sorry this is meant to be a beauty blog
??? That is a beauty
Red Dawn showing the use of a gun registry for confiscation during occupation.
This especially important because one of the purposes of the second amendment was to fight off foreign invaders. Standing armies were unpopular during the time of the framing of the constitution, and so one (of several) intended purposes of the second amendment was so that the country could still be defended if there wasn’t an army. So this is a great example of how gun registration is in opposition to the intentions of the second amendment.
I already reblogged this once but this just makes me so angry I didn’t know there was registration like this in this country fuck
FFLs have to record sales and keep them for some amount of time (3 months? a year?), and the ATF keeps a record of who is getting their background checked, which is again kept for some amount of time. However, both records are required to be purged. Might vary state-to-state.
But there’s definitely no registration larger than city-wide.
The NSA said they were only storing our information for a year initially but that was a lie too gains
I mean think about it
Well that’s the law. Not that the government actually follows it.
Right, I mean these are all different matters and stuff but I’m saying the precedent already has gone too far and I’m sure it’s being violated even further
A 4473 is kept for 20 years by the dealer. If the dealer closes shop, they are sent to ATF where they are stored potentially forever.
I’ve spent the past couple of days asking several hundred Grindr users in Edinburgh whether they believe Scotland should be an independent country. Replies were of variable quality. Here is a representative sample:
What the Union Jack looks like after Scottish independence