Guns and weapons of mass destruction AND POLITICS

The media continues to distort the real facts about guns, and the future dangers of WMD

W was right.

The largest gun factory in the USA, named Ruger, is just a few minutes from us on Sunapee Road, NH. Ruger also has a factory in Prescott, Arizona and are opening a new factory in Texas.  The stock has increased 12 fold under Obama.  They are back-ordered two years.  The founder, William Batterman Ruger petitioned (to no avail) the democratic congress for nearly 40 years for gun control; specifically to eliminate magazines holding more than 15 rounds. Check him out on Wikipedia.

The son, Bill Ruger, Jr. lives close by. He refurbished an old five-story shoe factory on the Sugar River Falls in Newport, the next town over, to house his antique car collection which includes the first of everything; an 80 cars, tank, fire engine, ambulance collection worth about $200 million. He seems to be doing well as the steep rise in stock price would suggest.

It is important in New Hampshire to own a truck, tee shirt, gun rack and dawg. We have a number of firing ranges nearby and no one ever gets killed.

What about guns and the future?  Can we effectively outlaw guns?  Is the real problem the pols (dems & repubs?)  With the new 3D printing technology that has suddenly emerged, we can now print or make in our office a real gun (no metal but only resin) that works and is stronger and more durable than those manufactured in factories.  See the links below.  

So, on May 12, 2013, an American produced and fired the first workable gun using 3D printing technology; see: and also

400,000 copies of the 3D gun printing software were downloaded before the Feds shut down the internet site.

Joe will be teaching a course this fall at Dartmouth and Colby Sawyer based on the recent report “Global Trends 2030 Alternative Worlds, by the National Intelligence Council for the President.  We face “widely contrasting futures,” Chris Kojm, director NIC.  Power will flow from big government to non-states & informal networks.  There's uncertainty about the influence of technology except t that a wider spectrum of instruments of war—especially precision-strike capabilities, cyber instruments, and bioterror weaponry—will become accessible. Individuals and small groups will have the capability to perpetrate large-scale violence and disruption—a capability formerly the monopoly of states.

On the other hand, gun crimes is down 49% in past 20 years, and represents only 8% of all violent crimes:

The aforementioned Pew study shows that the public has been totally and completely misinformed by the media.

Last year, there were about 11,000 gun related fatalities.  Meanwhile 40,000 people died as a result of drunk driving.  And, Planned Parenthood assisted in the death of 334,000 babies in 2011.

Where should our outrage be directed?  At our politicians? Why are the media so devious; what is their game?

The reality is that guns with large magazines is history; not destructive enough. The real concern should be weapons of mass destruction.

Our politicians need to direct their energies toward the detection and protection from weapons of mass destructions made in local garages and basements and offices of pissed off people living in America and abroad.

Brophy Monday 17 June 2013 - 11:16 pm | | Brophy Blog

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