Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Review: John Longenecker's Transfer Of Wealth: "John Longenecker's second edition of Transfer Of Wealth is an expose of official go-nowhere anti-crime policies with warnings of predatory industrial complexes thriving on violence, the 2006 United Nations threats to U.S. personal sovereignty, high-tech surveillance and suspicioning of citizens, and Hurricane Katrina's 2006 untoward agendas bent on testing abolition of sovereignty. ... Longenecker points to how these relate more than ever before to the non-gun owner households across America such that even the impartial homes are profoundly affected by the more than 22,000 gun laws currently in force, the hi-tech surveillance and the self-defense restraints."

Bloomberg "fiddles with lawsuits," ignores NYC's criminals: "Gun-phobic New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is like Emperor Nero of Rome; he is 'fiddling with lawsuits' and blaming everyone else for New York crime problems while he hasn't stopped murders from increasing, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms said today. 'While billionaire Bloomberg is so busy pointing fingers at businessmen in other states,' said CCRKBA Chairman Alan M. Gottlieb, 'the murder rate in New York has gone up right under his nose.'"

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