Drug Testing To Buy Guns vs. The Reapers

 
I just got back from the NRA, and I will share the same to you as I did with them.  The Following below is a FBI Report of gun crimes in America.


Gun Rights vs. Crime In America
The Reapers / a F.A.S.C.Concepts , byMassingale News release

December 26,2011

I offer legal help, an option to drug test people before they buy a gun. The new testing of the swab to the mouth is painless and on the money for stopping gun crimes by junkies.

You see guns and drugs is an issue our government covers up because of the sale of oxy heroin. I have labled these heroin users as, “The Reapers / byMassingale”, a internet catch. Some of the most terrible crimes are commited by heroin users as this drug molds people into that of which they are not.

My Name is Henry Massingale Founder and Director of the International Boycott Of The Arabic Drug Empire.

As most people do not know, 75% of the gun crimes are commited by drug offenders. So bring this into the fight for the NRA and the world will look at you all different.

Data summary

Gun crime in the US, 2010

State Total murders Total firearms, 2010 % change, 2009-10 Handguns murders Firearms, % of all murders Firearms murders per 100,000 pop Firearms robberies per 100,000 pop Firearms assaults per 100,000 pop
• Florida figures not provided
• Total number of murders for which supplemental homicide data were received.
• Limited supplemental homicide data were received from Illinois
• Rates for robbery and assault are FBI official rates, others are calculated by the Datablog
SOURCE: FBI
UNITED STATES 12,996 8,775 -4 6,009 67.52 2.84 41.67 44.78
Alabama 199 135 -41 112 67.84 2.85 17.27 32.33
Alaska 31 19 46 3 61.29 2.68 21.58 76.6
Arizona 352 232 18 152 65.91 3.47 45.47 54.19
Arkansas 130 93 -13 49 71.54 3.2 36.66 87.55
California 1,811 1,257 -8 953 69.41 3.37 48.44 45.45
Colorado 117 65 -31 34 55.56 1.28 21.96 38
Connecticut 131 97 39 72 74.05 2.75 33 22.46
Delaware 48 38 23 25 79.17 4.26 94.11 92.43
District of Columbia 131 99 -12 32 75.57 16 255.98 99.25
Florida             59.45 71.18
Georgia 527 376 -1 315 71.35 3.79 62.49 52.08
Hawaii 24 7 -13 6 29.17 0.54 7.46 13.08
Idaho 21 12 140 12 57.14 0.77 3.91 23.14
Illinois 453 364 -6 355 80.35 2.81 1.85 6.22
Indiana 198 142 -32 83 71.72 2.2 17.41 7.97
Iowa 38 21 91 9 55.26 0.69 9.06 18.72
Kansas 100 63 -26 30 63 2.22 24.46 70.96
Kentucky 180 116 4 76 64.44 2.67 39.54 24.43
Louisiana 437 351 -13 263 80.32 7.75 46.83 77.29
Maine 24 11 0 4 45.83 0.84 5.71 3.66
Maryland 424 293 -4 272 69.1 5.11 56.93 30.69
Massachusetts 209 118 27 52 56.46 1.78 24.52 30.81
Michigan 558 413 -5 239 74.01 4.16 55.61 82.88
Minnesota 91 53 39 43 58.24 1 19.11 20
Mississippi 165 120 14 98 72.73 4.05 48.03 30
Missouri 419 321 16 189 76.61 5.34 52.9 89.29
Montana 21 12 -37 6 57.14 1.22 2.04 28.36
Nebraska 51 32 39 29 62.75 1.77 24.24 29.32
Nevada 158 84 -8 57 53.16 3.16 64.86 58.54
New Hampshire 13 5 25 2 38.46 0.38 7.1 15.26
New Jersey 363 246 12 216 67.77 2.82 45.16 24.06
New Mexico 118 67 -14 36 56.78 3.29 30.78 82.06
New York 860 517 7 135 60.12 2.64 12.97 11.8
North Carolina 445 286 -15 188 64.27 3.02 46.72 60.02
North Dakota 9 4 33 3 44.44 0.61 1.84 3.21
Ohio 460 310 0 176 67.39 2.69 56.18 30.45
Oklahoma 188 111 -11 86 59.04 2.98 40.35 63.02
Oregon 78 36 -12 20 46.15 0.93 15.04 15.93
Pennsylvania 646 457 -2 367 70.74 3.62 52.04 39.45
Rhode Island 29 16 -11 2 55.17 1.51 18.73 28.57
South Carolina 280 207 5 136 73.93 4.5 57.78 114.73
South Dakota 14 8 100 3 57.14 0.98 2.19 17.56
Tennessee 356 219 -26 146 61.52 3.46 73.87 129.87
Texas 1,246 805 -7 581 64.61 3.19 64.57 61.65
Utah 52 22 -12 16 42.31 0.78 12.33 21.3
Vermont 7 2   1 28.57 0.32 2.09 7.87
Virginia 369 250 9 137 67.75 3.14 37.16 23.54
Washington 151 93 -8 73 61.59 1.38 21.43 24.87
West Virginia 55 27 -29 16 49.09 1.48 3.62 18.57
Wisconsin 151 97 2 63 64.24 1.71 41.35 31.12

Tags: constitution, crime, drugs, guns, nra, rights

Jupiter/PBG Chapter Meeting on Monday, Jan 2nd

Jupiter/Palm Beach Gardens Chapter Meeting with Keynote Speaker:


Guido George Lombardi 

Former Executive Director of the International Council for Economic Development, author of Freedom and Economic Progress and The Value Matrix, Executive Director of the North Atlantic League, and leader of the Tea Party Italy

DATE:

Monday, January 2nd, 2012

TIME:

Doors open 5:30pm
Buffet at 6pm. Meeting starts at 7pm
$15 per person (tax and gratuity included)

PLACE:

Abacoa Golf Club
105 Barbados Drive Drive, Jupiter, FL 33456
Click Here for map.

RSVP:

Register by clicking on the “RSVP” below or call (561) 444-8086 if you have questions.

We look forward to seeing you there!!!

Boca Chapter Meeting Featuring Colonel Allen West

Boca Raton Chapter Meeting with Keynote Speaker:


Col. Allen West
Congressman
Florida’s District 22

DATE:

Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012

TIME:

Doors open 5:30pm
Buffet at 6pm. Meeting starts at 7pm
$15 per person (tax and gratuity included)

PLACE:

Boca Greens Country Club
19642 Trophy Drive, Boca Raton, FL 33498
Click HERE for Map

RSVP:

Email to rsvp.boca@gmail.com, or call 561-302-1479. Or register by clicking on the “RSVP” below

We look forward to seeing you there!!!

Wellington Chapter hosts the Senatorial Candidate Forum

Palm Beach County Tea Party’s (PBCTP) Wellington Chapter hosted our Senatorial Candidate Forum on Monday, December 12th.  Most of the attendees partook of the tasty buffet at the Binks Forest Country Club prior to the beginning of the meeting.

Gina Rascati, Wellington Chapter Leader and PBCTP co-founder, kicked off the event with the Pledge of Allegiance.  Then Mel Grossman, PBCTP Vice President and co-founder, spoke about December events – encouraging attendees to help work the upcoming Gun Show.  In addition, he said that he’d be starting rallies, once again, in the new year.  Iris Scheibl, one of the PBCTP co-founders, described the upcoming Presidential Preference Primary Portfolio Event on January 10th to be jointly hosted by PBCTP and South Florida 912.  Alex Berry, Boca Chapter Leader took the podium and kicked-off the events – first describing the tenets of the PBCTP, then doing the introductions.  The guest moderator for the event was Jim Sackett, former WPTV NewsChannel 5 news anchor; time-keeper was Gina Rascatti; and the participating candidates, in order of opening statements were:  Mike McCalister,  Deon Long, Ron McNeil and Marielena Stuart.

After opening remarks, each of the candidates rotated going first in responding to the questions with one minute responses.  The excellent questions ran the gamut of conservative issues:  Repeal Obamacare?  Which departments to scale back or get rid of?  How to reduce the National Debt?  Would you have voted for the Defense Authorization Bill?  Would you support removing the US from the UN, NAFTA, and NATO and expel the UN from NYC?  Would you refuse to sign any treaty that says the US contributes to global warming or climate change?  Would you work to reform the tax code and repeal the 16th amendment?  Would you work to repeal current executive orders that put restrictions on States’ rights and if so, which ones?  Would you follow current immigration law while striving for a long term solution?  Is the U.S. Constitution a living document?  Would you abolish or limit the number of Czars?  Would you support making the Bush tax cuts permanent?  If not, why not?  While many of the responses were similar – there were distinctions based on the personal viewpoint of each of the candidates.  McCalister brought his military background and other experiences into the mix, Long spoke of his economic outlook and the fair tax as a framework, McNeil cited his paradigm as a successful engineer and businessman, and Stuart her perspective as a Cuban immigrant who lived under Communism and described Agenda 21/Sustainability as socialism.

We had time for two great audience questions as well.  Would you support and pass term limits for the House and Senate? – leading to probably the funniest line of the night, given by McNeil – “Yes – two terms – one in office and one in prison!”, and What would you do with the Federal Reserve and what would you replace it with?

The candidates then closed with 5 minute closing statements.  Alex closed the meeting with calling the raffle.

It was a very informative event offering us an opportunity to learn more about these principled but lesser known candidates.  There is a long time until the August 2012 primary and any one of these fine folks could emerge as a strong Conservative candidate.  Thanks to all who attended.

The following pictures were taken by Alex Berry.

Fighting Mad over Fighting Metals

A law passed on July 21, 2010 by a Democrat-controlled Congress and signed into law by Democrat President Obama outlaws the use of specified metals in the products of American manufacturers.

It seems like another effort to destroy our country and drive manufacturing overseas.

The metals involved are gold, tantalum, tin, and tungsten.

With the exception of gold, which people have been fighting over since the beginning of recorded history, the other metals are not normally associated with human conflict.

Tantalum is used in the production of capacitors which are used in almost all electronic devices.

Tin is used in the manufacture of fungicides, tin cans, paint and solder.

Tungsten is used for fishing weights, golf club heads and the filaments of incandescent light bulbs. The manufacture of incandescent light bulbs (Invented in the United States by Thomas Edison) has already been driven overseas and they are now made in Mexico since their sale in the United States was outlawed beginning next year by the Energy Independence and Security Act Of 2007.

The legislation outlawing these “fighting metals” is Public law 111–203: Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. “Fighting metals” is one reason the Dodd-Frank Act is on the list of laws to be repealed if conservatives ever get into power.

The term used to obfuscate the legislation is not “fighting metals” but “Conflict Minerals”

The Securities and Exchange Commission is busy writing rules to implement the law by changing the annual reporting requirements of companies. I wonder how much that effort is costing the taxpayers.

More information on the metals and the meddling of our government can be found at. Wikipedia.

If anyone can explain what these “Conflict Minerals” have to do with either “Wall Street Reform” or “Consumer Protection”, the purported purposes of the act, we would be interested in hearing from you.

Huntsman and Gingrich Debate National Security

On Monday, December 12th, GOP presidential candidates Jon Huntsman and Newt Gingrich held a long-form debate at Saint Anselm College. I’ve only gotten to watch about 10 minutes of this, but it was clear that this is a very substantive, ‘intellectual’ discussion of difficult issues and is worth watching in its entirety:

Huntsman/Gingrich Lincoln-Douglas Style Debate

Agenda 21 for Public Officials

Note: This is an excellent 15 minute overview of the global “Sustainable Development” threats we face as a nation.