Life like targets of children, elderly, and pregnant women are used to train DHS employees to shoot American citizens. They depict pregnant women, old men, old women, children and even young moms with guns. The purpose of the targets, according to the company that sells them, is to "eliminate any hesitation" that U.S. government employees might normally feel in shooting to kill pregnant women, children and old men. (I'm not making this up. The government's plan to murder Americans is now right out in the open...)
ATF agents were ordered to stand by and watch as known and suspected drug cartel members bought crates of guns from stores in the US. The guns were then used to kill thousands of people on both sides of the border. Those same stores complained to the ATF that drug members were doing it! What a great way to attempt to get the message across: guns are beeead.
A Maryland state senator has crafted a bill to curb the zeal of public school officials who are tempted to suspend students as young as kindergarten for having things — or talking about things, or eating things — that represent guns, but aren’t actually anything like real guns. The bill also includes a section mandating counseling for school officials who fail to distinguish between guns and things that resemble guns. School officials who fail to make such a distinction more than once would face discipline themselves.
Many of you may think of Vermont as the best state for 2nd Amendment rights being acknowledged- not anymore. Over 2 years ago the guy who runs the fleamarket in Newfane Vt had 5 or 6 fed goons LITERALLY strong-arm him. They told him he was NOT to allow any dealers to sell guns anymore, while one of them put a squeeze on his arm. He said they were FBI but there could have been BATF too. They scared him with the strong arming and a threat that he could be charged with some crime if he allows any more sales. They claimed that crimes occuring in Massachusetts etc.
Reversing a near decade-long ban, Amtrak will allow passengers to bring guns on most trains starting next month. The change, pushed by gun-rights advocates and ordered by Congress, aligns Amtrak’s firearm policy with air travel rules that allow unloaded guns to be stored in locked baggage holds. Federal Homeland Security officials on Monday said they are OK with guns being on trains as long as security protocols are enforced. "It’s deemed safe and appropriate," federal Transportation Security Administration spokesman Nico Melendez said. "If people follow the rules, it’s pretty simple."
Iraqi government wants to ban smoking in public places.
"The purpose behind approving the draft law to fight smoking is to protect the people from the social, health, environmental and economic risks of smoking," said government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh in a statement.
Let freedom ring!
Maybe they should ban occupying foreign troops with guns first?