They keep trying to link the NRA to gun manufacturers rather than the voice of the people. Instead, the Democrats keep repeating the lie that they are banning assault weapons to protect the people. No, they are seeking to ban assault rifles to disarm the people and PROTECT THEMSELVES.
The NRA represents Americans that own guns and this little detail drives liberals insane. So, they have to lie about it by trying to link the NRA to the ‘evil gun corporations’. It is always the evil corporations. This is Communist propaganda 101.
The gun debate needs to be changed from this is a ‘assault weapons ban’ to this is a ‘GUN BAN’ by Communists seeking to undermine the 2nd Amendment.
NOW is the time for the NRA to link the word Communists to the Democrat Party.
The NRA claims that they have the votes in Congress to stop the assault weapons ban. This is another reason for Obama to flex his new dictator muscles by claiming gun violence is a National Emergency and that he has the power to use his Executive Powers to ban assault weapons if Congress stops the ban. radio.foxnews.com – NRA: We have the votes
The new generation of computer geeks want to be ‘computer anarchists’, because they believe that all information should be public and free. My best advice for them is to take a law class before they do something stupid. I have a feeling that Aaron Swartz was inspired by another idiot, Julian Assange of Wikileaks.
Maybe Assange will follow Swartz’s lead and kill himself next? I believe that he is still hiding in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.
What was in MIT’s computers that Swartz wanted to make public? Obviously some sensitive government material, because he was arrested by the Secret Service while trying to flee the scene by bicycle. The photo above was posted on The Smoking Gun and it was from a security camera that caught Swartz entering a basement where the MIT computer network was located
Someone left this comment on The Smoking Gun about the strict sentence for cyber crimes as compared to other crimes:
30 yrs for cyber crime; much much less for sexual assault(5-25), home invasion(10-25), kidnapping(1-25), Possessing child pornography(5-20). I think something is a little skewed here, when a computer crime is treated as worse than violence against people. Maybe I’m missing something, but something is wrong with this picture.