Why would anyone – not in the military or law enforcement – need an “assault weapon”?

Why would anyone – not in the military or law enforcement – need an “assault weapon”?

C.O. Chinn was a black man in Canton, Mississippi, who in the 1960s owned a farm and a nightclub, and a large collection of handguns, “assault” rifles, and shotguns with which he threatened local Klansmen and police when they threatened his businesses or intimidate civil rights activists working to desegregate Canton and register black residents to vote.

We have a right and a duty to fight tryanny.

Coalition Letter to The Hon. Jefferson B. Sessions III

Updated February 14, 2018 — Click here for letter text: Coalition Letter requesting a Special Prosecutor to investigate U.S. counter-intelligence possible spying on Presidential candidates

Dear Mr. Attorney General:

We the undersigned write to urge you to adopt Senator Lindsey Graham’s call for the appointment of a special prosecutor to investigate the possibility the U.S. counter-intelligence apparatus may have involved itself in the last Presidential election by spying on one of the two nominees for president.

The integrity of our counter-intelligence apparatus and our elections are already profoundly at risk because of what has already been disclosed to the public. Even the suggestion our national security’s counter-intelligence capability was manipulated as the result of opposition research activities paid for by the Hillary Clinton for President campaign and/or by the Democratic National Committee and was deployed against domestic political figures must be investigated to the fullest extent possible.

It is only by careful inquiry conducted by an independent and impartial investigation that the American people’s confidence can be restored in our electoral process and the nation’s counter-intelligence organizations. Anything less will continue to cast doubt that will hang over the nation like a cloud for the foreseeable future.

Sincerely,

Dan Perrin,Council to Reduce Known Cyber Vulnerabilities

Jerry Rogers, Capitol Allies

Andrew Langer, Institute for Liberty

Deroy Murdoch, Political Commentator

Jim Martin, 60 Plus Association

David W. Wallace, Political Commentator

Norm Singleton, Campaign for Liberty

Seton Motley, Less Government

Judson Phillips, Tea Party Nation

George Landrith, Frontiers of Freedom

Peter Roff, Frontiers of Freedom