Did Schwarzenegger declare war on personal privacy when he signed AB 962?

Finger prints to buy ammunition? Has your personal privacy been destroyed by Schwarzenegger and California’s new law? California gun owners may be losing their right to privacy.

Nazi Germany or California, U.S.A.?

Governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger has signed AB 962 into law and handgun owners who want to shoot their firearms will lose their right to privacy in early 2011.

One has to wonder why Schwarzenegger wants to track and trace the handgun ammunition purchases of law abiding citizens.

Is the new statute really about ammunition purchases?

Beginning in February 2011, Californians will be required to show government issued identification and a thumb print prior to buying ammunition for handguns.

New law set to destroy personal privacy of gun owners

Think you have second amendment rights? How about your rights to privacy as per the U.S. Constitution. The quote below is taken from this website:

http://activerain.com/blogsview/1360101/california-gun-law-fingerprints-required-to-buy-ammo

“AB 962 requires purchasers to show bonafied ID to ammunition vendors in order
to purchase handgun ammunition. The bonafied is spelled out as a government
issued ID with a photo.


Acceptable forms include a driver’s license or military ID. In addition, the vendor is required to record the purchasers name, driver’s license number, state of issuance, signature, thumbprint, residential address, date of birth and phone number. In addition the name of the sales person, the date of sale, brand type and amount of ammunition sold must also be recorded. The records must be kept on the vendor’s premises for a minimum of five years.

There is no provision for how the records are maintained (paper or electronic)
stored, or securely destroyed.”

Gun Privacy Wyoming Style

Sadly for Californians, second amendment rights are eroding in the opinion of this writer, and according to this writer’s interpretation of the United States Constitution.

All things, considered, I think I would prefer buying ammunition the old fashioned way-cash and carry. The way it’s done in Wyoming.

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Grant Hall

Prevent medical id fraud

This article provides a quick reference guide on how to prevent medical identity theft. The crime of medical id fraud is growing rapidly and through assertiveness of one’s right to privacy, it is possible for individuals to prevent medical id fraud.

Stand alone and DO NOT relinquish your rights to privacy.

Keeping that new doctor’s clerks happy is a surefire way to the poor house. The literature is full of id theft fraud cases, and medical id fraud is going through the roof at an average case damage figure of $20,000.00.

Here is a list designed to help you avoid that $20,000.00 loss while preventing medical  identity theft.

1.) Insist on your privacy. Do not be intimidated by the perceived authority-type figures who represent doctors in the often, rude form of medical office clerks. Develop the proper attitude and recognize that how you think and act is Everything.

2.) Once you have had your behavioral adjustment, take a deep breath and relax. Prepare to not provide your Social Security number to medical providers-Ever.

3.) Recognize that medical identity theft can come from an inside job. Click here to see one such example. Now, do you really want Ms. Clerk to take possession of your most crucial, confidential and personal information?

4.) Provide your insurance policy number and carrier Only at the time of service. DO NOT provide it over the phone to the clerk who wants to verify your coverage two weeks prior to your appointment. Will she even be working there in two weeks?

M.D.’s and their army of medical clerks, X-Ray technicians, medical billing staff, and the rest are there to service your medical needs, not to intimidate you into giving up your privacy rights. Exercise your rights to privacy and do the opposite of what the masses do, and you will be on the way to preventing medical id theft.

Grant Hall