Category Archives: CONTINUING THE DISCUSSION

CAN THE NAKED BODY SCANNERS BE MADE LESS INTRUSIVE?

Someone asked, in Spanish (I do not approve comments in Spanish, although I may reply or post a reply) if it is possible to make the TSA’s naked body scanners less intrusive. Of course. There are two relatively simple ways … Continue reading

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MORE INFO ON JFK ASSASSINATION

The Daily Mail reports four of the Secret Service men with the Kennedy motorcade the day President Kennedy was assassinated are finally telling what they saw that day. I have an almost accidental interest in the JFK assassination, starting with … Continue reading

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THE NEW YORK TIMES AGAIN PROVES ITS EDITORIAL IGNORANCE

The New York Times, a failing provincial newspaper catering to upper Manhattan, is editorializing against lead bullets and lead fishing sinkers. The Times idiotorial writer claims lead bullets are as damaging as lead in paint. Call the guys with the … Continue reading

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NRA SAYS "RELAX," HEARINGS ARE FOR S. 941

According to the NRA, S. 941 “Will totally rewrite the system of administrative penalties for licensed dealers, manufacturers and importers of firearms. Currently, for most violations, BATFE can only give a federal firearms license (FFL) holder a warning, or revoke … Continue reading

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CHRIS ASKS

Chris, responding to Why Does the Header Say, asks: “While I do agree with the premise that none of them reduce crime, how many of those “restrictive” laws are ones that ban shooting within city limits or 100ft from a … Continue reading

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PART THE THIRD

Curt, I seem to be irritating you. For that I apologize. I started with a comment about what I consider an uninformed statement about the state of the photographic art by a Professor. That I will certainly stick with. But … Continue reading

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