Tuesday, December 23, 2014

The NRA Should Oppose Mental Illness Gun Laws

If the NRA and other gun groups truly supported gun rights for all law-abiding citizens, they would defend people like Clifford Tyler.

Tyler spent one month in a mental facility in 1986 following a messy divorce, where his wife cleaned out his bank accounts and left him for another man. Despite no history of violence or criminal record, he was prohibited from owning a gun for the rest of his life because he was “mentally ill”.

Tyler eventually sued the federal government, and last week a US Appeals Court in Cincinnati ruled to restore his gun rights. It is the first time that a federal appeals court has ruled a gun law unconstitutional since 2008.

Aside from its historic significance, the case stands out because the NRA didn't take part. While the NRA usually gets involved in every high profile gun case, this time they did nothing other than issue a weak statement after the ruling came out.

This is because the NRA doesn’t like to get involved with anything having to do with mental illness and gun rights. Instead, they make a big show of supporting laws to disarm people with mental health problems.

They have encouraged states to share mental health information with the National Instant Criminal Background check system and they have asked Congress to block the mentally ill from accessing guns. After the Sandy Hook massacre in 2013, NRA President Wayne LaPierre called for an “active national database of the mentally ill”.

The only thing these restrictions do is punish law-abiding gun owners like Clifford Tyler, while giving the government another excuse to confiscate weapons. Meanwhile, a mentally ill person who is hell-bent on killing someone will have no problem buying a gun illegally – just like any other criminal.

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Support For Gun Rights Hits 20 Year High

Despite the best efforts of the media and politicians, gun rights are more popular than ever.

New polling by Pew Research shows that most Americans support gun rights over gun control for the first time in two decades.

The poll found that fifty two percent of Americans believe that protecting the right of to own guns is more important than expanding gun control laws, while forty six percent supported increased gun control.

Support for gun rights has risen seven percent in the two years since the school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. The poll reports that there has been a “substantial shift in attitudes” since then.

The poll also found that most Americans believe that gun ownership promotes individual safety. Fifty seven percent of Americans say gun ownership “protects people from becoming victims of crime”, while thirty eight percent believe that it decreases personal safety.

Support for the right to own guns has risen most dramatically among women and minorities. Five percent more women and ten percent more black Americans support gun rights over gun control than they did five years ago.

Public approval of gun rights has been increasing for two decades. In the mid-90s, nearly sixty percent of Americans preferred gun control to gun rights.

Monday, December 8, 2014

Girl Shoots And Kills Stalking Mountain Lion

A twelve-year-old girl killed a mountain lion that was threatening to attack her on a hunting trip in New Mexico.

Alyssa Caldwell was hunting elk with her father in October when he left her alone to gather some gear. Almost immediately, she noticed that something was wrong.

“I already had a feeling that something was watching me or something, but I didn’t see the cat until it was close,” she said.

Just feet away, a mountain lion crouched ready to attack. Although she had never shot anything bigger than a white tailed deer, Caldwell knew exactly what to do. She raised her brand new .30-06 and fired, killing the animal instantly.

“I just raised up my gun and shot it point blank long ways through the body because it was facing me when I shot,” she told CBS News. “The cat instantly flopped over right there, of course I kept my gun on it just in case it got up or something like that.”

Her father came running back, thinking she had downed an elk. When he realized what had happened, he fell to his knees and “got emotional,” Alyssa says.

“I definitely could have died,” she added. “It was probably like seconds away from pouncing on me.”

Caldwell has been shooting since she was five and hunting since she was nine. Her quick thinking and calm under pressure show that, with the right training, anyone can defend themselves in a dangerous situation.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

What Happened To The NRA’s Opposition To NSA Surveillance?

The National Rifle Association wrote an editorial in the Washington Times last week calling on the Senate to pass the USA Freedom Act, a bill that would have limited the National Security Agency’s illegal spying program.

The article called the USA Freedom Act “badly needed legislation” that should be “sent to the White House as soon as possible.”

But the article disappeared just a few hours after it was posted. The only explanation came from the editor of the Washington Times, who said that the article was taken down as a “courtesy” to the authors.

The NRA hasn’t said anything about why it had the article removed, and it hasn’t issued any follow up statement about the USA Freedom Act.

The NRA previously stood strong against the NSA’s illegal surveillance practices. In 2013, it joined a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union against Obama’s surveillance program, saying that the program “could allow identification of NRA members, supporters, potential members and other persons with whom the NRA communicates.”

But when a bill to abolish NSA surveillance actually came up for a vote, the NRA ate its own words. Why?

The day after the article was retracted, the USA Freedom Act failed in the Senate after being filibustered by Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell and other big government Republicans.

The reasons for the NRA’s retraction are unclear, but judging by its close relationship with the Republican establishment, there may have been some backroom deal-making going on.

Monday, November 24, 2014

Texas Governor Shows Support For Open Carry

Texas Governor Greg Abbott reaffirmed his support for efforts to legalize the open carry of handguns in Texas. Texas is one of only six states in the United States where open carry remains illegal.

“If open carry is good enough for Massachusetts, it’s good enough for the state of Texas, Abbott said following his election on November 4th. “If an open carry bill is passed by the House and Senate and arrives at my desk, I will sign it into law.”

Open carry bills have failed in each of the last two legislative sessions. Supporters are hoping this will change with the election of Gov. Abbott.

“I am pretty confident, almost to the point of guaranteeing that we’re going to have open carry next year,” said CJ Grisham, president and CEO of Open Carry Texas. “I think the Texas voter spoke loud and clear in this election, and [the] voices of opposition are in the minority.”

Several open carry bills have already been filed in advance of the 2015 legislative session. Ultimately, the legislators will consider two main versions of the bill, reports KVUE.

HB 195 would install constitutional carry throughout the state, allowing all citizens to open carry without a license. HB 106 would allow open carry only for those with a concealed handgun license.

Gov. Abbott has said that he prefers licensed open carry, which would require all open carriers to undergo a criminal background check.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Israel Eases Gun Restrictions Following Attack

After a horrific attack at a synagogue yesterday, Israeli Public Security Minister Yitzhak Aharonovitch said that he would ease gun control restrictions in order to help Israeli citizens defend themselves against terrorism. He added that the Israeli government is “doing everything we can to prevent [another attack].”

Aharonovitch did not say exactly what the changes would be, but it is thought that he will allow soldiers and security personnel to continue carrying their weapons even when they are not on duty. Hundreds of thousands of Israelis own firearms, although gun ownership there is lower than the United States due to strict gun control laws.

Yesterday’s attacks took place at a synagogue, where two terrorists from East Jerusalem attacked worshippers using a meat cleaver and a gun. They killed four and wounded eight before being shot dead by police. Three of the victims were American citizens.

There have been several attacks in Jerusalem in recent months, including one where a terrorist drove his car through a crowd of people, killing an Israeli-American infant.

President Obama responded to yesterday’s attack with the usual victim blaming, declaring that “too many Palestinians have died” as well as Israelis in the conflict between the two groups.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Knife Wielding Burglar Stopped By Two Different Gun Owners On The Same Day

Last month, a knife wielding Ohio man tried to break into two different homes over the course of four hours. Both times a gun owner stopped him. The man, Michael Roberts, is now in jail facing several charges.

On October 23rd, homeowner Brian Hiner heard a commotion in his basement and confronted Roberts as he was coming up the stairs. Hiner called 911 and used a gun to keep Roberts cornered while waiting for police to arrive.

Police arrived and arrested Roberts, but he escaped from the back of the cruiser and fled into a cornfield.

“This other cruiser pulled up and saw that he got out and started running towards the cornfield and that's when they panicked. They didn't even know how he got out of the cop car, they just knew he got out and the chase was on,” said Hiner.

Following a four-hour chase, Roberts ended up at the home of 15-year-old Justin Kugler, who had stayed home from school with an illness.

“I was home sending an email to my teachers about homework when my dogs started barking and I looked out the window but I didn't see anybody there so I went to the top of the stairs with the gun to make sure there wasn't anybody downstairs and then that's when the door opened and I saw him,” Kugler said.

The young man confronted Roberts a forced him to back out of the house, where he was arrested for a second time.

“Guns have always been an important thing in our family and he knew what to do when the problem came up,” Kugler said. “I feel pretty good about it that I could have saved other people's houses and their property.”

Monday, November 3, 2014

“Gun Free Zone” Rule Backfires At NC State Fair

Three people leaving the North Carolina state fair were robbed at gunpoint last week, shortly after a judge ordered that guns should remain prohibited at the fair. One of the suspects is now in custody.

This is more proof that the only people who obey gun free zone restrictions are law-abiding gun owners.

“By announcing to violent predators that people attending the North Carolina state fair would be unable to protect themselves, the responsibility for this armed robbery of fair-goers lies squarely with Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler, who illegally banned concealed at the fair, and … [Judge Donald] Stephens, who willfully misinterpreted the law to impose his own worldview,” said Paul Valone, president of Grass Roots North Carolina.

Firearms were banned at fair this year after Judge Stephens ruled that allowing guns would be “unwise and imprudent.”

Following the ruling, Grassroots NC accused Stephens of having an anti-gun bias: ”The decision was best summed up when the judge said that if he could find a way to read these statutes to prevent guns at the Fairgrounds, he would do so,” Valone said. “I think that says it all”.

Although the North Carolina State Fair has prohibited guns in the past, many hoped that a new law expanding concealed carry rights in the state would force the fair to change its policy.

Thursday, October 23, 2014

NRA Punishes Conservatives With 2014 Candidate Ratings

The NRA’s candidate ratings for 2014 are biased in favor of powerful moderates and against strict constitutional conservatives like Justin Amash and Rob Woodall.

Rep. Paul Ryan got a perfect A+ despite voting in favor of background checks and gun storage requirements. Last year, he said that he would be open to cutting a deal with gun control groups to close the so-called “gun show loophole.”

Rep. Dave Reichert got an A despite sneaking a proposal through the House in 2011 that would have opened the door to a federal gun registry. The amendment required the Government Accounting Office to “conduct a study of the ability of state and local law enforcement authorities to verify the validity of [gun] licenses or permits.”

Sen. Mitch McConnell got an A + despite having voted for gun storage requirements, trigger locks and other gun control measures.

Meanwhile, Rep. Justin Amash got a B- despite being one of the most principled conservatives in Congress and an uncompromising supporter of gun rights.

Rep. Rob Woodall, also a strict constitutionalist and an equally strong supporter of the Second Amendment, also got a B.

These ratings show how the NRA uses the ratings system to reward its allies and punish anyone who stands up to them.

The NRA turned on Amash, Woodall and several other conservative Republicans in 2011 when they refused to support the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act. Amash and Woodall opposed the bill on pro-gun, Constitutional grounds because they feared it would “hurt rights by conceding broad new authority to the federal government to override state sovereignty.”

Specifically, they criticized the bill’s reliance on the Constitution’s Commerce Clause, which gives the federal government power to regulate interstate commerce and subvert states’ rights. Amash and Woodall didn’t want to give the government more power over guns than it already has.

Now the NRA is punishing Woodall and Amash because they stood up for their principles, while rewarding mainstream politicians like Reichert who not only compromise on gun rights but also actively work against them.

Friday, October 17, 2014

Indiana Man Fired For Being A Gun Owner

An Indiana man was fired from his job simply because he owned a gun, despite the fact that he never brought the gun to work. Now he is suing the company that employed him because he claims the firing was illegal.

Nino Ferlaino had worked as a landscaper at Lakes of The Four Seasons gated community for 21 years when his supervisor found out that he was a gun owner. The supervisor told the Property Owners Association, who requested that he be fired.

Ferlaino’s attorney says that the association violated Indiana’s “take your gun to work” law because it required him to disclose information about gun ownership —and then fired him when they didn’t like the answer.

Ferlaino is seeking punitive damages along with other expenses.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

NRA A-Rated Politicians Take Money From Gun Control Group

Vermont State Senator Jean White, who has three consecutive A-ratings from the National Rifle Association, recently took money from a powerful anti-gun group in Vermont. Other top rated politicians in Vermont have also received smaller contributions from the group, Vermont Gun Sense.

“I did take their contribution because I do basically support their position,” White said. “What I told them is that I do support some level of background checks.”

White accepted $500 from the “gun sense” group. Three NRA A-rated senators received $300 donations, and two received $100. A third, Jim Moran (D – Wardsboro) said he refused the money.

Vermont Gun Sense is a well-funded anti-gun organization that supports universal background checks and other restrictions on guns sold in Vermont. It has reportedly hired the most powerful lobbyists in Vermont and was the third largest spender on lobbyists for the last quarter.

White said that the NRA hasn’t asked her about her support for gun control or her donation from Vermont Gun Sense.

“I didn’t ask them for their endorsement, but they gave it to me,” she said. “I don’t know if they’ll give it to me in the general election again because of my affiliation with Gun Sense.”

White also said that she has never filled out the NRA’s questionnaire, but received their endorsement for her work on hunters’ rights.

Vermont is one of six states with a constitutional carry law.

Monday, October 6, 2014

Taking Out A Drone Will Get You Arrested

Shooting down a drone on your own property will get you locked up.

Last week, police arrested Russell Percenti of Lower Township, New Jersey after he shot down a drone that he says was flying above his home. Percenti was charged with criminal mischief and unlawful use of a firearm. He was released on a $250 bond.

The owner of the drone said that he was using it to photograph a nearby construction project, but Percenti said that the unmanned aircraft had flown onto his property.

If Percenti is telling the truth, then police arrested the wrong man. People shouldn’t be able to fly hi-tech photography equipment onto someone else’s land, even if it is only by accident. And when a drone does come onto their land, homeowners should be well within their rights to take it out.

Unfortunately, this doesn’t seem to be how the law works. According to one article, the castle doctrine doesn’t apply to drones unless they pose a physical threat. If a drone flies onto your land, you are supposed to just leave it be.

By this logic, someone hiding in your bushes and taking photographs of your bathroom window is not a “threat” either. Neither would be a burglar using binoculars scope out your property.

More towns should take a cue from Deer Trail, Colorado and start issuing drone hunting licenses.

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Gun-Friendly Small Businesses Popping Up Across America

While several gigantic chain stores have recently decided to ban guns, small businesses around the country are taking the opposite approach – and it is paying off.

Business is booming at places like Shiloh Brew & Chew in Maryville, Tennessee, which posted a “guns are welcome” sign earlier this year. At The Cajun Experience in Leesburg, Virginia, a promotion meant to attract armed customers resulted in an “overwhelming” response, owner Bryan Crosswhite says.

Crosswhite has even started a website — www.2amendment.org — listing pro-gun businesses around the country. More than 57,000 businesses have already signed on.

Some pro-gun businesses are taking things a step further — not only welcoming armed citizens but also offering them discounts. This too has resulted in increased sales. When Louisiana restaurant “Chicken Express” offered a free combo meal to armed patrons, owner Randal Neel says it resulted in the busiest Saturday the store has ever had.

Another Louisiana restaurant owner, Kevin Cox of Bergeron’s Cajun & Creole, recently decided to give armed customers a ten percent discount. Each day there are between 12 and 20 who take advantage of the discount, he says.

Cox told a local TV station that he is simply trying to make his restaurant safer.

“Don’t [places that ban guns] realize that’s where [thieves] are going to go?” he said. “I want to take the opposite approach – how do I make my place safer?”

While pro-gun businesses have seen a spike in sales, anti-gun establishments have faced an intense backlash. After a gun ban at a Georgia restaurant caused an uproar among customers, the owners were forced to issue a retraction on their Facebook page.

“The sign that was put up regarding firearms has been removed,” the statement read. “It was our intention to get the attention of irresponsible gun owners. But then we realized that irresponsible gun owners do not pay attention to signs.”

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

New Jersey City Bans Toy Guns

If the state of New Jersey didn’t exist, gun rights supporters would have to make it up.

Not content with passing idiotic laws mandating that all guns be “smart” weapons, and prosecuting law-abiding single mothers over simple gun-related misunderstandings, New Jersey liberals are now turning their attention to the true menace of the streets -- toy guns and cap guns.

This week, lawmakers in Atlantic City voted to “ban the sale, possession or use of any imitation firearms – except for non-firing antiques and film prop guns – which aren’t in bright, fluorescent colors”.

Apparently they think that this will somehow increase public safety. “We’ve gotten a lot of phone calls from D.C. and Philadelphia,” said Atlantic City Councilman George Tibbit. “This is catching on. We may be saving some lives.”

Tibbitt didn’t specify how banning toy guns will “save lives” (possibly because it won’t).
Town Hall blogger Michael Schaus sums up the utter folly of this approach:

“Look, guns don’t kill people; but chunks of plastic – that merely resemble an actual gun – certainly don’t kill people…. Only liberals would think that banning toy guns will somehow cut down on crime. Maybe we should implement background checks and registration schemes for Nerf guns as well.” 

This proves – yet again – that New Jersey liberals will do anything possible to discriminate against gun owners.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Anti-Gun Waffle House Throws Out Police Officer For Carrying A Firearm

Texas state trooper Jeff Evans was ejected from a Waffle House last week for carrying his duty weapon inside the restaurant. A company spokesman said that the incident was a “misunderstanding” and that police officers are allowed to carry at Waffle House locations. The chain has a nationwide no carry policy for non-law enforcement officers.

Evans claims that he was displaying his badge on his belt and he verbally informed the manager of his status as an officer. He was also dressed in a “field uniform” of tan pants and a polo shirt. After being kicked out of the restaurant, he vented on Facebook:

“Apparently my Department Approved DPS Uniform is not welcome [at Waffle House]. I was asked to leave by the management and also instructed not to return. They said it was because I was wearing a gun…I explained to the manager that I am a state trooper and he said I still wasn’t allowed to have a gun in the restaurant.”

A company spokesman apologized for the incident, saying:

“In this incident, the manager did not initially see the officer’s badge and should have handled the issue with more discretion. We apologize to the officer for any embarrassment we may have caused him. Our corporate Director of Security has contacted the officer, explained our policy and apologized to him. We have also coached our team on how to better handle these situations.”

Instead of wasting their time expelling police officers, maybe Waffle House should be rethinking its no carry policy for regular civilians. Not surprisingly, Waffle House locations have seen a rash of crimes and robberies that could easily have been stopped by law abiding gun owners. Earlier this year, a man was able to rob a Waffle House in Georgia using only a pitchfork. A few months later, a former Marine received permanent brain damage after a racially motivated attack at a Waffle House in Mississippi.

Despite Waffle House’s anti-gun policy, armed citizens have stopped several robberies at Waffle House locations in the past few years alone. In 2012, a man with a concealed weapon permit shot and killed an armed robber at a Waffle House in South Carolina.  In 2013, an off duty security guard stopped a robbery at a Waffle House in Fulton County, Georgia.

One can only wonder how many other crimes would have been stopped if Waffle House allowed guns on the premises.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Today Show Recommends Protecting Your Family With Anything But Firearms

Earlier this week, a report on The Today Show about “simple tips to keep your family safe” discussed every form of home defense imaginable…except guns.

The tools that The Today Show deem more effective than firearms include activating your car alarm, sleeping with your door open and keeping a can of wasp spray handy.

The report stated that there are 50,000 home invasions in the United States each year. For advice on how to stop these intrusions, the reporters turned to a burly former detective named Wallace Zeins. Each of Zeins’ suggestions was more ridiculous than the last.

First, he suggested turning on your car alarm – as if that would somehow deter a burglar who is already in your house.

“Most people don't realize this, but they leave their car keys downstairs,” Zeins said. “Bring your car keys up. Alarm systems are very expensive, and this is a loud one. All you have to do is hit the keys. They don't realize it, but it's the best alarm system, and doesn't cost them a penny.”

Then he suggested spraying the intruder with wasp spray (which doesn’t work).

"Buy a can of wasp hornet spray in the hardware store or the supermarket, keep it by your bedside or the floor,” said Zeins. “It’s more powerful than police Mace. The great part is, when you spray, it will go 20 to 25 feet.”

And if all else fails, be sure to sleep with your doors open!

“You want your kids to hear what’s going on,” the report stated. “The key is to get the family together all in one place and then get out.”

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

The NRA’s Latest Anti-Gun Candidate

NRA A-rated Democrat Kathy Hochul, who is running for Lieutenant Governor in New York, has given her full backing to New York’s extremist gun control law, the SAFE Act.

The NRA endorsed Hochul in her Congressional election in 2012 and also gave her an “A” rating. Now Hochul is embracing one of the worst gun laws in the country.

The SAFE Act mandates background checks, limits magazine size and includes a long list of unconstitutional gun control measures. Hochul doesn’t have a problem with any of this, saying that the SAFE Act is “reasonable” and that her support for the SAFE Act is not “inconsistent” with her support from the NRA.

 “What the SAFE Act does it gets at something every reasonable gun owner wants to make sure occurs is that guns don’t get into hands of mentally ill people, they don’t get into the hands of criminals, and we do much more to get illegal guns off the streets in urban areas where they are plaguing our streets and killing our children,” she said.

The NRA has a long history of endorsing RINOs and Democrats, but rarely has one of its candidates taken a position that is so blatantly anti-gun. A local gun group, the New York State Rifle And Pistol Association, recently gave Hochul an “F” rating.  She still has an “A” rating from the NRA, however.

The NRA should pull its “A” rating for Hochul immediately. More importantly, it should stop endorsing moderates and Democrats who support gun rights only when it is convenient.

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Colorado Gun Club Offers Free Concealed Carry Training For Teachers

The Centennial Gun Club in Centennial, Colorado is gearing up for the school year by offering free concealed carry classes to teachers. About forty teachers have already completed the course and dozens more have signed up.

Several of the participants said they were inspired to learn about firearms following recent school shootings.

“While I am a teacher, those kids, those students in my class are my kids, and my first responsibility is to protect them at all costs,” said one teacher, who asked to remain anonymous for fear of losing her job.

Since 2012, at least eight states have passed laws allowing armed employees in schools. Last year, Texas passed a law allowing schools to designate workers who are allowed access to guns on campus.

In Colorado, the state allows school districts decide whether or not to allow teachers to carry in the classroom. Earlier this year, the Colorado legislature defeated an effort to legalize the practice everywhere in the state — despite polls showing popular support for the measure.

“People are a little crazy. They choose gun free zones”, said Paul Stanley, the operations manager of the Centennial Gun Club. “We want to make sure teachers at least have an opportunity to become familiarized, face some fears and become comfortable with handguns.”

Monday, August 18, 2014

Six Flags Denies Admission To Disabled Veteran Wearing Pro-Gun T-Shirt

Second Amendment supporters can’t even go to the amusement park without being subjected to anti-gun harassment.

Mario Alejandro, a disabled former Marine who served in the 2003 invasion of Iraq, was recently denied entry into Six Flags Great Adventure in New Jersey due to his supposedly “offensive” pro-gun t-shirt.

The shirt, a Father’s Day gift from his children purchased from the non-profit Reconnaissance Foundation, included an American flag AR-15 and the words “Keep Calm and Return Fire.”

While walking through the front gate, a Six Flags security guard grabbed Alejandro and forbade him from entering. When Alejandro explained that he was an Iraq War veteran wearing pro-military attire, the guard replied: “I don’t care, you have to take that off… or you need to buy another shirt to put over it.’”

When Alejandro refused, explaining that the shirt was not offensive and had personal value, the guard once again berated him and forced him to leave.

Six Flags Great Adventure spokeswoman Kristin Siebeneicher tried to explain their harassment by saying that the park  “does not permit clothing with vulgar, offensive or violent language or images.”

What’s truly “vulgar” is the way in which Six Flags treated the First Amendment rights of a wounded veteran.

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

NRA Abandons Gun Rights For The Legally Blind

The NRA quietly deleted a video discussing gun rights for the blind from its website after facing ridicule from the liberal media.

The video pointed out that the blind should be able to exercise their Second Amendment rights just like everyone else. In it, NRA commentator Dom Raso said: “Every law-abiding blind individual should be able to have whatever guns they want. And if you disagree with that statement or you haven’t thought it all the way through, you don’t take your rights seriously enough.”

But now the NRA is trying to sweep that statement under the rug. Maybe they think that there should be exceptions in the Second Amendment? Do they think that only certain people should be allowed to have gun rights?

The truth is that the NRA cares more about its image than it does about gun rights. As soon as liberals and gun control groups start poking fun at them, they immediately back down and cover their tracks.

The NRA should stop caring so much about their image and go back to focusing on the Second Amendment.

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Missouri Voters Support Nullification Of Gun Control Laws

Voters in Missouri took a stand against gun control yesterday by mandating that state legislators fight against any and all federal gun control efforts.

A full sixty six percent of voters supported Constitutional Amendment 5, which bans state enforcement of federal gun laws.

“When the federal government attempts to enforce a law, order, rule or regulation that violates the right to keep and bear arms, the state of Missouri is now required to step in and defend against that,” said Michael Boldin of the Tenth Amendment Center.

The amendment will also compel legislators to scrutinize existing gun rights restrictions in Missouri.  It also removed language from the state constitution that said it “shall not justify the wearing of concealed weapons.”

Boldin says that the law sets the stage for the complete nullification of federal gun laws.

“Missouri voters spoke loud and clear today. They want their state to stand in the gap and protect the right to keep and bear arms against all comers,” said Boldin. “Today was step one. Step two is now. Pass the 2nd Amendment Preservation Act, banning state enforcement of every so-called federal gun law. And from there, step three and four will be to bring gun control to an end in Missouri,” he said.

Friday, July 25, 2014

Border Protection Officer Points Gun At Boy Scout’s Head

With illegal immigrants pouring into the country from Mexico, the Border Patrol is using its full power and authority to…crack down on Boy Scouts on the Canadian border.

A troop of Boy Scouts from Iowa was crossing from Canada to Alaska when a chain of events took place that ended up with a Border Protection officer pointing his gun at one of the Boy Scout’s heads.

It all started when one of the Boy Scouts took a picture of a Border Patrol agent. The agents confiscated the camera, detained the scouts for four hours and searched all of the scouts’ belongings. The agents also threatened to arrest one of the scouts, throw him in jail for ten years and fine him $10,000.

Then, as one of the Scouts was removing luggage from the top of a van, the officer pulled out his weapon.

Scout leader Jim Fox told TV station KCCI: “[The scout] hears a snap of a holster, turns around, and here’s this agent, both hands on a loaded pistol, pointing at the young man’s head.”

The scouts were eventually released, but not until Fox was interrogated as to why the scouts were transporting “excessive amounts of lighters, matches and knives” (hmm…I wonder).

This is a perfect example of how government thugs bully the innocent while ignoring real criminals like the illegal immigrants who are flooding into states like Texas. 

Fox added: “I am outraged by that fact that you have 18 boy scouts that want to come home [getting stopped], yet we have southern borders and border protection but it's like a sieve.”

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

NRA Backs Anti-Gunner In Georgia

The hypocrites in the NRA are at it again.

First they came out for RINO candidates in Mississippi, Idaho, Kentucky and Virginia. Now they are backing a Republican primary candidate who is openly anti-gun.

Jack Kingston, the NRA-backed candidate in Georgia’s Senate runoff, came out for gun control in 2013 when he said that lawmakers should “put guns on the table, also put video games on the table, put mental health on the table.”

Kingston also told a TV station that gun laws should be dictated not by the Constitution but by academic research. “Let’s let the data lead rather than our political opinions,” he said.

Kingston’s record on non-gun issues isn’t any better. He has been called the “king of earmarks” for creating more earmarks than any other Georgia legislator, he voted to raise the debt ceiling, and he was one of the first Republicans to surrender on Obamacare. 

Yet the NRA has endorsed him and given him an A+ rating.

The NRA’s leaders will do anything to protect GOP establishment – even if it means selling out gun rights, conservatives and their dues-paying members.

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Gun Makers Fleeing The North

Gun companies are fleeing the Northeast and heading south as fast as possible to avoid anti-gun policies.

PTR Industries is leaving Connecticut and investing $8 million in South Carolina, Remington is moving some production from New York to Alabama, and Sturm Ruger is building a 220,000 square foot facility in North Carolina, its first major expansion in decades.

Beretta is also joining the trend, announcing that it would build a $45 million firearms research facility in Tennessee rather than its home state of Maryland.

Gun makers know when they aren’t wanted.

The vice president of PTR, John McNamara, told Reuters: “When folks in the northeast are approached by states like South Carolina, Texas and Georgia and shown what they can be doing, there’s no competition. Connecticut banned the product we make."

In addition to banning assault rifles, Connecticut governor Dan Malloy also blames the gun industry for nearly every shooting that happens in the United States. He told CNN:

“What this is about is the ability of the gun industry to sell as many guns to as many people as possible — even if they’re deranged, mentally ill, [have] a criminal background, they don’t care. They want to sell guns.”

Funny – when you relentlessly vilify an industry and ban its products, it no longer wants to do business with you!

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Idaho Campus Carry Goes Into Effect, With Limitations

Idaho just became the seventh state to allow concealed carry on college campuses. Gun owners are already taking advantage. Since the law was signed two months ago, the number of Idahoans seeking an “enhanced” gun license that would allow them to carry on campus has gone up by more than 50%.

Unfortunately, that number would be much higher if the law didn’t come with a bunch of unnecessary restrictions.

The first problem is that to get the necessary permit you have to be 21 years old – which leaves out most college students. That sort of defeats the purpose of “campus carry”, doesn’t it?

The second problem is the total cost of getting the permit is more than $200, putting it out of the reach of college kids who are on a tight budget.

Finally, the law still bans guns in dormitories and large arenas. The reason for this isn’t exactly clear — isn’t it just as likely that you would have to defend yourself in a dormitory or at a theater as you would anywhere else?

Also, unless I’m missing something, where are you supposed to store your gun at night if you can’t bring it in the dorm?

Not surprisingly, those restrictions aren’t enough for some lefty college administrators. A few of them are now arming public safety officers in response to the “threat” of concealed carriers.

Apparently they think law abiding gun owners are worse than criminals.

Monday, June 23, 2014

NC Strikes Down Jim Crow Gun Law

Last week, lawmakers in North Carolina voted to abolish a Jim Crow era gun law that required gun owners in Durham County to register their guns with the county.

Jim Crow gun laws like this one are a reminder of the racist roots of gun control — something liberals and gun grabbers don’t want you know about. Many state and county gun laws that are still in effect today were originally passed to keep guns out of the hands of blacks.

This kept happening long after Jim Crow. In California in the 1960s, the Mulford Act (which was supported by the NRA) was passed out of fear of the Black Panther movement.

In North Carolina, lawmakers voted unanimously to retract the law. Because the law only covered one county, the bill striking it down didn’t require the signature of the governor and went into effect immediately.

The lawmakers in North Carolina did the right thing, but this law is a reminder of how the government uses gun registration to keep weapons away from anyone who might oppose it. Jim Crow gun laws had nothing to do with crime and everything to do with consolidating the government’s power.

The fact that these laws are still in effect in some places is a disgusting reminder of the real motivations behind gun control.

Monday, June 16, 2014

Thad Cochran’s Mental Mistakes

Thad Cochran’s mental lapses keep getting more and more serious.

Last week, Cochran told Fox News he had no idea that Eric Cantor lost to Dave Brat in Virginia.

Then, he told reporters in Hattiesburg that he did “all kinds of indecent things with animals” when he was a teenager. His campaign handlers claimed he was “just joking”.

A few weeks ago, he gave a long interview to a reporter and then re-introduced himself to her thirty minutes later — having totally forgotten who she was.

This man is not fit for office. At this point he is basically just a prop being wheeled around Mississippi by his big money backers and the RNC.

The newest polls show that Mississippians are finally catching on. Thank goodness. It’s time for some fresh blood!

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

“Coveted Endorsements” Bring Down Eric Cantor

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s decisive defeat in yesterday’s primary says a lot about the shrinking relevance of so-called “coveted endorsements” from insider Republican groups.

Cantor had support from all of the usual RINO suspects: the Chamber of Commerce, the NRA, the National Association of Realtors, and others. Yet instead of helping him, all these endorsements did was make him look like an out of touch insider and a pawn of lobbyists.

Endorsements actually played a bigger role in this race than most people realize.

Outspent nearly 26 to 1, Dave Brat relied on endorsements from Tea Party groups and conservative media figures to raise his profile and propel him to victory.

Support from no-compromise gun groups like Gun Owners for America and National Association for Gun Rights helped him emphasize Cantor’s flip-flopping on gun control issues like background checks.

Backing from conservative media figures like Laura Ingraham, Eric Erickson, and Ann Coulter raised his profile and gave him credibility.

These scraped-together endorsements gave Brat a huge boost, but Cantor’s highly touted endorsements actually ended up hurting him.

Brat attacked Cantor for his ties to big groups like the Chamber of Commerce and the Business Roundtable, portraying him as arrogant and out of touch.

Cantor thought that his Washington connections would keep him safe. Instead, they proved to be his downfall.

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Insider Groups Double Down On Thad Cochran

Now that polls are showing Chris McDaniel leading Thad Cochran, will Cochran’s establishment backers finally admit defeat?

Absolutely not.

While Cochran himself seems to have checked out of the race long ago — refusing to debate McDaniel and actually running away from interviewers — the moderate groups who support him have no intention of letting McDaniel win.

Instead, corrupt insiders are pouring even more money into Mississippi to convince casual voters and Democrats to turn out for Cochran on June 24.

Several organizations have already said that they will continue funding Cochran’s campaign.

Last week, the anti-Tea Party U.S. Chamber of Commerce vowed to continue supporting Cochran through the runoff.

Yesterday, Cochran’s supporters in the RINO-backing National Association of Realtors announced a plan to buy hundreds of thousands of dollars of pro-Cochran TV ads.

Other establishment groups like the NRA — who support Cochran despite the fact that other major gun groups support McDaniel — will undoubtedly continue to campaign for Cochran over the next two weeks.

These groups will do anything in their power to keep Cochran in office and to oppose change.

Mississippians can’t let them get away with it.

Thursday, June 5, 2014

For The NRA, Looks Are More Important Than Laws

Apparently the NRA cares more about protecting its image and sucking up to its sponsors than it does about standing up for God – given gun rights.

That’s why they’ve been smearing open carriers recently — calling them  “scary” and “downright weird” — while ignoring the successes that open carry demonstrators have had in supporting better gun laws in Texas.

The NRA cares more about how open carriers are portrayed in the liberal media than they do about whether or not their demonstrations are working.

The fact is that open carry demonstrations in Texas have been very successful in their effort to legalize the open carry of handguns. Thanks to these protests, both candidates for Governor in Texas pledged support for the legalization of handgun open carry.

Nowhere in the NRA’s statement — or in Chris Cox’s apology — does it say anything about that. Instead, the statement focuses all on how open carriers look and how they have “bad manners.”

The statement doesn’t even mention the handgun open carry law at all, completely ignoring the fact that the main goal of Texan open carriers is to draw attention to the handgun open carry issue in Texas.

Now Chris Cox is claiming that the NRA has been “working for years” on legalizing handgun open carry in Texas. This could not be further from the truth.

The main thing that the NRA has been “working for years” on is making itself look good.

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Kick Out Cochran!

Today is the day.

Stop the corruption.

End the betrayals.

Bring back leadership.

Be a patriot and do your part!

Monday, June 2, 2014

Thad Cochran’s Unanswered Questions

If Thad Cochran wins tomorrow, all of the questions that he has avoided during the primary will continue to fester in the general election. And when the answers finally do come out, Travis Childers and the Democrats will reap the rewards.

Does Cochran actually own a home in Mississippi?

Who paid for the building in Washington where he “rents an apartment”?

Why has Kay Webber, his executive assistant, hosted Democratic fundraisers in the same building where Cochran lives?

Why did he bring Kay Webber on 33 taxpayer-funded trips around the world?

These issues aren’t going to disappear if Cochran somehow beats McDaniel tomorrow. At some point, more people are going to wonder why Cochran has been so secretive and defensive throughout the election.

First, he refused to debate Chris McDaniel, claiming that McDaniel “is trying to make me look bad.” Then, he refused to sit down with the largest newspaper in Mississippi.

Now, he is literally fleeing from reporters. Last week, Cochran was caught on camera switching vehicles and ducking through a building just to avoid answering a few questions.

Cochran can’t run away forever. When he finally confesses to whatever it is he is hiding, it might be too late for Republicans.

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Another Shooting That Campus Carry Could Have Stopped

Murderers don’t tell you when they are going to strike. The only way to stop them is to be ready to fight back.

That’s why allowing college students to exercise their right to bear arms is the best chance for stopping mass murderers like Elliott Rodger, who attacked students at the University of Santa Barbara last weekend. By the time law enforcement responds, it’s always too late.

Yet even “conservative” Republicans are against campus carry. Remember the so-called “guns everywhere” bill in Georgia that the liberal media was panicking about? The Governor of Georgia has stated repeatedly the law won’t allow campus carry. So much for “guns everywhere”.

Liberals and gun grabbers oppose campus carry merely out of paranoia and fear. There is not a single report of campus carry posing a danger to students.

Every time liberals and gun grabbers ban guns on college campuses, they are taking away victim’s best chance at defending themselves. How many more students have to die before they change their mind?

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

The NRA’s RINO Endorsements

RINOs are having a field day so far in the 2014 Republican primaries. Conservative imposters like Mitch McConnell in Kentucky, Mike Simpson in Idaho, and Thom Tillis in North Carolina are all pulling away from (or have already defeated) their Tea Party challengers. Even Thad Cochran is starting to put distance between himself and Chris McDaniel in Mississippi.

And what do McConnell, Simpson, Cochran, and Tillis have in common, besides being phonies?

All four of them were endorsed by the NRA.

The NRA’s political leaders are traitors to conservatives and gun owners. Their political agenda has very little to do with guns and even less to do with helping the conservative cause. All that the NRA cares about is power. They will back any candidate who they think will become a successful Washington dealmaker.

This year, the NRA is supporting RINOs in Republican primaries all over the United States. They have donated more money to Mitch McConnell than any other candidate in the country. McConnell doesn’t even own a gun, and he has voted against gun rights repeatedly.

The NRA also endorsed Thad Cochran and Mike Simpson, who are also weak on guns. Cochran supported Joe Biden’s crime bill in the 1991. In 2004, and he supported Barbara Boxer’s efforts to prohibit the sale of guns without government approved safety devices. Simpson has voted for requiring background checks at gun shows and requiring all newly purchased handguns to come with trigger locks.

The NRA’s most recent RINO darling is Thom Tillis, the Republican nominee for US Senate in North Carolina. Tillis is not just a moderate — he isn’t even pro-gun. In the North Carolina legislature he supported permit-to-purchase requirements and fought against restaurant carry. In a debate earlier this year, he said “you can’t put a gun in the hand of someone who represents a danger to themselves or to society.” Yet the NRA still gave Tillis an A+ rating and poured money into his primary election, helping him defeat Tea Partier Greg Brannon.

The NRA is a big reason why conservative candidates are struggling in this year’s election. Uninformed voters just assume that the NRA only supports pro – gun conservatives. Conservatives and gun owners need to realize the NRA’s true agenda before we let them betray us again.

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Thad Cochran's Residency Lies

Thad Cochran has literally abandoned Mississippi for Washington.

On Sunday, Breitbart reported that Cochran has been listing Washington D.C. as his primary address since 2002. This is even more proof that Cochran is out of touch with Mississippians.

Breitbart found several “statement of candidacy” documents where Cochran lists a primary address in Virginia or Washington. Cochran claims that his primary residence is a “cabin” in Oxford, but Breitbart also produced documents that Cochran signed in 2006 and 2010 saying that the cabin is under a “second home rider”.

This is where the story gets even more interesting. Cochran might have done more than simply lie about his primary residence — he may have received a preferential loan from a friendly bank.

A “second home rider” is an addendum to a mortgage where the person states that they will not rent out their second home. Often, this allows the person to improve his loan. But at the time that Cochran signed the “second home rider,” he did not own any other homes.

If Cochran did not own any other homes, why would the bank allow him to potentially improve his loan by signing a “second home rider”?

Because the bank was in Cochran’s pocket! The bank that issued the loan was BNA Bank, where Cochran’s father-in-law worked as a director until 1994. BNA is now claiming that it made a “mistake” in allowing Cochran to sign the rider, but forgive me if I am not convinced.

Nobody knows if Cochran actually received preferential treatment on his loan. But if he did, it is exactly the kind of corruption that he is infamous for. And it is the exact kind of trickery that needs to be flushed out of Washington.

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

STSA: "Brewer Vetoes Two Gun Bills"

Originally posted: April 22, 2014 by Gregory Smith

"It’s time to lower Brewer’s A+ NRA-rating, because these vetoes are a betrayal of our values.

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has vetoed two major pro-gun bills that would have allowed concealed-carry permit holders to take their guns into government buildings and would have punished cities and towns that enact gun ordinances stricter than the state’s own laws.

Brewer vetoed Republican House bills 2339 and 2517 on Tuesday.

House Bill 2339 would allow gun owners with concealed-carry permits to bring weapons into government buildings unless security measures — including armed guards, metal detectors and gun lockers — are in place. The measure by Rep. Brenda Barton of Payson excludes public K-12 schools, community colleges and universities.

House Bill 2517 by Rep. Steve Smith of Maricopa would impose fines on cities, towns and their lawmakers who enforce gun ordinances more strictly than the state’s own laws.
Source: https://news.azpm.org/p/local-news/2014/4/22/33478-brewer-vetoes-gun-bills/

What’s the point of having Republican-majorities in Arizona if the governor doesn’t have the guts to sign the legislation? Where’s the Jan Brewer that stood against Obama? That took heat for her positions against illegal aliens? Has she become an establishment Republican? Does she have presidential aspirations?

Because let me tell you, Chris Christie is pretty much finished, and so is Jan Brewer if she continues to betray the 2nd Amendment."

Thursday, April 24, 2014

The Real Message of Thad Cochran's Katrina Ad

Cochran and his big money donors have been running an attack ad hitting Chris McDaniels on his comments about Hurricane Katrina. Cochran also has a video on his website about Katrina. DO NOT BE FOOLED — these videos have nothing to do with the hurricane, and everything to do with defending Cochran’s government spending. Cochran is only bringing up Katrina to remind Mississippians how much we love his earmarks.

In the Katrina ad, Cochran talks about how McDaniels “won’t do anything” for Mississippi. This ad is not about Katrina. It is about pork.

Cochran is wrong if he thinks that Mississippians are going to put him back in office because he is so good at spending money. Mississippi and America have changed since Trent Lott said: “Pork is federal spending north of Memphis.” The country has gotten deeper into debt, and Mississippians have gotten a lot smarter about government spending. We’ve wised up to the dangers of spending like there is no tomorrow — something Cochran knows a little bit about.

Cochran seems to think that Mississippians are too stupid to realize that funding pork for Mississippi is just as bad for America as funding pork for any other state. He thinks we are too dumb to know that the federal deficit goes up no matter where the money goes. Usually, politicians don’t get anywhere by insulting their voters intelligence.

Guns Everywhere? Not Really

The morons from CNN and MSNBC are calling the bill that Georgia passed yesterday the “guns everywhere” bill. That is a bald faced lie. This law doesn’t change all that much in Georgia. It is still illegal to carry firearms on college campuses, in secured government buildings, and in church (unless you get permission from your pastor.)

The bill is not a cure-all for gun control. It is a compromise.

A bunch of Democrats, including Jimmy Carter’s grandson Jason Carter, voted for the bill. Carter said he “helped make the bill better than it was when it first started.” Even Governor Deal admitted that the bill was a compromise: “The main story that should come out of it is the final product is significantly different from earlier versions. And some of the more [pause] interesting parts were removed.”

One of the “interesting parts” that Governor Deal is talking about would have made it legal for law-abiding Georgians to carry guns in secured government spaces. That measure was in the original bill, but politicians backed down. That just goes to show what Georgia politicians really think about guns. If they don’t want people carrying guns around them, they must not truly believe law-abiding gun owners make the world safer. Politicians always say they support gun rights when it gets them votes, but they don’t put their money where their mouth is.

And these are the same politicians who the liberal media are calling gun nuts and “extremists.” Leave it to the liberal media to portray a moderate, bi-partisan bill as an act of domestic terrorism.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Let Them Fight

This article basically confirms what every veteran that I have ever talked to tells me. They go to war to fight terrorists and they end up having to follow rules of engagement that protect the terrorists and put American soldiers at risk. And then the Democrats try to cut the pensions of veterans, even though they blow our money on everything else. Our government is disgusting.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Bloomberg’s NRA attack group

Let Mike Bloomberg and the NRA have each other. If the NRA goes, it will leave an opening for true conservative gun groups that don’t support RINOs and Democrats. If Bloomberg thinks that taking out the NRA will make gun owners go quiet, he is sorely mistaken.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Federal government buzzing with police state activity

The march of federal tyranny continues unabated. Check out the evidence from this week alone.

-President Obama has confiscated every single Apache helicopter from the National Guard and given them to the military. This would severely weaken states’ abilities to defend themselves from the federal government.

-Add the Postal Service to the list of seemingly harmless federal agencies that are buying up huge quantities of anti-personnel ammo.

-Here in Mississippi, DHS stooge Thad Cochran just earmarked a $500 million “cutter” for the Coast Guard. I thought that battleships were meant for the Navy, not for paramilitary law enforcement.

-The “cattle battle” in Nevada is nothing less than federal overreach on law abiding Americans. Now it looks like Harry Reid might have been involved in the case. It turns out his former Deputy just got a powerful job at the Nevada Bureau of Land Management — consider me shocked!

Monday, April 7, 2014

UFO? Government drone?

You might have heard about this “UFO” they spotted down in Jackson County. A couple was looking at footage from their trail cam when they saw some lights hovering in the air and flying around. The trail was all lit up with a floodlight, but there weren’t any lights on the camera or anything. People are saying that it might be an alien spacecraft or some such nonsense.

I admit that lights are pretty strange, but I think you have to be logical about this kind of thing. It’s a lot more likely that it isn’t a UFO, but a government drone.

The government has drones flying all over the world these days, and there are a bunch of military bases down in those parts. Doesn’t it make sense that they were flying some of their equipment around out in the woods for training?

Unfortunately I haven’t been able to find any video of this object, but if there is video I bet you could see the “UFO” hovering around just like drones do. Even the guy who took the video thinks it is a drone.

The news segment I saw just had still photos, but it still worth checking out.


Monday, March 31, 2014

The NRA sells out conservatives for Cochran

The sun rises, the sun sets, and the NRA endorses another RINO traitor. Thad Cochran is the most recent bureaucratic coward that the NRA is sucking up to, but he will not be the last. I am sick of the NRA selling out conservatives to support these idiots.

The NRA couldn’t care less about whether their politicians are committed to gun rights or any other cause. All they really care about is money. You might remember back in 2010, when they were going to endorse Harry Reid before conservatives flipped out. What had Reid done to deserve their blessing? Secured a $61 million earmark for an NRA shooting range in Nevada.

There is no rational reason why any gun group would endorse Thad Cochran over Chris McDaniel. Cochran doesn’t give a rat’s a$$ about guns, but McDaniel has fought for gun rights in Mississippi by writing a State Senate bill to protect Mississippians from a federal gun grab. That is why the National Association of Gun Rights endorsed McDaniel. In their endorsement they said: “Gun owners need a leader that will fight tooth-and-nail to make sure that anti-gun legislation doesn’t even make it to the floor in the first place.” McDaniel would make gun rights a priority, and Cochran would not.

Cochran is the exact type of “Republican” that we need to run out of Washington. His only skill is feeding dollars to his powerful allies. Before earmarks were banned, Cochran led the entire nation in earmark requests. That’s why half the buildings in Mississippi are named after him.

Instead of taking a stand against Cochran’s greed, the NRA is rolling over for him. Cochran’s pork barrel spending is the only thing that the NRA cares about. They sure as hell aren’t supporting him for his record on guns!

NRA members better start holding their leadership accountable for this kind of crap. If they don’t, then they are just sheep like all the other libtards out there.

Friday, March 28, 2014

10 ways to annoy liberals

1. Remind them about Al Gore’s carbon footprint.
2. Remind them that Michael Moore moved his studio to China to avoid using union labor.
3. Remind them that the SEIU ran a union busting campaign against its own employees.
4. Tell them that Palestinians are an invented people created by the left to oppose Jews.
5. Remind them that Republicans ended slavery and gave women the right to vote.
6. Remind them that Barney Frank had a long-term live-in relationship with a male prostitute.
7. Point out that the mistakes that led to 9/11 were Clinton’s fault.
8.  Remind them that Obama claims to be a man of the people, but he has spent more taxpayer money on travel and vacations than any president in history.
9. Remind them that the savages in Occupy Wall Street have gotten arrested 10,000 times, and no one has ever been arrested at a Tea Party Rally.
10. Point out that an anti-gun Democrat politician was recently arrested for gun trafficking.

Friday, March 14, 2014

Obama: Coward abroad, Tyrant at home

Obama a weakling when he is dealing with our enemies, but he is practically Joseph Stalin towards his own people. There is a simple explanation for this — Obama is actively trying to destroy the United States from the Inside. It is the only way to explain his behavior, and it makes perfect sense.

Obama comes from a radical Marxist tradition that blames the “system” for everything bad that exists in the world. For Obama and his comrades, the “system” — by which they really mean the American way of life — is the greatest evil that exists and it must be destroyed at all costs.

That is why he is such a coward with Putin and Iran. He simply doesn’t think that America should be powerful. He thinks that our country is worse than other countries, and that the people of Ukraine and Syria and Israel will be better off without our protection. That is why he backs down all the time.

Even though he is a coward abroad, Obama is a tyrant when it comes to his own people. This is also because he thinks American society is evil and he wants to destroy it. He is taking away our religious freedom, our privacy, and sending taxes through the roof so that he can remake the country in his own image. When he is finished the American way of life won’t exist any more.

Obama also thinks that Americans are too dumb to notice what he is doing. He thinks he can buy people off with health care and bloated pensions and they will just let him destroy everything that makes America great. Maybe that will work for some of the fools in this country, but not me. Now that I have figured out what makes him tick, everything makes a lot more sense.