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U.N. arms treaty a direct threat to American gun ownership - politics

Oxfam America has long served as a reliable cheerleader for nearly all misguided United Nations policy. However, Oxfam America President Raymond Offenheiser's Friday op-ed ("President should ignore fear mongering and sign arms treaty," The Hill, 31 May 2013) is an exceptional illustration of this blind allegiance. Offenheiser wants us to simultaneously believe the U.N. Arms Trade Treaty is both the single most important tool to cracking down on war crimes and that the treaty has absolutely no teeth whatsoever. That's twisted logic for sure. Here's the truth. The Arms Trade Treaty directly threatens the Second Amendment rights and privacy of American gun owners. Article 12 of the treaty "encourages" signatory nations to compile "records" of all "end users" of firearms imported into their county — and to supply this sensitive personal information to the government of the exporting country. In other words, if you bought a shotgun made by an Italian manufacturer, the U.S. government would keep a record of your purchase and provide your information to the Italian government. This is gun registration on an international level, plain and simple. Should the U.S. refuse to take part in this international gun registry, other nations could be required to ban the export of firearms to the United States. This would drive many foreign firearms manufacturers out of business and significantly increase the cost of perfectly legal firearms. The fundamental right to self-defense would become unaffordable for many law-abiding civilians around the world. Signing this treaty would be a clear indication that President Obama wants to resurrect his failed attempt to implement backdoor gun registration. It would also show his clear contempt for American supremacy and sovereignty.


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vbattaile  #40966 Created June 5, 2013

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Are our soldiers going hungry while Congress boosts its pay? - politics

My nephew recently returned to Afghanistan for his second deployment. A few days ago he went to the mess hall only to find it locked and posted with a sign explaining that, due to budget cuts, breakfast would no longer be served. On that same day, it was reported in the media that members of Congress would be receiving an automatic pay raise they had budgeted for themselves. Every citizen of the United States should be outraged by this! If we cannot afford to feed our soldiers, we certainly cannot afford to increase the salaries of our "political elite." — Janell Perkins, Anchorage Letter to the Editor, Anchorage Daily News, January 6, 2013


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The Democrat Party: America's Oldest Hate Group - politics

The Democrat Party America's Oldest Hate Group


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U.S. should stay out of Syria - politics

The military/industrial complex, lead by the war hawks in the U.S. Senate, Sens. John McCain and Lindsey Graham, are calling for us to go into Syria because a "red line" with regard to chemical weapons may have been passed. Sounds like Iraq all over again. We went into Iraq not knowing the difference between any of the factions in their country and, at a tremendous cost of blood and treasure, have left them fighting with one another. We stayed in Afghanistan long after Osama had left and we are about to leave that country in an unstable mess after too big of a cost in lives and dollars. Does anybody know who appointed the U.S. as the militant solver of all of the world's problems? Is it any wonder that there is a growing hate of us by the people of the Middle East. Let the countries of that region solve the problems of Syria if they are so disposed. We've had enough war! It's time to rescind the blanket resolution of Congress giving the President authority to take military action! It's also time to have universal military service, with no exceptions, so all of the children and grandchildren of the war mongers will have to serve. Maybe then we will see a period of peace and prosperity in this country.


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Like Sgt. Schultz, President Obama hears nothing! Sees nothing! Knows nothing! - politics

President Obama, his Attorney General, and most of his administration must have been huge fans of the TV program Hogan's Heroes when they were children because they all have Sergeant Hans Schultz's famous line down pat: "I know nothing!"


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