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1- Key Items Missing in Feinstein's Gun Bill
2- Code words for Universal Gun Registration
3- Background Checks vs. Gun-Owner Lists
(including schematic diagram of NICS system)

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The Uninvited Ombudsman Report, January 30, 2013
by Alan Korwin, Bloomfield Press

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"The Brady bill will make the streets of America so safe
that our nation's police will not even need to carry guns anymore."

William Jefferson Clinton, on TV, while signing the Brady bill in 1993,
quoted in Sheriff Richard Mack's book, The Magic of Gun Control.


Quick note for my home state Arizona --

I'll be at The Breakfast Club this Saturday morning Feb. 2, from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m., with special breaking news, join me for all-you-can-eat buffet breakfast and good people at 1312 N. Scottsdale Rd., just S. of McDowell (used to be Hometown Buffet, named changed); plus details on the death of the NICS background check and its replacement the BIDS system that compiles no list of gun owners; plus a pre-release sample of my next book (my 14th), all of this described below.

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Plus -- Arizona has 17 gun bills floating, about half are good and half attack your rights. Do you want to DO something? Join the AzCDL list to track the bills, add your voice, stay informed -- this is how you REALLY make a difference Don't be a lunkhead, at least take a look.


Lest we forget:

“The Koran is our constitution, the Prophet is our leader, Jihad is our path and death in the name of Allah is our goal.” --Muslim Brotherhood credo (from their website, since removed), now getting arms in Egypt from Mr. Obama, including F-16 fighter jets, "that are no match for the Israeli air force" which uses F-16 fighter jets. Watch for the new movie coming soon that exposes this radical islamist organization dedicated to jihad and creating a global caliphate, the force behind the Arab winter, mislabeled spring, by the American "news" media.


Congress Isn't Running Congress:

Rand Paul ALMOST figures it out, but just misses it.
Who put the things in the bill at the last minute --


Police recover four handguns (not a rifle) at the scene of the Newtown shooting:


1- What Feinstein's Bill Left Out

The lamestream media told you:
The lamestream media told you:

[Composite summary: Sen. Diane Feinstein, a long-time crusader for justice and peace, motivated by unspeakable tragedy, has introduced her wonderful brand new bill designed to make children safe and take those awful killing machines off the street to stop crime and make everyone safer. The powerful gun lobby will fight her because they are evil.]

[NY Times version:] WASHINGTON — by Jennifer Steinhauer -- During a lengthy and at times emotionally wrenching news conference, Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California on Thursday announced legislation that would ban the sale and manufacture of 157 types of semiautomatic weapons, as well as magazines holding more than 10 rounds of ammunition...

Surrounded by victims of gun violence, colleagues in the Senate and House and several law enforcement officials, and standing near pegboards with several large guns attached, Ms. Feinstein acknowledged the difficulty in pursuing such legislation, even when harnessing the shock and grief over the shooting of 20 schoolchildren in Newtown, Conn., last month. “This is really an uphill road,” Ms. Feinstein said...]

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:
The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:

I've just finished reading the 122 pages of Diane Feinstein's latest "gun-control" bill, Senate Bill S.150, and was surprised to find some important things missing.

Even more surprising was one small item briefly mentioned on page 13 that has not been reported in any "news" coverage I have seen. It's a whopper -- it invalidates her entire list of guns, and I've written ten books on this topic, I know what I'm saying! -- but first, here's what's missing:

1. Criminals.
Nothing addresses criminals -- everything is aimed at innocent people who haven't done anything wrong. There is not even any "malum in se" (legalese for intent to do wrong) or criminal intention. It is all "malum prohibitum" (wrong because we say so), the worst kind of bureaucratic and government abuse -- crime by decree. The critics appear to be right. This is not about gun control, it is purely about control. The bill simply removes the right to own property Americans currently own.

(That's not completely accurate about criminals; there is one small requirement for anyone carrying a "grandfathered semi-auto 'assault' weapon" or having one in 'such close proximity' to yourself that you could retrieve it and use it as if you carried it, if a "prohibited possessor" came near, so that the prohibited individual has no ability to access the weapon, or else keep it protected with 'a secure gun storage or safety device'. Yes, it's complicated. It seems to mean you can machine gun (or otherwise shoot) criminals without being charged with having a gun near bad people. And of course, prohibited possessors are prohibited.) Licensed importers, manufacturers and dealers are exempt.

2. Crazy people.
Please forgive my use of common English -- nothing addresses people who are nuts, borderline nuts, formerly nuts or no longer nuts and still perpetually banned from their rights. The entire problem of psychology -- screamed about in the media and by politicians -- is nowhere to be found in Feinstein's bill, despite claims and mountains of evidence that this is a root cause of the problem.

Former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords, whose husband Mark Kelly testified before Congress today (Wed. Jan. 30, 2013) that she owns a gun, would not be hampered by Feinstein's bill in any way, even though she is severely brain damaged due to a criminal assault.

3. Drugs issued by Big Pharma.
Despite labels that warn psychotropic drugs may cause psychotic episodes, suicidal tendencies, manic behavior, sudden death and various social and psychological disturbances, this is unaddressed in the democrat's proposed solution to mass murder by people hopped up on psychologically prescribed medications. Reports indicate that virtually all the mass murders were "deaths under the influence" (DUI) it is missing in the bill, an omission of Feinsteinian proportions. (The Citizens Commission on Human Rights International has a researched list of perps and their drugs here:

4. Make-believe gun-free zones.
Overwhelming evidence repeatedly and clearly demonstrates that the massacres driving the frenzy toward civil-rights infringement occur in these make-believe gun-free zones, yet no inkling of an effort to reduce or mitigate this problem is addressed in Mrs. Feinstein's proposed hardware solution. "If we don't address the problem, how can we hope for a solution," one expert democrat asked, who requested anonymity to avoid retribution from her fellow party members.

5. Revolvers.
Mrs. Feinstein appears to have completely overlooked normal capacity, fast-shooting revolvers, that can release a powerful volley of dangerous hollowpoint cop-killer bullets. We don't want her to expand her list of course, but her plan is deliberately "allowing" criminals to murder people everywhere using her approved list of guns -- the ones she hasn't banned yet. The ones, like six-guns, cowboys used in every bloody Western you've ever watched. Why would she do such a reckless thing? She could not be reached for comment before press time.

For that matter, why is Mrs. Feinstein and her supporters in the press and elsewhere so intent on arming everyone with ten-shooters (the bill calls for a free market in sales of ten-round magazines)? Why isn't anyone questioning that? That makes no sense at all. If the goal is to protect innocent defenseless little doe-eyed children, which everyone agrees is a really good idea, forcing psychopaths to use ten-shooters is a really bad idea. Steps should be taken to disarm criminals completely. Fortunately, current law covers that completely. This bill does absolutely nothing in that regard.

6. Gun safety.
Nothing in her 122-page bill deals with gun safety. No training, no marksmanship, nothing for teachers, no self-defense awareness, no public education, nothing for schools, everything the president has asked for to increase child safety is missing in her long list of guns she would remove from the hands of the innocent. Even the slightest measure of increased gun safety is missing in her plans. Maybe it's just an oversight and will come in floor negotiations and the inevitable amendments. The chilling suggestion that her bill is just cover so that less extreme bills will seem moderate could not be confirmed as we went to press.

7. Constitutional validity.
Every aspect of this bill appears to be an infringement on the Bill Of Rights, with no legitimate justification. Congress cannot pass infringements by majority vote. That is forbidden, although the word "infringement" itself is universally missing in "news" reports, in case you haven't noticed.

Congress can't just enact whatever they want by majority rule. If they could, we would not have government of limited delegated powers, the hallmark of freedom and The American Way. It must just be a typo, on page two, continuing for 121 pages. If it's not a typo, it is grounds for removal from office for violation of her oath of office. Boy, would that be an embarrassment.

The problem on page 13:
All semi-autos are outlawed, not just some.

Pro-rights and anti-rights attention has been focused on the tremendous list of guns that would be banned under Feinstein's bill, which takes up a significant portion of the 122 pages of this proposal.

Here's the problem none of the "news" reports have spotted:

The list of guns doesn't matter.
Magazine size doesn't matter.
If the semi-auto firearm has anything to grip it by, it is banned.
It's very clever actually.

According to the bill, any semiautomatic firearm that uses a magazine -- handgun, rifle or shotgun -- equipped with a "pistol grip," would be banned. That sounds like a limitation, but it is not.

A pistol grip (on page 2) is defined (on page 13) as "a grip, a thumb-hole stock, or any other characteristic that can function as a grip." In other words, the gun list does not matter. It is a smokescreen designed to distract people from the true meaning of the bill. And it has done a magnificent job. It worked!

Any semi-automatic firearm that exists, with anything on it you can grip, is banned. (There is a grandfather clause for old stuff.)

The list is meaningless tripe. It is camouflage for the real purpose of the bill. When the president said he is not going to take away your guns, well, Feinstein's bill puts the lie to that.

Magazine size does not matter. Brand name does not matter. It doesn't matter if it's black. If you can grip it, it's banned under this bill.

Have a nice day.

The law (if this passes):

"(36) The term 'semiautomatic assault weapon' means any of the following, regardless of country of manufacture or caliber of ammunition accepted:"

"(A) A semiautomatic rifle that has the capacity to accept a detachable magazine and any 1 of the following:"

"(i) A pistol grip."

"(46) The term 'pistol grip' means a grip, a thumb-hole stock, or any other characteristic that can function as a grip."

[The same language is repeated for handguns and shotguns; magazine includes belt fed; also included: "Any combination of parts from which a firearm described in subparagraphs (A) through (K) can be assembled;"]

"(v)(1) It shall be unlawful for a person to import, sell, manufacture, transfer, or possess, in or affecting interstate or foreign commerce, a semiautomatic assault weapon."

[All government agencies of every kind, including school officers, are excluded from all of this. In other words, they can have all the firearms you now own that Feinstein's bill would outlaw for you. This means that rights you now have to own property would be stripped from you. That is rights denial, not crime prevention.]

The proper role of government is to protect people's rights. It says so right there in the Declaration of Independence, the document and principles that got this country going and launched individual freedom across the entire surface of the Earth. When government gets to the business of taking away rights we already have -- no matter what justification or reasoning it uses, as Mrs. Feinstein is now doing -- it is doing exactly opposite of what its legitimate role is, and that has a very dangerous and ugly name. As a refresher on basic principles:

All men are created equal...
They are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights...
Among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness...
To secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men,
deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed...
Whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends
it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it...

That's plain enough.


P.S. There is a section in Feinstein's bill referring to "grandfathered semiautomatic assault weapons" illegal under federal law section 922(v). Someone should tell her lawyers that 922(v) expired eight years ago and is no longer valid, so that section makes no sense, doesn't describe anything, and someone should slap those lawyers upside the head. It's a small point.

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P.P.S. When your "representative" says, "I read the bill," you know that's not true, because the bills say things like (this is from Feinstein's bill): "(b) TECHNICAL AND CONFORMING AMENDMENTS.— 14 (1) SECTION 922.—Section 922(y)(2) of title 15 18, United States Code, is amended, in the matter 16 preceding subparagraph (A), by striking ‘‘,17 (g)(5)(B), and (s)(3)(B)(v)(II)’’ and inserting ‘‘and 18 (g)(5)(B)’’.

You can't "read" that. You have to decipher it, with the help of law clerks, over a long period of time. There are 122 pages of that in Feinstein's bill. Fortunately, most of her bill is just long lists of guns that don't really matter, since they're all banned by banning anything with a grip. What, didn't the "news" people read this like I did before reporting?

Good night.


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2- Code words for Universal Gun Registration

The lamestream media told you:
The lamestream media told you:

POLITICO.COM -- by Kevin Cirilli -- The federal background check system for gun buyers is porous, ineffective, and hampered by a lack of cooperation from the states.
President Barack Obama called on Congress to implement universal background checks as part of the gun-control proposals he unveiled in the wake of the Dec. 14 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., where 20 children and six others were killed.

“It’s time for Congress to require a universal background check for anyone trying to buy a gun,” Obama said. “If you want to buy a gun -- whether it’s from a licensed dealer or a private seller -- you should at least have to show you are not a felon or somebody legally prohibited from buying one. This is common sense.”

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:
The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:

The anti-gun-rights crowd is promoting the idea that 74% of NRA members support reasonable, common-sense, universal background checks on all gun transfers. Do you? Does it sound "reasonable" to you? The number is a complete fabrication, invented from thin air -- no such survey has ever been conducted, one NRA insider calls it absurd.

The media is now also promoting the idea that 40% of all gun sales take place without background checks. This is a new figure that sprang on the scene in the last few weeks. I was stunned when I first heard it, and now it's everywhere. But stop and think -- how could anyone possibly know that? It's impossible! If there is no check, who knows if Mr. A sells a gun to Miss B? The figure is a fabricated lie. The media is using it with no fact checking or ethics. They are recklessly repeating each other's propaganda. But I digress.

"Universal background checks" would mean every firearms transfer -- father to son, husband and wife, brother to brother, neighbors, friends, even hunting buddies, people at a range, and of course, the freedom of normal gun shows -- would all fall under total FBI and BATFE government control, in the name of crime control.

These agencies that cooperated in the deadly Fast and Furious scandal would experience astronomical growth in the process. Every sale or even free transfer would require filings and clearance with central command. No one could get or even use a gun without a government OK. The easy flowing text of a "news" story is nothing like the hundreds of pages of edict a proposed bill would have, a point always omitted from "news" stories, which is why they're called "stories."

That is certainly not what the Founders envisioned when they wrote the Second Amendment. In fact, is the exact opposite of what got the American Revolution started and why we have the Right to Keep and Bear Arms today. But it is what the anti-rights anti-gun lobby is pushing for. Sometimes they call it "closing the gunshow loophole" -- until you read the bills they're drafting.

If that's going to happen, and the enemies of freedom along with some misguided percentage of our own allies are calling for it, then we need this:


3- Background Checks vs. Gun-Owner Lists

"NICS" vs. "BIDS"
FBI Agents vs. Family gun stores
Big Brother vs. Business Owners

Does the public want background safety checks ("BIDS")
or fascist gun-owner lists ("NICS," the current system)?

"BIDS" is cheaper.
Works better.
No Government Registration Lists.

This is how NICS captures your name and information. The FBI and DOJ claim
they don't save the data, but there is no way to confirm that, and people remain
skeptical for reasons that were unclear at press time. When the system was built,
despite statute that required the data to be destroyed instantly, DOJ (under Janet
Reno) claimed the computer was incapable of erasing a record. Even if local
data is destroyed, records sent to allies (the box above "III") for checking would
be under no such obligation. Bureaucratic tendencies are to save everything.

See full size image (scroll down) at this link --

If a background check in this modern day and age
is going to hold sway and swing popular opinion into policy;

If a background check is a way to keep guns away from criminals
who want to buy their guns at retail and pay the sales tax;

Then do it without compiling names of innocent gun owners.
That's only reasonable and common sense.

Even if the folly of universal background checks never goes from the minds of hoplophobes to the floors of legislatures, the expensive, list-compiling FBI-run "NICS" gun-owner registry needs to be eliminated. Sooner would be better than later.

Government registration of gun owners (the unverifiable part of NICS background checks) is the first step to every genocide committed in the 20th Century. Every one.

We know that can't happen here, right? So we're not even going to tempt fate. No government registration of gun owners. It serves no legitimate purpose. How does writing down my name, or your name, help stop crime or make you safer? It doesn't, and the people pushing the system know that.

It expends vast amounts of scarce resources on tracking the innocent. And there's no need. Lists of innocent gun-owners have no crime-fighting component, but they are extremely expensive -- Do you know what it costs to write down the names of 100 million gun owners? You need 27,000 changes daily, just to track people who move once every ten years on average.

BIDS does an equal job of preventing prohibited possessors from buying guns. It costs far less -- totally eliminates the expensive call centers. Reduces downtime and delays legitimate dealers and customers must now endure. And it cannot make lists of buyers. Dealers simply reference the encrypted password-protected prohibited possessor list on their local computers with simple volatile search tools, offline. It's like using a computerized yellow pages. The list itself is updated constantly, as it is now.

Hey, just like you, I don't want some mass murderer out on bleeding-heart parole walking into a gun store and coming out with a smokewagon and ammo. Gun owners are a common-sense reasonable crowd, just like anyone. It is time to scrap NICS for BIDS, and move this debate to a better place. Everything's on the table, Mr. Obama told us so. Make it so.

Sure, the authorities and those with a vested interest will throw up every obstacle known to man, to stop this great improvement. Sure, a gun store could skip the system and sell to crooks, just like they can under NICS, and risk their licenses and long hard prison time. Sure there will be hard cases that will require referral to federal agents for extra checking and extra time -- just like now.

Death to NICS.
Up with BIDS.
More freedom is always a good thing.
Fight the anti-rights calls for gunshow loops and holes
with counter calls for BIDS -- money-saving efficiency,
less government and freedom from Big Brother.

And look -- before you start shouting at me --
BIDS ain't perfect, we all know that, but it's as good first step.
Getting rid of NICS is essential, and it won't happen
without an intermediary step. Ask me about what comes
after BIDS...

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Hi Alan: I forwarded your December Page Nine to one of my interested students, after reading it and concluding that the school tragedy in CT brought out some of your best reasoning, best arguments, and best writing about the virtue of the cherished Constitutional right to keep and bear arms that I have ever had the privilege of reading. Excellent job! Your writing makes me want to use gun metaphors like, “you hit the target dead-on”. J I have read plenty of your writing output, including entire books, but you outdid yourself in December, and your short January piece (CCW permits for the 51st state) is of the same caliber. I am glad your clip is not close to empty. Keep firing.
Yes, the adversity from the other side is inspiring, helps collect my thoughts, see the irrational of their arguments and the cogency of our own. Thatnks for the moral support Paul.

Commenting on my letter concerning teachers as the 51st CCW state --
"JUNK ! ! ! INSANITY ! ! ! Keep it up and you will defeat yourselves ! ! !" Allen W.
[Could you possibly address the substance of my letter, or just spew adjectives? Alan.]

Wow, you'd better get your arsenal of AK47s and oozies ready!! What really scares me is nut jobs like you spewing all the scare tactics and lies, and scarier yet, that so many lame brains fall for it!! You should actually be afraid of Fox and Rush who are singlehandedly doing more to destroy and divide America than any outside enemy!! The enemy does not need to attack us, we're attacking and destroying ourselves from within!!! Why don't you start informing yourself, put your prejudices and ignorance aside and find out who your real enemies are? They are NOT our President, a good and decent man, who is actually working for middle class people like you. I'm fairly certain, rooted at the heart of your soul, I would find a real bigot. I will pray for you - you certainly need it.


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