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PAGE NINE No. 127
The Uninvited Ombudsman Report, August
14, 2013
by Alan
Korwin
, Bloomfield
Press

-- Tell your friends -- Permission to circulate granted
--



Gun Laws of
America

http://www.gunlaws.com/gloa.htm

Illegal aliens cannot own guns: 18 USC
§922(g)
Once they are legal they can receive guns: 18 USC
§922(d)
It's in there.

"If you
knew all your rights you might demand them."

While your
elected officials yell and scream for more laws,
they have little idea
of all the laws we already have on the books.
This is the book that has
them all, described so you can understand them.

BATFE circulates a
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and leaves out all the ones they
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1- The
Amnesty Surprise


The lamestream media told
you:
The lamestream media told you:

Congress is sure it will
find a way to turn the 11 million undocumented migrants into citizens. The
Senate has already passed a bill. The House is working on a compromise
version. Senator McCain has worked out a solution with a Gang of Eight and
is confident he can make it happen. There are even "dreamers" who believe
they can find a way to solve the problem for everyone and share the dream
with everybody. Republicans hate the idea and figure these people will all
vote with the democrats.

The Uninvited Ombudsman
notes however that:
The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however
that:

When 11 Million Illegals Become Legal They Become 11
Million Potential New Gun Buyers

An unexpected
consequence is about to hit the gun-rights fan in
America.

Democrats -- and republicans too -- have failed to
recognize the fact that when "11 million undocumented migrants" eventually
gain citizenship through so-called comprehensive immigration reform, they
simultaneously lose their status as prohibited gun possessors under federal
law 18 USC §922g. They become an 11-million-person demographic base
for new gun ownership -- and membership in the NRA.

Illegal
aliens are banned from Second Amendment rights. Citizens are
not.

When Minutemen brought the illegal-alien problem to
our attention on Arizona's border in 2004, we were led to believe their
numbers exceeded 20 million. The 20 million somehow became 11 million as
fluidly as the “news” media changed watermelon juice (what
Trayvon Martin bought one fateful night last year) into "ice tea," a
politically correct beverage that had nothing to do with that case. The
media plays fast and furiously loose with facts. But I
digress.

Whatever the actual number, they were members of a class,
one of nine groups of federally prohibited possessors, banned by that law
from owning or using firearms. Illegal aliens are the largest single class
of people banned from exercising the Second Amendment right to arms, with
mental cases and convicted felons in second and third place (see
chart).

These
people are -- at least at this moment -- aliens to the idea of the freedom
of firearms ownership. They are used to being treated as virtual slaves in
their home countries, where only brutal government thugs and drug lords
have guns. And they hate that with a passion.

Living here, even in
the shadows, they have the protection of some of the Bill of Rights -- no
cruel and unusual punishment, the right to judicial process, but no Second
Amendment.

The Second Amendment embodies one of the greatest
freedoms ever devised on Earth.
It is embraced by only one political
party and shunned by the other, generally speaking.
Votes in defense of
those rights fall almost exclusively right, down party lines, and
the
party promoting amnesty, the democrats, are staunchly left against
this fundamental freedom.

Suddenly former illegals will find
themselves able to own guns just like free men and women, as many of their
Latino brothers and sisters here currently do. With a little bit of
nurturing some of them will find this curiously appealing, and that should
be tastefully encouraged, if the best interests of liberty are important.
The NRA and every gun-rights group is going to need entire Spanish-speaking
divisions. The free market is going to figure this out lickety split once
word gets around.

As hard as the left may try to defeat this (and
they will), there are gun stores and ranges on street corners all across
America, including the barrios, and these will no longer be
prohibited places. The "no-negroes-at-the-lunch-counter" mentality will
fade out in a heartbeat. Spanish-language signs will spring up everywhere,
as a huge new shopping bloc suddenly enters the marketplace. If you think
the Obama sales burst was big, this will be off the Richter
scale.

English-speaking Congress will
understand the gun-rights change right away,

and it can
put republicans in a driver's seat they don't know exists
yet.


Be that as it may, English-speaking Congress
will understand this right away, and it can put republicans in a driver's
seat they don't know exists yet. And it's a genie they can't put back in
the bottle. The political left will have conniptions, as freedom to keep
and bear arms fouls the left's plans for a victimhood coalition it is
salivating over. It's more complex than that of course, and no one can
fully predict the outcome, but the battle for hearts and minds is game
on.

Basking in a new light of freedom, as newly freed citizens,
these proud new Americans -- at least some percentage of them -- will want
to keep and bear arms and experience the freedoms Americans have enjoyed
since our Founders established the freest nation the Earth has ever seen.
This will be profound.

Gun ownership brings
us together, it is a unifying force.

How great will that
percentage be? That depends on many things, including the gun-owning public
that welcomes them aboard. Out here where I live in The American Southwest,
Hispanics share the ranges daily in sweet harmony with everyone else. Gun
ownership brings us together, it is a unifying force. We don't exactly sing
Kumbaya on the range (with hearing protectors on) but we don't shoot each
other either. We're more likely to share guns and ammo like all marksmen do
when they're out practicing. It's a sport, and fun, and camaraderie,
something hoplophobes can't begin to understand.

Although the left
is inwardly dancing over the prospect of a new voting bloc of victims, a
permanent majority to be led by the onerous Jackson-Sharptons and the
takings coalitions, some on the right already believe it would be prudent
to undermine this and promote instead the wholesome values America holds
dear and that have made the country great -- starting
immediately.

Minorities are neither monolithic nor led by the same
self-deprecating talking heads, and this new huddled mass yearning to be
free represents fresh horizons. Gun-rights groups at the national, state
and local level would be wise to begin developing plans without
delay.

Will the physical artifacts of freedom -- guns in hand --
hold sway over the incoming masses? Newcomers at shooting ranges have
universal reactions -- they smile and ask for more ammo, we've all seen it.
Gun culture is not unknown south of the border. Steel-silhouette target
shooting, one of the most demanding and thrilling sports, actually has
Mexican roots, and siluetas metalicas competition uses Spanish
commands: Listo! (ready) Fuego! (fire) Alto! (cease fire). The freedom of
gun ownership is a powerful force.

Recognizing this as a threat to
their hoped-for hegemony, the left may be inclined to shift and propose a
limited amnesty, withholding gun rights for (canard alert!) the
safety of the children and the community -- can't have those nasty guns,
and especially black "assault weapons" falling into the hands of untrained
multitudes. (They will continue to ignore the fact that assault is a
type of behavior and not a kind of hardware.) The left will be faced with a
trap that is a dreaded Dred Scott solution, and this is not without
precedent.

The ACLU has been seeking ways to reinstate voting
rights, and only voting rights, for felons, most of them black,
seeing a huge voting advantage at the end of that rainbow. But if a person
isn't sufficiently whole to have all rights restored, can they be
trusted with the vote?

If they're not safe enough as former felons
(or illegals) to be entrusted with firearms, can they really be trusted
with the more powerful vote on the very direction of the entire nation?
Should amnesty follow a similar model from back in 1783, and treat these
people as three-fifths of a person? Talk about a rock and a hard place. Can
the dems dare label them residents and not citizens, and
still figure they can vote?

We should
promote market-based marksmanship training for the new
citizens.

All the more reason to propose broadband
training for the new citizens -- or even all citizens -- why discriminate?
The left has nefariously succeeded in replacing gun-safety training and
marksmanship in schools with toaster-cake intolerance. Surely you heard
about the small child in Maryland suspended for biting his Pop Tart into
what some school "official" thought looked gunlike.

When children
are punished for thought crimes -- about the only constitutionally
protected property in the entire Constitution -- something must be done,
educationwise. What an opportunity this provides to suggest a fundamental
transformation to the bizarre direction the nation has recently
taken.

Amnesty Americans should embrace the Bill of Rights and its
Second Amendment in an educated way, and who better to lead that
educational effort than the nation's vast deeply observant
gun-rights-and-liberty community. http://www.trainmeaz.com

The
NRA and similar groups are uniquely positioned to welcome tens of millions
of new members when Congress (America?) inevitably accepts currently
illegal aliens in some form or another, and these thirty million people
currently living here -- we have to sign the bill to find out exactly how
many -- somehow make the freest nation on the planet their legal
home.

Even if the solution is (a) to make them leave and somehow
come back through a new immigration program that really works (possibly the
most abrasive proposal so far) or (b) simple stroke-of-the-pen "amnesty"
(the least politically viable so far), believe it, something will give.
Whatever Congress eventually decides upon, the loss of
prohibited-gun-possessor status, and expansion of the Second Amendment
right to arms for millions is a step forward for freedom, and that's a good
thing.

Republicans, who thought democrats had the
amnesty/immigration thing all sewn up, will find that the gun-rights issue
gives them an unexpected bargaining chip. It just does. Democrats can't
support gun rights without alienating their base. Anyone who cares about
their right to keep and bear arms -- especially their newly acquired right
-- will find that the donkey party stands in opposition to this fundamental
freedom. And the only champions of this precious right that sets free
people apart from slaves are not the people pushing amnesty with
dependency, big government, welfare and food stamps.

Proud people
yearning to be free have a lot of thinking to do. They walked across miles
and miles of blazing snake-infested desert seeking freedom to get
here.

You can't arm slaves and expect them to remain
slaves.

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Korwin, Publisher
Bloomfield Press
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2- Government Hiding Sandy Hook
Details

The lamestream media told you:
The
lamestream media told you:





The proposal is in a bill privately
crafted by Gov. Dannel P.
Malloy's office, the state's top prosecutor and legislative leaders. It
would allow authorities to withhold from the public photographs, videos,
911 call recordings and other records depicting the physical condition
of any victim of the Dec. 14 shootings, unless the family gives written
permission.

The legislation would bar the release of emergency responders' audio
transmissions... The bill also would limit disclosure of
the death certificates of the 20 first-graders and six educators killed
in the attack... Media groups and advocates of public records laws
worry... They also question the bill being drafted in secrecy and not being

subjected to the public hearing process like other bills are... "If you
hide away documents from the public, then the public has no
way of knowing whether police have done their jobs correctly," said
Sonny Albarado, city editor at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and board
president of the Society of Professional Journalists, a free press
advocacy group based in Indianapolis.

"It sets a tone where it makes it easier to hide other things, and
the public suffers, in my view," Albarado said. "Obviously, the mass
murder of 26 people is a very horrific crime. But 26 people die
regularly in most large towns within a few weeks or within a few months
and we don't express the same kind of horror and we don't afford those
victims or the perpetrators any kind of anonymity."

Malloy is defending the proposal, saying that the state wants to
protect and respect the wishes of relatives of the Newtown victims and
that the bill applies only to the Sandy Hook shootings...
"I've seen a
gradual sea change ... toward more people asking
questions about why should the public have access to information instead
of why shouldn't they," Murphy said. "We forget why we have these laws.
Any record created by government belongs to the
people."

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however
that:
The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:

The effort
by Sandy Hook officials to hide evidence from the Sandy Hook massacre only
accents the questions that were never answered about this stunning crime
that led to calls for suppression of the Second Amendment.

It is
good, in a perverse sort of way, that government is attacking the First
Amendment rights of the press, because this wakes up the "news" media, who
are otherwise surprisingly content to let government abuse pass
unchallenged. Let the slightest infringement of their rights surface, and
the outrage knows no bounds, a good outcome for freedom, even if it is a
double standard and hypocritical.

Early reports indicated the
murderer used four handguns, found at the murder scene, to perpetrate the
atrocity. Later, the "news" was changed to blame so-called "assault
rifles," which police originally said were found unused in the criminal's
vehicle.

A news conference was convened outdoors for the chief
medical examiner, surrounded by state police officers. Normally, such a
news conference would be held at the hospital, with the doctor surrounded
by other doctors. The doctor, who claimed with pride to have experience and
seniority over all the other medical personnel, and who had performed
examinations of the victims, could not or would not identify the caliber of
the bullets used.

He stuttered and stalled in failing to reveal
this simple and critical piece of information. All of the rounds, scores of
them, if the "assault rifle" story was accurate, would have been easily
recognizable .223 caliber rounds. No explanation was ever given for this
disjoint in the handgun (initial report) and "assault weapon" (refreshed
report) version of the story. "Assault weapons" were viciously attacked by
the media and some members of Congress afterwards, using the crime for
leverage.

If Connecticut is successful in suppressing this
information, which is being done "to protect the children," one more layer
of government transparency will be forever lost. The effort to suppress
this information through legislation is being limited only to this crime.
This is known as (fill in the blank, you may as well use your own
adjectives and outrage.)

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3- U.S. Spy Agencies Are Spying

The
lamestream media told you:
The lamestream media told you:

"An
Internet scouring program, code-named PRISM, allows the NSA and FBI
to tap directly into nine U.S. Internet companies to gather all Internet
usage — audio, video, photographs, emails and searches. The effort
is
designed to detect suspicious behavior that begins overseas," according to
the Associated Press, according to British newspaper reports.

"Any
analyst at any time can target anyone. Any selector. Anywhere.
Where those communications will be picked up depends on the range of
those sensor networks and the authority that that analyst is empowered
with," Edward Snowden said, a former CIA employee and NSA contractor, in
accompanying video on the Guardian newspaper's website.
"Not all analysts have the power to target anything. But I, sitting at
my desk, had the authority to wiretap anyone, from you or your
accountant to a federal judge to even the president if I had a personal
email."

Director of National Intelligence James Clapper has
decried the revelation of the intelligence-gathering programs as reckless
and said it has done "huge, grave damage." The full article is
fascinating:

http://news.yahoo.com/report-nsa-contract-worker-surveillance-source-185911834.html

The
Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:
The Uninvited Ombudsman notes
however that:

Anyone who thinks the Internet is not an open party
line directly to the government is an idiot.

More than a decade
ago the Echelon and Carnivore programs were exposed as direct
taps of everything flowing through the web, filtered by government agents,
for "national security purposes," which could mean anything. This is just
the latest version of that. The fact that a whistle blower has once again
come out to say the same thing is almost meaningless.

An
intelligence official saying this has done damage is pointless. Everyone in
the spy community, diplomatic community, geek community, political
community, even people of average intelligence know this. Nothing secret is
revealed. If you have information you don't want the government to know,
you don't write about it from your computer. Even jihadi warriors living in
caves in mountains know this, after getting drone bombs dropped on
them.

The "news" media should be ashamed of itself presenting this
as news. Any expectation that these gross violations of Fourth Amendment or
other constitutional protections will lead to jail or repercussions should
be abandoned, because they won't. We would also be wise to heed to words of
the man currently in the White House ("You can't have 100% security and
then also have 100% privacy and zero inconvenience"), because Big Brother
arrived long ago, and he is not about to leave anytime soon. This doesn't
surprise Page Nine readers, does it?

Like many others working in
the spy community, Snowden was freaked out by the degree to which officials
could do anything and get away with it without controls. He simply had the
cojones to say something about it. He is now being investigated for
criminal charges. "My sole motive is to inform the public as to that which
is done in their
name and that which is done against them," Snowden told the newspaper.
The AP reported he hoped Obama's election would curtail some of the
clandestine programs. He said he was disappointed that Obama did not rein
in the surveillance programs.

Two final notes before you get real
angry at me for saying this. First, all any of you know about this is what
you learned in the "news" and you know how accurate that is. Second, the
president, attorney general and members of Congress should know better than
to call a person a traitor on TV -- because that requires a trial,
and according to the Constitution, two witnesses (Art. III, Sec. 3). Who
were the witnesses again? I missed that part.

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4- Patriots Fight Back Against Intrusive
Spying

The lamestream media told you:
The
lamestream media told you:

Echelon, Carnivore and similar "packet
sniffing" programs are among many government and commercial programs
developed to read everyone's email and web surfing habits to look for
keywords, data strings and behavior that may mean you're up to no good.
This was first revealed as far back as 1997, got quite hot by about 2005
and has been recognized as an accepted practiced by anyone who is anybody
since then. How far it has gone, what it has accomplished, who is using
what version currently, and which nations are how far along is the stuff of
spy novels and rumored assassinations. It is no secret that all nations are
constantly cyber attacking each other an accusing each other of dirty
tricks.

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however
that:
The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:

To fight
back against presumed cyber-snooping, some patriot, monkeywrenching,
survivalist and left-wing anti-government groups have developed
countermeasures to government privacy invasion campaigns. Among these are
attempted "filter overload" efforts, which seek to incapacitate various
snooping programs by feeding them more search terms than they can handle. A
list of purportedly valid trigger terms is attached to emails and posted on
websites to throw off the spies. A sample list looks like this. It is not
known how well such tactics work, but it is an interesting approach, with
backfire potential, since it could prevent defense agencies from
identifying real threats.

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