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‘ANTI-GUNNERS GET DESPERATION DOLLARS TO PUSH I-1639’

‘ANTI-GUNNERS GET DESPERATION DOLLARS TO PUSH I-1639'
BELLEVUE, WA – While their extremist gun control campaign is being largely funded by less than a dozen wealthy elitists, proponents of Initiative 1639 are feigning desperation in an effort to raise small donations to create the appearance of a populist movement, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms said today.

“This week,” noted CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb, “backers of the gun control initiative just got a $600,000 windfall from two billionaire couples and New York billionaire Michael Bloomberg’s gun control lobbying group to pass I-1639. Yet, they sent a mass email begging for donations while complaining that the real grassroots opposition to I-1639 is spending ‘big’ money to fight the measure. What they’re not saying is that they have raised and spent ten times as much money to push their draconian scheme.

By CCRKBA - Sunday, October 28, 2018

The Deep State’s Loony-Bomber

The Deep State’s Loony-Bomber
Less than two weeks before the vitally important mid-term elections a zealous Trump fanatic mails faux bombs to various Democratic shills for violence against Republicans – gee what a coincidence right?

By Jim ONeill - Saturday, October 27, 2018


Charter Rights Violations by RCMP in High River Still Hidden from Public, Legislature, Parliament

Charter Rights Violations by RCMP in High River Still Hidden from Public, Legislature, Parliament

Summary of High River Rights Violations Still Hidden

Read the PDF here

  • Answer to Alberta Justice Minister Jonathan Denis’ question to his Deputy Ministers: “What legal authority do the police rely upon to forcibly enter private property in the flood stricken area?” Alberta Crown Counsel Paper: ‘’The Local State of Emergency-Mandatory Evacuation Order Police Officer Authorities’’ – Withheld by both Alberta Justice and the RCMP.
  • 2,840 pages of RCMP records of High River legal questions submitted to the Federal Department of Justice and Attorney General – Withheld by the RCMP since requested in November of 2016.
  • All High River ‘legal authorities questions’ asked of the Federal Department of Justice – Withheld by the Federal Department of Justice and Attorney General.
  • Why didn’t the charter didn’t protect High River residents? – 885 pages withheld by the Federal Department of Justice and Attorney General.
  • High River ‘Briefing Note to the Minister’ & ‘Talking Points’ - Withheld by the Federal Department of Justice and Attorney General.
  • What were the ‘hard decisions’ made by the RCMP in High River? On September 5, 2013 Staff Sgt. Ian Shardlow told Danielle Smith’s Town Hall: “What I’m suggesting to you though is that the High River members aren’t the ones that made the hard decisions, whether they’re born out to be correct or not. Rather than leave them in a position where they may have to police the community afterward, right, in an unhealthy environment, every member that comes back to work in High River didn’t work from the 24th of June into a significant period into July. None of them made the hard decisions, none of them opened your doors, kicked your doors, smashed your doors, none of them searched your homes.”



By Dennis R. Young - Friday, October 26, 2018

Chinese Micro-Chips Installed in Hardware Pose a Threat to Our National Security

Chinese Micro-Chips Installed in Hardware Pose a Threat to Our National Security
This year, hackers seem to be having a field day accessing our personal data. Google exposed hundreds of thousands of users data on its Google+ social network. Facebook was attacked and hackers gained access to the personal data of some 30 million users. Yet, these strikes pale in comparison to what is perhaps the most serious concern: Chinese manufacturers has been installing micro spy chips inside servers.  This recent discovery raises many red flags as to China’s ability to hack into our secret government computers and related military secrets and operations. 

Computer experts usually assume that hardware—the physical parts of a computer or network—is pretty safe. It is usually the installed software that cause experts concern, as software can be hacked with spyware or through phishing attacks. Yet, according to recent reports, even the hardware may be at risk.

By Megan Barth - Thursday, October 25, 2018

GALLUP POLL SHOWS MOST AMERICANS OPPOSE SEMI-AUTO BAN, SAYS SAF

GALLUP POLL SHOWS MOST AMERICANS OPPOSE SEMI-AUTO BAN, SAYS SAF
BELLEVUE, WA – A new Gallup survey showing that a majority of Americans now oppose a ban on so-called “assault weapons” could not have come at a better time, the Second Amendment Foundation said today.

“The new Gallup poll shows that 57 percent of Americans do not support a ban on semi-automatic rifles, which have been deliberately mislabeled as ‘assault rifles,’” said SAF founder and Executive Vice President Alan M. Gottlieb. “It’s a complete turnaround since 1996, and we think it’s because Americans have wised up to the rhetoric of the gun ban lobby as so much hot air when it comes to actually preventing violent crime.”

By Second Amendment Foundation - Wednesday, October 24, 2018

The Ugly Terror Truth About Jamal Khashoggi

The Ugly Terror Truth About Jamal Khashoggi
In high school, Jamal Khashoggi had a good friend. His name was Osama bin Laden.

“We were hoping to establish an Islamic state anywhere,” Khashoggi reminisced about their time together in the Muslim Brotherhood. “We believed that the first one would lead to another, and that would have a domino effect which could reverse the history of mankind.”

By Daniel Greenfield - Thursday, October 18, 2018

The Hamatsa and the Mystery of the Severed Feet

The Hamatsa and the Mystery of the Severed Feet
In all likelihood the RCMP, aided by Seattle and Vancouver detectives, are conducting massive investigations into a serial killer cult responsible for at least 16 homicides in British Columbia and Washington. These homicides relate to 19 severed feet found across the Puget Sound-Georgia Straight area between August 20, 2007 and May 6, 2018.

As per protocol, police are not acknowledging this investigation for fear suspects will take precautions. This diktat of denial manifests in absurd pronouncements by the BC Coroners Service relayed in equally absurd, obviously planted, reportage.

By William Kay - Tuesday, October 16, 2018

U.S. woefully trails our biggest potential adversaries.  We need to beef up our military

BEFFING UP THE MILITARY
WASHINGTON,  D.C.  — Beer, pizza and defense.  Americans spend more on each of these than anyone else.  So what?  These facts say nothing about how happy, healthy or safe we are.  They are meaningless without context.

Perhaps Americans could do with fewer jumbo slices and more gym memberships.  But when it comes to defense spending, America needs to spend more, not less.

By James Jay Carafano - Sunday, October 14, 2018

These Murders Were Brought to You by the Two State Solution

These Murders Were Brought to You by the Two State Solution

”May Allah send the message I am longing for,” Ashraf Walid Suleiman wrote on his Facebook page.

Then he went on to murder two Israelis, tying the hands of Kim Levengrond Yehezkel, a receptionist working toward her law degree, and the mother of a 16 month old baby, and Ziv Hajbi, the father of twin boys, before shooting them at close range.

By Daniel Greenfield - Thursday, October 11, 2018

From Egypt: A list of recently reported assaults on Coptic Christians

From Egypt: A list of recently reported assaults on Coptic Christians
On August 22, in the village of Al Zenika located in the Province of Luxor (Upper Egypt), Islamists demanded the stoppage of prayer in the church of the Virgin Mary. To satisfy the Islamists, the church doors were bolted shut after police evacuated the parishioners. Furthermore, five Copts were arrested.

On August 24, in the village of Ezbet el Sultan in Al Minya province (Upper Egypt), a group of Islamists stood next to the village church screaming “we do not want a church here,” protesting Copts praying and demanding the Church be shut down.

By Dr. Ashraf Ramelah - Friday, October 5, 2018

DESPERATE ANTI-GUNNERS STEALING ‘NO ON I-1639’ SIGNS; CCRKBA WILL PROSECUTE

DESPERATE ANTI-GUNNERS STEALING ‘NO ON I-1639’ SIGNS; CCRKBA WILL PROSECUTE
BELLEVUE, WA – Following reports of disappearing yard signs that urge voters to reject anti- rights Initiative 1639 in at least three Washington State counties, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms announced today that it will press charges against anyone caught removing such signs.

CCRKBA has learned of sign thefts in Whatcom, King and Yakima counties. The signs, produced by the National Rifle Association – which has joined forces with CCRKBA and the Washington Arms Collectors – are being placed at key locations around the state by hundreds of grassroots volunteers.

By CCRKBA - Friday, October 5, 2018

Good Intentions, a Little Girl’s Murder and the Refugee Road to Hell

Good Intentions, a Little Girl's Murder and the Refugee Road to Hell
St. Andrew’s-Wesley United Church is, in its own words, an “affirming church” with “diverse” members and a “progressive” faith. The Vancouver church is also very focused on bringing refugees to Canada.

Despite being in Canada, when Trump won the election, Pastor Dan Chambers compared it to 9/11. In another post, quoting Yoda, he claimed that Americans are “fueled” by “fear of Muslims”.

By Daniel Greenfield - Thursday, October 4, 2018

Muslim Refugees Perpetrate a New Kristallnacht

Muslim Refugees Perpetrate a New Kristallnacht
In the winter of last year, a dozen Muslims tried firebombing the 163-year-old Gothenburg Synagogue.

The attackers threw firebombs at the house of worship forcing dozens of Jewish teens to take refuge in the cellar while waiting for the police.

The synagogue was already protected by heavy concrete barricades and bulletproof doors. A frail Star of David hangs over the formidable stone building made more so by added barriers and defenses against terrorist attacks. A quarter of the membership fees for the congregants go to cover security costs.

By Daniel Greenfield - Wednesday, September 26, 2018

The Best gun Control Argument I’ve Heard in Years

The Best gun Control Argument I've Heard in Years
Gun control advocates have been saying, in addition to:

Let’s have an intelligent conversation about gun violence” - arguably an impossibility when unreasonable solutions or illogical proposals are proposed…

By Andrew G. Benjamin - Monday, September 24, 2018