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  1. The meaning of the word Liberal has changed over time. Nowadays it's up to the TV to decide what the word means. The word has been redefined to mean a "liberal" hits someone over the head with a bike-lock and burns their free speech sign in Berkeley. 50 Years ago, it was the liberals holding the free speech sign, not burning them. That's why some people will refer to CLASSIC or PROGRESSIVE liberals. Classic meaning Free speech, pro-capitalist, don't touch my guns, collect my own rainwater and I just want to carry a gun while smoking pot at my gay friends wedding. (voltaire) Many Libertarians, thought-criminals and anon hackers fall into this category. Progressive meaning commie scum bug-men of 1984. Authoritarian take away everyone's civil rights for the sake of equality. (Karl Marx) This tends to be the part of the TV people who rely on TV to tell them what they think and how they feel. But that's just my 2 cents. Words only have meaning because people have a shared understanding of the word, when the meaning of words change, who's to say who is right?
  2. Have any of you heard of Rally For Our Rights? Gun rights group. CALL TO ACTION: Longmont, CO City Council To Vote On Extreme Anti-Gun Resolution In a Gun Safety Resolution so extreme it puts Boulder’s so-called “assault weapons” ban to shame, Longmont, CO city council is asking federal and state elected officials to implement laws such as gun registration and requiring gun locks so advanced the technology barely even exists yet, among many other things. On Tuesday, Councilman Tim Waters presented the resolution. It was voted 5-2 to advance to the next step – deliberation and a final vote which will take place on Tuesday, Sept 10 at 7pm during the weekly city council meeting. If approved, Mayor Brian Bagley would have to forward this resolution to state and federal elected officials conveying that these are the laws city council believes Longmont’s law abiding gun owners should have to abide by. It should be noted, Mayor Bagley was one of the NO votes to move the resolution forward, along with Councilwoman Bonnie Finley. Here is what the resolution calls for: 1.) Required state issued permits for gun ownership. 2.) Universal background checks on all sales, including the private sale of firearms*. 3.) State issued permits for concealed carry*. 4.) State issued permits for concealed carry within a vehicle*. 5.) Banning the personal sale or purchase of military grade weapons by non-military personnel. 6.) Limits on magazine capacity*. 7.) Required gun locks that enable only permitted gun owners to fire a weapon. 8.) Prohibitions of gun ownership by convicted felons and individuals convicted of domestic abuse. 9.) Red flagging individuals who have given family members and/or law enforcement reasons for concern about their mental and emotional stability*. Read more about this action as well as access a PDF of the resolution here: https://www.rallyforourrights.com/longmont-co-wants-to-register-their-gun-owners-mandate-smart-tech-locks/ Please speak up, especially if you are a Longmont resident. You can email the entire council at once at: [email protected] and telephone numbers can be found here. Please also attend the next two city council meetings: Sept 3rd and Sept 10th, both at 7pm, Civic Center 350 Kimbark St. Longmont, CO 80501. If you are comfortable doing so, come with a 3 minute prepared speech to give during public comment (it’s easy). If you don’t want to speak, please still come and offer support to others. Questions? Contact us. UPDATE: School Backpedals After Loveland Teen Was Banned From Classes For Shooting Guns With Mother Read the full update here: https://www.rallyforourrights.com/school-backpedals-colorado-teen-banned-shooting-guns-mother/ Last week, we publicized the story of a 16 year old Loveland High student who was banned from school after posting a video on Snapchat of him shooting with his mom. The school banned him even after police investigated the "threat report" and instantly cleared him. After the story broke, community members, and even elected officials contacted school admin and district board members to express their disapproval of this blatant violation of the student’s civil liberties, as well as the complete disregard for parental rights. And it undoubtedly had an effect. The threat assessment hearing took place and the student has been cleared to return to class. The school officials came prepared with a packet of his homework, and stated they believed him to be a good kid and never thought he was making threats against the school. They acknowledged that his classmates may now react differently to him (I mean, he’s practically been accused of being the next school shooter, right?) and offered to make sure no one gave him trouble. The SRO who was present agreed that the Safe 2 Tell system is sometimes used inappropriately by students wishing to anonymously seek revenge on another student. School officials also cautioned Nate to not post these types of activities on social media. The mother quickly reminded them that this is his First Amendment they’re talking about, and although she gets their point, that is a dangerous slope they’re heading down. On January 1, 2020 Colorado’s “Red Flag” Emergency Risk Protection Orders ERPO law will go into effect. I’ve long said ERPO’s will be Safe2Tell for adults, and students have dubbed Safe 2 Tell as “Safe 2 Swat”, referencing the act of “swatting“, a criminal harassment tactic of deceiving an emergency service into sending a police and emergency service response team to another person’s address. Had this same scenario taken place while the ERPO law is in effect, the mother likely would have lost her firearms. We need to continue to rally together as a community and push back at every turn. If you or your child ends up in a situation like Nate’s, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us here at Rally for our Rights.
  3. Thoughtcriminal is a reference to 1984. I like to read things people don't want me to read. (like the Satanic Bible). I am a free speech advocate who also believes in the right of self-determination. That makes me a modern day thoughtcriminal, and more likely to be fired and censored. With the marriage of corporate and state power, thoughtcrime (aka "hate speech") is quickly becoming a reality. (Just like Europe)
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