Snake
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Jews For The Preservation of Firearms Ownership, Inc. P.O. Box 270143 Hartford, WI 53027 Phone (262) 673-9745 | toll-free 800-869-1884 Fax (262) 673-9746 June 14, 2006 An Open Letter to FBI Director Robert Mueller Federal Bureau of Investigation J. Edgar Hoover Building 935 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW June 14, 2006 Dear Mr. Mueller, I understand that recently the FBI joined with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (BATFE) in conducting a raid on a manufacturing business in Montana. Reports indicate that in the course of questioning, the FBI seemed concerned about the manufacturer's associates, including myself, Aaron Zelman, and my organization, Jews for the ...

Question of the Day-What was Your First Gun?
Post Date: 2006-03-07 19:51:51 by continental op
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LF Meaningless Chatter and Get Aquainted Thread I think all shooters have a certain nostalgia for their first weapon, with which they learned marksmanship and basic gun safety. Whether it be a Daisy Red Ryder BB gun or a .410 shotgun, every fire-arms enthusiast I've ever met remembers his gun with a certain fondness. So what was your first gun? Mine was a Marlin .22 auto. I saved up for it when I was around twelve, by trapping raccoons for their pelts...(back when furs were still worth something.) It had a 17 round tubelar magazine. I had it for around ten years, and went through about forty thousand rounds with it. Then, I "lent" it to my uncle's step-son in '84 or '85. He ...

KY: House panel backs bill allowing deadly force against intruders
Post Date: 2006-02-25 21:40:52 by Coral Snake
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KY: House panel backs bill allowing deadly force against intruders Submitted by: NYSRPA Website: http://www.nysrpa.org "Whether they're breaking into a home or carjacking a vehicle, intruders would be fair game for armed Kentuckians under a bill that passed a legislative committee yesterday." "Rep. J.R. Gray, D-Benton, sponsored House Bill 236 on behalf of the National Rifle Association, saying people shouldn't be expected to avoid a confrontation by running away." Click for Full Text!

"Stand Your Ground" getting more looks
Post Date: 2006-02-25 21:30:02 by Coral Snake
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"Stand Your Ground" getting more looks "At least 21 states are considering 'Stand Your Ground' legislation similar to Florida`s law that allows citizens fearing an attack to use deadly force." "Supporters of such measures tell the Christian Science Monitor that the laws give citizens protection from criminals and take the debate from gun control to crime control. Those opposed warn garden-variety disputes would be more likely to turn deadly, the Monitor said." "The law is at odds with the long-standing 'duty to retreat' theory many state supreme courts upheld, the Monitor said, pointing out, however, that a 1921 U.S. Supreme Court ruling did not support ...

JPFO ASKS QUESTIONS: NRA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, TANYA METAKSA, EVADES THE ISSUES; NRA DIRECTOR NEAL KNOX PROMISES ACTION
Post Date: 2006-02-21 19:17:02 by Coral Snake
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JPFO ASKS QUESTIONS: NRA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, TANYA METAKSA, EVADES THE ISSUES; NRA DIRECTOR NEAL KNOX PROMISES ACTION We reproduce below, word-for-word, letters we received from and sent to Tanya Metaksa, Executive Director of the National Rifle Association- Institute for Legislative Action, and Neal Knox, an NRA Director. We have tried hard toget the NRA to see the light: that "gun control" is a lethal policy with which no compromise is possible. These letters are reproduced exactly as received and sent. All text in bold, italics, or underlined was so in the original, as are the formats. Necessary explanatory notes are enclosed by braces {} to show that the words enclosed did ...

An Open Letter to Our Fathers and GrandfathersYou Won the Battle But Lost the War
Post Date: 2006-02-21 19:12:20 by Coral Snake
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An Open Letter to Our Fathers and GrandfathersYou Won the Battle But Lost the War By Aaron Zelman Executive Director of Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership Fleet Marine Force Medic, Third Marine Air Wing, Vietnam Veteran To our fathers and grandfathers who fought in World War II: America owes everything to you. You sacrificed your youth, you saw your buddies die before your eyes, you gave up life and family and love as you fought in Europe or the Pacific -- all to save the world from fascism. We can't even measure how much we owe you -- you, and the staunch women who stood with you -- the WACs, the Waves, the nurses who treated the wounded under unthinkable conditions, and ...

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