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The paper form is required to be on file at the gun store for 20 years.  The Feds are prohibited by law to retain the NICS record of the search (my best recollection here).  Of course, we already know how good the Feds are at following their own laws, so there's that...

AFAIK, they retrieved the purchase information of the various shooters by physically locating all the FFL licenses in proximity to the shooting, and actually digging out the forms.  But, how they really do it is secret, so I assume they've broken the law and just go to the database they keep illegally.

They would never break the law.   Just like they didn't lie to get warrants or lie to cover up crimes committed by their favorite politician.

Of course they have a database.   They are also using secret govt surveillance for criminal prosecutions.

But since I haven't done anything wrong I don't have anything to worry about. 
Judge’s Radical Ruling Just Essentially KILLED THE RULE OF LAW In America

April 25, 2018| by V. Saxena

It’s being described as the “most radical opinion ever to surface from the corrupted judiciary in modern history.”

On Tuesday a U.S. district judge essentially destroyed the rule of law in America by decreeing that illegal immigrants possess the “right” to force President Donald Trump to violate federal immigration laws.

Judge John Bates ruled that the president “could not legally end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, arguing that Trump would have to begin reissuing temporary visas again,” according to The Daily Wire.

“He called the decision to end DACA ‘arbitrary and capricious because the Department failed adequately to explain its conclusion that the program was unlawful.'”
I'm sure a few people around here would agree with the NYT on this subject.

Democrats’ Sudden Fear of Nuclear Talks With Rogue Regimes

BY: Aaron Kliegman

April 25, 2018 9:12 am

"Diplomacy is surely preferable to war, but the big concern about North Korea is that [President Donald Trump] may be too eager for a ‘win,'" tweeted David Axelrod, former senior adviser to President Barack Obama. "This isn't ‘The Apprentice.' It's not the Art of the Deal. Let's hope someone around him knows the difference!"

In a "total flip," added Ben Rhodes, Obama's "foreign-policy guru," in a characteristically derisive tone, the Republican Party is now for "direct diplomacy with North Korea" and a secretary of state nominee "not informing Congress about it."

Claiming neutrality while punishing the Right.
April 25, 2018
Bosch Fawstin

Editor-in-Chief of Frontpage Magazine, Jamie Glazov, was recently threatened with violence by a Muslim on Facebook, and the only one who paid a price for that threat was Jamie, after he posted about it. Facebook ended up suspending him for a week. That’s the basis of my accompanying cartoon. This unfair, unwarranted punishment of those on the Right is happening more and more these days by a platform that pretends to be neutral, but is dominated by hardcore leftist Islamophiles.
General Discussion / Re: FLOTUS Fashion
« Last post by DCPatriot on Today at 02:07:08 PM »
Good shot of the back of Melania's awesome shoes.   :silly:


Was referring to her calves.      :shrug: 
I would really be interested to know if the school system allowed students to participate in the anti-gun walkouts a couple weeks ago.  If they did, did any students make signs that depicted guns in someway, such as a gun in a circle with a line through it.  If students did, were they punished too?
Shooting Sports / Re: How to Choose Your Modern Defensive Revolver
« Last post by INVAR on Today at 02:04:21 PM »
I'm partial to this one:

Will get me to my combat rifle quicker by making a nice path in front of me.
Sen. Cruz wins general election

Sen. Cruz continues to support Trump, most of the time

Sen. Cruz will be fine

Student sues WCSD for punishments over pro-gun shirts
By Staff |
Posted: Wed 1:49 AM, Apr 25, 2018  |
Updated: Wed 8:38 AM, Apr 25, 2018

RENO, Nev. (KOLO) An eighth-grade student is suing the Washoe County School District, claiming he was punished for wearing pro-gun shirts to school.

The lawsuit, filed Tuesday, April 24, 2018, claims the student's First Amendment rights were violated and his political speech suppressed when he was told on two occasions to cover up shirts with pro-Second Amendment messages.

According to the complaint, the first incident happened November 20, 2017, when the student, only identified as G.M. was punished for wearing a shirt promoting the local business Sparks Black Rifle. The shirt has a picture of a rifle under the store's name. The school district's dress code prohibits depictions of "anything that promotes weapons".
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