The article by News Times failed to report the fact that records from the Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection show a long history of criminal behavior and that Neil Heslin is a felon. All of which means that Neil Heslin is not allowed per State and Federal law to purchase, own or possess any firearms. So often we find that the strongest critics of the right to bear arms are those people who cannot be trusted with firearms themselves.
In fact, despite multiple convictions for drunk driving and losing his
license, Mr. Heslin continued to drive and was eventually charged with
driving under suspension.
Another major issue left out of the reporting so far has been Heslin’s
financial and civil issues. He has been sued several times for not
paying his bills through his businesses and for not paying child support
as well. Now, Mr. Heslin has found the employment he has needed for so long lobbying against the rights of the citizens of Connecticut and the rest of the country as well.
Apparently Connecticut Carry has been getting various threats for having let this information out; the gun bigots will happily work with crooks, but they don't want people to know about it.
Speaking of 'working with crooks' and protecting them,
The shocking scale of the
Establishment cover-up of former Liberal MP Cyril Smith’s sickening sex abuse of boys is revealed today.
For four decades, the depraved 29st politician was free to prey on vulnerable children as young as eight.
received at least 144 complaints by victims of the predatory paedophile
yet the authorities blocked any prosecution – allowing Smith brazenly
to continue his abuse.
Liberal Party even put his name forward for a knighthood in 1988 in
spite of the rumours of his sordid activities swirling around
Connected, from the gentleman at Belmont,
It is in some ways a whole lot easier to fight extremist gangs in dusty,
far away African places. These mean, low-down, murderous critters whose
life on earth is arguably a waste of oxygen are also in their way
powerless villains, whose main sin is having no lobbyist in Washington
to represent them. If they had it would already be politically incorrect
to despise them. But one wonders whether low-rent thugs people like
Kony are the truly dangerous men of this world when compared to those
who hover, above reproach, in our most glittering circles, in the center
of our most respected human rights organizations?
Joe Huffman notes a Brady Campaign gathering, and comments on their aims:
[I find the language used very interesting. “Thought leaders”? “Hone
the skills needed to effectively engage…”? “Spreading our message”?
We don’t want people to have their “thoughts led”. We want people think for themselves.
We don’t “hone our skills” to engage people. We arm ourselves with facts.
We don’t “spread messages in congress”. We demand our congress critters obey the law and respect our rights.
They think differently from me. Perhaps more different than I can think.—Joe]
Just how DID Harry Reid get so rich?