Only U.S. Citizens should vote in
U.S. elections. Some democrat operatives are having a hard time with
A polling place that
doesn’t ensure the voters are American citizens voting only once
should not be in operation. Some democrat operatives are having a hard
time with this concept.
“Ranked Choice Voting” -- Bad bad
bad. It's a new-fangled scheme for electing who you
don’t want. Look it up. Instead of voting for your choice, you
vote for many, rank them, and someone wins. It could be worse --
I’m just not sure how. Reject it if it’s offered near
you. Every first-page listing on Google leans positive about it, this
should tell you something. Ranked Choice Voting -- fundamentally
transforms the American voting system after 227 years. Hey, no problem,
to NSSF and the Industry: You’ve got to stop saying
“assault weapon” and start saying:
“Assault is a kind of behavior, not a
kind of hardware.”
Help take away this
powerful linguistic trick from the left. The gun bans using the so-called
"assault weapon" moniker are banning everything, read them! They ban
anything with a grip. Keep pointing that out. “Oh, that
law! The one that bans anything with a grip. You’ve been deceived.
They’re assaulting your senses.” Let them argue uphill that
it's more complicated than that. It's not much more complicated. They're
targeting guns with a grip. Not AR-15s. Send them to Page Nine, bill
language is linked below.
BLOCKBUSTER: CDC Suppresses Its Own Gun-Safety Data
Millions of defensive gun
uses every year.
A federal Centers
for Disease Control study found millions of legitimate defensive gun
uses every year -- and the study was never released.
In fact, it was three separate studies, each
The CDC conducted massive studies of DGUs
(Defensive Gun Uses) in 1996, 1997 and 1998, the largest ever conducted.
These confirmed the Dr. Gary Kleck studies, which until now stood alone as
the most authoritative and largest. Done in 1995, Kleck’s studies
found numbers similar to and pre-dated the now uncovered CDC
The huge numbers were considered controversial to
gun-control advocates, but were scientifically valid and widely
accepted. The taxpayer-funded CDC results, had they been made public,
would have eliminated any controversy. Privately held firearms are
involved in crime prevention more than two million time annually, a fact
not reflected in modern “news” coverage.
results have been discovered and now revealed by Kleck himself, two decades
later, with praise from him for how thorough and scientifically valid the
CDC’s work was done:
“The final adjusted prevalence of
1.24% therefore implies that in an average year during 1996–1998,
2.46 million U.S. adults used a gun for self-defense. This estimate, based
on an enormous sample of 12,870 cases (unweighted) in a nationally
representative sample, strongly confirms the 2.5 million
past-12-month’s estimate obtained Kleck and Gertz (1995)....CDC's
results, then, imply that guns were used defensively by victims about 3.6
times as often as they were used offensively by
Kleck notes that “CDC never reported the
results of those surveys, does not report on their website any estimates of
DGU frequency, and does not even acknowledge that they ever asked about the
topic in any of their
highly controversial CDC has repeatedly been caught manipulating results
and advocating for detrimental political results concerning Second
Amendment rights and issues, which is why Congress has cut off any funding
to them for firearms issues. The doctors and staff have demonstrated a
strong left-leaning bias in public statements and policy.
points are always omitted when democrats or the media complain about that
lack of funding. Private entities remain free of course to spend as much
money as they want, and they do, on research of any quality.
Adam Smith recognized that private
property, free trade, self-interest, limited government and division of
labor were the basics of capitalism and cornerstones of personal freedom
and economic security. (The American
Robert MacNamee, a now
fabulously wealthy early Facebook investor, is now concerned with iPhone
addiction, and plans by the big players to increase dependency and
phone use by kids, teens, and business models built on increasing customer
use and dependency. Colors, bait, music, linkages, user recognition, AI,
geo tracking, location dependent ads... Google this, if you want to lose
sleep. Youngsters are at 95 phone views average per hour and rising. Last
thing you see before the pillow, first thing when eyes open...
Lt. Col. Grossman, a scholar, soldier, speaker, one of
world’s foremost experts on human aggression, issues this call to
to parents, teachers, citizens and you. He trains soldiers to kill,
to overcome their inhibitions, and
sees the same impassionate techniques aimed at our kids, with
predictable results. Kids never used to commit mass murder.
We’re encouraging psychotic behavior, teaching the
mechanics, getting sick results. Read the science, digest the research,
get tools to fight back. All the evidence and sound argument you need to
prove what we have all suspected. Child mass murderers are being developed
and encouraged, created, not born. The culprits are known, along with the
methods. The horrible results must be stopped. It's not about the
1- Facebook Censorship
Zuckerberg must be thinking, ‘You are
lamestream media told
you: The lamestream media told
Opinions on Mark Zuckerberg’s recent marathon inquisition
before Congress are all over the map. Search it online if you haven’t
already, or care. Members of Congress showed themselves to be highly
ignorant, illiterate and uninformed about the Internet, Facebook, data
collection on individuals -- even how online tools work. Most of their
questions didn’t rise to the level of grade-school children -- and
the members didn’t know it.
Chairman Grassley struggled so
hard to read his own statement he is an embarrassment to Congress itself,
completely hard to listen to his broken cadence and
Zuckerberg didn’t get frazzled, or smirk, or get
really hard questions, and his answers, after a few hours and certainly by
the second day, were simple repetition of prepared statements, delivered
from memory, showing his incredible intellectual prowess, typical of the
other few oligarchs of internet machinery.
predilection was self-evident, and problems this presents for the nation
are stunning. His support for dark-money funded ignorant children in the
March for our Lives media-promoted movement was
Congress has no way to contain him, or the web’s
power that challenges their own, though some suggestions did arise: An
“honest ads act,” fake-account removal, state-actor
identification, better advertiser ID, and third-party fact checkers from
the Poynter Institute, each with their own merits and disastrous side
effects and downsides were proposed. Stay
The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however
that: The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however
Facebook censorship will cover three areas. No one raised
objections, they all fell in line with Zuckerberg’s default
TOPICS TO BE FACEBOOK
Speech Violence Terrorism
Yes, these are broad, easily abused categories. Good
definitions of these don’t exist. Everyone agreed on that. But it
didn’t deter Congress or Facebook. Ask Dennis Prager if decent
educational material is already being wiped out, with those excuses as
excuses. It is.
Because people have an impossible time defining
these, automated “artificial intelligence” programs will do
much of the work for us. Soon. People can’t define language to be
banned, so machines will. We can count on these to do a good
job. Plus, there is so much of this on Facebook, people would never
have enough time to do the work. A method for appeals was not
addressed. Yes, that all scares me too.
If this was
Revolutionary times (some people say these are), Thomas Jefferson and the
rest of the Founders would not be able to speak in the largest public
square in the nation (and world).
Hate speech is an abomination,
according to The Uninvited Ombudsman. It exists solely in the eye of the
Anything you like, that someone else hates, is hate
speech, according to leading experts. Leftists hate everything the
moderates and the right say, so goodbye free speech on those grounds
Free speech, to the hard left, is no longer valid,
according to experts familiar with the situation.
Violence, not to
be tolerated, describes much of what government does, experts
Common wisdom notes that one man’s terrorist is another
man’s freedom fighter. It has been reported that just calling them
men is hate speech to leftists. Microaggression is a new leftist
term for hate speech in small doses, or that you can't see, but they can,
And this is what Zuckerberg and his left-wing
allies, with the blessing of Congress, have decided is OK to control. The
Founding Fathers could not be immediately reached for comment.
far, memos like this one are free from censorship. But search for it on the
web, and it will get tougher and tougher to find, experts say. With
Wikipedia censoring the term “gun rights” (see separate
article, item 6) that process is already well under way. We did learn from
the hearings that the algorithms that do the searching are only partially
skewed to prevent locating anything that isn’t of democrat,
left-leaning origin. It will only get worse, according to leading
During the hearings: Facebook
is being accused of advancing genocide of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, a
95% Buddhist country, where the Muslims are charged with, or suspected of,
creating trouble. Therefor, they are being murdered by local police and
military, and are fleeing persecution by the hundreds of thousands into
neighboring Bangladesh. Hate speech against the Muslims on Facebook is
credited with instigating much of the violence, but this is a controversial
charge, unpopular with
A widely distributed photo provided by
Reuters carries this
"Ten Rohingya Muslim men with their
bound kneel in Inn Din village, the site of a mass
grave, on September 1, 2017.
Photo: Handout via
photo is then matched up with bodies in a mass grave, with arrows matching
the kneeling men to the bodies in the grave. Easy to find with a search.
The match up photo may or may not be true, Page Nine makes no claim
However, enlargement of this photo clearly shows the caption
“hands bound” is false
Make of this what you will. The caption is not
accurate. This is not to say the genocide and other atrocities are not
true. It just points out the media does a lousy job of protecting its
credibility. No one in the chain of command at Reuters could tell the
caption is false. Media earns the derogatory titles it
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"Speaks with the moral authority of an oppressed
Enacted in 6 states, tantrums driving others to
2- "Red Flag" Laws Reduce
Identify and enrage people ready to kill. Then
set them loose?
Take their guns, but
leave them everything else, and free.
What crazy victim
feels safer like that?
The lamestream media told
you: The lamestream media told you:
Editorial, a few positive points: Red-flag laws let police confiscate guns
without due process. Suspending the Constitution in a secret hearing is a
point from which there is no return.
To listen to the media's
anti-rights drumbeat, no one does -- or could -- oppose the concept of
stripping Americans of their constitutional rights in secret proceedings
where they have no voice.
But this is exactly what is at stake
with Gun Confiscation Orders -- cynically disguised as "red flag
Six states have enacted these laws. At their core, they
allow the police to convene a Kafkaesque secret proceeding, in which an
American can be stripped of gun rights and Fourth Amendment rights, even
though gun owners are barred from participating in the hearings or arguing
their side of the dispute. --Michael Hammond, opinion writer, USA
Red Flag Laws Gain Momentum In States --
USA Today, Washington -- States across the country are taking a
closer look at “red flag” laws... The laws allow family members
or law enforcement to seek a court order to temporarily restrict people's
access to firearms when they show "red flags" that they are a danger to
themselves or others.
Florida became the sixth state to pass a
red-flag law, and other state lawmakers introduced a flurry of new bills,
including first-time legislation in more than a handful of states,
according to Everytown for Gun Safety, a gun control advocacy group. Bills
are now pending in 22 states and the District of Columbia, while bipartisan
efforts are coming together in Congress ... getting more attention now as
students protest legislative inaction on gun violence... “those bills
across the country are taking on renewed significance... What can we do to
make sure this doesn’t happen here?” according to a gun-control
Though supporters say the bills can prevent
tragedies, critics say they have the potential to deprive gun owners of due
process and their Second Amendment rights.
restraining order” or “extreme risk protection order” to
temporarily restrict a person’s access to firearms. The judge can
issue an emergency, temporary order -- without the gun owner being present
-- to prevent immediate danger. But a full hearing must be scheduled
quickly, offering the gun owner the ability to
The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however
that: The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however
RED FLAG LAWS ARE
SUBTLE BUT SEDUCTIVE
Little more than another left-wing
expression of gun fear, and a typically dangerous, reckless, negligent
“A person too
dangerous to touch
guns is too dangerous to be
The only reason this law is being floated is to provide
another avenue for the anti-rights advocates to restrict gun possession.
And to quiet the tantrum being thrown by children nationally. It is not a
rational approach to a problem that already has solutions available, and
People who want guns to “just go away,”
irrationally believing this red-flagging power will somehow increase
safety. They see this type of law as a saving grace, when in fact it does
harm. By identifying seriously dangerous individuals and setting these
ticking time bombs free it is actually counterproductive.
notion that it is about public safety is as untrue as other left-wing
anti-weapon myths the public has been forced to endure: armed pilots
shooting down their own planes (delaying that program for years); invisible
guns, which almost banned the Glock (the best choice for police forces
nationwide); carry-permit shootout fears (predicted for every state but in
the end pure fantasy); it’s a long list of deceptions with which the
public has been burdened. Who can even remember back to Saturday night
specials or cooling off periods that leave maniacs armed forever -- after
Red-flag laws seek to leave extremely dangerous people
out loose after they are identified. This virtually defines insanity.
The counter argument is that they're not really that dangerous. Then
how to justify the taking of property and denial of rights without trial in
The only thing going for this law, in the minds of its
creators, is it creates a new category of prohibited people. Gunlessness is
a holy grail they pursue so tenaciously defies logic and reason --
now for people so dangerous they really should not be allowed matches and
gasoline, anything available at Home Depot, motor vehicles -- in short,
they cannot be allowed out into the public until they are
“cured,” however these absurd red-flag laws define that. Who
would ever risk restoring the rights of someone stigmatized by a red-flag
designation is unclear.
The coincidence between red flags and
communism is just coincidence, according to leading
Red Flag bills,
separate problem “Then, of course, there is the
problem of so-called "gun-free zones," of which the schools where our
children spend much of their day are the largest and most obvious. How many
times does a lunatic with a gun have to show up in one of these so-called
"gun-free zones" before we grasp the fact that they are not "gun free" at
“The only people free of guns are the people getting
killed trying to protect our children from psychopaths. Despite the
protests of those ostensibly on the side of disarming everyone, you will
note that every time one of these armed lunatics has arrived and started
killing, the inevitable response of the gun deniers has been to call people
with guns to come and handle the problem.
“Do we fail to
understand the simple reality that having people with guns already there,
and ready to respond when the event takes place, is a better option? Do we
fail to understand that pretending a place is a "gun-free zone" when it so
clearly is not, only results in the deaths of innocents, while also telling
psychopaths where the easy targets are?” --Dave Kopp, President,
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3- No Immediate Response
Media Hubris Goes
The lamestream media told
you: The lamestream media told you:
“The White House
and Trump campaign officials did not immediately respond to requests for
comment.” -- USA Today, April 21, 2018 --Nicole
Guadiano, Fredreka Schouten
The Uninvited Ombudsman
notes however that: The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however
“The White House and Trump campaign officials did
not immediately respond to any of dozens of requests for comment today, on
scores of topics.” --Korwin
The audacity of USA Today
reporters, and “news” media elsewhere for commonly using this
bombastic, antagonistic and pejorative expression, when they don’t
get what they want. “The news media acts like they’re entitled
to go behind police lines.” -Ted Parod.
The notion that the
president of the free world is required or somehow obligated to respond at
all, let alone immediately, to any request from me, or you, or an outfit
with a reputation like USA Today reflects a level of hubris that
calls for remedial behavior camp.
That professionals in an
organization behave this way would be grounds for serious reprimand, if not
dismissal, considering the status of the people being insulted. They could
have their licenses revoked, except they are unlicensed
The lunatic fringe nature in this particular case is
hysterical. USA Today seeks an immediate response to the charge that
Russian hacking revealed Hillary is indeed crooked, and with the democrat
party illegally colluded to defeat -- Bernie Sanders! He apparently had a
chance of getting the nomination for president away from Hillary. Democrats
are suing, saying Hillary’s illegal activity, once it was revealed,
hurt her, even though Trump had nothing to do with the dems shenanigans
against one of their own.
“A request was made to Trump
officials for comment at 10 a.m. today,” might be a reasonable line.
Expecting a reply beyond sarcasm unbecoming a president? Fuggedaboudit. A
reply would from the White House would be as unreasonable as the lawsuit if
you think about
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You’re gasping for air. You’ve just stopped a would-be murderer
cold with your sidearm—four rounds to the chest. Do you have the
right to remain silent? Then why would you immediately dial 911 and talk
into a police voice recorder? How do you make that call and stand on the
advice that says, “Don’t say
According to criminal-defense attorneys, half of
all convictions for self-defense incidents rely on frantic traumatized 911
tapes. Dispatchers are trained to get statements from you, keep you on the
line. As a bonus, the media will air your voice nationwide for weeks. That
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The lamestream media
told you: The lamestream media told you:
Street Journal, March 3, 2018: “The Internet broke down
barriers by enabling everyone to become a publisher. The unintended
consequence was the fake-news epidemic. Teenagers in Macedonia discovered
they could make a small fortune from online advertising by concocting
outlandish click-bait stories... Russia Today is now RT.com... ‘I saw
the news on Facebook’... easy for purveyors of knowingly false news
or propaganda to fool users by looking like legitimate
The Uninvited Ombudsman notes
however that: The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however
Perhaps worse, CNN has become a non-stop
conspiracy-theory provider, and opinion spinner, with a thin veil of
newsiness and a motto, “the most trusted name in news.”
Basically no one believes that anymore, despite the deep baritone that
delivers the line.
MSNBC essentially makes no pretense that they
are anything but a campaign outlet for leftist ideology and democrats, and
a hostile belligerent aimed at all non-democrats, even the Bernies who are
further left (socialist) than they are.
So -- L. Gordon Crovitz,
the former publisher at The Wall Street Journal is teaming up with
Steve Brill, the legendary journalist and editor who founded
Brill’s Content, to launch NewsGuard.
online news-media watchdog will establish “nutrition labels”
for so-called news outlets to establish the bona fides of major news
“brands” and help the news-consuming public tell what’s
what, with Red, Yellow and Green color
The team plans to use journalistically trained analysts,
also known as human beings, instead of algorithms and other forms of
computer automation, to rate news brands, depending on whether they produce
real journalism, disclose their underlying interests, or intentionally
purvey fake news. The team expects to cover 7,500 online outlets, about 98%
of what passes for news, they say. Judging from what I’ve seen of
Brill’s previous work, this could be splendid.
“white list” of outlets that advertisers can rely on is part of
the plan. Commercial groups have been hit hard, promoting their goods on
sites that turn out to be biased spreaders of tripe. Reviews of the
reviewers will include pros and the public, part of a robust transparency
effort. Problems might arise, since the glowing description is provided by
Crovitz, in The Wall Street Journal, but one can
The lamestream media told you: The
lamestream media told you:
Many times over: No one needs an
AR-15. All we want to do is ban the AR-15. It’s a weapon of war.
It’s a killing machine. It has no place on our streets. The Founders
never could have imagined any such thing in the hands of the public.
It’s too dangerous for the public to own. The magazine is too large.
The bullets can be fired too quickly. It’s scary looking. You
don’t need it to hunt ducks. It doesn’t matter if police have
The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however
that: The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:
listed those familiar complaints, I’ll answer them just as fast:
Property ownership in this country isn’t based on need (and you
don’t get to decide someone else’s need, that’s the
communist model). All we want is to have the finest rifle made. It’s
a weapon of peace. It’s a self-defense firearm. It’s perfect
for the public. The Founders never could have imagined throwing your voice
further than you can speak either. It’s too dangerous for the
government to be sole owners. Insufficient ammo supply can be lethal.
Slow-firing guns are dangerous. Scary is in the eye of the beholder, you
might need treatment. Preferences for hunting are personal, immaterial
here, not your concern and disconnected from the right to keep and bear
arms. Police have them for the exact same reasons we want them. OK, so much
Banning the AR-15, America’s Rifle, as
media-promoted child “survivors” are trying to force upon this
great nation, is not only a bad idea, it’s illegal -- infringement --
and as a practical matter, it’s hard.
You can’t ban
guns by name, people will just change the name, that doesn’t work.
You can describe guns, but people just modify the designs so they
don’t fit the description. That’s been tried, it was a
There’s too many manufacturers, that cat’s
out of the bag, along with the engineering plans, so you can’t close
down the plants. If you do somehow outlaw manufacture what do you do about
the millions of guns people own?
Confiscation is the answer, among
the most heinous government crimes there are, illegal a dozen different
ways, and incendiary to the public. The rule of law has to be abandoned for
that one. When government doesn't or can't enforce the law, the militia
gets called up.
Buying the guns back, an idea sometimes mentioned,
runs up against the treasury hasn’t got the funds, and no votes in
favor. Buying from unwilling sellers is confiscation again, disguised with
ribbon and bow.
All of the drastic ideas like this tempt armed
rebellion, literally, from the very people whose guns you want to take, so
you must tread lightly there. Will police and soldiers shoot at Americans
defending their firearms? Do you really want to push things that far?
That’s not much of a plan.
Note, all the bans so far
haven’t disarmed inner cities, where murderers murder 6,000 victims a
year, with virtually no murder trials. Guns get smuggled into this country
like drugs, women and “undocumented migrant workers and repeat
offenders,” so that side of an AR-15 ban is not exactly
So what did they (that’s the democrat party, the
one with no demonstrated respect for the right to keep and bear arms) do to
ban the AR-15, when they drafted their bill? The bill the marching
children, referred to as ignorant useful idiots by some leading experts,
what did that bill propose?
They banned every rifle, pistol and
shotgun that takes a magazine of any size, and has a
but not all pistols will escape the law under the “two-grip”
rule. In the past though, BATFE, the agency responsible for enforcing these
things, has been known to fabricate their own parts to “prove”
a firearm was subject to enforcement.
Ban, edited for pertinent part: (36) The term
‘semiautomatic assault weapon’ means any of the
following: (A) A semiautomatic rifle that has the capacity to accept a
detachable magazine and any 1 of the following: (i) A pistol
grip. (D) A semiautomatic pistol that has the capacity to accept a
detachable magazine and any 1 of the following: (ii) A second pistol
grip. (F) A semiautomatic shotgun that has any 1 of the
following: (ii) A pistol grip. (39) The term ‘detachable
magazine’ means an ammunition feeding device that can be removed from
a firearm without disassembly of the firearm action.* (46) The term
‘pistol grip’ means a grip, a thumb-hole stock, or any other
characteristic that can function as a grip. *Editor’s note: Any
capacity magazine is included.
It’s safe to say every
mass media report on the move to ban the AR-15, or assault weapons, has
been fake, phony or wrong, based on the bill.
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References to gun rights are redirected to
Propaganda is now
The lamestream media told
you: The lamestream media told
The Uninvited Ombudsman
notes however that: The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however
Thanks to the observant work of an internet-presence
guru, we now know you can’t find “Gun Rights” on
It’s as if such a thing doesn’t exist.
Internal references to "gun rights" are redirected, some very
recently, indicating this is an ongoing effort.
is a bizarre argument that guns don’t have rights, only people have
rights, but that is specious here. As a term of art, “gun
rights” accounts for limitations in the English language, everyone
gets that. "Gun rights" is a synonym for the right to keep and bear arms,
and everything that encompasses, along with a dozen other ways of
expressing the same thing.
For Wikipedia, gun rights is “gun
politics.” These are not the same of course. Look up politics,
look up rights, that case rests on its own.
Even worse than
the blatant censorship of "gun rights" is the fact that Wikipedia is doing
it. What else has fallen under this censorship axe?
guru observes: “Just read the ‘gun politics’ page and
look how it presents a unique perspective on guns, gun rights, and
so-called "gun control," all in the name of gun politics.
example, here's the last paragraph in the opening of the 'gun politics
"Closely related to the militia tradition is the
frontier tradition, with the need for self-protection pursuant to westward
expansion and the extension of the American frontier. Though it has not
been a necessary part of daily survival for over a century,
‘generations of Americans continued to embrace and glorify it as a
living inheritance -- as a permanent ingredient of this nation's style and
By redirecting a reference to “gun
rights” to a slanted “gun politics” opinion piece, the
so-called "gun-control" side is working within Wikipedia to promote the
gun-confiscation agenda. One of its latest strategies is this redirect. It
is an extremely clever Orwellian methodology.
In another maneuver,
even though the opening line describing the Second Amendment Foundation
retains the censored phrase "gun rights" and says the group supports gun
rights, (it would not work to say they support gun politics, indicating
this is not an automated global replacement) someone recently (Feb. 13,
2018) redirected (hijacked) the "gun rights" link and redirected it to "gun
politics," as if SAF supports gun politics, as Wiki describes it. The Wiki
history architecture captures the deed:
NOTE: What Wikipedia has done in these cases is
link the organization’s statements about defense of gun rights to a
blurb and pages about gun politics. The idea of a civil and human right to
firearms, is absent. The fundamental civil and human right to arms that the
American people possess is now missing in the descriptions. No page for Gun
Rights exists at Wikipedia. The "world’s encyclopedia," now
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starting to show its treachery. See for yourself:
They have all had their "gun
rights" references redirected to "Gun politics"
Ombudsman is now looking into developing an entry on "Gun Rights" for
publication in Wikipedia, and will be working with the nation's leading
experts on this important task.
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KEEP ME GOING
Alan, I just read that David
Hogg and his sister are writing a book that
is supposed to hit the book shelves in early June. Being a publisher
yourself I was wondering if you could shed a little light on just how
they could complete a manuscript, submit it, get it approved and then get
it printed and on the market in less than 60 days. My best shot is
that they are not writing the book. It's being published based on an
already existing manuscript... furnished by one of the well funded and
connected anti-2nd-Amendment organizations. What's your take on this?
Have a great day. Tom K. (former staff writer and
shooting editor for a now defunct outdoorsman magazine)
understand it well Tom. Can't speak to specific details, but this is
standard. Ambitious, connected publishers smell
opportunity, compete for the mark's signature, lotsa ghosting goes
on, book comes out, kid likely gets lousy deal, feels proud. Lotsa
bucks at least for publisher. Reality of all this never comes out,
everyone inside knows. Media makes it look like the dream, all
puffery. Public believes in the dream of innocent fame and
fortune. Every myth known to gun control included from his 17-yeard-old
mind. Stunning levels of publicity eflouresce, as if he earned
Alan, Along the lines of you trying to
get the media to stop biased language, like referring to killers as
"gunmen." I saw more than one station talking about the Tempe police
department motorcycles now equipped with "AR-15 semi-automatic rifles," in
the station's words. Funny, an AR-15 is in private hands is always an
"assault rifle." They never see their own disconnect, do they?! Keep up the
good work. -- Jeff B.
[Good point! And government forces would
never assault the public, even if the Founders armed us exactly for that
reason. Send a note about your point to every place you see it misused that
way. Let me know if anything happens. At the least, they have to read and
confront their own hypocrisy. Alan.]
Alan: US Dept. of
Ed. and U.S. Secret Service research showed that 71% of school killers and
attackers had first been bullied by their classmates. My thought is that
those provocateur schoolyard bullies should be arrested and tried
criminally for accessory before the fact. If the murderer’s defense
attorneys raise the issue of provocation, it’s a thought. Ted
[The provocation idea an interesting one. Don't know there's
any legal grounds that would get a conviction beforehand though. Take the
Concerning Science News last issue
of Page Nine, losing its science: I’m afraid you are right about
Science News. I believe they even had an explicit anti-gun headline
in one of their promotional emails lately. I unsubscribed at that point.
Cheers, Peter S.
[It’s gotten much worse. No room this issue
of Page Nine, next time. Alan.]
I’ve been reading
Science News, a formerly fine science magazine since childhood. Same
here. And, I didn’t renew, also. Same with Scientific
American, as you noted later on. Very sad. Paul
and I watch lots of Netflix, disk and streaming. With Susan Rice on the
Board of Directors, I’m worried about that. “They” seem
to be winning on many fronts. Very sad. Paul B.
Dear Alan, About loosely using the word
“survivor”: I am a veteran of Tet 1968. Because of that I am
usually referred to as “a survivor of Tet ’68.” I rail at
that. I am not a survivor, the poor remaining few Viet Cong still standing
were the survivors. Regards, fg
Alan, In reference to your query about my joining your email alert
group: Actually I found several of your YouTube classics while researching
a blog article. I enjoyed your presentations very much. Your style is very
non-confrontational and disarmingly (if you will pardon the expression)
humorous. I am a resident of Florida and have watched, with interest, the
fallout of the Parkland School shooting incident in Broward County. I have
watched the predictable politicization of the incident by the political
left to suit their agenda and have watched the media exploitation of the
articulate group of students who chose to channel their grief into
political action. I will be following your site and picking up some of your
publications soon. Take care, Ted
[Well said Ted. Why not take
that 'wound up' and turn it into several hundred evocative words on 1- How
it has been politicized, 2- Why it misses the mark, and 3- What the mark
is. Might be room for it in the Bill of Rights Sentinel, which I
Mr. Alan, I enjoy your opinion writing
(received from GunsAmerica). I like the plain and straight forward way you
write with references cited directly with your statements. I live in
upstate South Carolina and have been writing my Congressman (Trey Gowdy)
and Senators (Tim Scott & Lindsey Graham) but have not received anything
other than canned responses. I've quoted you several times (with reference
and links) in my emails to them hoping they would educate themselves. It is
very discouraging. Your blog entries, however, have served as enlightenment
and hope for me. I appreciate your sharing of your clear thinking. Thank
you! Don J.
[Thanks for the kind words Don. Try meeting with them
at their offices. Talk to their staff, make a friend there, that really
helps. Also, go after your local paper, you'll eventually get ink, and
reach an audience. You write well. It takes time, but works.
Mr. Korwin, I've read several brief
articles of yours through links on GunsAmerica. Your writing is a breath of
fresh air: calm and reasoned. Not strident, not preaching to the choir, and
not taking cheap shots. Just laying it all out there, "don't take my word
for it, look at the facts, and decide yourself." Unfortunately, Sigmund
Freud's nephew wrote in the late 19th century that facts and reasons don't
win arguments, manipulating emotions does. I practice medicine and am
appalled and ashamed of my supposedly intelligent colleagues, trained to
think critically, who pile onto the "gun control" bandwagon. Keep the good
stuff coming! and thank you. M.H.
Erich, The story
behind the London murder rate is who's murdering who. It's there if you
look, and is a crucial 2A side of this story. Decent, knife-possessing
citizens aren't killing each other. The politically correct immigration
policies, the same attacking our 2A rights, are generating every bit of
this high-murder-rate problem too. Some of us have to be strong enough
to stand against the PC police and say it. That side is out of
Comments: I especially liked your remarks
of the gun ban movement and infringement. I wish the national propagandists
(media) would somehow let that argument slip
Completed in 2018 at
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testimony before Congress was just one more nail in the coffin of the now
imaginary “free press of the Internet.”
the world expected the Web to create a vast expansion of human
knowledge such as the planet had never seen, some folks had other plans.
Folks you don't know, can't see, can't find or reach.
global “information superhighway” (remember that term?) has
before our eyes to a cloud-covered parking lot, owned by a handful of
insanely wealthy left-leaning (socialist) autocrats and their
elite have become so powerful they now threaten governments of the
world, which are running scared. They saw they can’t really control
guy -- they don’t even comprehend him or what he does -- and if they
off him, which they can, the new boss wields the same power and it
I imagine Zuck had to be laughing inwardly, yet
sitting there so perfectly, unflappably stoic, brilliant beyond anyone
we normally get to hang around with routinely. “You guys are so over.
And you don’t even know it,” his brain tells him of Congress,
or at least it seemed that way to me. They’re
trying to compare him to a Homer Simpson episode for a frame of
If you have no word for a thing, you can’t think
it. That's George Orwell's warning to us in his seminal book, 1984.
Thought control. Go to
Wikipedia and search for “Gun Rights.” It’s not
rights” has been replaced by “gun politics” at Wikipedia,
and mumbo jumbo under that heading does more to obscure than elucidate. A
fundamental civil and
human right, ensconced in the U.S. Bill of Rights, has been deleted by
people who know better, at what is now Wikiganda.
We already know
search results to favor left-wing causes, outfits, people, even words. I
research constantly, and it has become rare to use anything but a search
engine -- just like you do -- if I'm not actually dealing with live people.
By twisting results and becoming advocates instead of providers, the
established electro-magnates are digging their own graves. I'll be going
elsewhere -- they are empowering and encouraging competition. Free markets
and freedom win out. It's human
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