As we’ve written, Barack Obama was never a “Constitutional Law Professor” and we seriously doubt he’s ever even read the Constitution. After all, he did attribute a quote from the Declaration of Independence to the Constitution in a SOTU speech.
And, if there’s two things Obama, and the Left in general, hate it’s our right to own and carry a gun and our right to criticize the government.
Which brings us to the latest attempt by the United Nations to create one world order. The International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).
The US Department of State just published a notice in the Federal Register that could ban you from posting or discussing anything related to guns or ammunition without getting the OK from the federal government. Don’t get the OK and it’s $1 million and 20 years in jail.
The NRA has noted that “gunsmiths, manufacturers, reloaders, and do-it-yourselfers could all find themselves muzzled under the rule and unable to distribute or obtain the information they rely on to conduct these activities.”
In addition, ITAR regulators could block reviews of new firearms, discussions of firearms related subjects, technical discussions about guns, 3D printing, and even self defense programs.
This proposal is still in the early stages. Please let your CongressCritter know that you oppose ITAR. The United Nations doesn’t give a damn about our Constitution and unfortunately, right now, neither does the American government.
Don’t let them get away with it.
White House Reveals $34M Climate Plan to Aid Developing Countries
The White House announced new measures to help developing countries cope with extreme weather and sea level rise. Countries such as Bangladesh, Columbia and Ethiopia would benefit from the 34 million dollar initiative announced Tuesday. White House officials described a ?steady drumbeat? of announcements ahead of climate change talks in Paris at the end of the year. Presidnet Obama has been outspoken in addressing global warming. The plan involves several US government agencies, the UK Met Office, and businesses such as Google, and is aimed at helping give developing countries access to critical climate data. The White House has been championing new climate measures nearly every week. It is trying to build public support around the measures while showing international leaders it can get things done despite opposition from Republicans and industries.