Archive | February, 2017

Unfit for Duty

TOPIC: Unfit for Duty

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John Guandolo     

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JOHN GUANDOLO CREDS:

Counter Terrorism Expert (Mr. Guandolo created and implemented the FBI’s first Counterterrorism Training/Education Program)

Former FBI Agent (assigned to the Counterterrorism Division, Washington, DC)

Founder of UnderstandingTheThreat.com

“UTT is the only organization in the nation which provides a detailed assessment of the enemy threat in your local area, provides law enforcement investigative solutions, and creates state level counter-insurgency strategies to identify, dismantle and defeat the jihadi network in your area.”

Co-Author of: Sharia – The Threat to America

Author of the bookRaising a Jihadi Generation

World Wide Who’s Who List of 2014

Unfit for Duty

The new National Security Advisor – Lieutenant General Herbert Raymond McMaster – and the Counter-Terrorism advisor to the President of the United States – Sebastian Gorka – both unequivocally state the “terrorist” threat America faces has nothing to do with “true” Islam.

Both men are catastrophically wrong and, therefore, are leading America down a disastrous road towards defeat.

 

 

 

 

The New York TimesGuardian, and CNN all report Lt General McMaster told members of the National Security Council Thursday he felt “radical Islamic terrorism” was an unhelpful way to describe terrorism because becoming a terrorist is actually “un-Islamic” in the first place.

In a talk he gave at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in May 2016, LtGen McMaster said, “There is a cycle going on where groups like ISIL, who use this irreligious ideology, you know, this perverted interpretation of religion to justify violence, they depend on ignorance and the ability to recruit vulnerable segments of populations to foment hatred, then use that hatred to justify violence against innocents.”

This is incoherent and factually wrong.  LtGen McMaster wrote a book entitled “Dereliction of Duty.”  He may want to look in the mirror to see if he is doing the same thing in this war he accused President Johnson of doing in Vietnam. Continue Reading →

Washington’s Liberal AG’s Anti-gun Agenda Takes Two Embarrassing Hits

TOPIC: Washington’s Liberal AG’s Anti-gun Agenda Takes Two Embarrassing Hits

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Dave Workman

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CREDS:
Author/ Writer
Senior editor at TheGunMag.com
Communications director for the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms
Award-winning outdoor writer & former member of the NRA Board of Directors
Recognized expert on Washington State gun laws.
He has appeared and been featured many times by local TV stations, news programs, and talk shows, including Kirby Wilbur, Dave Ross, Dori Monson, John Carlson, Ken Schram, and more.

Washington’s Liberal AG’s Anti-gun Agenda Takes Two Embarrassing Hits
By Dave Workman

Washington AG Bob Ferguson (right) with CNN’s Anderson Cooper. (Source: YouTube, CNN)
Washington State’s liberal anti-gun Attorney General Bob Ferguson may basking in the media sunshine for beating the Trump administration in court on immigration, but he apparently can’t push his gun control agenda through the state House of Representatives, which is controlled by his fellow Democrats.
By no small surprise, Puget Sound media has overlooked the fact that Ferguson’s effort to ban so-called “assault weapons” and his backup measure to license and strictly regulate them both died in committee. On Thursday morning, KVI talk hosts John Carlson and Kirby Wilbur discussed this debacle, along with the failure of another Ferguson-backed bill, one that would have abolished the death penalty.
Instead, the spin on Ferguson is only positive for his challenge of the Trump administration’s immigration order, which has now been revised. Seattle media may be wearing blinders.
Ferguson made a rather big deal of his gun ban proposal last fall, which many believe was the launch of his 2020 gubernatorial bid; an effort to cement his liberal credentials with the increasingly far-left Democrat voting base in Seattle and metropolitan King, Pierce and Snohomish counties. But Democrats in the Legislature, who have to run next year, appeared to be in no mood to push a politically toxic measure certain to bring every gun owner to the mid-term polls. Once away from the I-5 corridor, the Evergreen State is still purple or bright red in many counties, especially east of the Cascades. It would be a disaster for rural Democrats to pass a restrictive licensing bill to say nothing of an all-out ban. Continue Reading →

Federal Appeals Court Upholds Maryland Semi-Auto Ban

TOPIC: Federal Appeals Court Upholds Maryland Semi-Auto Ban

TALK SHOW GUEST
Dave Workman

 

 

 

 

 

TO SCHEDULE AN INTERVIEW, CONTACT: 

Andre Traversa/773-774-1583
prodigal7@xnet.com
www.epicquestmedia.com

CREDS:
Author/ Writer

Senior editor at TheGunMag.com

Communications director for the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms

Award-winning outdoor writer & former member of the NRA Board of Directors

Recognized expert on Washington State gun laws.

He has appeared and been featured many times by local TV stations, news programs, and talk shows, including Kirby Wilbur, Dave Ross, Dori Monson, John Carlson, Ken Schram, and more.

Federal Appeals Court Upholds Maryland Semi-Auto Ban

By Dave Workman

The 4th U.S. Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that so-called “assault weapons” are not protected by the Second Amendment. (Dave Workman)

An en-banc panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a ban on so-called “assault weapons” in Maryland, with a  10-4 majority opinion stating that such firearms are not protected by the Second Amendment, a position that gun rights advocates consider “absurd.”

Judge Robert King, a Bill Clinton appointee, wrote in the majority opinion, “Put simply, we have no power to extend Second Amendment protections to weapons of war,” according to Fox News.

But dissenting Judge William Traxler, a George H.W. Bush appointee, countered that the majority “has gone to greater lengths than any other court to eviscerate the constitutionally guaranteed right to keep and bear arms,” Fox News reported. Continue Reading →

Senate blocks Obama regulation, protects 2A rights of Social Security recipients

TOPIC: Senate blocks Obama regulation, protects 2A rights of Social Security recipients
TALK SHOW GUEST
Dave Workman

 

 

 

 

 

TO SCHEDULE AN INTERVIEW, CONTACT:
Andre Traversa/773-774-1583
prodigal7@xnet.com
www.epicquestmedia.com

CREDS:
Author/ Writer
Senior editor at TheGunMag.com
Communications director for the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms
Award-winning outdoor writer & former member of the NRA Board of Directors
Recognized expert on Washington State gun laws.
He has appeared and been featured many times by local TV stations, news programs, and talk shows, including Kirby Wilbur, Dave Ross, Dori Monson, John Carlson, Ken Schram, and more.

Senate blocks Obama regulation, protects 2A rights of Social Security recipients
By Dave Workman
The Senate voted to block an Obama administration regulation that could have tied Second Amendment rights in red tape for thousands of Social Security beneficiaries. (Dave Workman)
By a vote of 57-43, the U.S. Senate on Wednesday derailed an Obama administration gun control regulation that critics said threatened the Second Amendment rights of tens of thousands of Social Security beneficiaries with apparent “mental disorders” by adding their names to the National Instant Background Check System.
That regulation had been opposed by gun rights and civil rights organizations. It was one of the targets of Second Amendment groups depending upon a Republican-controlled Congress to undo some of Barack Obama’s actions, and it was an important one. The regulation rollback now goes to President Donald Trump, who is expected to sign it, according to Fox News. Continue Reading →