How the Feds Plan to Use the APA, NSA and Obamacare to Get Your Guns

How the Feds Plan to Use the APA, NSA and Obamacare to Get Your GunsPosted By on Jan 7, 2014

I read an article recently, by Brandon Turbeville, about the Executive Actions Obama signed January 3 further limiting our gun rights, and it got me to thinking about the “Axis of Evil” which have now joined forces to disarm us.  Although there are plenty of tertiary players, it’s mainly Obamacare, NSA and the American Psychiatric Association (APA) who make up this merry collaboration of oppressors.

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NYC alarms with notice: ‘Immediately surrender your rifle’

Liberals in local, state, and federal government continue to make more and more power grabs by the day. Will We the People throw them out of office come election time? We’re currently less than one year away from America’s midterm elections, it’s time to once again become active in the political fight against those who would take away our freedoms. –PBN

New York City authorities have been sending out notices to residents who own guns that now violate new ammunition capability laws, demanding they relinquish their weapons — and even though the notifications may just be standard police procedure, the text is a shocker.

At issue: Weapons that hold more than five rounds of ammo, The Blaze reported.

One such notice to a city resident, dated Nov. 18 and posted on The Blaze, reads: “Immediately surrender your rifle and/or shotgun to your local police precinct, and notify this office of the invoice number. The firearm may be sold or permanently removed from the City of New York thereafter. Permanently remove your rifle and/or shotgun from New York City.”

The letter also advises that the recipient “may call to discuss the matter if you believe your firearm is in compliance, or you may request the option to bring your firearm to a licensed gunsmith for a permanent modification and certification proving that it is permanently modified and in compliance.”

The Associated Press reported that it wasn’t clear if police were taking aggressive steps to root out those who ignored the demands of the letter.

Source: The Washington Times

Gun Control Sprouts from Racists Soil – NRA Has Standing to Fight Gun Control with The Militia Act of 1903

Gun control springs from racist soil. Dixiecrats (Dems) wanted to control people.

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“God created man, Sam Colt made them equal.”

It’ is only because of the lies of the Democrats that all blacks are not Conservative. How blacks can be so supportive of Democrats who continuously  seek to own them  through handouts, and the fear of being  independent. Dems talk about freedom but the Democratic brand of freedom is  apathy and continuous enslavement to govt programs.

Fortunately the NRA has standing with The Militia Act of 1903, also known as the Dick act of 1902.
Further Asserting the Second Amendment as Untouchable.  

Progressives in the House and Senate, be very afraid of failure, because you will fail!  Any gun control law breaking.

We have laws on the books that the lawmakers are ignorant of.  Maybe Congress, the Judiciary and Executive branches should get busy keeping the laws we have but first they’ll need to know the present laws prior to trying to enact  any more!

Truth about Travon Martin & Zimmerman’s Case – Now Let’s Move On

While the racist left are denying the truth about the Zimmerman case, we want to share the truth and journalistic expertise in this video from Bill Whittle. Please watch entire 10 min of video and share with the left.

“To connect Martin Luther King to this travesty, is an outrage and it’s disgusting and it’s perpetrated by outrageous and disgusting people”

America needs to pray for the Zimmermans protection and the knowledge wisdom and understanding for the Lord’s leadership in their lives. We also as a nation, well at least real Americans need to step away from what the left are trying to distract us from, which is the ruination of our Nation by this crop of vile Dems. God Blesses America, and God Blesses real Americans while He deals with the malignant murderous balance of lawbreakers and vile fabricators in our borders. We are the majority, let’s act like it. God Bless you -PBN

“The Left Inject Race Into Trayvon Case” Deneen & Tom Borelli [VIDEO]

There is nothing here but opportunity for the race card players AKA Democrats. USA is better than this.

God Bless the Borellis for speaking capital “T” truth to power.


Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. strongly condemned “stand your ground” laws Tuesday, saying the measures “senselessly expand the concept of self-defense” and may encourage “violent situations to escalate.”

The National Rifle Association was not pleased with Holder’s statements and released the following to Fox News: 

Chris W. Cox, executive director NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action, claimed Holder went too far in extending the debate to “stand-your-ground” laws.

“The attorney general fails to understand that self-defense is not a concept, it’s a fundamental human right,” he said in a statement. “To send a message that legitimate self-defense is to blame is unconscionable, and demonstrates once again that this administration will exploit tragedies to push their political agenda.”

Do dumb people have the right of way? Honest vs. Dishonest Trayvon Disparity

Dishonest racist man speaks out about the Trayvon Martin Shooting

Intellectually honest man speaks out about the Trayvon Martin Shooting

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Will America Become Америка? NSA, PRISM, KGB Spying on Americans [4 VIDEOS]

Related NSA article U.S. Government Reveals Deadly Classified Israeli Military Information to Israel’s Enemies [VIDEO]

So who is Steven Grimaud? Steven is a Senior Executive Officer at the NSA. He’s one of those faceless individuals who monitors your phone records and email at the NSA, but nobody is supposed to know his name. I’ll be happy to tell you who he is. He’s my ex-husband. We were married when he was a Russian translator for the Navy Security Agency. read more

Obama Scheduled to Sign UN Arms Trade Treaty June 3rd

Gun Control

President Obama is scheduled to sign the U.N. Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) on June 3rd, but there is a way to stop him by nullifying everything they do through the power given you as a citizen of the USA.  Read how Maryland has nullified gun laws and is standing up for her Right To Bear Arms

“If you want to own a firearm, carry a gun under your jacket or over your jacket, the Second Amendment is your concealed carry permit, period. … It has nothing to do with self-defense; it has to do with freedom from tyranny.” -Kessler

The ATT, which has, supposedly, been designed to regulate the traffic and possession of weapons between countries, has been highly criticized by gun rights organizations and other advocates of UN intervention into Second Amendment issues as the very nature of the treaty’s enforcement suggests that a registry would be necessary to enforce the provisions of the treaty as the treaty calls for a tracking of “end users” of the firearm. read more

2nd Amendment Resolution: All Gun Laws Null & Void – Maryland Standing Up For Her Right To Bear Arms

The truth never leaves and never hides. It is always with us and always waiting to be shared. This is your country, this is our God Blessed USA. SO as Obama gets ready to sign the UN Arms Trade Treaty June 3rd  now would be a good time to show your passion for our sovereignty.  If this makes you angry do something like these concerned citizens did.
“If you want to own a firearm, carry a gun under your jacket or over your jacket, the Second Amendment is your concealed carry permit, period. … It has nothing to do with self-defense; it has to do with freedom from tyranny.” -Kessler
To protect our nations it will require 3,077 signatures from every sheriff  of each County, Borough or Parrish in the US to maintain our freedom and liberty and stop the tyrannical international laws that are attempting to be implemented.

The resolution quotes Alexander Hamilton in Federalist Paper No. 78:

“No legislative act, therefore, contrary to the Constitution, can be valid. To deny this, would be to affirm, that the deputy is greater than his principal; that the servant is above his master; that the representatives of the people are superior to the people themselves; that men acting by virtue of powers, may do not only what their powers do not authorize, but what they forbid.”

Or the 1803 case of Marbury v. Madison:

“All laws which are repugnant to the Constitution are null and void.”

“These gun-control measures are not laws,” concluded. “They are unconstitutional acts. You have the authority and duty to nullify this.” -Peroutka

Full pdf of Maryland’s resolution

Former Obama Secret Service Agent Now Guarding USA [VIDEO]

Don Bongino and Barack Obama

Dan Bongino former Secret Service Agent for Obama

Obama is the enemy of freedom and faith and all things good in the USA. He is shredding Liberty along with our Constitution and Bill of Rights daily. read more

“This isn’t Iraq dude, this is Temple Texas.” Active Duty Soldier Illegally Disarmed and Arrested

A young man out for a walk with Dad working on his 10 mile Eagle Scout patch witnessed his fathers illegal detainment and arrest in Temple Tx. Yes America, this is what we are coming to.  Gun laws are becoming as useless as the Constitution is to Obama. Below is a link to help this Iraqi/ Afghanistan war veteran.

On March 16, 2013, my son and I were hiking along country roads among pastures and fields with my 15-year old son to help him earn his hiking merit badge. I always enjoy these father/son hikes because it gives me time alone with my son. As I always do when we go on these hikes and walks, I took my trusty rifle with me as there are coyotes, wild hogs, and cougars in our area. In Texas, it is legal to openly carry a rifle or shotgun as long as you do so in a manner that isn’t calculated to cause alarm. In other words, you can’t walk around waving your rifle at people. I always carry my rifle slung across my chest dangling, not holding it in my hands.

At about the 5 mile mark of our hike, a voice behind us asked us to stop and the officer motioned for us to approach him. He got out of his car and met us a few feet later. He asked us what we were doing and I explained that we were hiking for my son’s merit badge. He then asked me what I’m doing with the rifle, to which I responded in a calm manner, “Does it matter, officer? Am I breaking the law?”

At that point, the officer grabbed my rifle without warning or indication. He didn’t ask for my rifle and he didn’t suggest he would take it from me. He simply grabbed it. This startled me and I instantly pulled back – the rifle was attached to me – and I asked what he thought he was doing because he’s not taking my rifle. He then pulled his service pistol on me and told me to take my hands off the weapon and move to his car, which I complied with. He then slammed me into the hood of his car and I remembered I had a camera on me (one of the requirements of the hiking merit badge is to document your hikes). This video is the rest of that encounter. Up to this point, I am not told why I am being stopped, why he tried to disarm me, or even that I’m under arrest.

We did not set out that Saturday morning to “make a point” or cause problems. Our goal was to complete a 10-mile hike and return home without incident. My son chose a route that away from populated areas but near our home.

The arresting officer is Officer Steve Ermis and the supervisor is Sergeant Minnicks of the Temple Police Department.

If you agree this was a gross act of exceeded authority, please help me fight these charges:

Missouri Highway Patrol released names of 163,000 Missourians concealed weapons permit holders to Social Security Admin

Kiss your butt gun control

This has taken place twice in the past two years. Bill SB 252 Prohibits the Department of Revenue from retaining copies of source documents used to obtain driver’s licenses and modifies other driver’s license provisions

Read how the feds are buying enough bullets for a 24 year war against US citizens while disarming us which prevents us from defending ourselves.  

When questioned by committee Chairman Kurt Schaefer on April 11, Missouri State Highway Patrol Col. Ron Replogle admitted “his agency had turned over the data.”

The information was passed to the Social Security Administration Office of the Inspector General in Nov. 2011 and again in Jan. 2012. Replogle claims the information was encrypted and the discs holding the information were destroyed.

“[The feds] said no names were retrieved,” Replogle said. “They do not have those names. They did not disseminate that information,” he claimed. He also stressed “all that information has been destroyed.”

The investigation into leaked personal information began after suspicions arose over new drivers license rules requiring citizens to bring in numerous personal documents–including concealed carry permit information–to be “scanned and retained.”

Replogle said the names were turned over to “cross-check… names on the concealed carry list with [the federal] agency’s list of those with disabilities attributed to mental illness to find possible evidence of fraud in the system.”

“It is clearly a violation of one’s personal privacy, not to mention Missouri law, and I cannot adequately express to you my incredible concern over this request” Luetkemeyer

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon (D) has been denying that “concealed weapons permits were turned over to a ‘magical database’ for federal agents to ‘mess with.'”

JEFFERSON CITY • The Missouri Highway Patrol admitted on Thursday that it released the names of more than 163,000 Missourians who have concealed weapons permits to a federal agent twice in the past two years.

Gov. Jay Nixon’s administration maintains that the releases were legal and done to aid an investigation, but that has done little to calm Republicans’ concerns over what they see as a breach of privacy rights and potential evidence of intrusive gun tactics from the federal government.

“I’m very concerned that this may be a back-door attempt to create the Eric Holder gun registry,” said House Speaker Tim Jones, R-Eureka, referring to the U.S. attorney general. “Missourians are very much opposed to this type of government overreach and intrusion.”

The admission comes as statehouse Republicans are decrying the state’s new method of scanning images of personal documents needed for drivers license registrations. It also emerged as a new flashpoint in a national debate over gun rights in the wake of the child murders in Newtown, Conn.

Missouri Highway Patrol Col. Ron Replogle told the Senate Appropriations Committee on Thursday that a Social Security Administration agent based in St. Louis wanted the concealed-carry permit information for an investigation into disability fraud related to mental illness claims.

The list of permit holders was going to be compared with a list of Social Security recipients to see whether anyone who had met the mental health qualifications for a concealed carry permit had also sought benefits for a mental illness. Replogle said the encrypted information was mailed to the agent twice on password-protected discs, but both times, the agent was unable to access the data.

“In our opinion, it was a criminal investigation,” Replogle said.

The Social Security Administration did not respond to requests for comment from the Post-Dispatch.

Senators weren’t eased by the fact that the lists were never opened.

“The harm isn’t actually that they were read or not read, the harm is that, with reckless abandon, what is a private database in the state of Missouri with private information … was given out on discs with apparently not even a written request,” said Senate Appropriations Chair Kurt Schaefer, R-Columbia. “That’s the issue.”

Under state law, disclosing information about concealed carry holders is a misdemeanor, and Schaefer said he believed the release of the lists violated that law.

But Department of Public Safety deputy director Andrea Spillars said the sharing of information among law enforcement agencies was legal and common.

She told the Appropriations Committee the agency could do it again legally, but the department recently implemented a policy to require such requests to undergo additional scrutiny.

Nixon, in Kirkwood to survey tornado damage Thursday, also told the Post-Dispatch that the state agencies acted within their legal authority.

“I’ll only say that, as is our usual process and procedure, we’ve followed the laws and we’ll continue to,” said Nixon, a Democrat.

But Republicans quickly seized on the privacy issue, which had been steadily building amid speculation over the administration’s handling of private information related to drivers licenses by the Department of Revenue.

“This is a big breach of public trust,” said Sen. Dan Brown, a Republican from Rolla on the Appropriations Committee.

The Highway Patrol got the concealed carry lists from the Department of Revenue’s licensing arm, which maintains the data. But the release of the concealed carry lists apparently had nothing to do with the DOR’s new licensing system that lawmakers have been investigating for several weeks. The first concealed carry list was sent in November 2011, before the new system went into effect, and Replogle said the Revenue Department probably had had the ability to compile one for several years.

Jones said concerns over the concealed carry lists and Missouri’s new drivers licenses were “intertwined.” Without the ongoing investigation into the licenses and the Department of Revenue’s handling of private information, it’s unlikely that lawmakers would have stumbled upon the details of the release of the concealed carry lists, he said.

Lawmakers began airing concerns over the Department of Revenue’s new license system last month, and questions primarily focused on whether it was being used to send data to the federal government or implement the federal Real ID Act in violation of state law. The new process includes electronic scanning of personal identification documents, including birth certificates, marriage licenses and concealed carry certifications.

In several hearings at the Capitol, officials from the Revenue Department told lawmakers that the new process was intended to make licenses more secure. They have repeatedly said the new scanning policy is not an attempt to implement Real ID and the process is not being used to share documents with the federal government.

Schaefer said finding out about the concealed carry lists was “like extracting teeth.” After hours of inquiry, with questions often repeated in varying ways, Schaefer latched onto the issue of whether concealed carry lists had ever been created and shared outside of the new system. After some vague answers, officials eventually admitted Wednesday night that the Department of Revenue had given concealed carry lists to the state Highway Patrol.

Later in the evening, they returned to say that Highway Patrol handed the information over to a federal agent. Replogle’s testimony, filing in the details of the federal requests, came Thursday morning, but early reports had already started to garner national attention.

Some Republicans called on Nixon to fire those responsible for the release. They also have accused the governor’s administration of covering up the details.

Missouri Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer, R-St. Elizabeth, sent letters to officials in the Social Security Administration and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security on Thursday seeking more information about the federal government’s role in the information release.

“It is clearly a violation of one’s personal privacy, not to mention Missouri law, and I cannot adequately express to you my incredible concern over this request,” Luetkemeyer wrote in the letters, requesting specific details about the nature of the request, as well as private meetings with top federal officials.

State Auditor Tom Schweich is auditing the Department of Revenue. The House Government Oversight Committee has launched its own investigation, and Jones said he would give the committee the power to subpoena for information — a tactic Schaefer used in his investigation of whether Revenue is working toward Real ID requirements.

Jones also has called on Attorney General Chris Koster to appoint an independent investigative committee to look into the Department of Revenue’s handling of private information. Koster’s office did not respond to the Post-Dispatch’s request for comment.

Meanwhile, the state House and Senate have each given early approval to legislation that would block the Revenue Department from scanning documents used to obtain drivers licenses.

Sources Breitbart and St. Louis Today