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Meet Michael Bloomberg

Michael Bloomberg, one of the richest people in the world, has dedicated his $33 billion dollar fortune to taking away your freedom. As mayor of New York city he presided over what many have dubbed a “nanny state” where he tried to control every facet of people’s lives including how much and what they could eat and drink. Now he has committed to spending $50 million dollars in order to take away your Second Amendment rights.

Bloomberg recently announced that his gun-control organizations, “Mayors Against Illegal Guns” and “Moms Demand Action,” will now be folded into a new anti-gun group—“Everytown for Gun Safety.”

Women are now Bloomberg’s top targets—especially mothers. The core of his campaign will be to spread misinformation and terrify mothers about guns in order to enact his radical anti-gun agenda. He has dedicated unlimited resources to his efforts. But money doesn’t always win.

In 2013, Bloomberg invested millions in anti-gun efforts and despite the post Sandy Hook environment he accomplished virtually nothing at the federal level, and much less than he had hoped for at the state level. In 2014 he is doubling down on his anti-gun efforts. The website meetbloomberg.com is dedicated to exposing the real Michael Bloomberg and his anti-freedom agenda.

Defend Freedom. Defeat Bloomberg. Read more at http://meetbloomberg.com

News Brief for 25 August 2014

The Liberation of Paris

The Liberation of Paris, 25 - 26 August 1944 General Charles de Gaulle and his entourage set off from the Arc de Triumphe down the Champs Elysees to Notre Dame for a service of thanksgiving following the city's liberation in August 1944.

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