December 25, 2012

Merry Christmas, Eva Braun / Janet Hasson! [updated: Did reporter / paper break the law? Probably not.]

So. You want to use your liberal rag to publish the names and addresses of legal conceal carry gun owners in your area? Okay. But don’t whine squeal like a little stuck Gestapo agent when the tables are turned, Ms Hasson.

Journal News President:  —Janet Hasson, 3 Gate House Lane Mamaroneck, NY 10534 (914) 694.5204 / (248) 594-2197

jhasson@lohud.com

http://mediakit.lohud.com/article/99999999/MEDIAKIT08/312140002/Contact-Us

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Editors:
—Cyndee Royle, 1133 Westchester Ave., Suite N110, White Plains, NY 10604, 914-694-9300
–Nancy Cutler 9 Woodwind Ln, Spring Valley, NY. (845) 354 3485

Parent company of The Journal News, Gannett
—–CEO Gracia C Martore 728 Springvale Rd Great Falls, VA 22066 (703) 759 5954

The reporter on the story is:
Dwight R Worley 23006 139 Ave Springfield Gardens, NY 11413 (718) 527 0832

‘Tis the season of giving.  And we hope you’re getting good and hard.  The times are changing.  2013 will be the year of the outlaw.  Bank on it.

Oh.  And Merry Christmas!

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updateUh oh!  ‘Tis merely an assembly bill, it looks like, but that means there are probably at least a few people in NY government who are not going to be happy with Ms Braun-Hasson at all…

Posted by Jeff G. @ 10:30am
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  1. >According to an Editor’s Note accompanying this reporter’s article revealing the >home addresses of all licensed pistol owners, “Journal News reporter Dwight R. >Worley owns a Smith & Wesson 686 .357 Magnum and has had a residence permit
    >in New York City for that weapon since February 2011.” I’d heard pistol permits >were impossible to obtain in New York City unless you were Donald Trump or a >friend of the Mayor, but perhaps Dwight knows someone. In any event, should you >wish to examine his 357, here’s where to view it:

    >Come steal my gun!
    >Dwight R Worley
    >23006 139 Ave
    >Springfield Gardens, NY 11413

    >But you might want to call him first to let him know you’ll be dropping in: (718) 527->0832

    http://christopherfountain.wordpress.com/2012/12/24/so-how-does-journal-news-reporter-dwight-r-worley-rate-a-nyc-pistol-permit/

  2. But don’t whine like a little stuck Gestapo agent when the tables are turned, Ms Hasson.

    If that is her picture I would say she would be much more likely to squeel.

  3. I realize certain more pragmatic Republicans frown on “outing” people by posting personal information — even if those people have been trying to terrorize your family, have publicly accused you of molesting your children, or have posted your parents’ and siblings’ names and addresses, along with a lot of vile — nearly pornographic — fantasies about your loved ones.

    In fact, rumor has it that my having posted certain information here before — alerting the parents of a soon-to-be-felon that the daughter they were paying to keep housed, drunk, and connected to the internet, a daughter who had once threatened my oldest son (but I of course overreacted) — is what precipitated my dismissal from proper blogospheric company.

    It was OUTRAGEOUS what I did, you see. And yet, it put an end to the harassment. Go figure!

    Here’s my thinking: it’s time to stop pretending to take the moral high road, particularly when in certain cases we know you’re a lying, vindictive scumbag in the first place, and begin fighting back against these leftists and their tactics.

    Regardless whether or not many sniffing establishment types see it or wish to admit it, conservatives are being set up as dangerous, fringe Americans who suffer from mental health disorders and are, by way of their beliefs, haters, and practically sub-human.

    There’s a reason the field is being set that way.

    Fight back. The time has come to stop pulling punches, rhetorically speaking.

  4. Merry Christmas, Janet!

  5. - 2013 – The year of the new law of intended consiquences! OUTLAW!

  6. The same response was made here in CA in a similar case, I believe it was mid last year. The “journalists” expressed major butthurt at the table-turning.

    I remember as far back as the 90s a Sacramento rag doing the same thing over the Isleton permits situation – it’s a form of private-sector leftist thug pogrom attempt. They aren’t even waiting to gain power officially before they’re acting like this, rallying the death-threateners and vandals and thugs of the left for a “five year hate” with Official Enemies of the Revolution.

  7. Here’s my thinking: it’s time to stop pretending to take the moral high road, particularly when in certain cases we know you’re a lying, vindictive scumbag in the first place, and begin fighting back against these leftists and their tactics.

    YES.

  8. Another Gannett rag, The Tennessean, published names and addresses of CCP holders (searchable online!) back in May ’07. I was understandably annoyed. Haven’t purchased one of the damned things since.

  9. In the comments there is a “Dorian”, who is just as anonymous as “Anonymous” who he mocks for being so, but I can’t help but wonder if he is

  10. you know if they publish a map like this of my city, every house will light up like a Christmas tree. I live on a street full of cops and firefighters, too. We have about 20 kids on this street and every single one of us have guns.

    this shit only plays well in liberal lala land. So all the pearl clutching pussies can be terrified of their armed neighbors (who are probably all cops lollll)

  11. I realize certain more pragmatic Republicans frown on “outing” people by posting personal information

    Glass houses. Stones.

    When they attack first, civility is not longer required…or even recommended.

  12. American politics is, and always has been, a streetfight. The only people talking about rules are Alinskyites trying to gain an advantage and suckers on the other side who fall for it.

  13. Karma bites like a sumbitch, don’t it, Dwight?

  14. Another good reason to live in a “constitutional carry” state. I don’t need to beg the government’s permission to protect myself, thus there’s no record to publish. Perhaps pushing for nationwide constitutional carry should be the response to this?

    I liked the comment I read somewhere that publishing the names and addresses of permit holders is really more of a threat to their neighbors — now the burglars and house-breakers, mother stabbers and father rapers know who’s safe to rob and molest.

  15. the burglars and house-breakers, mother stabbers and father rapers

    …not to mention the litterers.

  16. I shot a man once just for litterin’…

  17. I realize certain more pragmatic Republicans frown on “outing” people by posting personal information

    Until it hurts them terribly to behave like the unprincipled thugs they are, they won’t stop.

    It’s not revenge; it’s an education.

  18. after they get the guns dept

    He was arrested for suspected drink-driving but a breath test showed he was under the legal limit, the court was told.

    But Knowles was charged with possession of the knife, which was found in its pouch in the car glove compartment.

    Mr Sewell told the court: ‘He told officers that he had the knife for caravanning. He is not working and had no malicious reason for carrying the blade’

    Defence solicitor Jolyon Tuck said Knowles, who is a carer for his wife, had used the knife to cut up fruit on picnics with his wife.

    ‘He accepts it was in his car and the law is very clear,’ he said. He admits possession of it and he had no good reason for having it.’

    Chairman of the bench Robert Horne ordered forfeiture of the knife and £40 costs to be paid.

    http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2012/12/lets-not-forget-knife-control.php

  19. Jeff wrote:

    Regardless whether or not many sniffing establishment types see it or wish to admit it, conservatives are being set up as dangerous, fringe Americans who suffer from mental health disorders and are, by way of their beliefs, haters, and practically sub-human.

    There’s a reason the field is being set that way.

    To make extermination easier.

  20. Regardless whether or not many sniffing establishment types see it or wish to admit it, conservatives are being set up as dangerous, fringe Americans who suffer from mental health disorders and are, by way of their beliefs, haters, and practically sub-human.

    Which is why I’ve been recommending for a while that maybe we should respond exactly the way they portray us. It won’t make them hate us any more, and we’ll at least put them out of our misery. Maybe enough to educate them, who knows.

  21. If we’re sub-human, then killing us isn’t a crime, really, but more of a public service.

  22. If we’re sub-human,

    that’s why the term “proggtard” is useful. make them defective humans.

  23. …used the knife to cut up fruit on picnics with his wife…

    The pursuit of happiness has been prohibited

  24. More about “giving into” the call to restrict firearms ownership by those mental unwell and then defining those who have acquired arms as obviously unwell. Guns get the “catch 22″ treatment.

    If you want to own a firearm you can’t because you are not of the proper mental condition. If you don’t want to own a firearm then you can because you are of the proper mental state.

  25. whatever the proggtards want

    groucho – i’m against it

  26. cyndee is kind of a stripper name I think

  27. cyndee is kind of a stripper name I think

  28. don’t do it outside in s. dakota in dec.!!11!!

  29. The latest newsletter from the environmentalist group Earth First! Journal contains a curious topic — assassinations.

    In fact, the newsletter conveniently provides the names, addresses and phone numbers of the assassination targets.

    Peace Out.

  30. We know who they are. They aren’t even pretending otherwise any more.

  31. Hey, Merry Christmas, everyone!

    Hope all y’all had a good one.

  32. How’s the snow bh, white Christmas?

    Got a little here Christmas eve but gone mostly in the sun today.

  33. My driveway is about two thirds as cleared as it should be at the bottom, Geoff. The plows put crazy chunks of ice into the mix that just kill my snow-blower so I’ve done about a foot on each side a day after the morning coffee. In another couple days I’ll be ready for the next storm.

  34. “Earth First! Journal ”

    Sounds like a legit legal liability to me. Let the lawyers take the activist group’s stuff away and keep them in court and crying for the next right years.

  35. The Atlantic decides to do a different kind of outing. And they can’t resist this line to go with the pictures.

    As the AR-15 is a popular rifle of choice these days both for consumers and murderers,

  36. That road ice is nasty stuff. Hates it I does.

  37. “As the AR-15 is a popular rifle of choice these days both for consumers and murderers,”

    The proportion no doubt tilts massively towards the murderers. Right?’

    Okay. I’ll get just an AK or bull pup style gun then and everyone will be happy. Right?

  38. 29.6 F in Austin tonight. First ‘hard’ freeze of the year so far. Still no rain.

    Shitty Christmas. Got to watch my folks have a dumb fight over nothing. Got to watch my country try on a big red sweater with a hammer and sickle on the front. Got to watch my so -called representatives condemn me and scurry like cockroaches. Got to watch the gov print and borrow our future straight to hell.

  39. It’s only popular with the kind of murderer popular with Journolists. employed by the likes of The Atlantic.

    If the media were to suddenly become obssessed with ax murdering spree killers, guess what the next (ought to be) nameless murderer of women and children would pick up.

  40. The Post Office where that EF! newsletter originates from is only a stone’s throw from me. I could easily stake it out and see who shows up to collect the mail.

  41. Thank God none of those Earth First! hippies can afford ARs now.

  42. In fact, the phone number leads directly to these guys:

    http://pbcec.blogspot.com/p/contact-us.html

    http://local.nwitimes.com/the+night+heron+grassroots+activist+center.9.103040625p.home.html

    http://www.yellowpages.com/lake-worth-fl/mip/night-heron-grassroots-actvst-450945379

    I’m going to do a recon run right now. Should be back within an hour. I believe its a residential address.

  43. Why waste the gas… Google Street view has it.

    1307 Central Terrace
    Lake Worth FL 33460

    is a small seedy looking strip mall in a residential area.

  44. A daytime recon is in order to figure out what’s shaking there and who comes and goes.

  45. Its a walkin moonbat center. Space is funded by a collection of groups sharing the space. Infiltration of the collective looks easy.

  46. “cyndee is kind of a stripper name I think”

    According to one article, it’s actually spelled “CynDee”, so yeah, even more so.

  47. This post is now the #1 Google search result for Janet Hasson.

    Heh.

  48. Sin DD ?

  49. I wouldn’t google for her images. They’re…disappointing. Not even the place in my old hometown where the elderly bikers hung out would hire her.

  50. Bushmaster, craziness, kill relative, kill strangers, kill self. Round two of the medias work for the “Great Cause” is done. On to round three.

  51. The guns that I used to have before the tragic boating accident were to kill people, and I hoped I would never have to shoot at anything other than a target. My defense is my right and my responsibility, not the government’s. The fact that some want to take the fundamental right away from me says a whole lot about them, and none of it is good.

  52. Were I to own a gun, which I don’t, thanks to the tender loving care of Minitru and Dr. Ludovico’s method, I would want one for killing varmints and vermin. Two-legged or Four-legged would be irrelevant to me.

    The fact that breaking cans and bottles and clays is hella fun? Bonus!

  53. Mark Steyn was just talking about this case of institutional hoplophobia that’s tangenitally related to the David Gregory story.

    The kid’s a fucking moron. Everyone knows you can’t pull that look off without an poncho worn over one shoulder, an ovesized sombrero and, most important of all, a coal black handlebar mustache!

  54. snow is effing dangerous

  55. is it snow in general or south dakota snow?

  56. treacherous wyoming snows I went to see the tower of satan and it was so funny nobody was there except me and deers plural but then I drove south

    completely innocently

    and bam the snows attacked

    I almost died

  57. yes i’ve heard of the dangers of wyoming snows. at least the deers didn’t attack your car while it is moving.

  58. one of em tried but I was off the interstate on some highway down to casper and visibility was not as bad yet and nobody was behind me… but you can see gobs of them lurking in the bushes

    waiting

  59. you can have the snows, ‘feets. I just blew through El Paso on 10 to avoid ‘em.

    That border fence reminds of the NK-SK demarcation. On our side, lights; over there, near-complete darkness.

  60. mr othermccain has his stories of the deer’s jihadi tendencies. flashing led noses should be required.

  61. Deer are like gangbangers. They hang out in packs and jump your poor defenseless auto, crushing it and then leaping to their hooves and running away to strike another day.

  62. I just blew through El Paso on 10 to avoid ‘em.

    That border fence reminds of the NK-SK demarcation. On our side, lights; over there, near-complete darkness.

    I went throught there in the daylight 15 or 20 years ago. Unbelievable.

    The really well off folks were living in cars up on blocks. Some of the lucky ones still had most of the windows in them. Most people living in tin lean tos or boxes, as far as the eye could see along miles of Interstate.

    That was what formed my feelings about immigration reform, if was over there, looking over here, there ain’t a fence fucking big enough to keep me out.

  63. El Paso doesn’t seem a good place to live. I had to run the AC & recirculate the cabin air.

    We’ll make Abilene by…well, late.

  64. snow is effing dangerous

    treacherous wyoming snows I went to see the tower of satan and it was so funny nobody was there except me and deers plural but then I drove south
    completely innocently
    and bam the snows attacked
    I almost died

    [deer] tried [to attack,] but I was off the interstate on some highway down to casper and visibility was not as bad yet and nobody was behind me… but you can see gobs of them lurking in the bushes
    waiting

    Snow and deer work for the Wind. They try to flush you out of your warm vehicle so Wind can kill you dead.
    Remember, your car is your boat.

    Never get off the fucking boat.

  65. I got out just once to check the headlights after some trucker flashed lights at me… I think he was just warning me of the conditions ahead though

    I was really lucky the wind was as mild as it was you’re right

  66. Last winter during a blizzard, a guy in his 70s died of exposure when he went to check his effing mail. Mailbox was at the end of a farm lane. He drove from his house to the mail box and the car got stuck. He tried to walk back to his house and didn’t make it.

    Two winters ago, a woman living in one of those elder care/ assisted living type apartment buildings snuck out the back door for a cigarette during a blizzard, and the door closed and locked behind her. She tried to walk around the building to get back in by the main entrance and never made it. They found her body three, maybe four blocks away. Three months later.

    That was in the city limits (in an unusually bad winter, in all fairness).

    Seriously, don’t disrespect Winter. Winter hates that.

  67. More info on the White Plains Journal-News-ians

  68. i’m wearing extra socks

  69. You better swap your car out for a truck or an evil SUV with 4 wheel drive.

  70. I heard a radio station out of Utah this morning warning drivers that some mountain roads are closed to drivers without 4WD with chains. ‘feets, perhaps you missed a similar warning?

    Just passed by a working refinery south of Odessa. What a pretty sight!

  71. I lived in Wyoming for six years, eight years in Alberta (one year at the extreme north end)before that. One thing I can tell you. Californians need to stay the fuck out of Wyoming in December.

  72. yeah i think i need a Plan

  73. Head south, ‘feets. West to the coast, then south. Stay below 4500′ if possible. Forget the Grand Canyon. I was there Sunday, there was snow already. More on the way.

  74. Perhaps solicit a nice man with a flatbed truck to haul your shivering ride to safety?

    Heh. Calling Towmater!

  75. Yeah, ask Hitler, Napoleon, and Charles XII about General Winter. Going in with 600,000 troops and coming out with 120,000 is suboptimal.

    Ron White on deer:

    [imitating his cousin Ray] “Well, it was 4 in the mornin’. 22 degrees outside. ‘Course, you weren’t there…pussy. I’m in a camouflage deer blind, I got grease paint on my face, I had deer urine on my boots—I’m not sure why [as himself] I made that part up. [returns to imitating Ray] I’ve got a .30-06 rifle that can fire a bullet at 2500 feet per second. When that deer looked up to lick the salt lure I’d hung from the danged ol’ tree, I caught him right above the eye.” And I’m going, “Yeah? Well, I hit one with a van, goin’ 55 miles an hour, with the headlights on and the horn blowin’!” Woo, that’s an elusive little creature! If you ever miss one, it’s because the bullet’s moving too fast. I’ll tell you what- slow the bullet down to 55 miles an hour, put some headlights and a little horn on it, the deer will actually jump in front of the bullet!

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  77. Seriously, don’t disrespect Winter. Winter hates that.

    Quite right.

  78. I decided to shelter in place today and explore casper this afternoon

  79. Russia needs double-paned winders

  80. Ron White is the leading American philosopher of the 21st century.

  81. Most Russian apartments are about 500 square feet with concrete block walls. You don’t have to go visit your relatives because they live with you.

    It’s like China or other any other Communist or former communist country unless your in their government or organized crime.

  82. Since your in Caspar for the day, maybe think about what you’re going to need to have in the car with you in case you find yourself in the ditch overnight?

  83. i have a candle and blankets but i need a good fold up shovel

  84. Some water, a tin can for melting snow, something to set the candle on (like a mason jar lid) and a couple more candles, some matches, and energy/snack bar type munchables would be a good idea too.

  85. I’m dying here thinking about happy trying to wield an entrenching tool. Get a first aid kit while you’re there and some flares.

    Dude, you are too funny.

  86. You’re awesome Jeff. Keep up the good work!

  87. I have a geology hammer in my car. Because of rocks.

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