National Institutes for Gun Control

Tuesday, October 27, 2009
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My latest article is up at the John Birch Society – “Stealth Agencies for Gun Control.”

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4 Responses to National Institutes for Gun Control

  1. clark says:

    October 28th, 2009 at 1:29 am

    While reading this fine factual article it seemed as if the only goal of those funding or administering the studies was an attempt to create a predetermined conclusion (especially in light of the Mark Rosenberg 1987 comment) enabling the likes of Pelosi and company to evoke the “commerce clause” as an excuse to re-interpret the Second Amendment. It’s as if they are all using misappropriated tax dollars while working to restrict the rights of people, isn’t that criminal? Or is that Marxism a.k.a Obamunisim, a.k.a. Fascilism, a.k.a. buncha bully B.S.? Amendment process, limitations, rules of order, liberty, property rights – “what’s all that stuff”? Nothing, non-emotional fluff. If done just right, The Commerce Clause Gives Federal Government the Power to Do Everything.

  2. Michael says:

    October 28th, 2009 at 9:21 am

    Karen,

    I always found the linkage between “public health” and “gun violence” to be a precarious one. When one thinks of “public health” we tend to think of images associated with the Bubonic plague, polio, HIV/AIDS, cancer, heart disease, etc. In order to demonize the concept of private gun ownership, our overlords are clearly trying to pathologize gun owners and the gun culture in general by trying to legitimize what’s really an emotional argument that’s not based on facts and hard science. In fact the opposite is true as outlined in John Lott’s magnum opus: “More Guns, Less Crime” (Note: A definite must read for any current gun owner or somebody who wants the facts on the “gun issue”).

    Another take-a-way: Studies sourced to the “New England Journal of Medicine” and other renowned resources of medical knowledge is an overt attempt to give gun prohibitions and other draconian mandates some sort of pseudo-credence; The Sheeple listen to folks that wear white-lab coats without question.

    Keep up the good work!

  3. cousin lucky says:

    October 28th, 2009 at 5:02 pm

    I live in a New York City apartment so I am denied the right to obtain a ” premise permit ” for a firearm. If I owned a house I might be able to get one. I could try to get a job as an armed security guard but at 65 that is far fetched.

    Here only the police and the criminals are armed with firearms; so ordinary law-abiding citizens are nothing but ” Prey ” for both of these groups of armed individuals.

    In New York City anyone caught with a loaded unlicensed gun goes to jail for 3 1/2 years. Honest people are not going to risk throwing their lives away to carry a gun; but to the criminals a few years in jail is part of a life of crime.

    In New York City if you have the money, you can buy anything!! On New Years Eve and on the Fourth of July Mayor Bloomberg has almost all of the police on Manhattan guarding the tourists. Therefore on Staten Island on both of these occasions you will hear lots of gunshots along with the exploding fireworks.

    It is only a prelude of things to come as the police will be assigned to guard the rich and powerful while us ordinary citizens are left to fend for ourselves unarmed as our economy completely tanks!!

  4. clark says:

    October 28th, 2009 at 10:04 pm

    There are so many things wrong with this statement: “I live in a New York City apartment so I am denied the right to obtain a ” premise permit ” for a firearm. If I owned a house I might be able to get one.” I cannot believe that city is even called an American city. Rights as class privileges – WTF?… How very Jim Crow-like, or worse. Unless you wanted to petition the people to change their support, I guess the only thing a person could do is GTFO of that town. Why the people of that city choose to ignore the rights of man as outlined in the Constitution and support city leaders who step on property rights and gun ownership rights, I just don’t get that. Like I should talk, I live in a beg and, “may issue” state for concealed weapons… GTFO, hmmm places like Montana and Alaska sound better and better each day. However, as bad as a beg and, “may issue” state is, I sure as heck wouldn’t want to be in a place like NYC if our economy winds up being anything like what Ferfal says happened to the cities in Argentina after their economic crash. It’ll probably be worse! Disaster and chaos straight ahead NYC.

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