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(Examiner) Because of, rather than in spite of one of the world’s highest murder rates, Russian gun laws have now been relaxed, International Business Times reported Wednesday. Previously permitted for sporting purposes such as target practice and hunting, Russians, the story claims, will now be lawfully allowed to carry guns for self defense.
While Russian violent crime has fallen in recent years, its murder rate is still fifth highest in the world, and is much higher than that in the United States, the report documents. The move to liberalize gun laws there contrasts with well-financed efforts to increase restrictions in this country, despite documentation from the Bureau of Justice Statistics that prompted Forbes to acknowledge, “As gun sales soar, gun crimes plummet.”
The City of Berkeley wants you to know that they care about the serious threat to public health, economic well-being and global warming, so these pathetic signs are now on all of the gas pumps in town.
It simply warms my heart to see progressives being stupid — which is not difficult to find in Berkeley, or Detroit, or Austin, or San Francisco, or the White House.
Iranian Nuclear weapons production and nuclear enrichment talks  are proceeding with US Secretary of State John Kerry arriving — just as the Iranian delegation is leaving. SECSTATE Kerry is not the sharpest knife in the drawer, so he’s the perfect one to negotiate on behalf of the free world since Joe Biden is having his face stretched again and won’t be able to attend. 
Eventually, Biden will end up looking like Nancy Pelosi (The Pelosi Twins), but he has a lot more surgery ahead of him to get to that point.

17 thoughts on “Views and News

  1. Meanwhile the Thug in Albany, Cuomo, prepares for Safe Act Redux which will further restrict the rights of legitimate gun owners and do nothing to stem the rise in crime.

  2. Oh no, they don't look that good. Look at all of the Washington news crones in the MSM (not Fox). It takes cutting to make them look as good as Nancy.

  3. Enjoyed the round up — but I'm confused. I thought Global Warming was settled science.

    Unlike the Bidendbot's forehead, which must continue to grow as its processing power is upgraded (necessary).

  4. "Climate disruption" would seem to be the only thing that is settled. What it means is that the weather tends to change from day to day and from year to year. It's tough to argue against that one.

  5. What was the name of the guy who did the "Indochina Chronology," which started at Berkeley? Tom and I went to see him there.

  6. I have it in my Indochina writings. I can look it up if you'd like. I think that the gray matter that held that information was destroyed while hanging out with Tom Perdue.

  7. We have "climate disruption" as a national priority simply because the government feels a need to tax the weather.

  8. I was at Cal Berkley for work about 10 years ago and a naked guy, about 50 years old, walked by. I was with a campus cop and asked him whether or not he planned to do something about it. He said, "That's Professor So and So, he never wears clothes." — Berkeley

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