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    https://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/artic...s-14411936.php

    There is no limit to what the left will do to take your guns.
    Whatever means to sidestep the people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by strapdrager View Post
    https://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/artic...s-14411936.php

    There is no limit to what the left will do to take your guns.
    Whatever means to sidestep the people.
    There is no limit to the lengths the NRA will lobby to keep from naming certain right wing hate groups domestic terrorists. It's all good "under" the hood.

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    Just like the NRA produces propaganda based information for their followers, those that oppose are also using whatever means possible to thwart the NRA's efforts.
    If money is what makes this world turn, then using that same principle against those organizations is a brilliant idea.
    From post #1.
    The Board of Supervisors called on the city and county of San Francisco to "take every reasonable step to limit ... entities who do business with the City and County of San Francisco from doing business" with the NRA.
    Hit them were it hurts ... in the pocketbook.
    That is where the greatest effect will be.
    They already have problems with finances and lost members.
    The gilded glass house of guns will come crashing down someday. Hitting them in the pocketbook helps crack the glass !
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    Gee, poor poor Wayne. His clothing budget might get cut from $21,000/year to something more reasonable like $5000 or less. I really feel for him.

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    I do not own a gun.......but the NRA a domestic terror group? It's their fault people shoot people?
    Do the street gangs belong to the NRA?
    Can we at least try to be a little honest and believable with our politics?
    Do the gangs have NRA stickers on their little Japanese cars and motorcycles?
    Last edited by slavenomore; 09-05-2019 at 10:22 PM.

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    And no one ever wants to talk about the true causes...Social Decay...Lack of Community...Lack of Neighborhoods...Poor Parenting...Fatherless Homes...Lack of Common Culture and Shared Togetherness...Lack of Mental Health Services...Economic Insecurity...Employment Insecurity...Employment Competition...Shallow Culture...Fear of the Other...Lack of Common Decency...etc.

    Growing up in the 60s and 70s we use to Hitch-Hike everywhere without Fear...Remember?

    Sad days we live in when there are so many people running around who put no VALUE on a Human Life for one reason or another,and others who want to take away your right to even defend yourself...

    Laws WILL NOT address the underlying deeper issues that Confront OUR society in this day and age...
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    Quote Originally Posted by wizard View Post
    And no one ever wants to talk about the true causes...Social Decay...Lack of Community...Lack of Neighborhoods...Poor Parenting...Fatherless Homes...Lack of Common Culture and Shared Togetherness...Lack of Mental Health Services...Economic Insecurity...Employment Insecurity...Employment Competition...Shallow Culture...Fear of the Other...Lack of Common Decency...etc.

    Growing up in the 60s and 70s we use to Hitch-Hike everywhere without Fear...Remember?

    Sad days we live in when there are so many people running around who put no VALUE on a Human Life for one reason or another,and others who want to take away your right to even defend yourself...

    Laws WILL NOT address the underlying deeper issues that Confront OUR society in this day and age...
    You said a lot there wizard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slavenomore View Post
    I do not own a gun.......but the NRA a domestic terror group? It's their fault people shoot people?
    Do the street gangs belong to the NRA?
    Can we at least try to be a little honest and believable with our politics?
    Do the gangs have NRA stickers on their little Japanese cars and motorcycles?
    It's not the gangs I worry about Slave. It's my neighbor.
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    New Jersey has slapped a fine on an insurance company that was backing the NRA's "Carry Guard" insurance program.

    N.J. fines company $1M for backing NRA insurance program
    An insurance company that was backing a National Rifle Association-sponsored program has agreed to pay a $1 million fine for allowing the gun organization to market a product in N.J. that “encourages firearms use,” the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance announced Thursday.
    The fine is part of a consent order that was agreed to after an investigation by the department found that Lockton Affinity, a licensed insurer in New Jersey, violated various state laws and regulations by contracting with the NRA to market and solicit the gun organization’s Carry Guard insurance program in the state.
    The NRA, which offers some branded insurance products in conjunction with Lockton Affinity, is not licensed as an insurance provider in New Jersey.
    Lockton Affinity is licensed in New Jersey as a non-resident insurance producer with various lines of authority, but not for health insurance. The Carry Guard self-defense insurance program included benefits for health insurance, the state said.
    The New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance is continuing to investigate other firearm-related insurance programs for potential violations of state insurance laws, the department said in a statement.
    https://www.nj.com/news/2019/09/nj-f...e-program.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by fxstc07 View Post
    New Jersey has slapped a fine on an insurance company that was backing the NRA's "Carry Guard" insurance program.

    N.J. fines company $1M for backing NRA insurance program



    https://www.nj.com/news/2019/09/nj-f...e-program.html
    Another agenda to go after guns.
    Now nj does not allow handguns but perhaps some people in NJ go to other states and they would like the insurance. But nj jersey says no.

    I had the insurance.
    If you were forced to protect yourself in your own home and it was justified you still will go through a process through the courts and you will be broke and destroyed by the time it's over.

 

 
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