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A letter to Defense Distributed from the Department of State, Bureau of Political Military Affairs, Office of Defense Trade Controls Compliance, Enforcement Division (DTCC/END) explains that while conducting a review of the data posted on DEFCAD it found that the licensed firearm manufacturer might have released ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations)-controlled information without authorization and would thus be in violation.
Former Marine Adam Kokesh is organizing the protest. This is going to be interesting.
Here is the Liberator:
I thought they said that would never happen in America. Reason.com has the scoop on California’s gun registry-turned-confiscation. This is why the people don’t trust the government, and yet the gun-grabbers have the audacity to call us “crazy”, “paranoid”, etc. It is happening right now.
In a state facing over $34 billion in debt, Gov. Jerry Brown signs a bill spending $24 million on literally going after guns bought legally by people who later entered a status that the government thinks should bar them from a key tool for the basic human right of self-defense.
Click the link here for the audio.
David Kopel is a lawyer in Colorado and a contributor to the Cato Institute.
The male of the couple ran to get a semi-automatic AR-15 rifle and insisted Brisbon leave. Brisbon refused. Instead, as the man yelled “Stop! Stop Stop!” Brisbon moved menacingly toward the man, police said.
From: Carry On Movement
The “war on guns” continues with GE Capital the latest company do deny loans or divest in the firearm business.
From The Blaze:
The U.S. gun market brought in about $11.7 billion in sales last year, according to IBIS World. Additionally, financing is merely a “marginal activity” in the industry so GE’s actions shouldn’t have a huge impact on the gun market, WSJ.com reports.
But that’s not to say gun shops won’t feel it as more large banks refuse to provide lending services.
Former Navy SEAL Dom Rasso talks about the ongoing assault on our civil liberties and our personal responsibility to stand up for them.
This is a good article from The Loadout Room:
…her dislike was so strong that it elicited an emotional response whenever the subject was discussed. One of her main arguments was that guns were violent, and had no place in the civilized society of present day.