Sunday, March 22, 2009

Military demands details on soldiers' private guns

"A military commander at Fort Campbell in Kentucky demanded his soldiers give him the registration numbers of any guns they own privately and then reveal where they are stored. The order was stopped, according to base officials, when it was discovered the commander was not "acting within his authority.'" [link]

Now that is just plain scary. What reason would the army need to know who owns guns and where they are stored?

Also, isn't it funny how some things can be stopped when it is discovered that someone was not "acting within his authority"? How about stopping members of Congress who are constantly doing things not within their authority.

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