January 16th, 2013

House Bill Would Ban All Internet Ammunition Sales


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This article was written by Seton Motley and originally published at Breitbart.com

In their latest rush to further emasculate the Second Amendment, many on the Left are taking aim at the Internet.

Of course, illegal online sales of weapons and ammunition should be stopped–though the practice isn’t nearly as prevalent as the left would have you believe.

But progressives are also looking to ban legal online sales through a bevy of new gun control resolutions, including H.R. 142, which ”would ban Internet or mail order ammunition purchases.”

Meanwhile, the state of New York just passed a ban on Internet “assault weapon” sales.

Progressives act as though the move to end all online weapons transactions is just that simple–wave a gavel, pass a law, and it’s done. Just like with guns themselves–declare a gun-free school zone, and all schools will be gun-free.

But they are not always such regulatory optimists.

Remember SOPA-PIPA? The Stop Online Piracy Act and the Protect Intellectual Property Act–the bills that ham-handedly sought to rein in rampant online property theft-for-profit. Stolen music and movies being sold on the Web is a costs the creators of these works billions of dollars each year, and these vastly overreaching bills were an attempt to address it.


READ MORE HERE:

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/01/15/House-Bill-Would-Ban-All-Internet-Ammunition-Sales?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter




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One Response to “House Bill Would Ban All Internet Ammunition Sales”

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    Patrick C. Says:

    If I thought this would pass through Congress, which I don’t, then I would say start networking and finding friends who know sources of ammo. Because the government doesn’t have your best interests at heart; the government has its own best interests at heart. That which it seeks to ban, obtain, and do it now while you can.

    I don’t say this out of self-interest. If I was only out for my own benefit, I would be telling everyone to stand down and not buy up ammo. Keep it on the shelf for me, I’d say, if I didn’t have your best interests at heart. But I do.

    And because I do NOT think it’ll pass, I will say, well, exactly the same thing. Because the citizenship in the Republic comes with an obligation – to be a good steward of the well-regulated militia that is yourself and your families and neighbors, looking out for each other because the government is clearly not going to.

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