04 Oct 2017

Amazingly From Wapo — I used to think gun control was the answer. My research told me otherwise.

From Wapo By Leah Libresco Octo­ber 3 at 3:02 PM Leah Libresco is a sta­tis­ti­cian and for­mer newswriter at FiveThir­tyEight, a data jour­nal­ism site. She is the author of “Arriv­ing at Amen.” Before I start­ed research­ing gun deaths, gun-con­trol pol­i­cy used to frus­trate me. I wished the Nation­al Rifle Asso­ci­a­tion would stop block­ing

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13 Aug 2017

Crowd Defense™ #5: Pre-Violent Solutions Post Charlottesville

The things I’ve been warn­ing about have come to pass. The FBI has opened an inves­ti­ga­tion into the “alt-right.”  What do you think that means?  It means that they have wide rang­ing pow­er to do what­ev­er they want.  Who’s alt-right?  Who isn’t?  I’m not sure any­more.  As a cit­i­zen­ry, we’ve

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04 Jul 2017

Crowd Defense™ #4: How to Defend Ourselves without Increasing State Power

The lib­er­al ter­ror prob­lem is decreas­ing. The gov­ern­ment is poised to come down on these groups.  And that was always the goal of lib­er­al ter­ror.  They want to increase gov­ern­ment pow­er until they bring about a total­i­tar­i­an state.  They can do that by win­ning or los­ing, as long as they

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14 Jun 2017

Crowd Defense™ #3: Group Defense in Response to Scalise Shooting

Just today, a Repub­li­can con­gress­man was shot, along with oth­ers, by a left­ist.  It’s more impor­tant than ever to work togeth­er for our mutu­al defense. The Crowd DefenseTM crowd­fund is oper­a­tional at this link:  https://www.americasfund.me/discover/9-causes/21-crowd-defense-trade-and-raw-trade-backpack-inser.  And, I have released the first draft of the pro­posed pol­i­cy, which is briefly con­tained in

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07 Jun 2017

Crowd Defense™ #2: Robles v Berkeley

The Berke­ley riot at the Milo Yiannopou­los event on Feb­ru­ary 1, 2017 is the riot that gal­va­nized a lot of us. Now, the woman famous­ly pep­per sprayed at the event has filed a law­suit against Berke­ley.  In case you don’t want to read the whole com­plaint, I am repro­duc­ing the

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04 Jun 2017

Crowd Defense™ #1: The Accidental Partner meets the Criminal Accessory

Self-defense isn’t good enough any­more because you could face an attack by sev­er­al hun­dred peo­ple. But, orga­niz­ing a group for defense presents a lot of prob­lems.  Sev­er­al ques­tions and exam­ples are pre­sent­ed below to high­light some of those prob­lems.  The analy­sis that fol­lows is not legal advice.  It is writ­ten

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30 May 2017

Crowd Defense™ now on AmericasFund.me

Sup­port the Project Here: https://www.americasfund.me/discover/9-causes/21-crowd-defense-trade-and-raw-trade-backpack-inser You’ve seen left­ist mobs attack Trump sup­port­ers and free speech activists. You’ve seen the police dis­arm and then fail to pro­tect them.  And you have seen those Trump sup­ports arrest­ed when they defend them­selves and oth­ers.  But, vio­lence doesn’t only take place at demon­stra­tions and

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Reminder, they all suck.
30 Sep 2016

Politics: More Proof They Are The Same

From Buz­zfeed — WASHINGTON — House Repub­li­cans are leav­ing town with­out hand­ing out any sanc­tions against Democ­rats for break­ing House rules dur­ing their sit-in over gun con­trol, despite com­ments from GOP lead­er­ship ear­li­er this month that they would be tak­ing action “in the very near future.” “Not enough floor time

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NYT tries again to piss on your head and report that it's raining.
16 Sep 2016

NYT Pisses On Missouri’s Head & Reports That It’s Raining.

From News­Max — In a scathing edi­to­r­i­al, The New York Times decries a recent vote from Missouri’s Leg­is­la­ture to expand gun rights, call­ing it “an alarm­ing vic­to­ry for the gun lob­by.” Accord­ing to the Times, the law will allow the car­ry­ing of con­cealed weapons in pub­lic with no state gun

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Missouri lawmakers are set to expand Gov. Jay Nixon's already historic status as the state's most overridden governor, a record the Democrat earned after years of clashing with a Legislature under virtually unchecked Republican control. JEFF ROBERSON/AP
15 Sep 2016

Missouri lawmakers Loosen Gun Laws, Back Voter Photo ID

Missouri’s Repub­li­can-led Leg­is­la­ture has used its super­ma­jor­i­ty to sig­nif­i­cant­ly loosen the state’s gun laws and poten­tial­ly tight­en its vot­ing require­ments as law­mak­ers over­rode sev­er­al vetoes of Demo­c­ra­t­ic Gov. Jay Nixon. JEFFERON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri’s Repub­­li­­can-led Leg­is­la­ture used its super­ma­jor­i­ty Wednes­day to sig­nif­i­cant­ly loosen the state’s gun laws and

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