By Kelsey Osterman
Worried about the federal government imposing overly-restrictive new gun laws? One Pennsylvania county is saying, “Not in our backyard!”
Susquehanna County commissioners have passed a resolution to fully protect the Second Amendment from any federal laws infringing upon it, as reported by The Times-Tribune.
Read more: http://nation.foxnews.com/pennsylvania/2013/02/28/pennsylvania-county-federal-gun-controlnot-our-backyard#ixzz2MFxNOraJ
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin took to Facebook on Tuesday and put her two cents worth in on why she believes the Federal government is acquiring so much ammunition. Her remarks, seemingly to clarify her earlier tweet, about the current economic situation in the United States and the massive debt we have hanging over us concluded by stating, “We’re going to default eventually and that’s why the feds are stockpiling bullets in case of civil unrest.”
Palin told those in Washington to “Cut the Drama. Do Your Job.”
There is a real possibility, a strong likelihood, that President Obama knows nothing of the nuts and bolts, the details and realities of the positions he promotes. He rides the Starship Air Force One, thrills adolescent crowds and frames himself with federal employees while orating vapid clichés dowsed in demagoguery.
He drives the fancy car but needs help filling it with gas and couldn’t point to the air filter if you popped the hood. Imagery sans leadership.
Consider how well we know the group that went in to kill Osama Bin Laden, Seal Team 6. The photo of Obama watching on video as the killing of Bin Laden takes place, everyone in a seat, all the players we’d expect there, the appearance of a long pursued effort coming to fruition. Yet we never see a body, we are told Bin Laden’s religious beliefs were upheld in burying him at sea. Of course many details left out, someone from Hollywood makes a movie about the whole thing, even releasing it before the November 2012 elections.
The Jag Hunter
Celebrations galore, even republicans (some of which are slightly Conservative), concede that Obama has done a great service for America, for the world, in killing the ultimate person behind 911.
Your ride will be fly with a new set of chrome-plated spinner hubcaps, and best of all they’re free — just whip out your EBT:
Urban entrepreneurs may want to pick up some leopard skin seat covers while they’re shopping.
If the standard 10-round magazine will be illegal, and nobody makes a 7-round magazine, wouldn’t this be a de facto ban on most guns?
ROCHESTER — Starting April 15, New York will have the smallest gun magazine limit in the country, and all signs indicate no gun makers have plans to accommodate it.
Gun manufacturers have never had a reason to make a magazine with fewer than 10 rounds, because no state required it until now. And, as far as local gun dealers and the Democrat and Chronicle have been able to determine, there are no manufacturers planning to make seven-round magazines.
This means that in less than two months, gun dealers such as Paul Martin, owner of Pro-Gun Services in Victor, can only sell something that doesn’t exist yet.
“There was never a need for a (seven-round magazine),” Martin said. “Not many manufacturers are going to bother to make something just for the state of New York.”
The New York Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act, passed in January, says gun dealers cannot sell magazines with more than seven rounds beginning April 15. However, three gun dealers in the Rochester area say manufacturers don’t make a seven-round magazine for most guns, and several manufacturers don’t disagree. This leaves store owners wondering what they are going to sell.
“Can you realistically expect a company that’s huge to gear up and say, ‘Let’s make something for those poor suckers in New York because they’ve got a bad law,’” said Fred Calcagno, owner of American Sportsman in East Rochester.
– See more at: http://weaselzippers.us/2013/02/27/new-york-no-manufacturers-planning-to-make-7-round-magazines-to-comply-with-cuomos-new-anti-gun-law/#sthash.DClCx8gA.dpuf