Why I own an AR-15.
Other than the occasional tweet, I have tried to stay out of the gun debate—largely because of Jonah Goldberg’s haunting and compelling statement: “…I nonetheless resent being dragged into the political maw so quickly after a bunch of little kids were picked off by a madman with a gun.” But something has changed that obliges me to share a personal story. Maybe it was Wayne LaPierre’s, | Read More »
In One Ear And Out The Other
A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
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Blame the media for the current gun control fight.
With the gun grabbing left in full swing, and even beginning to attract some of those that at one point or another we endorsed by the NRA, I believe that it is time to start talking about what gun control laws would actually prevent. And for the record no I DO NOT mean mass shootings. However it could lead to more of them. Think about | Read More »
Did Obama’s ATF Overstep DC Police and Allow David Gregory to Break the Law On-Air?
WASHINGTON — Police in the U.S. capital say they are investigating an incident in which the host of a leading television interview program displayed what he described as a high-capacity ammunition magazine. The original hand-written copy of the Bill of Rights, approved by the House and Senate, was prepared by scribe William Lambert and resides in the National Archives. That is if Sandy Berger didn’t | Read More »
The Letter Kills
The Maine Sun-Journal reports: “A man who strolled through Maine’s largest city with an assault weapon similar to the one used in the Connecticut elementary school shootings is drawing fire from both gun control and gun rights advocates. Portland police received more than 65 calls Monday reporting that a young man was walking through the Parkside neighborhood and the Back Cove area with an AR-15-style | Read More »
In the Name of ‘Safety’
Senator Feinstein of California plans to propose legislation that would cripple and drastically alter our gun rights as defined in the Second Amendment. Summary of 2013 legislation Following is a summary of the 2013 legislation: Bans the sale, transfer, importation, or manufacturing of: 120 specifically-named firearms Certain other semiautomatic rifles, handguns, shotguns that can accept a detachable magazine and have one military characteristic Semiautomatic rifles | Read More »
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abortion: Democrats continuous Hypocrisy
It is not the ownership or presence of firearms that cause such evil as seen in Connecticut. Instead it is a society drifting from God into the mentality, ‘I want to be a god therefore I should be in control’. When President Obama said, “These children were our children…”, I instantly thought, “Several years earlier when these precious children were in the wombs of their | Read More »
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Hello, America. This is your gun speaking.
In response to the recent tragic deaths of innocent children and adults, there is a movement by liberals and moderates to increase gun regulations in order to decrease gun ownership. I encourage the liberals to clamor for more controls and regulations on guns. Let the knee-jerk reactionists demand the confiscation of private property. Please, let them because their endless diatribes are solely based upon emotion, devoid | Read More »
Obama hints at more(useless) gun control at Newtown vigil
President Obama tonight hinted that his solution to stopping tragedies like that in Newtown, CT wold be to impose more laws, more gun control. This of course would do nothing to have stopped Adam Lanza, who murdered his own mother stole her guns(she lawfully had) then stole her car, broke into Sandy Hook elementary and went on his deadly rampage. I’ve been saying this all | Read More »
Today’s Tragedy in Connecticut, and the Response
Today’s tragedy in an elementary school near Danbury, CT. is yet another horrifying reminder that the world is not a safe place. The lives of 20 children, likely an entire class of kindergartners, have been lost, as well as 5 faculty members. I will not waste time arguing what will inevitably turn into yet another debate about guns and the 2nd Amendment in the media, | Read More »
Crap Is Hitting The Fan Across America
The United States government is in the process of creating “perfect storm” conditions that will increase the amount of violent crime across the country. More than any other factor, government policies are creating a more dangerous America while at the same time making it more difficult for law abiding citizens to protect themselves. In other words, the crap is hitting the fan. A recent example | Read More »
Gun Advocates: You Can’t Have It Both Ways
Gun advocates – before you lock, load and acquire a center mass sight picture on my avatar, let me say that I’m also a gun owner and a strong advocate of 2nd Amendment rights. But I’m finding that those wanting to learn more about the value of guns in home and personal defense are sometimes confused by language used on both sides of the 2nd | Read More »
Gun Control: Is there such a thing as reasonable.
Gun Control. When you get right down to it, it is an argument that is probably never going to end. Before I get into it. I am pro gun, and I am pro 2nd Amendment. If I had the money, I would probably own some firearms. A good friend of mine has a pair of M1 Garands that I covet…(The WWII historian in me….) Whenever | Read More »
Should Gun Laws, or Any Law, Punish or Prohibit?
Laws don’t stop people from tresspassing or stealing. A moment’s thought will tell you that’s true. They don’t prevent murder either. So why the clamor for “tougher gun laws” after a high profile incident like Aurora, CO? In part, it’s scale and location. Sabotage a car so it crashes and it’s reported locally. But set off bombs on trains in Madrid? Poison your spouse and it’s | Read More »
The Accidental Point of David Frum
David Frum has descended further into deluded, smug surrealism. That occurs in anyone who thinks like Leftist, acts like a Leftist, feels like a Leftist but insists athwart reason and logic that she or he is quite the Conservative. Such is the case with Mr. Frum’s attempt to “Conservatively” agree with US Attorney General Eric Holder that America truly is a nation of cowards.