gop-tea-pub:

Looks like a sniveling little NAZI to me.
Bill Evans, who is the Boston Police Commissioner, and an Oath Breaker. Stated this: “For the most part, nobody in the city needs a shotgun, nobody needs a rifle, and I don’t know a lot of people who are into hunting who, being lifelong residents, would actually want that who lives in the city, but, especially here in the city I want to have discretion over who’s getting any type of gun because public safety is my main concern and as you know it’s an uphill battle taking as many guns off the street right now without pumping more into the system.”

Who does this tin pot dictator think he is? It is called the Bill of Rights Commissioner Wallace, not the Bill of Needs.
The citizens of Boston, need to call on the rank and file of the Boston Police Department to uphold their oath, and hold this jester of the oligarchs accountable for his condescending attitude towards the citizenry. http://www.nraila.org/news-issues/articles/2014/7/boston-police-commissioner-i-say-who-needs-a-gun!.aspx — Admin Robert Hase

gop-tea-pub:

Looks like a sniveling little NAZI to me.

Bill Evans, who is the Boston Police Commissioner, and an Oath Breaker. Stated this: “For the most part, nobody in the city needs a shotgun, nobody needs a rifle, and I don’t know a lot of people who are into hunting who, being lifelong residents, would actually want that who lives in the city, but, especially here in the city I want to have discretion over who’s getting any type of gun because public safety is my main concern and as you know it’s an uphill battle taking as many guns off the street right now without pumping more into the system.”

Who does this tin pot dictator think he is? It is called the Bill of Rights Commissioner Wallace, not the Bill of Needs.

The citizens of Boston, need to call on the rank and file of the Boston Police Department to uphold their oath, and hold this jester of the oligarchs accountable for his condescending attitude towards the citizenry.
http://www.nraila.org/news-issues/articles/2014/7/boston-police-commissioner-i-say-who-needs-a-gun!.aspx
— Admin Robert Hase

"But gun control really works!"Yea… riiight.

"But gun control really works!"

Yea… riiight.

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levon76:

Remember this.  It is important.

Also remember he doesn’t have an issue with putting weapons of war on the streets of other countries.

While we were sleeping, the police state came to America and made itself comfortable

Hi. Excuse me. 

While I’m sure this has already been corrected in other posts, I’d like to say a few words.

These pictures are from when the Boston Marathon bomber was in a Watertown neighborhood.  Specifically, mine.  I took pictures identical to it out my bedroom window while this was happening.  SWAT was there protecting us because there was a literal mass-murdered hiding in our neighborhood, equipped with bombs and other weapons.  It was the most terrifying 24 hours of my life so far and while I don’t like to relive it, I did feel safer knowing the police and SWAT was doing everything they could to protect my neighbors, my friends and I.  

The officers I spoke to were polite and unobtrusive.  They even got groceries for some families who had small children while we were in lockdown.  They were organized and professional.  I am extremely grateful for their service.

These are NOT pictures of a police state. 

Please do a little research before making a post like this.

SHOT DOWN

Research is important

Groceries are important, too.

I would just like to add that if you do not feel like what this great country does to protect her people from bad people, then feel free to leave it! If you spent half the energy bitching on tumblr bout the men an women that put their lives on the line for you as you would to leaving then you’d already be gone!

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Reblogging for that comment.

If everyone in that neighborhood had a gun then that mass murderer wouldn’t have hid anywhere alive. The people need weapons, not just the government.

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xion1212:

80 calibre full auto military grade assault clip !!!!!!!!¡

I sure hope you registered that assault machine with your local department of gun control. Wouldn’t want you running afoul of the Feistein agents. lol

xion1212:

80 calibre full auto military grade assault clip !!!!!!!!¡

I sure hope you registered that assault machine with your local department of gun control. Wouldn’t want you running afoul of the Feistein agents. lol

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Anonymous asked: How can atheists have religious freedom when atheism not are a religion?

Atheism is just as much a religion as any other. They doggedly preach their beliefs, proselytize anybody within earshot, and in some cities, gather in buildings on Sundays. 

All that is well and good, and deserves to be protected, because of the first amendment. Like I said, religious freedom is sacrosanct for everyone, regardless of denomination.

CPRC in the News: Explaining why limiting gun magazines to 10 bullets is dangerous

Gun control advocates just can’t let go of Gov. Chris Christie vetoing of a bill limiting gun magazines to 10 bullets. Christie’s warning that the bill wouldn’t save lives might not be politically popular, but it was scientifically accurate.

Obviously, politicians aren’t supposed to question whether gun control works, especially not so bluntly. But Christie wasn’t going to support new laws just for the sake of “doing something.”

“This is the very embodiment of reform in name only,” Christie noted in his veto. “It simply defies common sense to believe that imposing a new and entirely arbitrary number of bullets that can be lawfully loaded into a firearm will somehow eradicate, or even reduce, future instances of mass violence.”

Christie’s reasoning has driven many critics crazy. Former Republican congressman and current MSNBC host Joe Scarborough slammed Christie as making one of the “stupidest arguments” he’s ever heard. In Sunday’s Star-Ledger (“One Gov. to another: A missed opportunity”), Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy took the unusual step of unloading on him in an opinion piece, calling the decision “appalling” and “callous,” accusing Christie of doing it for “personal political aspirations,” and that the decision defied “common sense.”

But there is a reason that gun control supporters, such as Malloy, don’t provide evidence that Christie is factually in the wrong. There have been plenty of studies on assault weapon bans by criminologists and economists alike, but there isn’t any evidence that limiting magazine size helps fight crime.

Take the work of two criminology professors, Chris Koper and Jeff Roth. They were hired by the Clinton administration to evaluate the original assault weapons ban, which limited magazines to 10 bullets. They found: “the evidence is not strong enough for us to conclude that there was any meaningful effect (i.e., that the effect was different from zero).”

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