Friday 27 April 2012

Any Salt with that Crow?

It has come to my attention that my interpretation of Senate Bill 1813 was inaccurate.

A couple of readers to whom I'm grateful, Todd in particular, pointed it out a couple of days ago. I, though, felt that my interpretation was accurate. I admit, I was wrong.
Bill 1813 does not give the IRS the power to take away guns.  It gives the Secretary of Transportation the power to limit or restrict the transportation of guns.

You can find further interpretation of the bill HERE at Infowars.

I'd like to offer my sincerest apology for passing on misleading information, and I'll strive to use this as a learning experience, to sharpen my quill and improve the articles that I bring you.  Thank you to those who wrote to bring this to my attention - it is greatly appreciated.

Thanks for reading!


1 comment:

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