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Make no mistake: the only reason that
they want to take your guns is so they
can do things to you that they can't
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The Impeachable Offenses of Barack Hussein Obama
by Terence James Mason
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Letters to the Editor
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Preventing the New Holocaust
by L. Neil Smith
If you subscribe to, or happen across the September 30th issue of Shotgun News, turn to page 44, where you will discover a large advertisement for Jews for the Preservation of Firearms ownership, or JPFO. I wrote that ad. It contains the most urgent warning I could manage, of the direst threat that our species has ever faced: the plan being carried out by an organization most folks think of as benign and humanitarian, to drastically reshape the future of civilization and the lives of the individuals in it, by gathering them all up, confining them in a few places around the world, "clearing" the countryside and letting it "return to nature", and ultimately exterminating most of the human population.

Notes from the Border
by A.X. Perez
John Kerry predictably signed the UN Small Arms Trade Treaty. This pact is seen as a threat by many (including most readers of this missive and the author) as a threat to the constitutionally guaranteed right of free Americans, hell of free people everywhere, to acquire, possess, and commonly carry while going about their honest business, whatever personal weapons they opine they need to protect their lives, loved ones, liberty, property, and, yes, whatever body(ies) politic to which they choose to bestow their allegiance. The Senate will all but surely refuse to ratify it.

Put the Badguys on Notice!
by L. Neil Smith
If I put bumper stickers on my car, expressing my affiliations and all of my views on the issues of the day, you wouldn't be able to tell what color the car is, or who manufactured it. I am an opinionated individual.

The License Plate War
(a work of fiction)

by Paul Bonneau
Edward Snowden died. The Russian media declared it a case of food poisoning. Predictably, the mad dogs of American government and the media (but I repeat myself) competed with each other in howling about how much this fate had been deserved. Obama hinted that it was more than just an accidental event. Putin made no official comment, but there were rumors that the head of the modern-day KGB equivalent received a royal ass-chewing for letting an American hit team get to Snowden.

Separation of Medicine and State
by L. Neil Smith
If there is a single thing that stands as both the signature and trademark for the Presidential Administration of Barack Hussein Obama, it is a willingness to rule against the clearly expressed will of the people. It's interesting to note that, from the viewpoint of the victim, there's no practical difference between a "progressive" politician who expresses a desire to take care of you, and thinks he knows better what you need than you do, and a jackbooted fascist thug who demands that you do what he tells you or he'll kill you, because he's the boss.

Neale's Weekly Gun Rant Volume 27
by Neale Osborn
First, an apology. It is Susan CallAway, not CallOway. As her deceased husband used to say, the "O"s are from Oklahoma. The "A"s are from Texas. I knew that and misspelled it anyway. But here's her article for this week....

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