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While I did appreciate a report by the NRA that debunked NBC’s claim that criminals buy gun parts online and can easily assemble them to build an untraceable “ghost gun,” neither NBC nor the NRA got at the root of the issue and that is the Second Amendment does not
The next time you hear NBC objecting to “fake news,” you can shout “Remember Rossen!” at the TV. On Thursday, NBC reporter Jeff Rossen aired a breathless report claiming “Loophole Lets Criminals Buy Untraceable ‘Ghost Guns’ Online,” in which he claimed criminals are buying parts online to easily assemble fully
Governments hate legal loopholes, unless of course, those loopholes benefit themselves and their monied interests. In either case, they can’t stand it when the plebes find a way around their draconian laws. This especially applies to ghost guns, which if you’re not familiar, are untraceable firearm receivers that are shipped
We’re reported on the new technology that is putting fear in the hearts of tyrants: 3d printing. We’ve watched as it has produced an AR-15 semi-automatic pistol, a handgun made totally out of ABS plastic except for the metal firing pin, a metal 1911 handgun, prosthetics and brain tissue, even
The Second Amendment guarantees American citizens the right to bear arms, but both federal and state governments determine how citizens may legally exercise that right. And while both federal and state gun control laws regularly change, laws at the state level change more frequently and often without the media coverage that surrounds
Thankfully, 13 of 36 Oregon sheriffs have already vowed to make their counties Second Amendment sanctuaries.
Emir Faisal gave this Short, Magazine Lee-Enfield, Mk III (below), to T.E. Lawrence after it had been captured by the Turks at Gallipoli. It was engraved with “Part of our booty in the battles for the Dardanelles” before being presented to Faisal by Turkish leader Enver Pasha. Lawrence subsequently presented
While it would certainly be an amazing thought to be able to live in a world without guns, that is simply not the case. Until it is the case, anyone who wants to defend themselves and their family, should be able to do so in any manner they see fit — as the only other option is tyranny.
This federal judge should know what the Constitution actually says and should have tossed this frivolous lawsuit in the trash where it belongs. Instead, he is demonstrating he is not even fit to sit on the bench, and the attorney generals of each of these states are demonstrating they are not fit to be in the office they are in.
The ability to build an untraceable, unregistered gun is definitely a game changer. It’s difficult to see how “ghost guns” could ever be regulated by the government.