ISIS threats simply a diversion from the beat down they’re receiving abroad.

As if our military at home didn’t have enough to deal with, the ongoing terrorist threats to harm US Service members continues to escalate.  Months ago, SOCOM alerted families of the threats made to murder them on the homefront from embedded ISIS supporters.  That did not deter most of the families from carrying out their online lives as usual.  However, the latest posting of military families names, locations and personal information took it a step further.  While our military families are used to the risks involved in being a soldier for American idealism, the game ISIS is playing is simply diverting press from the attacks on them abroad. See the latest news reports curated at Yahoo: http://news.yahoo.com/islamic-state-calls-backers-kill-100-u-military-210018987.html?soc_src=copy http://news.yahoo.com/us-marine-corps-urges-vigilance-hacking-threat-103621598.html?soc_src=copy

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Illogical .223 ban won't go without a court battle, thanks to SAF.

SAF Authorizes Court Action If .223  Ammo Ban Is Implemented BELLEVUE, WA – The Second Amendment Foundation has authorized court action if the proposed ban on .223-caliber ammunition is implemented by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the foundation’s general counsel has warned in a letter to BATFE Director B. Todd Jones. Writing for SAF, general counsel Miko Tempski tells Jones, “This proposal is just an attempt to limit firearms rights because the President’s other such attempts have been blocked through constitutional checks and balances on his power. “Should the BATFE lawlessly proceed on this path,” Tempski warns, “SAF intends to call on those checks and balances to stop the Administration’s executive overreach again.” Tempski’s three-page letter dissects the BATFE proposal, noting repeatedly that M855 ammunition at the center of this controversy “is not armor piercing pursuant to the definition in the statute.” The federal provisions requires that a cartridge fire a “full jacketed projectile large than .22-caliber […]

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