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Two more shooters in P-Noy’s Cabinet


Two more shooters in P-Noy’s Cabinet


British boy gets life for killing ex-girlfriend in blaze


This will show that anyone, with the motivation and determination to inflict harm, will do so, with any other means.  Therefore, bans on specific weapons or tools are useless.  And to think this happened in the gun-free, genteel UK?


PROGUN cited by ABS CBN News

After smoking challenge, Noy dared to pass total gun ban

abs-cbnNEWS.comPosted at 06/01/2010 10:53 AM | Updated as of 06/01/2010 11:39 AM

Brave cop from Parañaque gets spot promotion, plaque


Brave cop from Parañaque gets spot promotion, plaque

Another band aid solution

How about practical solutions like: diligent law enforcement, police visibility, plus strengthening the pillars of the justice system?


Is the Philippines a Terrorist Country?

European Union Countries have imposed a self-styled arms embargo on the Philippines by refusing to sell guns to Philippine end users. The apparent reason given is that the Philippines is labeled as a "terrorist country." Other petty reasons include certain dealers' misconduct in declaring the end users of the imported firearms.

Is the Philippine a terrorist country?

On the contrary, the Philippines has a robust Constitutional Democracy, with free elections, elected leaders, courts of law, and a thriving economy. In fact as of the late '90's, the Philippines was the largest market for European-made guns such as Glock, in Asia. Our gun licensing system is still free, but increasingly becoming draconian. The vast majority of 1.2 million gun owners comply with the laws of firearms.

An open letter to President NoyNoy Aquino

Dear President Aquino,

You stated in your innauguration speech that your government shall not be deaf to the complaints and sufferings of your people. Hence we, your ardent and loyal supporters in the gun community, wish to bring your attention our grievances and concerns.

Our opposition to the draconian anti-gun policies of Gen. Jesus Verzosa of the PNP have been well publicized over the past year. From the infamous HB No. 6776 Re: increasing the penalties for firearms offenses and the flawed "total gun ban" during the last elections, we have consistenly sided against such policies which we felt were anti-gun and anti-people.

Mayor Daley lays out strict gun rules for Chicago

He must be Versoza’s idol.


An irrational fear of guns is a sign of sexual deprivation (or something like that)


Today, 30 June 2010, we usher in a new beginning for the Philippines. President Benigno "NoyNoy" Aquino shall be sworn in as President of the Philippines. He comes in amidst high expectations and hope that the corruption that has creeped back into our government and has diminished the gains that we had fought so hard for in EDSA 1, shall be reversed and the nation be set back on the right track. Human rights, Poverty, corruption, scandals, disrespect for the Constitution and the rule of law, are all issues which challenge the new President to bring about the needed reversal.

In short, in voting for NoyNoy Aquino, we voted for CHANGE.

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