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    Thumbs down TN Handgun Carry Permit holders list published

    http://www.commercialappeal.com/data/gunpermits/

    Searchable database for Handgun Carry Permit holders published on the website of the Memphis Commercial Appeal. ::::

    Call, write AND email your State Representative and State Senator to tell them to pass legislation to keep this information PRIVATE, NOW.


    If you seek to express your displeasure at this information being published by the Commercial Appeal, here is some contact info for management at the paper. You can email, write, call them at home, show up on their doorstep to tell them, whatever.

    (from tngunowners.com)

    Joseph Pepe, President and publisher
    3195 Wetherby Cv S
    Germantown, TN 38139
    http://maps.google.com/maps?q=3195+W...=16&iwloc=addr
    901-737-8784
    901-529-2205
    Property Tax Information: http://www.ampoff.com/Communist_Appeal/Joseph_Pepe.png

    Steve Tomb, VP of Operations
    1846 Wildcreek Cv
    Collierville, TN 38017
    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&sour...=17&iwloc=addr
    901-529-2446
    Property Tax Information: http://www.ampoff.com/Communist_Appeal/Steve_Tomb.png

    Chris Peck, Editor
    21 Belleair Dr
    Memphis, TN 38104
    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&sour...=17&iwloc=addr
    901-276-8314
    901-529-2390
    Property Tax Information: http://www.ampoff.com/Communist_Appeal/Chris_Peck.png
    Property Tax Information: http://www.ampoff.com/Communist_Appeal/Chris_Peck.png
    Chris Peck's Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/people/Chris-Peck/790909991
    Wife, Kathleen Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/people/Kate-Duignan/789442221
    Son Cody Peck's Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/people/Cody-Peck/38906854
    Daugher Sarah Peck's Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/people/Sarah-K-Peck/14839

    Otis Sanford, Editor/Opinion & Editorials
    3396 Park Ave
    Memphis, TN 38111
    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&sour...=17&iwloc=addr
    901-529-2447
    Property Tax Information: http://www.ampoff.com/Communist_Appeal/Otis_Sanford.png

    Eric Janssen, VP of Digital Media
    8996 Stratfield Cv
    Germantown, TN 38139
    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&sour...=17&iwloc=addr
    901-358-7007
    901-212-3597, Cell
    901-529-2480
    Property Tax Information: http://www.ampoff.com/Communist_Appeal/Eric_Janssen.png

    Scott Sines, Managing Editor
    2136 Wentworth Ln
    Germantown, TN 38139
    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&sour...=17&iwloc=addr
    901-529-5843
    Property Tax Information: http://www.ampoff.com/Communist_Appeal/Scott_Sines.png

    Daniel Moehle, VP/Chief Financial Officer
    3172 Devonshire Way
    Germantown, TN 38139
    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&sour...=17&iwloc=addr
    901-757-5911
    901-529-2210
    Property Tax Information: http://www.ampoff.com/Communist_Appe...iel_Moehle.png

    Karl Wurzbach, VP of Sales and Marketing
    3098 Bentwood Run Dr
    Collierville, TN 38017
    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&sour...=17&iwloc=addr
    901-529-2640
    Property Tax Information: http://www.ampoff.com/Communist_Appe...l_Wurzbach.png

    Robert Jiranek, VP of New Business Development
    175 Waring Rd
    Memphis, TN 38117
    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&sour...=17&iwloc=addr
    901-251-1810
    901-529-6525
    Property Tax Information: http://www.ampoff.com/Communist_Appe...rt_Jiranek.png

    Bob Pinarski, Advertising Director
    3961 Herons Landing Ln
    Arlington, TN 38002
    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&sour...=17&iwloc=addr
    901-867-5294
    901-529-2250
    Property Tax Information: http://www.ampoff.com/Communist_Appeal/Bob_Pinarski.png

    Denise Holman, Manager of Classified Advertising
    720 Litty Ct 103
    Memphis, TN 38103
    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&sour...=17&iwloc=addr
    901-529-2216
    Property Tax Information: http://www.ampoff.com/Communist_Appe...ise_Holman.png

    Paul Jewell, Marketing Director
    1439 Vance Ave
    Memphis, TN 38104
    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&sour...=17&iwloc=addr
    901-272-1458
    901-529-2219
    Property Tax Information: http://www.ampoff.com/Communist_Appeal/Paul_Jewell.png
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    Tim...

    This is very aggravating, but I fear portends the coming pogrom against all gun owners.

    Our Ruling Elite in Nashville have done this and the oppression will only increase...

    My suggestion is that ALL private data on the individuals that you list be ferreted out and posted far and wide on the internet - including soc. sec. #s and family details... That is all it would take to bring this insanity to an end. This should also be done for all representatives, senators, and judges in this fair state. All LEO, too.

    There are those on this forum who have the skills to find this info and put it up everywhere...

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    Saw this posted on the Nooga. 3230 permit holders are listed as being in Chattanooga.
    And I am one of them! Can't a lawsuit be filed for invasion of privacy?

    United States privacy laws embody several different legal concepts. One is the invasion of privacy, a tort based in common law allowing an aggrieved party to bring a lawsuit against an individual who unlawfully intrudes into her private affairs, discloses her private information, publicizes her in a false light, or appropriates her name for personal gain.[1] Public figures have less privacy, and this is an evolving area of law as it relates to the media.

    The right to privacy include individuals' Constitutional rights against the government. These includes the Fourth Amendment right to be free of unwarranted search or seizure, the First Amendment right to free assembly, and the Fourteenth amendment due process right, recognized by the Supreme Court as protecting a general right to privacy within family, marriage, motherhood, procreation, and child rearing.[2]

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    Tim, thanks for the heads up on this. I called my state senator but he was not in, however the guy I spoke with said he would pass on the message and said they have been getting a lot of calls on this to introduce a bill to keep this info private.

    I also called all my shooting buddies who said they were going to call the represenatives and ask for a privacy law.

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    This is messed up to say the least. Public info or not. If a criminal wants to stake out a house, it's much easier to see who allegedly can't defend themselves. What stupidity.

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    The anti-gun rag in Westchester county NY did the same thing a couple of years ago! One of the rags in Florida outted CCW permit holders in the 90s. Gun Week published the names of rock stars and athletes who packed heat. They also outted 60 Minutes reporter, Leslie Stahl, who is employed by anti-gun CBS and lives down South for half of the year.

    Boycott this Tennessee rag and it's advertisers. BTW is Al Gore's name on the s--- list? Let's give the thieves a list of adreses where they can steal more guns...
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    "He who laughs last , laughs best".........go to Virtualgumshoe.com.............there you may find links to sites to get info on these scum bags............:D

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    63H20...

    Excellent resource... Thanks for the tip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TnDoc View Post
    My suggestion is that ALL private data on the individuals that you list be ferreted out and posted far and wide on the internet - including soc. sec. #s and family details... That is all it would take to bring this insanity to an end. This should also be done for all representatives, senators, and judges in this fair state. All LEO, too.

    There are those on this forum who have the skills to find this info and put it up everywhere...
    Hiya Doc,

    There appears to be folks doing that on other fora, tngunowners.com is where I first read this and reference there was made to folks doing just what you suggest at other forums. In fact, there was other info on these folks, property tax records, or links to same, that I edited out as the links didn't copy. I'll watch there for more info and share it here if I can. Anyone is welcome to add to this with relevant info on the management of the Commercial Appeal, please credit original sources where appropriate.

    I've already been hearing reports on the radio and reading some on the web where members of the legislature plan to introduce legislation to make it a felony to do what the Commercial Appeal did. Let's reinforce that idea!

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    How about a sort of brute force attack on there website. If we post there site everywhere and enough people hit it we can probably crash there server.

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    Updated the info above with staff info at the Communist Appeal.

    Here is a link to email addresses and work phone numbers of the staff:

    http://www.commercialappeal.com/staff/


    Also, the paper has their website configured to allow comments on stories. Several folks posted the staff's info (as above) and even the arrest record of the editor's son. The Communist Appeal apparently doesn't believe their information should be made public (hypocrits!) as they not only deleted the posts, but made their names and addresses forbidden words in the forum software so that they would be censored if someone posted the info again. :

    By the way, editor Peck's son Cody was not prosecuted after having been arrested on disorderly conduct. Wonder why?:

    Thread on TN Gun Owners about the publishing of the database:

    http://www.tngunowners.com/forums/sh...eferrerid=1019

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    Glad I'm in Georgia. That mess sucks eggs. They can go to __LL

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    Heck, i am on the list, not only shows my age but also when i got it!
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    Tim and Fellow Patriots here... Thanks for your efforts on this...

    Sadly, this is the least of our problems. Passage of the Non-Stim "bailout" contains the final nail in the coffin for medicine in Amerika. TPTB are now going to force HIT on all of us (Health Information Technology). This will lead, of course, to sanctioning of providers who don't play along, rationing of all health care, and we can expect the Comm Appeal and their ilk to post our medical records. This is about power over the masses and data mining for TPTB and Big Insurance, Big Pharma, and Big Medicine. Excellent summary from the AAPS (the only voice left for private medicine in this country) - we are so screwed...



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    SUDDEN DEATH FOR MEDICINE?



    It is possible that the theme song for the current Administration in Washington will be "The Winner Takes It All," and its motto, "I won."
    The majority party has changed the rules so as to stifle the voice of the minority. Failed agendas of past decades are being stuffed into omnibus legislation that "must pass" or else the economy will go into free fall. Democracy in action: a 50.1% margin one time can change the rules perhaps forever.
    The disgrace and fall of HHS Secretary-designate Tom Daschle may actually have expedited the enactment of the plan he outlined in his book Critical (AAPS News, January 2009). Key features simply appeared in the "stimulus" bill.

    Who Pays? The Elderly, the Sick, and "Outliers"
    In order to provide pork for the favored ones whose votes and campaign contributions keep politicians in office, money has to come from somewhere. At present, one-sixth of the economy is devoted to "healthcare." Much of this is spent on the old and the sick and the scapegoats who provide the care. This money sink could be converted into a source.
    According to Betsy McCaughey, former lieutenant governor of New York, who provided a trenchant analysis of the Clinton Plan, the stimulus will force doctors to ration care.
    The bill calls for electronically tracking the health records of every American to enable the work of a new bureaucracy, the National Coordinator of Health Information Technology. Its job is to monitor doctors' treatments, to be sure they are cost effective and meet government guidelines.
    Doctors who are not "meaningful users" of the system will face penalties. The HHS Secretary will be empowered to define "meaningful" and to impose more stringent criteria over time.
    The "tough" decisions will be delegated to the Federal Coordinating Council for Effectiveness Research to insulate elected politicians from the wrath of older patients who can't get their joint replacements or cancer therapy. The Secretary of HHS would get a "$400 million slush fund, likely used to set up [Daschle's] dream Federal Health Board to direct traffic in our $2.2 trillion health economy," writes Grace-Marie Turner.
    Daschle admits that the reform "will not be pain free." Seniors will bear the brunt: "Individuals benefit in younger years and sacrifice later."
    The bill allocates more funding for the health control bureaucracy than to the Army, Navy, Marines, and Air Force combined (www.bloomberg.com 2/9/09). This makes sense there's a war against wasteful sickness care.
    At this writing, the bill is headed for conference.
    The AMA "applauded the House measure's investments in health care, including health information technology" in a letter from CEO Michael Maves, M.D., M.B.A. Ted Epperly, M.D., president, American Academy of Family Physicians, also welcomed the bill as a "great harbinger of what's to come in terms of what the priorities are" (AM News 2/9/09).

    Crisis and Opportunity for State Capitalism
    Without any hearings or debate, millions of Americans will be added to Medicaid, Turner writes. Medicaid expansion is "the most plausible path toward universal coverage," states Michael Sparer, Ph.D., J.D. (N Engl J Med 2009;360:323-325). He suggests changing the program's name to remove the stigma and give the program a new identity as a middle-class entitlement. The funding problems he sees, owing to a "society disinclined to limit the diffusion of new health care technology or to regulate the prices and salaries paid by the private health care sector," are addressed in the stimulus bill.
    Medicaid now covers 20% of Americans, up from 10% in 1975. Already at 20% of state spending, it is the fastest growing component. Instead of cutting benefits, enrollment, or providers' pay, a "less damaging and more effective long-term solution," writes Jennifer Fisher Wilson, is to use more managed care for the 25% of the Medicaid population the disabled and the elderly who account for 70% of the spending (Ann Intern Med 2009;150:149-151).
    In other words, delegate inflicting pain to mercenaries in a public-private partnership. Not coincidentally, the might-have- been health czar Daschle collected nearly $250,000 in 2 years speaking to the insurance industry: "not a conflict of interest," ruled Obama. Daschle said he would resign from law and investment firms that paid him more than $4 million in 2 years, including InterMedia advisors, which specializes in buyouts and industry consolidation (NewsMax 2/1/09).
    The marriage of centralized power and concentrated wealth was the key tenet of Lincolnism, writes Daniel Larison (Chronicles, February 2009). "Obama's attempt to connect himself to Abraham Lincoln goes well beyond his publicity stunt of announcing his candidacy at the state house in Springfield." Many other presidents also embraced this idea.

    Cause for Despair? "The political barriers to reform remain immense," writes Jonathan Oberlander, Ph.D. (N Engl J Med 2009;360:321- 323). Obama lacks the supermajorities that enabled Presidents Roosevelt and Johnson to pass Social Security and Medicare. Advocates of "universal coverage" are divided. The economic crisis presents "an extraordinary political opportunity," and intervention in banking and financial systems created a precedent for expanding government but there is still a remnant of checks and balances, and the traditional (and growing) American suspicion of government. And the internet. Obama and congressional Democrats may plan to make history. But their motto might end up as Famous Last Words.

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    This is so true:
    Democracy in action: a 50.1% margin one time can change the rules perhaps forever.
    I actually heard one of the Fox News guys state he things a revolution will happen. I'm beginning to hope so.

    The current occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue seems to have 50.1% of the nation spellbound. I don't get it. He's breaking promises left and right and no one is calling him on it. He's keeping the insane promises, such as (bad) health care for the masses.

    God forbid he gets to appoint a Supreme Court Justice and another 2nd amendment case gets heard.

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