Ammo Buycott Tomorrow

Submitted by Bill St. Clair on Mon, 18 Nov 2002 13:00:00 GMT
From birdman:
"History is an account mostly false, of events mostly unimportant, which are brought about by rulers, mostly knaves, and soldiers, mostly fools." -- Ambrose Bierce

From survivalarts:

"I don't know about you, but if you hear that Williams' guns have been taken, you will know that Williams is dead." -- Walter Williams

National Ammo Day is tomorrow. Visit your local gun store. Buy at least 100 rounds of ammo. For the children. And remember to report your purchase.

Ed Lewis at Liberty for All - Respect for the "law" - no longer exists in Amerika. The time to shoot the bastards is almost at hand. Be prepared. [firearmnews]

"If you have 10,000 regulations, you destroy all respect for the law." - Winston Churchill

Strange that Mr. Churchill thought 10,000 regulations would destroy all respect for the law. Wonder what he would think of a country that has - what - maybe 2,000,000 regulations?


Can a state make any regulation concerning firearms? Nope. Each agreed to abide by the Constitution and Article VI assures this. They have no more authority to break the supreme law of the land and the regulations meant to govern all artificial entities than we do to break the law of not interfering with the rights of others (the only crime we can actually commit is to harm another natural person or his property).


The 2nd Amendment says clearly and simply that the right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. It doesn't qualify this in any manner and if it isn't qualified - such as "openly" or "unconcealed" or the caliber or what have you - then the requirement does not exist. It doesn't even state firearms - it states "arms".

Thus, any weapon may be kept and carried in whatever way a man or woman wants - concealed, openly, on the roof of their private property, in a utility trailer, or wherever.

In conjunction with this, you see, is that private property is not under the control of government. It is private and subject only to owner's use of - as long as he doesn't harm another man or woman or damage their property by the use of his.


Judges and prosecutors of de facto laws have become a most despicable bunch of felons that should be horse whipped, tarred and feathered, tried for treason by the people, and then hung by the neck until they are dead, preferably right on the courthouse steps. None deserve respect any more than the shadiest of robbers and killers.

Law enforcers - once known as peace officers and friends of the people - are now nothing more that government sanctioned terrorists set loose on the people with the intents to force people into compliance with "laws" (therefore, forcing changes in the form of approved government), and to generate revenues for the State, including the political subdivisions of.

L. Neil Smith at The Libertarian Enterprise - Why Michael Medved Needs Glasses - why there's nothing wrong with voting for the Libertarian candidate even when the winning margin of the Democrats over the Republican ends up being less than the Libertarian vote. Republican and Democrat are just the two branches of the Boot On Your Neck Party, and the Republicans are arguably more efficient at stealing our liberties. [tle]

The Republican Party was born for no other purpose than to oppress Americans. It has done nothing but that since the War between the States. The GOP is the party of conscription, the income tax, the loyalty oath, fiat money inflation, political censorship, and the midnight knock on the door. The only reason they got away with it is that Democrats were so much worse.


As hard as it may once have been to conceive, from the standpoint of individual liberty, Republicans are vastly worse than Democrats. George Junior has managed to make Bill Clinton look like a statesman. The only strategy libertarians ought to follow -- the only one that works for us, apparently -- is to prevent the election of as many of these goose-stepping imbeciles as possible. If it were up to me, I'd dedicate all of the Libertarian Party's resources to that and nothing else.

The truly silly thing is that all the Republicans have to do to eliminate the terrible threat that we libertarians represent is to be better than we are on the issues that count. Put a stop to the current War on Everything. Call the troops home for good. End the evil War on Drugs. Outlaw "civil forfeiture". Repeal 25,000 gun laws. Seriously reconsider taxation -- extortion and theft -- as a means of funding government.

Alan Hutch at The Libertarian Enterprise - Mass. Taxpayers Send a Message Their Masters Can't Understand - Question 1 to eliminate the income tax very nearly passed in Massachusetts. The goons in Mass. government somehow didn't get the message that they need to radcially reduce the size of government. [tle]

Sheldon Richman at The Washington Times - No loopholes needed - no gun law will prevent future serial killers. No gun law. Get used to it. [firearmnews]

jjayson at kuro5hin - A Shallow Introduction to the K Programming Language - Veery eenterestink. Not schtupid. A neat-looking somewhat-APL-like programming language produced by Kx. They also make KDB, a high-performance database. The KDB download for Windows, which includes K, is only 203K. [kuro5hin]

Independent Media Center - House Pases Orwellian Homeland Security Bill - summary with links on the Fatherland Security Act of 2002. Apparently, the new Information Awareness Office has been in the works since before September 11, 2001. has a PDF of the DARPA working paper (over 5 megs, I got tired of waiting, so I haven't looked at it yet) fleshing out the plan and including a timeline of previous drafts (Appendix A).

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