B’Man’s Patriot Watch: Sheriff Shayne Heap

 

A Colorado Sheriff Responds To President Obama

President Obama visited Denver on April 3, 2013 to push his excessive gun legislation. Not one sheriff in the state of Colorado was included in the event. The sheriffs of Colorado representing 62 counties were kept out of the event because their legislative needs were not useful to the president. Obama’s purposeful shunning of the state sheriffs could not silence them. Listen as Sheriff Shayne Heap from Elbert County Colorado responds to the president’s comments.

 

I took a second or two to thank the man for calling it like it is:

shayne.heap@elbertcounty-co.gov

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Second Amendment Preservation Resolution

Local Tennesseans Standing Up

Madison County in West Tennessee has taken a huge step in stating that they support the Second Amendment of the Constitution, by passing the ‘Second Amendment Preservation Resolution’ in a meeting this week.

Commissioner Doug Stephenson stated,

“Send a message to the state and the federal government of where we stand as a county and as a body.”

Commissioner Adrian Eddleman said that he took an oath to defend the constitution.

The measure passed even with six people voting no on it (Katie Brantley, Claudell Brown, Aaron Ellison, William Martin, Luther Mercer, and James Pearson). Assuming that Commissioner Eddleman’s was speaking of his Commissioner’s oath (I can’t seem to find the exact text of that oath for Madison County), then what were these six people swearing to?

Only one (Pearson), as far as I can find, had an excuse:

“I believe any resolution that opposes or may oppose any decision made by the federal government as it relates to the Second Amendment, Constitution, Bill of Rights is unconstitutional in itself for that reason I voted against it.”

He added this idiotic statement:

“I believe state and local government should line up with the decisions of the federal government rather than take opposing positions.”

Accountability of Elected Officials

As a citizen of Madison County, shouldn’t you write and call them to ask exactly what their problem is with honoring their promises and perhaps educate them to what their duties truly are. I would suggest that you send that moron packing in the next election. Or do you believe that the Federal Government should be allowed to dictate what you do, no matter what the Constitution says or what state and local legislation expresses?

The resolution specifically states, “To prevent federal infringement on the right to keep and bear arms; nullifying all federal acts in violation of the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States.”

And that the commissioners are to “reject and nullify the enforcement of any federal acts, laws, executive orders, rules or regulations in violation of the Second Amendment of the Constitution of the United States and of the Constitution of the State of Tennessee.”

The resolution seeks to quantify the sheriff’s duties regarding the Second Amendment. Madison County sheriff David Woolfork had this to say:  “I certainly support the Second Amendment and defend the Constitution of Tennessee,” and continued, “I will uphold the oath I have taken five times.”

Text of the resolution:

A resolution, which shall be known and may be cited as the “Second Amendment Preservation Resolution.”  To prevent federal infringement on the right to keep and bear arms; nullifying all federal acts in violation of the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States.

Whereas, the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States reads as follows, “A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed,” and

Whereas, all federal acts, laws, orders, rules or regulations regarding firearms are a violation of the Second Amendment, and

Whereas, the Madison County Board of Commissioners declares that all federal acts, laws, orders, rules, regulations – past, present or future – in violation of the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States are not authorized by the Constitution of the United States and violate its true meaning and intent as given by the Founders and Ratifiers; and are hereby declared to be invalid in this county, shall not be recognized by this county, are specifically rejected by this county, and shall be considered null and void and of no effect in this county, and

Whereas, the State of Tennessee has the power given to it by the Tenth Amendment of the Constitution of the United States and the duty to protect its citizens and prevent infringement of any unconstitutional federal acts, laws, executive orders, rules or regulations, and

Whereas, we believe it is the duty of the Sheriff of each County in Tennessee to take all measures as may be necessary to prevent the enforcement of any federal acts, laws, orders, rules, or regulations in violation of the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, and

Now, therefore be it resolved that the Madison County Board of Commissioners hereby supports and request the legislature of the State of Tennessee adopt and enact any and all measures as may be necessary to reject and nullify the enforcement of any federal acts, laws, executive orders, rules or regulations in violation of the Second Amendment of the Constitution of the United States and of the Constitution of the State of Tennessee.

Be it further resolved, that we call upon the State of Tennessee to adopt and enact any and all measures which would clarify the Sheriff’s duty and responsibility to defend the citizens of the State of Tennessee against infringement by the federal government.   Furthermore, we hereby ask the Sheriffs of the State of Tennessee to act on behalf of the citizens to defend them against infringements upon their rights and to hold the federal government to the limitations provided under the Constitution.

Be it further resolved that this body directs the office of the County Executive/Mayor to provide a copy of this resolution to all Tennessee counties and requests the Legislature to join in passing this resolution and forwarding it to their state delegations.

Read these links for full details:

http://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/constitution/item/14548-tennessee-county-stands-up-to-federal-gun-grab

http://www.wbbjtv.com/news/local/Madison-Co-Commission-Passes-Second-191902751.html

http://thejacksonpress.org/?p=2246

http://www.jacksonsun.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2013302170006&nclick_check=1

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What Obama Should Have Said (But Didn’t) About Guns

Forgive my redneck voice, but I felt Jon Rapopport’s article addresses Mr Obama’s gun grab perfectly. So much so, that I felt it should be read aloud and a video made for YouTube.

This Is What I Want Obama To Say About Guns

Because he didn’t say these things (not that I felt he would), it is now time for our Congressmen to show if they support their constituency or a tyrannical government’s dictate by decree. If they cannot stand up and swat this down, then it is time for them to go and real Americans be elected in their place (not that I believe even they will stand up). They have given me no reason to believe they actually care about the Constitution or their oath to protect it. Now is the time to prove me wrong (Marsha Blackburn).

If you, as a participant at this little blog, ever felt the need to contact your elected official, now is the time.

Men like Texas Representative Steve Stockman need to be supported when they say:

“The White House’s recent announcement they will use executive orders and executive actions to infringe on our constitutionally-protected right to keep and bear arms is an unconstitutional and unconscionable attack on the very founding principles of this republic.”

“I will seek to thwart this action by any means necessary, including but not limited to eliminating funding for implementation, defunding the White House, and even filing articles of impeachment.” (Emphasis mine)

I hope he means it, for now is not the time for grandstanding. Even Senator Rand Paul claims he will fight it (I just hope that he isn’t following in his dad;s grandstanding footsteps). This isn’t time for a show, but for real men and women to step up.

I would also beseech you to contact other state reps that have shown that they intend to fight this from a state’s rights level and encourage them to go forward. Joe Carr, the TN State Rep of the 48th District has announced his submission of HB42, a bill criminalizing actions by the Feds for denying 2nd Amendment rights to me and my fellow Tennesseans. I need my Rep to join him (and every other to co-sign and vote for this). You must all stand together and tell them this ain’t going to fly in Tennessee.

Joe Carr Announces Submission of HB42 Criminalizing Feds for Denying 2nd Amendment Right to Tennesseans

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – January 16, 2013

State Representative Joe Carr 48TH Legislative District

Lascassas, TN.  State Representative Joe Carr, from Tennessee’s 48th District filed legislation Tuesday, House Bill 0042, that would charge any Federal agent with a Class A Misdemeanor for enforcing or attempting to enforce a federal law, statute, rule, regulation or executive order that bans, restricts or requires the registration of any semi automatic firearm, firearm accessory or ammunition.

“In light of recent comments and actions taken by President Obama and Vice President Biden, I believe it is necessary that Tennessee proactively promote, maintain and defend Tennessee’s sovereignty guaranteed to it in the 10th Amendment of the Constitution. Additionally this most blatant assault on the 2nd Amendment by the Obama Administration is a systematic effort to disarm the law biding citizens of the United States. The 2nd Amendment is part of the Bill of Rights which was intended to protect the individual and the states from the tyranny of government,” stated Representative Carr.

Carr also said, “The 2nd Amendment is not meant just for hunters, it specifically states that ‘A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed’, therefore, the Federal government shall not through law or executive order infringe upon our Constitutional-given rights as citizens of the United States and the Great State of Tennessee.”

Recently, Carr announced the formation of the 10th Amendment Caucus, a group he co-founded with State Representative Judd Matheny from Tennessee’s 47th District. The Caucus will be focused on advancing the Constitutional requirement for states to maintain, promote and defend the 10th Amendment. Additionally, Carr is the architect and author of almost all Illegal Immigration laws in Tennessee. Due to his efforts, Tennessee has some of the strongest enforceable immigration laws in the United States.

For more information please contact Representative Joe Carr at 615-741-2180 or visit http://www.JoeCarr48.com

Joe,

Now is the time to show us if you are real, or not. The rest of you, including Vance Dennis, we are watching and waiting to see if you honor your word (oath) and the Constitution. Vance is new and hasn’t initiated or co-sponsored anything. This would be the best way to start!

Marsha,

You can redeem yourself with me (at least, to a certain extent). Its time for you to honor your oath.

h/t Jon Rappoport’s Blog

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2nd Amendment: Protecting Ourselves From The Guys “Up There”

Suzanna Gratia Hupp explains meaning of 2nd Amendment!


The Second Amendment is not about duck hunting… and I won’t make very many friends saying this… but its about all OUR rights to protect ourselves from all of YOU guys up there.

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A message from Adam Gadahn for the sheeple of Amerika

Hello Amerika,

This is to let you know that I support the ‘Gun Control’ agenda in your country. In my latest video release this past Friday put together with the help of the CIA and Mossad, I said many many scary things. Since the death of Osama Bin Laden, various agencies have taken a renewed interest in what I can do for them.

In a report released to various news outlets in Amerika they failed to do their homework on the facts. Then again, this story was intended and targeted at those of you with your heads in the sand, or those of you who have no idea what goes on in your country.

You see my friends, many of you know that it is impossible to purchase a ‘Fully Automatic Weapon’ at a gun show. However, my handlers put this in the story in hopes of furthering their agenda of Gun CONtol in your great country. Don’t believe me ? Check for yourself Here, or read it in this snapshot I took to preserve history in the making.

The CONtrollers of news in Amerkia also included some more propaganda for you sheeple. They said .. well let me show you in this snapshot I took….

Isn’t it a good thing that so many of you have no idea of the real restrictions in your county in regards to acquiring a firearm. There are some of you who caught on rather quickly. I first saw this from a person that goes by the name ‘Conspiracydude’ @Buelahman in a tweet he made on Saturday at 12:26 pm his local time. He tweeted, "Adam Gadahn supports / furthers GUN CONTROL agenda". Others have since seen this tweet and are spreading the word.

I must say that word of this isn’t spreading, and thats a good thing. If more people realized how much disinformation and propaganda their news agencies spread, our job would be impossible.

Well Amerika, thats about all I have time for at the moment. My handlers are waiting for me to make more videos. Long live the bogeyman… uh.. Osama.

Yours truly,

Adam Pearlman aka Adam Gadahn, new head of al qaeda.

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B’Man’s Rights Watch: 2nd Amendment

 

 

 

 

 

image courtesy of Wikipedia

The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution states:

A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.

There are few inalienable rights more important than this one (although I believe that many actually work hand in hand to provide protections of the citizenry FROM a rogue government). As Wikipedia puts it:

The Bill of Rights is a series of limitations on the power of the United States federal government, protecting the natural rights of liberty and property including freedom of speech, a free press, free assembly, and free association, as well as the right to keep and bear arms.

The Bill of Rights is the name given to the first 10 Amendments to the Constitution. Each one initiated by Congress and then ratified by at least 3/4 of the states. In the case of the 2nd, the only real difference between Congress’ version and the ratified version is a couple of capital letter (which may or may not hold significance). Legaleze and certain rules in writing can mean totally different things. But that is beyond the scope of this writing.

It is apparent to me that the original authors and signatories understood that the citizenry needed a way to defend themselves, their homes and their state. To take away such a right is to put oneself, their family and their state in mortal jeopardy.

There are other countries that have taken away these rights (or never had them to begin with) and it is plain to see that it does not make people safer when they are relinquished, but to the contrary, makes them vulnerable to rogue agents both in government and criminal activities such as theft, assault and home invasions. Case in point is Australia:

Crime stats speak for themselves,  but in case you missed it, this is what happened to crime as a result of this ban on guns in Australia:

Armed Robberies have gone up 69%

Assaults involving guns up 28%

Gun murders up 19%

Home invasions up 21%

So, would it surprise you that our government would want to thwart the original Founding Fathers’ intent so that they can control the population’s last remaining source of stopping their rogue takeover which culminates in total iron-fisted control? Would it surprise you that they would lie and cheat to attempt to convince an ever-growing gullible Sheople that we need to take away the 2nd Amendment “for our own good”? Do you think that they would actually sell high power automatic weapons to other countries, ultimately disappearing into the hands of the Mexican drug cartels (to the tune of more money made selling weapons to Iraq or Afghanistan)? And do you think that they are killing two birds with one stone by empowering the drug cartels as a way to convince the Sheople that a continuation of a failed Drug War is needed “for our own good”?

To understand the depths they will stoop, let us look at some stunning facts about how many deaths occur from “noble” sources, such as health related deaths, compared to deaths caused by guns. There are far more deaths caused by or resulting from medical treatment or advice than from firearm deaths (homicides and suicides combined): medical related deaths range from 225,000 up to 284,000 depending on where you get the estimates. I’ll use the conservative numbers available.

First, firearm deaths:

 

Firearms deaths:
All firearm deaths: 30,694
Firearm homicides: 12,352
Firearm suicides: 17,002

If you do the math, you find: 12,352 + 17,002 = 29,354. 30,694 – 29,354 = 1,340 (the accidental deaths from firearms). Needless to say, the figure for accidental firearm deaths is probably much less than 30,694, no matter how you cut it.

Accidents with firearms are mostly categorized as negligent homicides.

But, to be clear, let’s break it down even further to make a point:

(DETAIL DATA FOR FIREARM DEATHS)

All firearm deaths
Number of deaths:30,694
Deaths per 100,000 population: 10.4
Source: Deaths: Final Data for 2005, Table 18
Source and further information:
http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/injury.htm

Assault or Homicide
(Data are for the U.S.)

Number of emergency department visits for assault: 1.8 million
Source: National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey: 2006 Emergency Department Summary, Table 13

Mortality
- All homicides
Number of deaths: 18,124
Deaths per 100,000 population: 6.1
Cause of death rank: 15
- Firearm homicides
Number of deaths: 12,352
Deaths per 100,000 population: 4.2
Source: Deaths: Final Data for 2005, Tables B, 18″
Source and further information:
http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/homicide.htm

Suicide and Self-Inflicted Injury
(Data are for the U.S.)
Number of emergency department visits for self-inflicted injury: 594,000
Source: National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey: 2006 Emergency Department Summary, Table 13

Mortality
All suicides
Number of deaths: 32,637
Deaths per 100,000 population: 11.0
Cause of death rank: 11

Firearm suicides
Number of deaths: 17,002
Deaths per 100,000 population: 5.7
Source and further information:
http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/suicide.htm

So, let us compare firearm deaths (intended or not, suicide or homicide or accidental) to other accidents or unintentional injuries:

Accidents or Unintentional Injuries
(Data are for the U.S.)
Number of emergency department visits for unintentional inujuries: 27.7 million
Source: National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey: 2006 Emergency Department Summary, Table 13

Mortality
All unintentional injury deaths
Number of deaths: 117, 809
Deaths per 100,000 population: 39.7
Cause of death rank: 5

Motor vehicle traffic deaths
Number of deaths: 43,667
Deaths per 100,000 population: 14.7
Unintentional poisoning deaths
Number of deaths: 23,618
Deaths per 100,000 population: 8.0
Unintentional fall deaths
Number of deaths: 19,656
Deaths per 100,000 population: 6.6
Source: Deaths: Final Data for 2005, Tables B, 18″
Source and further information:
http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/acc-inj.htm

No matter how you calculate the numbers, when you compare the firearm deaths of any nature to all other deaths we see quite a radical difference which suggests to me that we are being hoodwinked into believing we have a much bigger problem than we actually do.

What makes it even worse is when you look to the “noble” sources of death from the medical field’s ineptitude and knack for making mistakes. To understand, let us review what is termed Iatrogenesis at wikipedia:

The terms iatrogenesis and iatrogenic artifact refer to adverse effects or complications caused by or resulting from medical treatment or advice. In addition to harmful consequences of actions by physicians, iatrogenesis can also refer to actions by other healthcare professionals, such as psychologists, therapists, pharmacists, nurses, dentists, and others. Iatrogenisis is not restricted to conventional medicine and can also result from complementary and alternative medicine treatments.

In other words, medical mistakes and many other medical phenomena, such as: medical error; poor prescription handwriting; negligence; faulty procedures, techniques, information, or methods; prescription drug interaction; adverse effects of prescription drugs; over-use of drugs leading to antibiotic resistance in bacteria; nosocomial infection; blood transfusion; and others.

Wiki continues:

“Iatrogenesis is a major phenomenon, and a severe risk to patients. A study carried out in 1981 more than one-third of illnesses of patients in a university hospital were iatrogenic, nearly one in ten were considered major, and in 2% of the patients, the iatrogenic disorder ended in death. Complications were most strongly associated with exposure to drugs and medications. In another study, the main factors leading to problems were inadequate patient evaluation, lack of monitoring and follow-up, and failure to perform necessary tests.

But how bad are the numbers?

In the United State alone, recorded deaths per year (2000):
12,000—unnecessary surgery
7,000—medication errors in hospitals
20,000—other errors in hospitals
80,000—infections in hospitals
106,000—non-error, negative effects of drugs

Based on these figures, 225,000 deaths per year constitutes the third leading cause of death in the United States, after deaths from heart disease and cancer. Also, there is a wide margin between these numbers of deaths and the next leading cause of death (cerebrovascular disease).

225,000 deaths per year from iatrogenic causes. But you must understand that most of the data is derived from studies in hospitalized patients (what about the ones who died and never went to the hospital).

I can also point to an Institute of Medicine report entitled “To Err Is Human“, which points out JUST the mistakes, disregarding the other iatrogenic disorders that ended in death:

Health care in the United States is not as safe as it should be–and can be. At least 44,000 people, and perhaps as many as 98,000 people, die in hospitals each year as a result of medical errors that could have been prevented, according to estimates from two major studies. Even using the lower estimate, preventable medical errors in hospitals exceed attributable deaths to such feared threats as motor-vehicle wrecks, breast cancer, and AIDS.

Do the math. See that medical procedures, medications, mistakes, etc far out weigh firearm deaths of ANY sort, yet you NEVER hear of banning them, nor will you ever hear of it. So, what does any thinking person see in this: that we are being lied to. That we are having information held from us, unless you dig like I have. Why? To take away more of our liberties and to keep the inept and criminal medical industry alive, ensuring political campaign money flowing to the criminals we elect.

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