Wednesday, May 26, 2021

ATF Claims FOIA Request on Hunter Biden Gun Violates His Privacy.

 Via Reborn

Laws for thee but not for me? It’s fair to ask how administration enforcers would react had this story been about anyone’s son but the president’s. (Cropped from photo by acaben: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic license)

U.S.A. – -( Six months after attorney Stephen Stamboulieh filed a Freedom of Information Act request with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives on my behalf regarding the agency’s reported involvement in the case of Hunter Biden’s gun, we have received an answer. ATF won’t tell us anything because it says Biden’s privacy interests outweigh the public’s right to know.

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Biden ATF nominee confirms he'd ban AR-15s, America's most popular rifle: David Chipman claims the common firearm is 'particularly lethal'

 Via Billy

Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa suggested putting Chipman at the top of the ATF would be like "putting Antifa in charge of the Portland Police Department."

It's because this gun, the common AR-15 rifle, is "particularly lethal," says Joe Biden's nominee to run the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.

That's why he'd like to ban it.

More @ WND

[Photos] 10 Black-and-White Images of Saigon in 1970


*Marine Monument above in 1970.


Saigon Police Lieutenant Colonel Nguyen Van Long marched to the *Marine Monument [seen partially above] in downtown Saigon, saluted, stated "It is finished,"  then committed suicide, a single shot to the head with a .45.

A trip to Saigon in 1970 by photographer Jerry Bosworth yielded a small cache of black-and-white images that vividly depict a city in flux.

Even though little is known about their author, the street photos are considerably high-quality for the era. 

More @ Saigoneer

A Portrait of Loss, Growth and Adaptation in New Orleans' Vietnamese Community

When it comes to the Vietnamese diaspora in the United States, everyone knows about California’s huge community.

Some may be familiar with other communities in Houston or the Washington D.C. area, but you rarely hear about Vietnamese in New Orleans. This group, which numbers around 15,000 people, is the focal point of Things We Lost to the Water, the debut novel from Eric Nguyen, the editor-in-chief of online literary portal diaCRITICS.

It tells the multi-generational story of a Vietnamese family who flees southern Vietnam at the end of the war and arrives in New Orleans under sponsorship by the Catholic church, tracking their lives all the way through the catastrophic impact of Hurricane Katrina on the city.

More @ Saigoneer

White Brandeis Dean Kate Slater posts epic critical race theory rant: ‘I hate whiteness’

Via Προστάτης Καντονεζικός


A white Brandeis University administrator defended critical race theory in a social media post that included how she hated “whiteness.”

“Yes, all white people are racist in that all white people have been conditioned in a society where one’s racial identity determines life experiences/outcomes and whiteness is the norm and default,” Kate Slater, assistant dean of Graduate Student Affairs, posted on Instagram.

“That includes me!” added Slater, who describes herself on her personal website as a white anti-racist scholar and educator.

More @ New York Post

Luzerne county Pennsylvania has become the latest electorate to be plagued by errors from its Dominion voting machines.

This happens way too often, right?

This time the story comes out of a county in Pennsylvania, and the ‘error’ reported seems to conform to a pattern we know all too well.

According to local sources, Republican ballots were labeled as Democrat ballots.

Errors happen all the time, and this would be fine if the errors didn’t overwhelmingly favor one party.

We never hear about Dominion ‘errors’ affecting Democrats now do we?

More @ WLT

Tom Cotton Mocks David Chipman’s Inability to Define ‘Assault Weapon’

During the May 26, 2021, Senate Judiciary Confirmation hearing, Sen. Tom Cotton (R) mocked ATF nominee David Chipman’s inability to define the term “assault weapon.”

Cotton asked Chipman, “You have called for an ‘assault weapons’ ban. I have a simple question for you, what is an ‘assault weapon?'”

Chipman responded, “An ‘assault weapon’ would be, in the context of the question you ask, whatever Congress defines it as.”

Cotton responded, “You’re asking us to ban ‘assault weapons’ and we have to write legislation. Can you tell me, what is an ‘assault weapon?’ How would you define it?”

More @ Breitbart

Keep Asheville Wearied, Keep the Rebel Remnant Weird

 Via Reborn


“Keep Asheville weird” has been the unofficial motto for this Western North Carolina city for as long as I can recall. But the once-quaint Blue Ridge town has become wearied. It’s tired and worn out in its progressive predictability.

This is really nothing new to Dixians who have been paying attention.

“Asheville is a tumour on the face of North Carolina.”

“I call it Trasheville.”

“A town full of fudge packers, smelly hippies, and dip shits.”

“Asheville is the western version of the People’s Republic of Chapel Hill.”   

 More @ Identity Dixie

Mob Filmed Jumping On Occupied Police Cruiser In St Louis

 Minneapolis: People Flee the “Defund the Police” Movement as Blacks Go Ape

"Saint George Floyd memorialized by a racist White House today"

Racist black power fists raised at the White House by the $27 million beneficiaries of Minneapolis's largesse.

"Saint George, the dead felon....what a role model for Joe Biden to memorialize......and why the connection between Floyd's death and white supremacy. 2 of the 4 charged in Floyd's death were NOT white and in  Derek Chauvin's trial. there was not a single allegation that race played any part in Floyd's arrest or what transpired after Floyd resisted arrest and swallowed fatal quantities of two different drugs h e had planned to sell prior to being pinched."

Between 1997 and 2005, Floyd served eight jail terms on various charges, including drug possession, theft, and trespass. In 2007, Floyd faced charges for aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon; according to investigators, he had entered an apartment by impersonating a water department worker and barging in with five other men, then held a pistol to a woman's stomach and searched for items to steal. Floyd was arrested three months later during a traffic stop and a 7-year-old victim of the robbery identified him from a photo array. In 2009, he was sentenced to five years in prison as part of a plea deal and was paroled in January 2013.