Sunday, July 29, 2012

ATF head says "Oh, NO, I wasn't

threatening whistleblowers! Perish the thought!"
Well, Mr. Jones, considering the agency past, there's damn well reason for people to think you were. We'll see if you actually carry through, or not.


From the only reporter who's really dug into Gunwalker,
Expecting some potential news this coming week, but am travelling. Will try to get to it all.


"We're too busy kicking your door in to make sure we've got the right place."


Dammit, Betty, not you too!!


Codrea also thinks they're just trying to work under the radar again:
Regardless, new ways to advance citizen disarmament “under the radar” are still being explored, anticipating a time when it will be deemed safe to green light them. Among these could be moves that bypass the legislature altogether, such as executive orders designed to limit imports of “non-sporting” firearms and ammunition, and new and costly requirements for licensed gun dealers that could drive smaller ones out of business.

Additionally, anti-gun legislative measures are still advancing, buried in pending bills that would escape notice unless watchful eyes were ever present. A case in point, The Hill reported Thursday, is a cyber security bill sponsored by leading “safe” Senate anti-gunners, containing an amendment that “would make it illegal to transfer or possess large capacity feeding devices such as gun magazines, belts, feed stripes [sic] and drums of more than 10 rounds of ammunition with the exception of .22 caliber rim fire ammunition.” The bill is scheduled for debate and amendment votes next week, and while survival of that provision is questionable, it illustrates that the public liberty must be guarded with jealous attention, and that the devil is always lurking in the details.



Screw being 'cautioned' this judge should've been removed from the bench. And disbarred.

1 comment:

Bob said...

Thanks for the link!