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Environmental Firearm Abuse

The lamestream media told you:

The National Parks won't fight the environmental impact review now stalling CCW carry on those federal lands.

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:

Even a blind man can see that the environmental impact of CCW-permit holders carrying guns which aren't fired is so small that this is a total subterfuge and stonewalling effort to deny the right to keep and bear, even for people with FBI-certified approval.

The serious issue here is setting the precedent that statutes, such as various environmental protection laws, can supercede the Bill of Rights -- the uninfringeable right to keep and bear arms. If discreet carry, with no measurable impact, can be halted on those grounds, then what of four guys out on a day enjoying marksmanship practice, and returning with an empty ammo can?

The CCW National Parks silliness is a prelude to bans on outdoor shooting.

Environmental terrorism is on the rise, even the government is tracking this. We now see the green terrorists preparing a frontal assault on the right to discharge firearms outdoors. The National Parks "impact study" is inappropriate and should be terminated without delay. The people proposing it should be brought up on charges of denial of civil rights under color of law, 18 USC §241 et. seq.

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