Oklahoma Overwhelmingly Approves Firearms Manufacturer Protection Bill

DC GUNS & GEAR | Yesterday, the Oklahoma House of Representatives voted 92-0 to approve House Bill 1004, authored by state Representative T.W. Shannon (R-62) and state Senators Brian Bingman (R-3) and Anthony Sykes (R-24). HB 1004 contains critical protections against attempts to bankrupt the American firearms industry through erroneous lawsuits that would threaten the availability of firearms to consumers. This legislation would provide that lawsuits may not be brought against manufacturers, distributors or sellers of firearms if such suits are based on criminal or unlawful use of the product by a third party. However, these protections would not apply to actions arising from the unlawful sale or transfer of firearms, or to instances in which the transfer or knew, or should have known, that the recipient would engage in the unlawful sale or transfer of the firearm, or would use, or purposely allow the use of, the firearm in an unlawful, negligent, or improper fashion.

Additionally, the state House voted 75 to 1 to add an emergency clause to HB 1004, enabling the legislation to take immediate effect if passed by the state Senate next week and signed into law by the Governor.

The language in HB 1004 was originally passed in 2009 as a section of House Bill 1603, which dealt broadly with tort reform and was law in Oklahoma until this June when the Oklahoma Supreme Court struck down HB 1603 for violating the state constitutional requirement that a bill can have only one subject, not multiple. Governor Mary Fallin (R) called the state legislature into special session in order to restore the reforms in the original HB 1603 by introducing each subject as its own bill.

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Napolitano Lies About Securing Our Borders Right Up to Her Last Day on the Job

USA TODAY | WASHINGTON — Ask for her biggest disappointment after nearly five years heading the Department of Homeland Security, and Janet Napolitano mentions the failure of Congress so far to pass a comprehensive immigration bill.

For some opponents, she says, the argument that the U.S. border with Mexico needs to be more secure before moving ahead has become an excuse rather than a reason.

“We’ve driven the numbers down there to 40-year lows,” Napolitano said in an interview with USA TODAY’s Capital Download, a weekly video newsmaker series, saying critics “keep moving the goal posts” on what would constitute a border that was sufficiently secure. She has been deeply involved in the immigration debate as head of a department that includes both border patrol and immigration enforcement.

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Mexican Smuggler Who Assaulted U.S. Border Patrol Agent Sentenced to 98 Months

LAHT | LAREDO, TX – Jose Alberto Izquierdo-Gonzalez, 28, an undocumented Mexican alien who had been living in Laredo, has been ordered to federal prison for assaulting Border Patrol agents and transporting aliens, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson.

Izquierdo-Gonzalez entered a plea of guilty March 28, 2013.

On Wednesday, Senior U.S. District Judge George P. Kazen sentenced him to a term of 98 months in federal prison. In handing down the sentence, Judge Kazen took note of the defendant’s prior convictions for alien transporting in 2009, entering illegally in the same year, as well as damages to a Border Patrol (BP) unit he rammed while trying to elude apprehension.

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• Illegal Immigrant Who Assaulted Border Patrol Agents Headed to Federal Prison — TOWNHALL

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D.C. Police Ordeed Tor Arrest Tourists Possessing EMPTY Shell Casings

BREITBART | Washington, D.C. police are under orders to arrest tourists and others from outside the district who are caught with empty shell casings on their persons.

Even though such shell casings are spent and therefore inert, they are considered ammunition in the District of Columbia.

According to the Washington Examiner, these and other D.C. gun laws and policies are detailed in Emily Miller’s book, Emily Gets Her Gun… But Obama Wants to Take Yours.

“Unless you are a resident [of D.C.] and have a gun registration certificate,” possession of empty shell casings is a crime that results in a $1,000 fine, a year in jail, and a criminal record.

Under this law, even D.C. residents with a gun registration certificate are to keep empty shell casings “stored so [they are] not accessible from the passenger compartment” in their vehicles.

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California Supreme Court Signals Denial of Law License for ILLEGAL

LA TIMES | SAN FRANCISCO — The California Supreme Court indicated Wednesday that federal law appeared to prevent immigrants without green cards from obtaining licenses to practice law.

During a hearing in a packed courtroom, several justices suggested they were bound to follow a law passed by Congress that denies professional licenses to immigrants who are in the country illegally.

The state high court is considering a bid by Sergio C. Garcia, 36, a Mexican immigrant who has spent most of his life in California, passed the state bar examination and has been waiting 18 years to obtain a green card.

Although the State Bar of California and Atty. Gen. Kamala D. Harris favored admitting Garcia, the court appeared to believe that Congress had tied its hands. Not one justice suggested that Garcia was likely to win his case.

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E-Verify Changes on the Horizon

BLOOMBERG BNA | Ahead of a likely legislative requirement that the E-Verify electronic employment eligibility verification system be made mandatory for all U.S. employers, the National Immigration Law Center recently released a report warning that the way the system works now could mean that hundreds of thousands of work-authorized individuals might face problems from mismatches between their information and what’s contained in government records, also known as tentative nonconfirmations (TNCs).

Right now 404,295 employers are enrolled in E-Verify, only about 7 percent of all U.S. employers. But both the comprehensive Senate-passed immigration bill (S. 744) and legislation (H.R. 1772) passed by the House Judiciary Committee would require all employers to use the system.

NILC’s report said that while the most recently calculated error rate for TNCs is 0.3 percent, erroneous TNCs are much more common for lawful permanent residents and other work-authorized foreign nationals than for citizens. Also, a 0.3 percent error rate among all employees in the U.S., as would be the case under either bill, might mean that somewhere between 150,000 and 500,000 people would have to correct a problem with either the Social Security Administration or the Department of Homeland Security.

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Another OFA Flop: Ohio Immigration Rally Fails to Generate Support — Only 5 OFA Interns Show Up

BREITBART | One day after immigration advocates claimed a “resounding win” in the August town-halls (because they didn’t lose), the Ohio arm of Organizing for Action (OFA) attempted to generate excitement for “comprehensive immigration reform” at an August 30 Statehouse rally.

According to Jesse Hathaway reporting for Media Trackers, they failed miserably.

Organized by OFA’s Kate Kight, the August 30 event was attended by 5 OFA interns participating in the organization’s “Summer Fellows” program. A press release indicated OFA Ohio is partnering with DREAMActivist Ohio, an illegal-immigrant advocacy group which has held a series of similar rallies making similar demands.

According to Hathaway, the event was advertised in local media and like-minded organizations, yet failed to generate any interest.

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ICE Agent Who Outed Obama’s Welfare-Sucking ILLEGAL Alien Aunt Thought the American People Had a Right to Know

HUFFINGTON POST | WASHINGTON — An Immigration and Customs Enforcement official admitted he tipped off a reporter that Barack Obama’s aunt was undocumented just four days before the 2008 election because it was “interesting,” “newsworthy” and because “the American public [had] a right to know,” according to an internal report obtained by The Huffington Post.

A heavily redacted report from ICE’s Office of Professional Responsibility, disclosed in response to a Freedom of Information Act request, reveals that an agency employee admitted to calling an Associated Press reporter to inform him that President Barack Obama’s aunt might be an undocumented immigrant facing a removal order. ICE’s investigation determined that the unnamed employee disclosed the woman’s identity and immigration status to the media, displayed a “lack of candor” to investigators and misused government property.

The 20-page internal report was completed in August 2010 but the agency declined to provide it until this year. The report doesn’t indicate what, if any, disciplinary action was taken against the ICE official.

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• Politics wasn’t behind leak about immigration status of Obama’s aunt — WASHINGTON POST

• Report pins ICE employee for leak of Obama aunt’s immigration status – CNN

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Whatever Happened to “Moving Beyond Mindset of Perpetual War,” Barack?

One of Barack Obama’s most annoying mannerisms is his propensity to engage in “preachy hypocrisy,” in which The One looks down his snooty nose at we the unwashed and proceeds to lecture us with his superior intellectual and moral perspective concerning everything from the need to abandon fossil fuels to his warped conviction that access to government-funded abortion and contraception are inalienable rights found in the US Constitution, but only by those sufficiently blessed with the intellectual tools needed to see light and truth.

As an undeserving and farcical recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, Obama is particularly passionate about the subject of war and he openly shares adamant opposition to it, especially as concerns American politicians.

As reported at the reference, Obama has long been a cheerleader for surrendering America’s sovereignty and legitimate national interests in order to achieve unilateral peace:

Said he:

“We must move beyond the mindset of perpetual war: Closing the prison in Guantanamo, tightly controlling use of new technology like drones, security with the balance of the protection of privacy — I’m confident that balance can be struck.”

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American Veteran News 09.07.13 (42 Stories)


• 23-year Seabee veteran mentors Seabees, now Afghans
• 1812 Bicentennial: Fort Erie grave to be marked with veteran’s plaque
• A Proper Resting Place
• American Legion Checks Out Grand Junction VA Medical Center
• Aviation Expo under way, continues Saturday
• B-17 Bomber ‘Memphis Belle’ soars over Baltimore
• Blind Navy veteran from SW Indiana finishes kayak trip
• Center seeks to increase counseling for Okaloosa war veterans
• Civil War flags from museum collection destroyed
• Coming Home from War Is Hell- Preventing Veteran Suicides
• Denton veterans chosen for trip to DC
• Disabled Army Veteran Missing In Oakmont
• Family, friends and veterans welcome Army helicopter pilot home
• Goodwill Set To Conduct ‘Boots To Suits’ Program
• Health center to open at southern Illinois VA
• Helena Send off Honor Flight-bound WWII vets Saturday with a flag line
• Honor Flight of Idaho
• Hundreds of veterans get help in Macon
• Indiana museum plans salute to WWII veterans
• Iron Mountain VA Welcome Home event set this weekend
• IRS in hot water over veteran targeting
• Master Gunnery Sgt. Reflects on 30 Years
• Military dog mourns loss of handler, helps veterans heal
• New Facility Readies for Homeless Female Vets in Sussex County
• Patriot Guard riders take soldier urns to cemetery
• Peripheral Neuropathy Associated With Exposure to Certain Herbicide Agents
• Relatives Of Vets Who Died By Suicide Tell Their Stories (AUDIO)
• Remains of three veterans travel across state to be laid to rest
• Saluting Soldiers
• Sons of Confederate Veterans select marker for Moore’s Mill burial
• Tail Number 756 connects veterans 46 years apart
• Teen steals Vietnam veteran’s donation can outside grocery store
• Unemployment rate for Post-9-11 vets jumps in August
• VA Caregiver Benefit Not for All
• VA ‘outside care’ being fused under two networks
• VA Schedules Free Flu Shot Clinics for Veterans
• Veterans At Ease Helps Vets With PTSD
• Veterans injured in Afghanistan blast reunite after 5 years
• Victims’ families expected at congressional hearing on Legionnaires disease deaths
• Vietnam vet’s Honor Wall gains accolades
• Ways to Save Big on Your Home Loan
• WWII vets honored at lunch in preparation for Honor Flight

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Don’t Forget — Rally in John Boehner’s “Backyard’ Tomorrow

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Immigration Headlines 09.06.13 (24 Articles)


Farmers want Obama to back off immigration workplace enforcement — McClatchy
Senator McCain: “very concerned” immigration reform could be affected by other issues — NBC
Operation Streamline Budget Would Triple Under Senate Immigration Bill — The Huffington Post
L-1 visa process draws criticism from within USCIS — Fierce Homeland Security
Feds to limit solitary confinement for illegal immigrants — The Atlanta Journal Constitution
One in Five Married Households Has Foreign-Born Spouse — Stateline
Americans turn in passports as new tax law hits — CNNMoney
College Enrollment Drops Overall, But Spikes Among Latinos — NPR
Demographics play role in Catholic leaders’ push for immigration bill — Pew Research Center
Xerox to digitize U.S. immigration records — UPI
Michigan’s immigrant population is declining — except for one group — Michigan Radio
La. Supreme Court hears arguments about non-citizen driving law — The Advocate
Vermont judge: Border Patrol wrongly held DUI suspect — The Associated Press
Sonoma sheriff won’t fight proposed law on immigration cooperation — The Press Democrat
Health of immigrant farm workers examined — The High Plains Journal
Nationwide Immigration Mass Hopes To Sway Congress — Texas Public Radio
Pennsylvania Groups Press For Quicker Action on Immigration Reform — CBS Philadelphia
Cardinal O’Malley urges action on immigration reform — The Boston Pilot
Groups keep heat on congressional delegation for immigration-reform support — Las Vegas Sun
Head Start program for migrant farmworkers facing changes in growing season — KPCC News
Protesters call for immigration reform at Manatee Courthouse — The Bradenton Herald
Plea hearing set in immigrant smuggling case — The Associated Press
Agents arrest 2 in stash house case — The Brownsville Herald
Again, 57 Haitians abandoned on a desert island — Haiti Libre

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