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Is Local Government Really Irrelevant?

BY Herschel Smith
2 days, 10 hours ago

Robert Verbruggen writing at NRO.

The legal force of these resolutions is limited, thanks to local governments’ status in relation to the states where they’re located. The Constitution protects states and localities from certain forms of federal meddling — including the “commandeering” of law-enforcement efforts — but it’s silent on the rights of localities against states. Local governments exist only because states choose to recognize them, they possess only the powers states choose to grant them, and a state government can override any local law it wants. Counties can declare themselves sanctuaries and fire employees who don’t go along, but only until the state decides to put a stop to it.

I think he’s badly underestimating not only the constitutional authority of the Sheriff (most specifically, the state constitutions), but the resolve of the people as well.  One might argue to the contrary.

If the sheriff sounds like something from the American frontier, that’s because it is. The role of sheriff goes back to England where sheriffs were usually appointed by the Crown and other officials to oversee the laws of the shire, or county. Duties included tax collection and running a local militia, also called the posse comitatus—citizens who would moonlight as law enforcement.

In America, sheriffs played a particularly pivotal role in Southern states where they served as chief law enforcement officers. (Northeast states relied on constables, who are more like the police chiefs of today.) Sheriffs got to take cuts from fees, one of the perks of the job, in addition to collecting salaries. As America expanded westward, those states adopted the Southern sheriff model. As states drafted their constitutions, they often included an elected sheriff position. Right now, at least 40 states have elected sheriffs. [James Toberlin / Virginia Law Review]

In many regions, especially in the South, sheriffs still have wide jurisdiction and primary law enforcement responsibilities. Unlike police chiefs, who usually report to mayors or other elected officials, sheriffs have fewer checks on their power. Many sheriffs serve long stints in office, and some are in place for decades.

While the precise role of elected sheriffs varies from state to state, they have some duties in common, including overseeing local jails, transporting prisoners and pretrial detainees, and investigating crimes. Some even act as coroners, ruling over a person’s cause of death.

The only states that do not have local sheriffs are Alaska, Hawaii, and Connecticut, which rely on statewide law enforcement agencies. [National Sheriffs’ Association]

[ … ]

Historically, some sheriffs have not only enforced the laws; they have also decided which laws not to enforce. They view this as protecting the people from the intrusions of the federal government.

The “constitutional sheriff” movement is comprised of current and former members of law enforcement who believe that sheriffs are the ultimate authority in their jurisdiction—even above federal law enforcement. [Robert Tsai / Politico]

While it may seem like a fringe movement [italics HPS] it is prevalent enough to be taken seriously. In 2013, 500 sheriffs agreed not to enforce any gun laws created by the federal government. In Utah, almost all elected sheriffs signed an agreement to protect the Bill of Rights—and fight any federal officials who tried to limit them. [Robert Tsai / Politico]

I see that National Review continues its tilt towards bad analysis.

Agent Provocateurs In The Second Amendment Awakening In Virginia

BY Herschel Smith
2 days, 11 hours ago

Kaiserworks had this to say.

Time to keep eyes open for Agent Provocateurs in the pro 2A rallies or an incident directed at an anti-2A Politician. I can tell you right now that when you see ‘breaking news’ and the badged orcs kitted up responding to some crisis, it will not be from our side. I implore those at the rallies, that if they see anyone smelling of an undercover Fed, contractor or even someone off their meds, be vocal and notify all those around you to the Trojan horse in your midst. Early warning and exposure may be the only thing that can derail a psyop or blackhat operation in progress.

It’s really a shame we are where we are, but this is a recurring theme.  See this reddit/firearms discussion thread.

As the grassroots 2A Sanctuary movement continues to gain momentum and traction in Virginia, what do you think the odds are that a conveniently timed and horrific mass shooting event will occur in VA within the next month?

[ … ]

My theory is “they” will infiltrate a crazy person into being deputized, who will then shoot up a school or something using their new deputy status to get into the property with a gun.

The black hats may be CIA, they may be Dyncorps, they may be three or four tiers deep and never known, completely removed from those who sent them on their nefarious mission.  But with the increased momentum of the 2A rights movement in Virginia, the soccer moms from Alexandria need some ideological and emotional support.

That’s how the theory goes, anyway.  And I’m not going to say that it’s wrong, just that it is so very difficult to collect meaningful and actionable facts after such events, and this is all likely by design.  The .gov hides everything behind the cloud of “ongoing investigation,” and then the MSM gets involved printing inaccurate and incorrect crap.

So here’s a quick note to the black hats.  Upon any such event, 2A supporters will blame it all on you.  Just realize that’s where we are.

Got it?  Are we clear?  And this post is now indexed and ready for linking in the future.

Buchanan County Board Of Supervisors Passes Second Amendment Ordinance

BY Herschel Smith
2 days, 23 hours ago

John Adams On The Fall Of America

BY Herschel Smith
2 days, 23 hours ago

All the guns in the world, similar to the most seductive politics on earth, cannot fix a broken spiritual problem.

Paul Singer, Hedge Funds And Cabela’s

BY Herschel Smith
3 days ago

The merger between Cabela’s and Bass Pro Shop always seemed odd to me.  I knew that both stores were doing extremely well.  It all makes sense now.

Capitalism is an ungodly form of economics.  Socialism is an ungodly form of economics.  What we have today in America is the worst of both.  The Biblical form of economics is the free market, free from control, and free from evil things like this.

Paul Singer does the devil’s bidding.

GOA Praises Introduction Of Home Defense And Competitive Shooting Act

BY Herschel Smith
1 week, 1 day ago

GOA.

Springfield, VA — On December 2, 2019, the Home Defense and Competitive Shooting Act was introduced in the House of Representatives by Congressman Roger Marshall.

The bill undoes the egregiously unconstitutional registration, taxation, and regulation of short-barreled rifles by removing them from the National Firearms Act (NFA) and forcing the ATF to destroy all related records.

“The introduction of this bill is yet another landmark towards restoring the constitutionally-recognized right to keep and bear arms without infringement by federal regulations and whimsical rulemaking by anti-gun D.C. bureaucrats,” said Aidan Johnston, Director of Federal Affairs for GOA. “When the Founding Fathers wrote the Second Amendment, intending to protect individuals from infringements, they did not ‘leave room’ for a federal agency to regulate barrel lengths on rifles or pistols.”

Under current law, the difference between a “pistol AR-15” and a “short barreled rifle AR-15” is ATF rulemaking and mind-numbing definitions and differences between “rifle stocks” and “pistol braces.”

GOA supports a full repeal of the NFA and has challenged the NFA’s unconstitutional regulation of suppressors with the Silencers Help Us Save Hearing Act, the Hearing Protection Act, and Kettler v. US. But for far too long, other aspects of the National Firearms Act—an act of gun control by nature—have gone unchallenged in Congress.

“Now gun owners have a legislative vehicle to attack another element of the National Firearms Act’s meaningless regulation,” Johnston concluded. “GOA urges every member of the House of Representatives to cosponsor this bill.”

Okay.  Even if this goes nowhere (as I suspect it will in the den of demons, gargoyles and pit vipers we call Washington, D.C.), I am now a fan of two members of the House, the first being Thomas Massie.  Roger Marshall can be added to the list of good guys.  It’s a short list.

Whiskey Warrior 556: A Study In Swarm Behavior

BY Herschel Smith
2 weeks, 3 days ago

Over the weekend some very interesting things happened.

Whiskey Warrior 556 aka Alex Booth’s standoff with the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office has ended peacefully. Booth, 28, is an Afghan war veteran who served in the U.S. Army.

A sheriff’s office spokesperson confirmed to Heavy.com just before 1 a.m. on November 24 that nobody was hurt as Booth surrendered to officers. The standoff took place in the town of Mahopac, just under 60 miles north of New York City, in Westchester County.

Alexander Booth goes by Whiskey_Warrior_556 on Instagram, where he streamed parts of the Putnam County NY police standoff and posted videos and sent messages to his followers.

“The negotiators were very close many times to getting the individual to come out of the residence peacefully and the posts that were on Instagram were just inviting him,” Carmel Police Chief Michael Cazzari told NBC New York. “This is a person in crisis having mental illness and having issues and he didn’t need the people on social media telling him that his rights were being violated.”

The six-hour standoff ended about 9 p.m. on Saturday, November 23. Booth was booked at the Putnam County Correctional Facility at 12:35 a.m. on Sunday, November 24, online records show. He remained in custody Sunday afternoon.

press release from the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office said that an officer went to the home at 2:19 p.m. on November 23 after a deputy heard what he thought was a gunshot coming from Booth’s home. Nearby homes were evacuated and back-up was called to the scene. At that stage, the sheriff’s office says that Booth became barricaded in his home.

“The officer hearing what he believed to be a gunshot come from the residence requested backup,” the press release said. “When additional officers arrived Mr. Booth was observed in the doorway acting in an agitated state before returning inside his garage apartment and barricading himself. As a safety precaution officers evacuated the neighboring houses and alerted the Putnam County Emergency Response Team and Negotiation Team.”

[ … ]

The Carmel Police Department said that Booth was subsequently arraigned on multiple charges related to incidents connected to a past domestic incident involving his wife. Booth was wanted on a felony warrant issued by Thomas Jacobellis charging him with second-degree burglary, a felony, and several misdemeanors, including criminal trespass, criminal contempt, aggravated harassment and petit larceny. Booth is not facing any charges in relation to the standoff. His arraignment was held at Carmel Town Justice Court.

The press release concludes by saying that no weapons or ammunition were seized from Booth’s home despite “false social media posts to the contrary.” Many on social media believed that Booth was a victim of the Red Flag Law in the state of New York.

It may be useful to watch this video from Mrgunsngear.

My goal isn’t to fisk what happened or why.  I really couldn’t care less for the purposes of this post.  Perhaps the video is correct and this had nothing to do with red flag laws.  Or perhaps it did.  In either case, my goal is to make a few related observations.

Most military writers and would-be military scholars talk about “swarm theory” at some point in their career to make themselves look smart.  To most writers, a “swarm” is when a lot of fighters show up at once.  To a bee keeper, this is nothing like the truth, and most military writers have no idea what they’re talking about.

I’m not a bee keeper, but my son is.  He’s seen guard bees pull the wings off of drones and evict them to the ground where the ants eat them.  Bees are relentless in their preparation for keeping the hive alive, and a drone does not gather nectar or pollen.  Bee colonies are brutal.

What bees are good at, however, is subtle signals between the hive that only they understand, sometimes chemical signals, that alert the colony that something important is going down.  It might be swarming behavior if the colony decides that there isn’t enough room for storage of nectar for the winter, but in any case, the entire colony acts in concert if it thinks it needs a larger or different hive.  You can spend your own time on a Google or Bing search of “waggle dance.”

It’s difficult to shut this down, although there are strategies for it for a bee keeper just as there are in swarm behavior in humans.  What happened in the case of Whiskey Warrior 556 and those who came to his defense is the behavior you might see in a bee colony, at least in one aspect.

Interestingly, Mrgunsngear found that his Instagram and Facebook posts were deleted, perhaps at the behest of the police involved in the incident.  Social media went viral with this event, and within hours as many as a hundred people showed up at his home as a warning to the police should he be deprived of his right to keep and bear arms.

Learn from this incident.  Swarm theory isn’t just for bees, and understanding how to shut this down (and how to get around defeaters) isn’t just for bees either.  Swarm theory isn’t about a whole lot of anything showing up to an event or incident.  It’s about communication.

AG Barr: Epstein’s Death Was A ‘Perfect Storm Of Screw-Ups’

BY Herschel Smith
2 weeks, 4 days ago

Barr:

In an interview with The Associated Press, Barr said his concerns were prompted by the numerous irregularities at the New York jail where Epstein was being held. But he said after the FBI and the Justice Department’s inspector general continued to investigate, he realized there were a “series” of mistakes made that gave Epstein the chance to take his own life.

“I can understand people who immediately, whose minds went to sort of the worst-case scenario because it was a perfect storm of screw-ups,” Barr told the AP as he flew to Montana for an event.

So I guess Epstein did indeed kill himself, according to Barr.

And for those of you who really believed that anyone in the bureaucracy would actually take on the deep state … sucker.

Baltimore Will Consider Suing Gun Manufacturers If Sandy Hook Lawsuit Succeeds

BY Herschel Smith
2 weeks, 6 days ago

News from Baltimore.

BALTIMORE (WBFF) – Baltimore City Solicitor Andre Davis said the city will consider suing gun manufacturers if lawsuits related to the Sandy Hook shooting are successful.

The U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled Sandy Hook families can pursue legal action against Remington Arms.

Councilman Zeke Cohen brought up the matter at Tuesday’s city council hearing asking Davis what the city is doing to hold gun manufacturers accountable now.

Solicitor Davis told Cohen every city in America is monitoring what’s happening with the Sandy Hook lawsuits.

Davis said if they are able to succeed in their cases, Baltimore will then considering holding gun manufacturers responsible.

“America would be tremendously served if the courts could find a way to say to the gun manufacturers, ‘You do have some responsibility here,’ so we are very definitely monitoring it,” he said.

Former Baltimore City Police Commissioner Ed Norris says it’s civil remedy to a criminal problem that won’t solve anything.

“So you sue a gun company, and you win hypothetically, what has that done for the city of Baltimore? How have we improved? Are fewer people going to die? No. What is the point of this exercise? I just don’t get it,” he said.

Forget for a moment what a travesty of justice something like this is.  The point is that the Supreme Court refusal to shut down the Sandy Hook lawsuits may open the flood gate to lawsuits against every manufacturer in America, leading eventually to their bankruptcy.

Their goal, of course, is to do exactly that, with a few notables surviving for supply to law enforcement.  They shouldn’t be indemnified for their malfeasance, but this doctrine is so ensconced in the American “justice” system that the firearms manufacturers will be protected when cops shoot innocent people, just not when anyone else does it.

When the government kills someone, it’s called war.  If you do it, it’s called murder.  If a cop shoots an innocent person, it’s called the “thin blue line,” “serving and protecting,” and other claptrap.  If you do it you go to prison.

Update On Las Vegas Shooting

BY Herschel Smith
3 weeks, 3 days ago

Uncle attaches this photo, and says the following.

That story promptly went away for no reason. But the UK press has been covering it. That piece is a few months old. But it does put to rest the conspiracy theory that he didn’t really use a bump stuck .. On the right, that is pretty clearly a bump stock.

Sorry, but that photo proves nothing.  No one has demonstrated yet that he actually used a bump stock, or even what weapons were used.  Remember, Uncle?  The FBI prevented the ATF from examining the firearms in the room.  Wonder why they did that?

Say, I did notice how clean that room was.  Clean ceiling, clean floor, clean carpet, spotless lamp shades, everything is spotless.  Just like he had discharged thousands of rounds in that very location.  Or perhaps they accidentally let the maid in before they took the picture.  Yea, that’s got to be it.

I’ll repeat the question my former Marine asked after this event: “Have you ever discharged thousands of rounds in a confined space like that?  Do you know what it looks like after a battle like that?  I have, and I do.”


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