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  1. #151
    I am hoping that the NWO, one world government clowns that want to disarm the nations of the world will find America a much different place than England and other countries that rolled over and played dead when they came for theirs.
    By faith Noah,being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear,prepared an ark to the saving of his house;by the which he condemned the world,and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith Heb.11:7

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  4. #153
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    Jun 2008
    Pennsylvania, Delaware County
    Those were some very enlightening videos that you found Bohemian, good job!!!

  5. #154
    Oak Park's gun ban to go before Supreme Court

    October 8, 2009
    Oak Park's gun ban to go before Supreme Court :: News :: PIONEER PRESS :: Oak Park Leaves

    With the U.S. Supreme Court's decision last week to hear a challenge to Chicago's and Oak Park's handgun ban, the village attorney is weighing his options on how Oak Park should proceed.

    Oak Park Village Attorney Ray Heise, who wrote the handgun ban ordinance 25 years ago, is keeping a watchful eye over the challenge by gun rights activists of its constitutionality.

    But the fact that the Supreme Court decided to hear the Chicago case, over two other similar cases, changes Oak Park's strategy.

    "In terms of the appeal process, we now have choices rather than obligations," Heise said. "Our case, for all intents and purposes, is complete. The seventh circuit dismissed the NRA lawsuit against the village and the Supreme Court did not accept that case on review."

    But Oak Park will still be subject to the outcome of the High Court's decision, he said.

    "The village needs to decide how it wants to proceed from this point forward," Heise said. "Do we assist Chicago in their preparation for the Supreme Court hearing on this case? Do we file an independent amicus brief in support of the city? Do we join others in an amicus brief? There are lots of choices. The village is, as the only other municipality with a surviving handgun ban, in a unique position, so it is going to have to consider that when it decides how it wants to proceed."

    But that decision is not necessarily urgent.

    "The Supreme Court case is going to come up on their docket well into 2010, so there's time to think about this," Heise said.

    The case in question, McDonald vs. Chicago, was filed last year and the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld Chicago's and Oak Park's ordinances. The plaintiff in that case, backed by the National Rifle Association, appealed to the Supreme Court.

    The Chicago-based law firm Mayer Brown agreed this summer to represent Oak Park on a pro bono basis. Heise said the firm will continue to represent the village at no cost.

    "The first thing I've asked Mayer Brown to do is to summarize the village's options, and I also asked them to make a recommendation, so I want to see that first before I weigh in on it," Heise said.

    The crux of the issue, and how it differs from an across-the-board ban on guns in Washington D.C., which was ruled unconstitutional last year, is that Oak Park's ban only applies to handguns.

    Just like in Chicago, Oak Park's law allows residents to own rifles and shotguns. That, Heise would argue, means an Oak Parker's fundamental constitutional rights are still in tact.

    "The right to self-defense and weapons to defend one's home may be fundamental, but the right to carry a particular kind of weapon is not," he said. "That's going to be the critical issue here."

    Another crux is whether state and local governments have a right to interpret the federal law and apply it based on its unique circumstances, he said.

    "Does the City of Chicago and Village of Oak Park, which exist in an urban environment, have the ability to react to gang violence in a unique way, whereas a rural community can enact legislation to protect its citizenry in a totally different way?" Heise asked, rhetorically.

    Handguns are the "weapons of choice" among street criminals, he added. That's why the law singles those weapons out.

    "We did a little internal piece about armed robberies, just taking a look at armed robberies with the use of handguns, and this was through the first seven months of this year, there were 28 robberies using handguns and none using rifles or shotguns," Heise said. They are also a prime target during home burglaries, he said.

    Oak Park's gun ban to go before Supreme Court :: News :: PIONEER PRESS :: Oak Park Leaves

    YouTube - Machine Gun Ban for Those Under Age 16

  6. #155
    Give The BATFE The Boot!!!
    We gun owners routinely say to one another that we have the "right" to keep and bear arms. Honestly, though: what kind of "right" do we have if we are afraid to use it?
    When we're afraid to make a purchase at a gun show, own an interesting collection of firearms, or effectively protect our own home and family, then we've already lost most of the right to keep and bear arms.
    There is one federal agency whose job is to instill fear into gun owners and dealers. That agency is BATFE. And JPFO wants to give them the boot. We're even putting together a film production that we think will help deal a death blow to this rogue agency!
    Read more (and visit to see the next level of this campaign!)

    Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership:

  7. #156
    October 14th, 2009: Associated Press - US-Mexico groups urges new US assault weapons ban...

    The Associated Press: US-Mexico groups urges new US assault weapons ban

    October 13th, 2009: Los Angeles Times - Former US, Mexican diplomats recommend new US assault weapons ban to improve border security...,2535674.story

    October 13th, 2009: Pennsylvania Firearm Owners Association - Brittan's reality of a complete gun ban...

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  9. #158
    YouTube - CNN Lou Dobbs Tonight, November 11, 2009 -Chicago Mayor blames gun culture on Fort Hood Masacre

    Daley Machine Backs Obama:

    Mayor Daley defends Obama, vouching for William Ayers:

    Obama endorses Daley's re-election bid:

    Michele Obama worked as part of the staff of Legendary Gun Banner Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley...

    "The people never give up their liberties, but under some delusion." - Edmund Burke

  10. #159
    The only way Daley could be stupider, is talk more!

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    RINO New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg (R-NY) Uses Ft. Hood Murders To Push Gun Control

    Thursday, November 26, 2009

    Yes the guy that just bought the New York Mayors office again, is up to his old tricks again...


    In another transparent attempt to undercut the Second Amendment fresh on the heels of his hidden-camera attack on gun shows, Michael Bloomberg’s anti-gun group, Mayors Against Illegal Guns, has alleged that the multiple murders that took place on Ft. Hood recently could have been prevented by changes in federal gun laws.

    In an in the Washington Post on Monday, Bloomberg’s group claimed that the Ft. Hood murder suspect’s “gun purchase could have been key to the FBI’s investigation into his association with terrorists.”

    Incredible. It has already been reported that before the suspect purchased the gun allegedly used in the murders, the FBI knew that between December 2008 and June 2009, he had sent 16 emails to a radical Islamic cleric based suspected of having ties to al-Qaeda. In one, he told the cleric that he could not wait to join him in the afterlife.

    Nevertheless, after reviewing the e-mails, the FBI and other federal agencies concluded that the suspect was not a threat, and it has since concluded that the crimes of which he is suspected were not part of organized terrorism.

    On November 9, the FBI stated “Major Hasan came to the attention of the FBI in December 2008 as part of an unrelated investigation being conducted by one of our Joint Terrorism Task Forces (JTTFs). JTTFs are FBI-led, multi-agency teams made up of FBI agents, other federal investigators, including those from the Department of Defense, and state and local law enforcement officers. . . . Investigators on the JTTF reviewed certain communications between Major Hasan and the subject of that investigation and assessed that the content of those communications was consistent with research being conducted by Major Hasan in his position as a psychiatrist at the Walter Reed Medical Center. Because the content of the communications was explainable by his research and nothing else derogatory was found, the JTTF concluded that Major Hasan was not involved in terrorist activities or terrorist planning. . . . [T]he investigation to date indicates that the alleged gunman acted alone and was not part of a broader terrorist plot.”

    Bloomberg says that if the federal law requiring the FBI to purge the NICS system of records of approved gun purchasers had not been in place, the FBI would have known that Hasan had bought a gun and changed its judgment about him. But while few Americans exchange e-mails with radical clerics suspected of ties to al Qaeda, there are about 12 million NICS firearm checks annually. To Bloomberg, apparently, buying a gun is reason enough to be suspicious. Bloomberg also says that Congress should approve legislation introduced by Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.), to allow Americans placed on the FBI’s terror watchlist to be prohibited from buying firearms, but to deny them the right to confront their accusers and the “evidence” against them. Both concepts received a nod from the Obama Administration on November 18. During hearings before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) asked Attorney General Eric Holder whether the administration supported legislation to allow to FBI to retain NICS gun purchase records, and Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) asked Holder whether the administration supported legislation "closing" the so-called "Terror Gap." Holder responded in the affirmative on both counts.

    You would think that someone who can spend $200 million of his own money to get elected mayor of New York City three times could afford copies of the U.S. Code and the Constitution. Not only does federal law stipulate the specific grounds for denying a person the right to arms, the Fourteenth Amendment states that no one shall be deprived of liberty without due process of law.

    And while he is at it, he could buy a copy of another well-known publication, Webster’s Dictionary, and look up the word “obsession.”

    To see Bloomberg’s Washington Post ad, and whether your town’s mayor is allied with his group, see ...


    Interesting he failed to point out that Hasan pulled off his shooting in yet another GUN FREE ZONE...

    "The people never give up their liberties, but under some delusion." - Edmund Burke

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