Hillary if elected

Hillary Clinton is making a war on personal gun ownership a central part of her campaign for the White House. Here are six of the most outrageous aspects of her effort to incrementally disarm American citizens.

Consider Australian-style gun ban–On October 16 Hillary Clinton held a town hall at Keene State College. An audience member asked, “[Regarding] handguns…Australia recently managed to take away tens of thousands–even millions–of handguns, and in one year they were all gone. Can we do that? And if we can’t, why can’t we?” Clinton answered by pointing not only to Australia but Canada and the UK as well. She described the bans in all three countries as “a good example” of how other countries reacted to high-profile crime and suggested the Australian ban, in particular, “would be worth considering…on the national level” in the U.S.

Allow Crime Victims To Sue Gun Manufacturers–In addition to an Australian-style gun ban, Clinton proposes eliminating the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act’s (PLCAA) prohibition to frivolous lawsuits against gun makers. This would allow crime victims and anti-gun attorneys to sue gun makers for incidents in which criminals misuse firearms, even if those firearms were lawfully made and sold prior to being obtained illegally (stolen) by the criminal.

Allow Crime Victims to Sue Gun Sellers–This point is very similar to Clinton’s push against gun manufacturers. It would open up Federal Firearms License holders (FFLs) to suits from crime victims over the misuse of guns that were lawfully sold, then illegally obtained (stolen) by criminals.

During a March 6 Democrat debate presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders made clear that Clinton’s plans to open up gun makers and sellers to such frivolous suits will result in one thing–the elimination of gun manufacturing in America.

Replace Instant Background Checks With Indefinite Background Checks–Clinton wants to expand the time frame in which a background for a gun purchase is conducted. The current time frame is “instant”–via the National Instant Criminal Background Check System–but there is an allowance for the FBI to take up to three days to complete the criminal records search on a would-be gun buyer. Clinton wants to expand the FBI’s three day allowance by transforming it into an indefinite amount of time to complete a search. This means a woman under threat from a violent former boyfriend might enter a gun store on May 3 to acquire a firearm for self-defense but not be allowed to pick it up until June 15, July 23, December 13, or even longer. She would be forced to fend off the attacker as best she could in the interim.

Outlaw Private Gun Sales and Add No-Fly List to Background Checks–These two proposals go together because they illustrate the tactic of limiting the avenues available for law-abiding gun purchases, while simultaneously tightening the parameters for such purchases. Step 1: Outlaw private gun sales by implementing universal background checks–the same checks in place in California and Paris. These checks bar gun owners from selling a firearm without government oversight and paperwork. Step 2: Add the ambiguous no-fly list to the back

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Deportation down budget up

by CAROLINE MAY2 May 20161,235
While the budget for deportations has grown substantially over the past four years, the number of actual removals has plummeted.

A new chart and analysis from the Senate Subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest, obtained exclusively by Breitbart News, details the extent to which taxpayers are paying more and more for fewer and fewer deportations.

More specifically, according to the Subcommittee, while Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) budget for detention and removal budget grew 25 percent from FY 2012 to FY 2015, the total number of aliens it removed plummeted by nearly 43 percent.

In FY 2012, ICE deported 409,849 aliens — 180,970 from the interior and 228,879 from the border — according to Department of Homeland Security statistics. The number of both interior and border deportations steadily declined through FY 2015 when ICE deported just 235,413 aliens — just 69,478 from the interior and 165,935 from the border.

“Put differently, ICE removed nearly 43 percent fewer total aliens from the United States in FY 2015 than it did in FY 2012 – and nearly 62 percent fewer aliens from the interior of the United States,” the subcommittee’s analysis reads.

Ironically, as the number of deportations the Obama administration carried out tumbled, its budget for removals and detention continued to grow — from $2,750,843,000 in FY2012 to $3,431,444,000 in FY2015. The subcommittee notes that last year the administration shifted $113 million in funding from ICE’s removal and detention budget.


The Obama administration has repeatedly pointed to a lack of resources as the reason for the decline in deportations and its need for enforcement “priorities.” The subcommittee, chaired by Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL)80%
, says the decline is directly due to the administration’s priority of skirting Congress to water down immigration law.

“This dramatic decline in deportations is the direct result of policies implemented by the Obama Administration to get around plain law passed by Congress,” the subcommittee’s analysis reads. “Indeed, the guise was to assert that the Government lacked the resources to deport more aliens. The former Director of ICE, John Morton, issued a memorandum in March of 2011, in which he outlined ICE’s purported enforcement ‘priorities,’ and claimed that setting such priorities was necessary because ICE ‘only has resources to remove approximately 400,000 aliens per year, less than 4 percent of the estimated illegal alien population in the United States.’”

As the subcommittee notes, this resources excuse was also used to justify the Obama administration’s executive amnesty programs announced in 2014, in which the Department of Justice’s Office of Legal Counsel wrote, “DHS has explained that although there are approximately 11.3 million undocumented aliens in the country, it has the resources to remove fewer than 400,000 such aliens each year.”

In addition to the incongruous budget and deportation numbers, the subcommittee also highlighted the decline in deportations of criminal aliens — the very type of illegal immigrant that the Obama administration says it is prioritizing for deportation.

“ICE removed 235,390 criminal aliens from the United States in FY 2012, as compared with 139,368 in FY 2015 – meaning that it deported nearly 41 percent fewer criminal aliens last year with 25 percent more resources than it had in FY 2012,” the subcommittee’s analysis reads.

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American lives don’t matter

Walid bin Attash, a planner of the USS Cole bombing and who also played a role in the 9/11 attack, is still at Gitmo. His trial continues to drag on while he and his lawyers play games. Rahim Hussein al-Nashiri, another of the planners, is still awaiting trial. But Mashur Abdallah Ahmed al Sabri, one of the members of the USS Cole cell, has already been released by Barack Obama from Guantanamo Bay.

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I am fed up with his hatetred of white america.


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Great question. Will he?


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Obama’s america


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Doesn’t make sense does it.


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