On the worldwide stage it appears that the fight to keep guns in the hands of private citizens is tilted towards firearm prohibitionists. In just the last year both New Zealand and Canada significantly tightened firearms ownership, both in response to separate mass-shootings, and have demanded their citizens hand over just about any effective modern firearm. The former enacted gun control via Parliamentary decision, and the latter used executive power; efforts exist against these corresponding decisions in both countries, with the Council of Licenced Firearms Owners mounting a campaign to resist and reform the decision, and the Canadian Shooting Sports Association challenging the legality of the executive action respectively. While it’s great to see gun owners in both nations work to overturn or revise those decisions, neither country recognizes the right to bear arms in their constitutions. In fact, there are only only three nations in the world that do: Guatemala, Mexico, and the United States.
There may soon be a fourth, however.
Recently a bill was introduced in Czechia’s senate to amend their constitution and formally codify the long-standing tradition of keeping arms for self-defense. The small Central European country has a rich history of producing quality firearms that dates back hundreds of years, and is one of the few nations in the world that permits the carrying of concealed firearms in public. The amendment states (translated courtesy of Google):
Many of you already know this is the case with your state. I wrote this article based on my personal experience and observation one one particular state. Free from censorship since I own this web server, website content and domain. My content my rules! Just in case Fbook Suckerberg who might censor or take down my content in the future, you can’t here haha! You won’t read or hear about this on your local mainstream media outlets or some social/political documentary.
I took 8 days long vacation during the Memorial day week. I traveled extensively and spent 4 days 4 nights in my beautiful neighbor state to the east, Colorado. To be more specific, western rural Colorado. The other 4 days I spent time exploring eastern part of my state including portions of Canyonlands and the majestic La Sal mountains Moab area.
Reason for a temporary change in life? A vacation to disconnect from the current chaos caused by people and their leaders. Disconnected from the Matrix and all the crazy mainstream news media.
I did briefly used my phone when I was in passed by a mid size town to get more map updates that was related to my travel. I was pretty much unplugged most of the time. To explore new breathtaking landscape regions I haven’t venture yet and with a lot of freedom!
There are many articles and posts out on the internet that dives in to the foolishness of such anti self-defense and anti Second Amendment propaganda programs for the fools who are willing to hand in their alienable rights to Big Daddy for a false sense of security and funds. This article will focus on one small aspect which is the definition of buyback and a summery of this anti-gun tactic.
What is the word buyback? Taken from the dictionary (dictionary.com and dictionary.cambridge.org) noun 1) The buying of something that one previously sold. 2) Any arrangement to take back something as a condition of a sale, as by a supplier who agrees to purchase its customer’s goods. 3) The act of buying something from the same person you sold it to, especially an offer by a company to buy shares of its own stock from shareholders
FBI numbers don’t lie. Nation wide report shows that law breakers using rifles to commit crime is significant less than knives or hands and fists.
When a man wants to kill, he will do whatever it takes. If there were laws that prevents a people from committing murder, we would have heard about it by now. This goes back to Cain and Able.
According to the FBI, the number of people killed with rifles and shotguns in 2016 totals approximately 636. Over 4 times that many, approximately 2732, were stabbed or hacked to death. If these anti Second Amendment freedom hating Democrats were all about saving lives and trying to reduce crime, they wouldn’t push for “assault rifles” or the correct term, semi auto rifles ban. They never talked about how many lives are saved by the hands of private citizens with guns each year.
I got an email from Virginian 2A rights group the Virginia Citizens Defense League today that I want to share with everyone regarding Delta’s recent anti gun policy. An updated story of such an absurd, idiotic and unfriendly policy of the skies that this VCDL member experienced.
I checked in with Delta for a flight out of Richmond. As always I had to go to the counter to declare my firearm. Delta checked to make sure it was secure and unloaded. In addition to the standard luggage tag that Delta uses, they placed a second white tag on my bag identifying that it contained a firearm [PVC: The tag is marked “CAGPT,” and does not say firearm. However, I question whether it is legal under federal law]. The bag was accepted and I went on my way.Continue reading “More Stupid Gun Control From Delta Airlines” »
We started the year by attending Lobby Day to attending each pro and anti gun bills in the GA sessions to writing emails and calling ours legislators about the bills we support or opposed. We are almost at the end of the road for the 2017 legislation. Good news is all anti-gun bills were buried this year and several good gun bills got sign in to law by our governor who is a man of his party’s agenda. He did vetoed couple of good life saving gun bills such as, HB 1582, Campbell, military 18 and older can apply for a CHP and SB 1299 by Vogel, protective orders become CHPs. Ironically the Democrats talk so much about protecting women and children but only if it politically concerns their interest. We tried to override several good bills that were vetoed but failed yesterday.
I was watching the feeds yesterday from Philip Van Cleave, the president of the Virginia Citizens Defense League who was at the General Assembly watching the whole showdown.
Snippets taken from Philip’s Facrbook posting. Continue reading “2017 Virginia Legislation Wrap Up – Gun Bills” »
It’s seems to be a more frequent occurring that we hear people bringing up conversations about their physician having them fill out a questionnaire in regards to their health care plan asking about guns which has nothing to do with the subject whatsoever. The “Affordable Health Care Act” is over a 1000 pages to mask it’s dangerous doses of personal rights violations and gun control is one of the main bullet points.
At my state gun rights group (VCDL) monthly meeting, someone associated to the Doctors for Responsible Gun Ownership gave us all attendees handouts with information on what steps you can take to deal with when your doctor asks you about your guns. I want to share it to as many people as I can. Feel free to pass along this valuable information.
You read it right again. According to a more recent study by Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, which cites the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the U.S National Academy of Sciences and the United Nations International Study on Firearms Regulation, the more guns a nation has, the less criminal activity.
The study came from the Harvard Journal of Law, that bastion of extreme, Ivy League liberalism. Titled Would Banning Firearms Reduce Murder and Suicide?, the report “found some surprising things.”
It concludes the virtually unpublicized research report by attorney Don B. Kates and Dr. Gary Mauser. But the key is firearms in the hands of private citizens. Continue reading “Harvard University Study Reveals More Guns Equates to Less Crime” »
With the recent mass killings and only a “small” rise of vehicles being used as a weapon, the media, law makers and the public always say we have to do something about the tool that was used. Hardly blaming the person/s. While simultaneously intending to do nothing more vigorously than posting an emotionally charged status on the news and social media.
The usual routine actions that legislators will perform based on the general fear, vague and use the widespread unease to signed another so called “feel-good” piece of legislation that does nothing more to prevent the problem that it supposed to prevent but only hinder law abiding citizens from going about their daily lives. Continue reading “The “Feel” Good Legislation – Escape Vehicle Ban of 2016” »