NIJ memo shows new gun laws can only 'work' with registration, confiscation



If the government wants to “buy” our guns, it had better be prepared to pay in bloodSt. Louis Gun Rights Examiner is a frequent and vocal critic of the NRA (see here and here for recent examples), often wondering if the organization’s leadership is merely naively optimistic, à la Neville Chamberlain, in its dealings with the forcible citizen disarmament extremists, or actively collaborationist, à la Vidkun Quisling. Honesty requires, however, acknowledgement of effective steps the NRA does take in defense of gun rights.

A new ad (see sidebar video), released in response to the Obama’s openly announced agenda of banning so-called “assault weapons” and “high capacity” magazines, and banning private gun sales, is just such a step. In it, Chris Cox, executive director of the NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA) examines a recent document, produced by the Obama administration’s own National Institute of Justice (part of the Eric Holder-run Department of “Justice”).


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