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Poster boy for U.S. gun control movement kills himself in jail on DUI charge: Mark Glaze, 51, who helped Obama write policy and took on NRA 'was suffering from depression'

  Mark Glaze, a prominent gun control advocate, died by suicide on October 31st, at Lackawanna County Prison, Pennsylvania, following a DUI arrest in September
    He was arrested for fleeing the scene of a car accident involving death or personal injury, abandoning a vehicle on the highway and careless driving
    Glaze, 51, was once referred as the 'face of the gun movement' by the WSJ and is credited as being one of the main founders of the anti-2A campaign
    He worked for some of the largest gun-control advocacy groups in the US, including Everytown for Gun Safety, and cared for LGBTQ and human rights
    He also served as an advisor to the Commission on Federal Election Reform led by former President Jimmy Carter and former Secretary of State James Baker
    Glaze came from Colorado, where his parents owned and ran a gun store, backed by the NRA
    Prior to his death, Glaze struggled with alcohol, depression and anxiety

His campaigning intensified in the wake of the 2012 Sandy Hook Massacre, which saw 20 kids and six adults shot dead at a Connecticut elementary school. The gun safety advocate was gay, and drew inspiration for the battle to overturn the Supreme Court's ban on same-sex marriage during his gun safety efforts.

Glaze provided blueprints for then-President Barack Obama's proposed reforms, which sought to ban assault weapons and expand background checks. But the bill was gradually killed by pressure from Democrat and Republican senators who feared upsetting the National Rifle Association.
General Discussion / More Dem overreach
« on: September 25, 2021, 01:16:12 PM »

The war on the Second Amendment continues.

This time, gun control was slipped into the 2022 National Defense Authorization Act.

One provision in the bill allows for military courts to confiscate guns from ex-members of the military.

The military court would be able to issue a protective order which would make the owning of a firearm by an ex-military member illegal.

A provision in the 2022 National Defense Authorization Act would allow military courts to issue protective orders that include “Red Flag” gun confiscation, according to the more than 1,300-page bill.

In the legislation, those beholden to the United States Code of Military Justice could be issued a “military court protective order” by a military judge or magistrate, which would make “possessing, receiving, or otherwise accessing a firearm” illegal.

“A military court protective order issued on an ex parte basis shall restrain a person from possessing, receiving, or otherwise accessing a firearm; and a military court protective order issued after the person to be subject to the order has received notice and opportunity to be heard on the order, shall restrain such person from possessing, receiving, or otherwise accessing a firearm in accordance with section 922 of title 18,” SEC. 529 of H.R. 4350 states.

Additionally, military court protective orders issued on an emergency basis are exempted from providing the recipient with the standard “right to due process.” Instead, “notice and opportunity to be heard” must only be provided after an order was already issued.

The 2022 National Defense Authorization Act passed 316-113.

135 Republicans in the House voted for the bill.

The bill now heads to the Senate.
General Discussion / This is certainly one way to do it.
« on: September 18, 2021, 11:37:48 AM »

How Iran's top nuclear scientist was assassinated by a killer robot machine gun kitted out with AI that allowed sniper 1,000 miles away to fire 15 bullets after disguised spy car had pinpointed his location
General Discussion / PSA from the President of Brazil
« on: August 28, 2021, 09:29:47 PM »

Brazilian President Tells Supporters "Buy A Gun, Damn It" Amid Impending Chaos

Why on Earth would Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro tell supporters on Friday that "everyone should buy a rifle"? Is the unstable South American emerging economy, suffering from the virus pandemic, rapid food inflation, and out-of-control poverty about to stumble into further socio-economic chaos?

"Everybody has to buy a rifle, damn it! The armed people will never be enslaved. I know it costs a lot. An idiot says: 'Ah, what you have to buy is beans,' if you don't want to, don't buy the rifle, but do not come to disturb whoever wants to buy it," Bolsonaro told reporters.
Latin American Telesur's Nacho Lemus recorded video of the president telling supporters that "in a country with more than half of the population under food insecurity and in the midst of a new increase in the price of food, gasoline, gas, and electricity" now is the time to buy a gun.
Both murders and killings are on the rise in the country, exacerbated by the virus pandemic. A socio-economic economic collapse could be in the making. Brazilian Real has lost half its value in the past decade. The decline accelerated during the virus pandemic.
While the currency is collapsing, food prices in the country are hyperinflating. Recall what everyone's favorite permabear, SocGen's Albert Edwards said in late 2020 that rising food prices will trigger social chaos in emerging market economies first.
The country's economy is spiraling out of control as Bolsonaro has already threatened to reject the 2022 presidential election's outcome because he claims it will be rigged.
Bolsonaro promised supporters he would ease gun laws and that's what he's done since 2019. The president appears to be preparing supporters for further impending socio-economic chaos or political crisis. 
They have to protect your health, its for your own good.

CNN EXCLUSIVE 'Something has to be done': After decades of near-silence from the CDC, the agency's director is speaking up about gun violence

"Something has to be done about this," CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said in an exclusive interview with CNN. "Now is the time -- it's pedal to the metal time."
"The scope of the problem is just bigger than we're even hearing about, and when your heart wrenches every day you turn on the news, you're only hearing the tip of the iceberg," Walensky said.
 "We haven't spent the time, energy and frankly the resources to understand this problem because it's been so divided."
"I swore to the President and to this country that I would protect your health. This is clearly one of those moments, one of those issues that is harming America's health," Walensky said.
Off Topic / I dont think they understand their own business model
« on: August 19, 2021, 08:14:18 AM »

OnlyFans Bans Sexually Explicit Content Over 'Mounting' Pressure From Banks
General Discussion / Starting to think it wasnt the Gun's fault.
« on: August 18, 2021, 02:05:38 PM »

Sister of Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz faces LIFE in prison after 22 arrests, 16 felony convictions and a recent attack on a 72-year-old woman during a carjacking

Crack-smoking felon Brenda Woodard gave Nikolas and younger brother Zachary up for adoption as newborn babies and the pair were raised by Lynda Cruz.

Both Brenda Woodard  and her daughter Danielle  have extensive rap sheets and are career criminals. As a young girl, Danielle was stripped, beaten and forced to steal to subsidize her mother's drug habit

General Discussion / How long til they ban his YouTube channel?
« on: August 11, 2021, 12:59:44 PM »

Hickock45 cant even post a picture of 2 revolvers anymore

General Discussion / Remington to pay $33 Million for Sandy Hook
« on: July 28, 2021, 11:35:30 AM »

Remington Reaches Historic $33 Million Settlement With Families Of Sandy Hook Victims

How to blur your house on Google Street View (and why you should)

Here's what you do:

    1. Go to Google Maps and enter your home address

    2. Enter into Street View mode by dragging the small yellow human-shaped icon, found in the bottom-right corner of the screen, onto the map in front of your house

    3. With your house in view, click "Report a problem" in the bottom-right corner of the screen

    4. Center the red box on your home, and select "My home" in the "Request blurring" field

    5. Write in the provided field why you want the image blurred (for example, you may be concerned about safety issues)

    6. Enter in your email address, and click "Submit"

Importantly, be sure it's what you want. Google warns you that once it has blurred your house on Street View "it is permanent."

Don't forget, though, you live in the place. If you ever need to be reminded of what it looks like, presumably you can go outside and see for yourself.

After you hit "submit," you should receive an email from Google noting that it's "reviewing the image you reported and will email you when your request is resolved." The company may follow up, via email, and ask you to be more specific about the area you want blurred. If so, you will need to do the entire process again — clearly detailing the specific area of the picture you want blurred.


A Cold War-era communications bunker in western Kansas is up for grabs on the online auction site eBay, offering a lucky buyer the chance to own a piece of American history and the ultimate bug-out shelter.

The bunker, which is located outside Scott City, Kansas, sits on approximately 10 acres and is described by its seller as “an incredible asset to own.”

Edit - Ebay listing
General Discussion / Police feared a ‘Las Vegas-style shooting'
« on: July 11, 2021, 10:55:23 AM »

4 arrested at Maven Hotel, police feared a ‘Las Vegas-style shooting' during All-Star Game in Denver

Sources said police removed 16 long guns, body armor and more than 1,000 rounds of ammunition from the room which featured a balcony overlooking the downtown area. The sources said they feared the number of weapons, ammo, vantage point and large crowds could have resulted in a "Las Vegas-style shooting."

Based on the information provided by the hotel employee, police executed a search warrant and found the guns, ammo, body armor and a man inside the room on the eighth floor.

One of the suspects arrested Friday night had posted a message on Facebook referencing a recent divorce and saying he was going to “go out in a big way,” according to the multiple law enforcement sources.

In total, three men and one woman were arrested Friday night, along with two vehicles which were also impounded to be processed for possible evidence.

    Richard Platt, 42, for investigation of possession of a weapon by a previous offender, possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute (two counts), and a warrant from another jurisdiction.
    Gabriel Rodriguez, 48, for investigation of possession of a weapon by a previous offender, possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute.
    Ricardo Rodriguez, 44, for investigation of possession of a weapon by a previous offender.
    Kanoelehua Serikawa, 43, for investigation of possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, and a warrant from another jurisdiction.

Kanoelehua Serikawa ???  that is definitely a Hawaii name. 
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