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    Where the rubber meets the road

    Friday, March 8, 2013
    Remington Arms Says It Will Stay in New York

    The Firearms Manufacturer Will Also Be Given $80 Million Dollars by the Pentagon over the Next 10 Years









    ILION, N.Y. Remington Arms will be staying in the Mohawk Valley for the foreseeable future. Two days after sources say Remington Officials met with three State Senators and three Assembly, U.S. Congressman Richard Hanna announced that the Pentagon would be awarding Remington an $80 million contract.
    In the meeting, sources say, Remington told the State lawmakers that they were moving forward with a $20 million upgrade to their plant that employs 1,200 people.
    Hanna said that the contract calls for Remington to make more than 5,000 sniper rifles and millions of rounds over the next 10 years for the U.S. Special Operations Command.
    Concerns were raised about the company's future in Herkimer County after the Legislature passed a law banning the sale of military-style rifles, including the Bushmaster product made at the Remington plant. Since the law was passed in mid-January, other states have shown interest in having Remington relocate the plant.




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    You folks gonna boycott with the rest of us?


    It has come down to us, and them.

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    ATF Wants To Know Everything About You

    April 9, 2013 by Sam Rolley

    PHOTOS.COM

    The Federal government has already made great strides in ensuring that anonymity is a thing of the past with massive data-collection-and-storage facilities like fusion centers and a post-9/11 American legal structure that makes government’s ability to spy on citizens easier than ever.
    And American citizens, for their part, have willingly placed themselves in a position to be spied upon with relative ease via addiction to social networking and reliance on technology that provides unprecedented convenience.
    Unfortunately, for all of the joy of being instantly able to contact old friends or keep in touch with busy grandchildren on social networks or the benefits that come from always having a phone on hand that doubles as a computer, Americans pay a high price: There is no such thing as privacy. And even if you refrain from using the aforementioned technologies, someone you know has likely already unwittingly provided the surveillance state with enough information to include you in the dragnet.
    A recent notice posted on the website of the Federal Business Opportunities reveals that the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is currently seeking help putting together a “massive online data repository system.” The system, to be operated by the ATF’s Office of Strategic Intelligence and Information (OSII) for at least five years, would enable the agency to conduct ongoing automated searches and find links between people by scouring “structured and unstructured data.”
    ATF officials are looking for a company capable of setting up a computer program that would compile databases of financial data, online information, vehicle registration records, phone numbers, addresses and all other manner of potentially identifying information in order to provide detailed records on American citizens searchable with just a few keywords. Using information gathered from social networks and other sources of publicly available data, the agency also wishes to be able to automatically establish connections between an individual and his family members, business associates and acquaintances without having to search more than one source.
    While Federal agents can generally locate the aforementioned information using current investigative resources, the ATF says the database system it wants to implement allows it “quickly respond to problems, threats, etc.” spending as few man-hours on old-school detective work as possible.
    That means ATF will be able to conduct no-knock raids, like that carried out against YouTube sensation Kyle Myers of the FPS Russia gun enthusiast channel, on more Americans and faster than ever before.


    ATF Wants To Know Everything About You : Personal Liberty Digest?

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    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/0...usaolp00000003

    These senate Pubes (R) have agreed to back the globalists and pass gun control legislation

    John McCain - Arizona (202) 224-2235

    Kelly Ayotte - New Hampshire 202-224-3324

    Jeff Flake - Arizona (202) 224-4521
    (this is the freshman just Elected )

    Johnny Isakson - Georgia (202) 224-3643

    TOM COBURN - OKLAHOMA - He negotiated Background Checks 202-224-5754

    Dean Heller - Nevada 202-224-6244

    Susan Collins - Maine (202) 224-2523

    Lindsey Graham - South Carolina (202) 224-5972

    It looks like the Bill is on its way to the house if this story is true

    We will see Thursday

    I fear it is true and hope the house will stand up and do the right thing

    Unfortunately with 60 votes not even the promised filibuster will have a chance

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    I sold a gun to a guy this weekend at a gun show and he got a copy of my information and wanted to know if I wanted his "in case anyone asked." I told him we were not legally obligated to exchange any information and "in case anyone asks", my reply will be "KISS MY ASS!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndeyHall View Post
    I sold a gun to a guy this weekend at a gun show and he got a copy of my information and wanted to know if I wanted his "in case anyone asked." I told him we were not legally obligated to exchange any information and "in case anyone asks", my reply will be "KISS MY ASS!"
    I probably wouldn't have given him my information.

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    Of all tyrannies a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndeyHall View Post
    I sold a gun to a guy this weekend at a gun show and he got a copy of my information and wanted to know if I wanted his "in case anyone asked." I told him we were not legally obligated to exchange any information and "in case anyone asks", my reply will be "KISS MY ASS!"
    I probably wouldn't have given him my information.

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    Well I didn't really care since I really needed the money. I just humored him and made sure I had no record of the sale for any of our nazi govt to see.

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