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Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Calling Bernie Sanders, Ring Ring The Light Are On But IS Any One Home? Venezuelan Socialism: Two-Day Workweeks, No Supplies, And A Government So Broke It Can’t Pay For Its Own Currency

Calling Bernie Sanders, Ring Ring The Light Are On But IS Any One Home? Venezuelan Socialism: Two-Day Workweeks, No Supplies, And A Government So Broke It Can’t Pay For Its Own Currency

Calling Bernie Sanders, Ring Ring The Light Are On But IS Any One Home? Venezuelan Socialism: Two-Day Workweeks, No Supplies, And A Government So Broke It Can’t Pay For Its Own Currency

Calling Bernie Sanders, Ring Ring The Light Are On But IS Any One Home? Venezuelan Socialism: Two-Day Workweeks, No Supplies, And A Government So Broke It Can’t Pay For Its Own Currency

Calling Bernie Sanders, Ring Ring The Light Are On But IS Any One Home? Venezuelan Socialism: Two-Day Workweeks, No Supplies, And A Government So Broke It Can’t Pay For Its Own Currency

Calling Bernie Sanders, Ring Ring The Light Are On But IS Any One Home? Venezuelan Socialism: Two-Day Workweeks, No Supplies, And A Government So Broke It Can’t Pay For Its Own Currency,


 



The economic disaster caused by Venezuela’s 21st Century Socialism continues to reap havoc on the nation’s socioeconomic fabric. We have rolling blackouts due to energy shortages. There’s a lack of access to television, long distance phone service, and toilet paper. And with the government failing to provide, the people have resorted to looting. Now, the government has shortened its workweek to just two days (via Opportunity Lives):
Venezuela is coming apart at the seams. Crime is rampant, jobs are scarce, poverty is alarmingly high and looting is prevalent in big cities and rural towns. Venezuelans spend hours every day waiting in line at their local grocery stores and supermarkets hoping to purchase whatever rations may be available. And now there are reports that with energy and electricity in such short supply, the socialist government is cutting the workweek to two days […]
With misery rising, Maduro is running out of excuses. For months he has blamed Venezuela’s severe food shortages on a “conspiracy” by the United States. It’s gotten so outlandish that the Venezuelan government recently claimed that Vice President Joe Biden is plotting Maduro’s assassination.
[…]
What’s strange is that just as Venezuelans are in most need, the government is reducing its availability to deliver basic public services by shortening its workweek.
Not surprisingly, the people are taking to the streets and demanding change. Discontent is no longer confined to the middle class. Now even Venezuela’s poorest, once the most faithful devotees to the promises of socialism under Chavez, are calling out for help and pleading for a lifeline.
http://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattvespa/2016/05/03/venezuelan-socialism-twoday-workweeks-no-supplies-and-a-government-so-broke-it-cant-pay-for-its-own-currency-n2157139

L.M.A.O . Do You Know , What Hillary IS Obama In A Dress?

L.M.A.O . Do You Know , What Hillary IS Obama In A Dress?

L.M.A.O . Do You Know , What Hillary IS Obama In A Dress

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Monday, May 2, 2016

Hillary Clinton: Bill Clinton Coming ‘Out of Retirement’ Gun Rights Under President Bill Clinton An Examination of the Clinton Administration's Impact on the SEcond Amendment

The Brady Bill
The Brady Bill, which made it more difficult to purchase a handgun, was a hallmark of the Clinton presidency.

First introduced in 1987, the Brady Bill was named for President Ronald Reagan’s press secretary, John Brady, who was wounded in an attempt to assassinate Reagan in 1981.
Brady’s wife, Sarah Brady, became a major proponent of gun control legislation following the assassination attempt, which left her husband partially but permanently paralyzed. Despite the backing of Reagan, various versions of the Brady Bill did not come seriously close to passing until the Bush administration, when Bush vetoed a version of the legislation passed by Congress.
After defeating Bush in 1992, Clinton lobbied the House and Senate to send the bill back to the White House again. Congress obliged, and Clinton signed the Brady Bill into law on Nov. 30, 1993, less than one year into his presidency. The bill created a mandatory five-day waiting period after handgun purchases and required local law enforcement to run background checks on purchasers.

Assault Weapons Ban
Emboldened by the success of the Brady Bill, Clinton next turned his sights on an assault weapons ban, another gun control battle that had been simmering since the mid-1980s. By late summer in 1994, legislation enacting such a ban was making serious headway in Congress. On Sept. 13, 1994, Clinton signed the Assault Weapons Ban into law as part of the 1994 Crime Bill.

Targeting semi-automatic weapons bearing characteristics of military guns, the AWB banned a wide range of weapons, such as the AK-47 and the AR series of rifles. Among guns outlawed by the AWB were any that included two or more of a list of characteristics ranging from telescoping stocks to bayonet mounts.

Executive Measures
While a Republican takeover of the House of Representatives in the 1994 midterm election hampered efforts by the Clinton White House to usher in more gun control measures, Clinton turned to his executive powers several times during his second term to tighten down on gun ownership.
One such measure was an order banning the importation of more than four dozen makes of assault weapons, such as variations of the AK-47. The order, signed in 1998, targeted the importation of guns that were not subjected to the 1994 Assault Weapons Ban.

Another measure was an order in the eleventh hour of Clinton’s presidency banning the importation of certain makes of so-called “assault pistols,” such as Uzis, and requiring firearms dealers to submit to fingerprinting and background checks.

Finally, the White House reached a deal with firearms giant Smith & Wesson in which Clinton promised an end to civil lawsuits against the gun manufacturer in exchange for Smith & Wesson outfitting its guns with trigger locks and agreeing to implement “smart gun” technology within two years.

Gun Crackdowns Rendered Toothless
While the National Rifle Association and most American gun owners lamented the gun policies of
 


the Clinton administration, time and the courts have rendered most of those stricter gun measures ineffective.

Parts of the Brady Bill were struck down as unconstitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2007 (although the five-day wait would have been rendered a moot point with the establishment of a national instant background check system, which soon followed). The Assault Weapons Ban was allowed to expire in 2004 when Congress failed to take up legislation that would have extended the ban or made it permanent, and Clinton’s predecessor, George W. Bush, did not lobby for the extension. And a combination of new ownership at Smith & Wesson and a Bush administration crackdown on lawsuits aimed at gun manufacturers ultimately crippled the Clinton administration’s agreement with Smith & Wesson, as the gun-maker backed out of most of the agreement’s provisions, including a pledge to invest in smart gun technology.


The Clinton administration’s only lasting impact on gun rights are the lack of certain imports of foreign semiautomatic rifles and background checks for handgun purchases. Ironically, it was those early victories that had lost much of their effectiveness within 10 years that prevented Clinton from pushing through what might have been longer-lasting gun control measures during his second term. The Brady Bill and Assault Weapons Ban were blamed for the defeat of several Democrats who voted for them as Republicans took control of the House in 1994. As a result, Clinton’s gun control priorities in the latter years of his presidency were never able to meet the muster of Republican opposition. Among them were requirements for child trigger locks, a three-day waiting period for gun show purchases and high capacity magazine bans.
http://civilliberty.about.com/od/guncontrol/a/Bill-Clinton-Gun-Control-Second-Amendment.htm



Hillary Clinton: Bill Clinton Coming ‘Out of Retirement?

Hillary Clinton: Bill Clinton Coming ‘Out of Retirement’

Hillary Clinton: Bill Clinton Coming ‘Out of Retirement’

Hillary Clinton: Bill Clinton Coming ‘Out of Retirement’

Hillary Clinton: Bill Clinton Coming ‘Out of Retirement’

Hillary Clinton: Bill Clinton Coming ‘Out of Retirement

Hillary Clinton: Bill Clinton Coming ‘Out of Retirement’

Hillary Clinton: Bill Clinton Coming ‘Out of Retirement’

Hillary Clinton: Bill Clinton Coming ‘Out of Retirement’

Hillary Clinton: Bill Clinton Coming ‘Out of Retirement’

Hillary Clinton: Bill Clinton Coming ‘Out of Retirement’