Friday May 20 - Sunday May 22,
2016 Leave word at the Embassy Suites
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Check out my column in The Daily
Caller on that Friday morning, as the NRA Show gets underway -- a
novel new way of understanding the gun issue: People with guns don't
shoot people. Criminals with guns shoot people. A completely
fresh narrative, turns the debate
Hillary Clinton said on radio
April 20 during a Gun Violence Forum, WCBM, Philadelphia, "There is no
more powerful lobby than the gun lobby.”
This is why people
say she lies. Because she does. The gun lobby is nowhere near the
TOP LOBBYISTS. Source:
Center for Responsive Politics:
As you'd expect
if you have a brain and think: Business, medicine, power, airlines,
energy, telecom, broadcasters, the gun business? That's her bogey man,
she uses it to strike fear and raise money, in the scheme of things,
it's small potatoes, people who know, know. The NRA's entire
budget wouldn't get them on the list, who is she fooling? (Don't
tell the media, they'll be
"I am constantly amazed by your output of serious,
thoroughly-researched material. You deserve a medal." --Derek B.
[Thank you Derek.
Every once in a
while a conversation comes along that really strikes home. Watch this
screamer as a liberal's seemingly sane gun arguments absolutely crumble.
It's pure joy. "Sometimes you have to die for something I believe
Dear [writers and editors names withheld to save
In a recent Political Insider column you
wrote that members of the legislature were "packing
It's a term, like "toting," "strapped," and others
that appears with some frequency in reports around the
It may seem cutesy or an elegant turn of phrase, but
it is not an honest or admirable way to write. It is a slang derogatory
slur, it demeans the journalism profession, shows a dishonorable distaste
for the subject, is offensive and insults a fundamental human right,
exemplifying the bias the public is constantly reminding journalists about,
which journalists seem immune to hearing.
It's like reading
blatant racist writing of the 1950s, done without any glimmer of awareness
of the stereotypical demeaning imbedded in the verbiage. Improve the craft
and the standing of the profession by avoiding such tacky abuse of the
language and our heritage. Without demonstrating vile personal revulsion, a
writer would simply say a legislator is armed, or discreetly
It's one thing when gun enthusiasts use language
speaking with each other, much like blacks using "terms of endearment"
within the community, and another when reporters who display no empathy
hurl epithets. Then, it's simply a disgrace.
Korwin The Uninvited Ombudsman
[The publication chose not to
print or respond.]
about the U.S. Supreme Court and the November election.
socialists get the Senate and the Signature, the U.N. Arms Trade
dormant but 100% there, becomes the biggest threat to our
gun rights and liberty.
Forgot about that one, did
1- Doctors As Gun Control Agents
lamestream media told you: The lamestream media told
"Screen All Adults for Depression, Doctors
Liz Szabo (USA TODAY) – "Primary care doctors
should screen all adults for depression, an expert panel recommended
The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however
that: The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:
"diagnosed" conditions may be grounds for removing your right to keep and
bear arms, the firearms community and civil-rights experts are
understandably concerned about this broad directive from the
government-medical complex. The U.S. Constitution delegates no power to the
federal government over medical practice or mental health.
announcement, made with all the pomp and circumstance of a formal decree,
but which carries no actual authority or requirement, suggests that people
are potentially incapable of handling their own affairs and that this
medical intervention, by government directive, would be in the public
interest, serve the public good, and promote the general welfare. Promoting
the general welfare is an often used excuse for exceeding the boundaries
placed on "government" (i.e., people working in Washington D.C.), through a
deliberate misreading of Article I Section 8.
limitation on those people from 2009 is no longer needed, the task force
says, because insurers are now conveniently required by federal law to
cover costs for treatment.
The revenue increase insurers will get
is not mentioned, along with windfalls Big Pharma stands to gain from the
recommendation. “Depression is common… painful…
treatable” according to one task force member. In the past there
wasn’t enough evidence to decide if this would be helpful or harmful.
She said medication is common treatment. SSRI drugs, often associated with
suicide in people aged 18 – 29 are the preferred drug to
“Mental health advocates praised the task
force’s recommendations, published in the Journal of the American
Medical Association (JAMA)," who stand to make fortunes if the
recommendation takes hold. JAMA is a highly controversial publication
representing mainstream medicine and has demonstrated an unfiltered bias in
the past and a severe anti-gun-rights position with little or no
According to the article, depression is a major
disability in "wealthy countries" like ours, affecting 7% of adults or 16
million people -- a significant market size (my observation, not theirs).
They do note 41,000 Americans commit suicide annually. Mr. Obama’s
recent emphasis on 20,000 firearm suicides yearly thus informs us guns are
involved in less than half of these medical emergencies (unethically
sensationalized as "gun violence").
John Snook of the
“Treatment Advocacy Center” says we should “take every
opportunity to get these people the help they need,” implying they
should all be on selective serotonin uptake inhibiting (SSRI) drugs. He did
not mention gun-right denial in the USA Today
According to the article, the complexities of depression
can be screened for with a simple 10-question survey. Doctors are already
under fire for “boundary violations,” an unethical practice in
which they ask patients if they own firearms, a subject for which most
doctors have little or no training whatsoever, but plenty of agenda-driven
bias, attitude and ignorance. We are left to guess what might be in the
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2- Good Gun Law Identified “Plinking Encouragement Act” Supports
The lamestream media told you: The
lamestream media told you:
Guns are bad. “They should
take them away.” Vote democrat and they will. Pro-gun groups should
be closed down, this would not violate freedom of speech. [Note: Condensed
from may articles to save space.]
Ombudsman notes however that: The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however
It has become increasingly obvious that so-called
“progressives” are actually responsible for blocking progress,
especially when it comes to gun safety and education. Gun-controllers and
the left can’t pass any so-called “common-sense gun-control
laws” because they aren’t proposing any.
Shooting Sports Foundation, a highly regarded firearms-industry trade
group, in a recent cover story about plinking in its Shot Business
magazine, made several enlightening observations that have been missed by
mainstream publications. Forever. The Uninvited Ombudsman observes the
value of these recommendations:
“Encourage parents to review
shooting safety rules with their kids. When my dad introduced me to
shooting with my first BB gun, he made me feel the safety lesson was an
“Son, you’re about to use a real gun that can
hurt people and animals and damage property. It’s a step into
adulthood. Used properly, it will give you a lifetime of fun and enjoyment.
Used improperly, it can get you into a world of trouble. Be smart and shoot
It’s hard to imagine the anti-gun-rights
advocates adopting such a sane policy, despite their lip service to safety.
But the result would be incredibly beneficial, and we can hope. The entire
left wing of America could not be reached for comment.
are in the works: http://www.gunlaws.com/ModelLegislation.htm.
In a spirit of cooperation and as a gesture of good will, conservatives
could agree to introduce a marksmanship curriculum to the left's Common
Core, and at least expand its appeal across the aisle a little bit. Why
would educators object to broadening educational
This is what it used to look like -- WHO'S MURDERING FREE SPEECH* 186 Shocking
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of the nation's leading experts in the gun-rights controversy has
turned his attention to insidious threats eating away at free speech. At
a time when a simple joke can get you arrested, fired or sued into
bankruptcy, author Alan Korwin is sounding an alarm that is long
Methodically but with a sanity-saving sense of humor,
Who's Murdering Free Speech
explores the laws, lore, courts and culture that have combined to make
you whisper, or keep your mouth shut without even realizing how much you
self-censor. Precious little news leaks to you over the politically
correct lines, as reporters hold back to hold onto their jobs. Employees
everywhere have learned that silence and job retention are related. The
Internet is a safety valve, but the tax man and government operatives
have their sights on that too -- Hillary wants
has discovered that all the speech limits fall into just seven
categories, and he has compiled scores of examples in each, from shock
jocks ripped off the air to questions your boss can't ask. From jokes in
an airport to banners in schools, a day doesn't pass without people in
trouble for expressing themselves.
If you haven't noticed you
haven't been watching, but this groundbreaking book will fix that for
good. The supposedly harmful, hurtful, hateful, racist, sexist, unjust
and taboo subjects that grow daily are murdering free speech. And the
most awful part is -- dunned daily by the media and our polarized
culture -- you'll agree with a lot of the speech bans. Korwin's right --
the surprising main enemy of free speech is us. And the effect on gun
rights is downright perilous.
3- White House Uses Email to Promote "Gun
The lamestream media told you: The
lamestream media told you:
Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that: The Uninvited Ombudsman notes
Information received here exposes a blast email
from Jesse Moore, White House Associate Director of Public Engagement, in
which he urged Hollywood entertainers to use Twitter to promote gun
Addressed to “Family,” the Subject line read,
“Artists and Entertainers Unite to #StopGunViolence.”
“Gun Violence” is the next in a long line of invented terms
used by the left to redirect thought from crime and bad behavior to
demeaning firearms. The programs essentially ignore criminals and encumber
or infringe upon the innocent and civil rights.
reports the memo read, “Below you have: short and long-term action
steps, more info on POTUS’s actions, highlights from your tweets so
far (thank you!) and draft tweets for you to build from if
The White House press office is supplying
propaganda for entertainers to adopt and use on their followers. Actors
Ashton Kutcher and Mark Rufallo apparently took the bait and tweeted
similar messages to their followers, along with others.
of the Media Research Institute observed, “This seems an
unprecedented abuse of White House influence to manipulate the public into
believing celebrities genuinely supported the president. Hollywood is just
an extension of Obama’s press office.”
The lamestream media told you: The
lamestream media told you:
Nothing, but the Wall Street
Journal did cover the incident with raised
The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however
that: The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however
California’s 1923 gun-control law, one of the
state’s earliest, bans signs in guns store windows advertising
handguns (but not long guns). So the California Bureau of Firearms
threatened to close Tracy Rifle and Pistol, a squeaky clean long-time
business for its three small vinyl decals on the outside of the shop. The
owner, Michael Baryla joined other gun-store owners and sued because the
law infringes his First Amendment right to free speech.
reminiscent of The Uninvited Ombudsman’s lawsuit, Korwin v.
Phoenix, when the city banned advertising Guns Save Lives, a commercial message,
on bus shelters, also a violation of free speech in a commercial setting.
Phoenix lost that suit. The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled the First
Amendment protects commercial speech, which includes
California’s deputy attorney general made the
virtually impossible argument that the ban, 90 years old, reduces crime,
adding that, according to the Wall Street Journal, “on-premises ads
particularly encourage dangerous, impulse purchases of handguns.”
California’s 10-day waiting period shows how ridiculous that claim is
and how far those bureaucrats will go in attempting to curtail even free
speech if it relates to the right to keep and bear arms.
asked to prove that “impulsive purchases” were more dangerous,
the AG testified, There’s no evidence in the record on that
point.” Because there can’t be, right?
who owns Ten Percent Firearms, found out he can put up a billboard across
the street from his store, and as a plaintiff in the case, did so, with a
huge picture of a Glock and the wording We Sell Handguns. On the billboard
it’s legal, but on his window it would close him down -- an
Brandon Combs of the Calguns Foundation, joining
the case on behalf of Tracy Rifle and Pistol v. Harris, was able to
show blatant racist roots of the law, designed to keep Chinese and Latino
immigrants disarmed. With a trial set for 2017, and appeals expected, free
speech will be withheld for a long time. The Guns Save Lives case took four
years before Phoenix lost its effort to squelch a positive message about
guns. Government, which is supposed to defend fundamental rights, is in the
exact opposite business. The people responsible for such travesties belong
in prison, but no one expects them to end up there. Yet. (See teeth
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5- Ignorant Reporter Buys Gun, Brags,
Step in right
The lamestream media told
you: The lamestream media told you:
In a Christmas-time
column for USA Today, columnist Trevor Hughes practically bragged he
bought a handgun, despite advice against it from many -- including a
colleague who nearly broke into tears about it. Quoting him
“I know the devastation handguns can cause…
I’ve watched families ripped apart by death… some jerk who
couldn’t control himself decided to take out his anger on the world
with a weapon… statistics that show I’m at risk, as a middle
age white man… of using the gun to kill myself… decision
doesn’t make the best logical sense… this decision helps me
feel better… I might actually just be making the problem worse…
I never fired a handgun (emphasis mine)… [cops that shoot] often miss
or accidentally shoot their colleagues or innocent bystanders… Soft
targets. What a terrible phrase… For me… San Bernardino was a
tipping point… I don’t like feeling like a soft
The Uninvited Ombudsman notes
however that: The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however
This does not sound to me like a person properly
balanced or in the right frame of mind to buy a firearm -- a poster child
for statists who would sit in judgment of everyone for anything. The fact
the he advertises his psyche is not comforting. As an advocate of liberty
however, I wouldn't decide for him or compel his actions by force of law.
Since he could obtain a firearm anyway if he wished, even if they were
placed under controls as strict as the absolute bans on heroin, cocaine or
guns for drug dealers, I would defend his right to get one legally, and
advertise that in USA Today as he has done. Instead, I'd say press
for training in every school in the nation, instead of the abject ignorance
foisted on us by the teachers unions and education establishment, which
have this poor soul as misguided as he obviously is.
credit, he balanced his almost insane rant with a few other saving graces,
including (quoting him here again):
“I’m no longer willing to wait for the government
to protect me all of the time… I need to take more responsibility for
my own safety…Maybe it’s time we made sure our enemies, both
foreign and domestic, understand that we shoot back. I don’t like
feeling like a soft target.”
Now I encourage every
firearms trainer in Colorado, where Trevor Hughes announced he lives, to
find this man who has never fired a sidearm, to locate him, offer him the
training and education he so obviously desperately needs, and add one more
American citizen to the ranks of informed gun owners that our government
and education system discourages.
The rest of us warmly invite you
into our ranks Trevor. Bought your first gun before you ever fired one?
Hey, you're not the first. It's called "freedom." I'm thrilled you have it.
For my part, Mr. Hughes, you have an “open to buy” $100 worth
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6- Columnist E.J. Montini Sets
Most gun myths in a
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media told you: The lamestream media told you:
the Gannett empire’s #2 rag, The Arizona Republic, E.J.
Montini, a talented, prolific but virulently biased gun-hating writer may
have set a record for the greatest number of anti-rights gun myths in one
short column, at 11. Because his paper does not allow rebuttals or even
meaningful error corrections, Montini gets away with murder, figuratively
Montini's name has been submitted as a candidate for a
Golden Calf Award, issued periodically by Jews for the Preservation of
Firearms Ownership, http://www.jpfo.org,
to a person or group who:
and deliberate action worships at the false god of deceptively named
“gun control” and seeks to undermine the G-d given right of
all people to keep and bear arms for all legitimate
If you agree Montini is worthy of the award
after reading about the contents of this column, please send a memo to
Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that: The Uninvited Ombudsman notes
Each entry starts with Montini's myth in
italics, followed by reality. (Sorry Ed, someone's got to do
1. Polls constantly show 90% of the public support
“universal” background check bills. Reality:
These bills call for gun registration, confiscations and arrests, which the
polls don’t mention, so the results are a sham. When properly
explained, the public is revolted by the plans: "Would you support
arresting people if a federal gun registry has inaccurate data on them due
to missing guns, missing entries or wrong serial numbers?" And that's the
least of what the bills do. Support there is minuscule.
powerful NRA prevents the bills from moving through
Congress. Reality: Though the NRA has an undeniable roll,
Congress itself rejects the bills on legitimate grounds and is responsive
to the 100 million gun owners who object to being deceived, disarmed or
subarmed and press their reps directly (NRA has only 5 million members).
Facing irrational and bizarre bills helps the proposals sink.
We could ban the sale or possession of armor piercing
bullets. Reality: Armor-piercing bullets are already banned
-- only for the public. “Officials” though can have them for
use against, well, anyone. The shift in balance of power this represents is
too fundamental for most journalists to comprehend. The statism of E.J.'s
suggestion here escapes him.
4. We could ban the sale or
possession of hollow-tip bullets. Reality: Because hollow
ammo is far safer, police require its use, and the public prefers
it. Banning it would be both dangerous and stupid, but people (like
Montini) with intact ignorance don’t understand this at all. Police
had to have a federal law enacted to prevent similarly ignorant bureaucrats
from banning their possession of safe effective hollow ammunition when they
travel. The public seeks the same safety officers crave for the same
reasons. This myth deserves an apology (well, they all do).
We could limit magazines to ten bullets. Reality: He
means cartridges, or rounds of ammo (bullets are one-quarter of a
cartridge, but we can decipher him). Because less ammo is extremely
dangerous in a firefight when your life depends on it, police and other
officials would never accept such a ludicrous suggestion, and always
guarantee an exclusion for themselves when such outrageous proposals are
made. The public deserves at least such moderate common-sense
considerations. Why would you want criminals to have any bullets? Hint:
They can have none legally. Why would you want to handicap the innocent?
Hint: to salve your own internal hoplophobic terrors. Seek
6. Codify wider access to mental health records to
prevent people with serious illness from buying
weapons. Reality: This of course is already law. Mental
health processionals stand in the way for numerous legitimate reasons --
vilifying sick people, discouraging the sick from getting treatment,
invasion of privacy, refusal to violate doctor-client privilege, fear of
reprisal for failure to properly act and more, but might as well blame the
invisible gun forces for the problem, it’s easier and it fits the
7. Obama tried to do this by executive
order but it should be law. Reality: This is two myths
actually. Obama cannot and should not enact law by fiat or executive order,
or the nation is lost, and the president should be removed from office for
usurping powers not delegated, but liberals like Montini care not for such
fundamental values if it suits their ends. And as previously mentioned it
8. Repeal the congressional ban on having the CDC do
studies on gun ownership and the effects on public
health. Reality: Because the CDC had operated well outside
the bounds of science, any legitimate delegated authority, and had used its
vast resources to lobby against gun ownership, a ban on using taxpayer
funds to continue campaigning against fundamental rights was and remains
entirely appropriate. This is not exactly a myth or error, it is just
entirely deceptive and misleading. Private research is still 100% available
and can and should be conducted, but its results do not comport with
Montini’s wishes, since it shows the enormous social utility of
firearms and value of an armed public.
9. Expand gun owning
restrictions on people convicted of domestic
violence. Reality: There is already a total denial of the
right to keep and bear arms for this misdemeanor. Granted, it is
ineffectively enforced, just like "useless, futile" orders of protection
(the U.S. Supreme Curt's descriptions), something more law won't correct.
This is not something Montini seeks to fix, which is really needed. He
calls for feckless "expand restrictions" which are already at 100%, not
"disarm dangerous people," a total blind spot.
10. Establish a
national waiting period for gun purchase. Reality:
Specifically banned by the language of the Second Amendment, the Founders
would be appalled at the suggestion. The idea of this delay in exercising
the human and civil right to arms has been so thoroughly discredited it is
hardly worth repeating.
Expecting a psychotic or other miscreant
to get a gun after a short wait, and then to remain reasonable for the rest
of all time is insane. Preventing a person who needs a gun immediately for
defense is an act of violence and cannot be justified. Conditions suggested
for the Second Amendment must be gauged against the rest of the Bill or
Rights for validity (e.g., waiting periods to attend church, read books,
hold meetings, etc.) and point out the ludicrous nature of such suggestions
and the irrational behavior of people making them.
“Impulse violence.” Reality: The belief that
a written law will prevent people from being impulsive demonstrates a lack
of mental stability in the people seeking to implement it.
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8- If Only Gun Control Worked
won’t disarm the Syrian rebels. Or the Syrian Army. It
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Middle East. If only gun control could
disarm the European jihadis, currently under some of the strictest gun-
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My catalog of myths
the so-called progressives use to block progress is
Of all the preposterous nonsense
anti-gun-rights people have concocted, “invisible” x-ray-proof
guns may be the most bizarre. They did this when the superb Glock
safe-action pistol was introduced, and became the choice of police
departments worldwide. Easily spotted at airport checkpoints, their fears
were baseless, but they once again interfered with reality. The claim that
self defense is uncommon, because it never appears on nightly news is just
a measure of bias in news rooms, that won't show the millions of annual
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you made during your political career are you most proud
HILLARY CLINTON: Well, in addition to the NRA, the health
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Can you believe that Hillary is proud
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California gun(s) owner and we are under attack as many others are. My
cousin in Utah e-mailed me a link to your report on the unanimous Caetano
Supreme Courts (stun) Gun Rulings on the Mass. Supreme Court Ruling. And I
want to see more of what the mainstream media doesn't want us to see. I'm
assuming you will do that. I'm eager to see the fall out from this. --David
M. [Don't hold your breath David, the mainstream is hiding results.
Afternoon Alan. I was originally signed up by a
friend but noticed I was disconnected this morning. My guess is the company
firewall, it does not like guns. The company computer is the only one I
have access to. I greatly enjoy your articles and the way you straighten up
the medias slant! Caetano vs Mass. I had not even heard of this case, I
went on line to check it out and I think your assessment was spot on.
Thanks, keep up the good work!
Alan- I’m a
voracious reader of news…most of it conservative, both tradition and
new media. How on earth did I not hear about Caetano? And a
unanimous decision at that? If the decision had gone the other way, I
know it would have made news. I don’t feel that old yet I feel I
don’t recognize this world I’m living in. Thank you for
your Page Nine contributions. Dave W.
A bit hard to
read on a mobile. John. [Thanks. Can't do everything. Wanna be my
mobile compatibility guru? Alan.]
Court Protects Armed Women Mr. Alan Korwin, I found myself reading your
(typically excellent) article listed above getting caught up in my emotions
regarding the ignorance of the lower court’s decision. The lower
court’s decision was so obviously wrong, or should I say unlawful(?)
that I wonder why they are not prosecuted for depriving citizens of their
rights under “color of law!” I know that it is fantasy to
even think that a court would be prosecuted for its decision, however a guy
can dream, right? Thank you for the work you do Alan, your intelligence,
tenacity, and bravery is a beacon to us all. God bless you, Kevin J.
[Regarding Caetano] Alan. Alan, Is
this another wishfull-thinking attention getter? Norm N.
didn't describe the case accurately? I posted the case itself for
Alan Korwin, Your write-up of the Caetano v.
Massachusetts case is one more example of modern progressive liberal
leftist granting criminals the right to murder -- and when a victim
successfully resists, the courts come down on the victims in favor of the
criminal aggressor. It's the same sordid story whether school yard
bullies or mass murdering killers armed with illegal automatic weapons--the
liberal elite support the "right" of criminals to murder and terrorize.
When self defense is criminalized and the courts will complete the botched
murder attempt for the criminal, the courts become criminal
There's the old joke that old-school religions are
against sex because sex leads to dancing. Self defense must be
outlawed because self defense might lead to owning guns (the tools of
self-defense. What's the world coming to? -Alan
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