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    Council on Foreign Relations pushes executive gun controls

    If the government can't get our guns one way, they will try another. The CFR is trying to blame all the ills of Central and South America on us while they are trying to destroy our country with drugs and illegal aliens. As has been said before, the lunatics are running the asylum. God, please protect us from all those idiots!






    Council on Foreign Relations pushes executive gun controls11:40 AM 08/03/2013










    Following in the well-worn footsteps of New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and his Blueprint for Federal Action on Illegal Guns, this week the Council on Foreign Relations released a memo urging the Obama administration to disregard the will of the American people and Congress and unilaterally enact a series of gun controls. Entitled, A Strategy to Reduce Gun Trafficking and Violence in the Americas, and written by CFR Senior Fellow for Latin American Studies, Julia F. Sweig, the memo pins the ills of Central and South America on U.S. gun owners and urges the president to curb our rights to cure them.

    Leading off CFRs wish list is a call to expand the current semi-auto rifle reporting scheme nationwide. Since 2010, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has required that all firearms dealers in the Southwest border states report to it the sale to one purchaser within a five-day period of two or more semiautomatic center-fire rifles of a caliber greater than .22. The result of this program is the registration of gun owners who choose to purchase more than one firearm at a time and significant additional paperwork burdens for dealers.

    In the Gun Control Act of 1968, Congress specifically limited a reporting scheme of this type to the sale of handguns. However, BATFE enacted the current requirement by twisting a procedure originally intended by Congress to allow the agency to query dealer records for legitimate and limited criminal investigations; the demand letter. Attempts by NRA to bind BATFE to their congressionally authorized functions through litigation on this issue have been unsuccessful, and to further expand the program would even more egregiously divorce BATFEs abuse of the demand letter process from any notion of Congressional authority.


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    If our enemies can not get what they want through the congress they will try to sneak it through a back door. KEEP ON GUARD!!! STAY OBSERVANT!!!

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