David Gregory should be arrested for violating DC’s gun law.
Background: last Sunday on Meet The Press David Gregory brandished a 30 round ammunition magazine while lecturing interrogating interviewing NRA head Wayne LaPierre. The problem is, however, that the mere possession of this item is in point of fact illegal in the District of Columbia, where Meet The Press is filmed. The police have been notified, and they are “investigating.” I’m not sure what they | Read More »
NYT still trying to white wash Fast and Furious.
An article in the NYT designed to show the public how much better the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms could be if Gun rights groups and Conservatives would just allow them to have more funding and less legal restrictions Then they go on to throw one more white wash on the Fast and Furious debacle, I guess just to make sure Obama still knows | Read More »
Never Let A Crisis Go To Waste: Marxists Blame Capitalism (and America) For Sandy Hook Massacre
Unfortunately, for the idiots who subscribe to the economic theory proscribed by Worker’s World, Hales never once mentions atrocities committed under Marxism…
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‘Three Strike’ Mental Illness Violence Law May Have Prevented Adam Lanza Slaughter
There was a fear moving across the American heartland long before Adam Lanza stepped onto the nation’s stage and donned the dark murderous mass killer robe. This 20-year-old joined the unique club of notable mass murderers that used a gun as a weapon of slaughter. After his onslaught the gun control hysteria surrounding stricter legislation has risen to a fever pitch. Why purposely avoid holding | Read More »
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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The best explaination ever of why we don’t need gun control
Larry Correia posted the best explanation of why America does NOT need more gun laws. His blog can be found HERE so I’ll refrain from expounding further, but suffice to say his blog is a MUST read regardless of which side you fall on. Mr. Correia is heavily steeped in credentials to have what some have called an ‘Expert Opinion’ on these matters so I | Read More »
Will Your Kids Need Bullet Proof Back Packs and Body Armor For School
Will Your child be safe with a bullet proof back pack and body armor Were the mass murders of innocent children, teachers and school administrators at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newton, Connecticut a wakeup call for parents across America concerning child safety? According to Fox News, many parents are seriously considering sending their children to school with bullet proof back packs and various degrees | Read More »
An Open Letter To President Obama From A Concerned Mother And Grandmother
Dear Mr. President,
I am writing to share with you the sadness I am feeling today in light of all the tragedy and heartbreak we have all felt since last Friday. In fact, I have been feeling this for much longer than that.
My sadness began to swell when I first heard the term “kill Romney” ….
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The Progressives Push For New “Assault” Weapons Ban Is Bad Policy
I stand firm with my fellow members at the National Rifle Association. I couldn’t be more proud to be part of an organization that defends the Second Amendment, which is one of the most important rights within our Constitution. Over the past forty-eight hours, the NRA has been slammed for being somehow complicit in the various incidents connected gun violence – with the most recent being | Read More »
Lyric Control – How Dr. Righteous Would Have Prevented The Newton Massacre
It was just last week when Egyptian President Muhammad Morsi came up with the perfect method of morale-conditioning that would prevent unfaithful or disloyal behavior among Egyptians. He banned songs from the radio that weren’t suitably patriotic and morally upright. Mayor Bloomberg, Senator Schumer and Congressman Nadler (HT: Streiff) turn their animus against fire arms instead of Romantic Music. However, each would agree with President Morsi that having too much free will running around loose allows sick people to make iniquitous choices and visit the misery of their inner demons on the rest of us.
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Megan McArdle, fighting back, and the detractors of both.
Pejman Yousefzadeh reminded me today of this Megan McArdle column where she cataloged all the conventional wisdom of What Do We Do About Mass Shootings, and found all such wisdom to be pretty much ineffective. Which it would be; Megan’s not the first person to notice that the primary goal of a lot of rhetoric about gun control seems to have as its primary objective | Read More »
A Modest Proposal
I dearly want to save the Nation another pointless discussion of gun control. The fact is, crazy people kill people, and Congress can’t or won’t address the the far more contentious issue of controlling crazies. After all, the only solution to that would require banning anyone having ever been confined to a psychiatric institution or anyone having ever been prescribed psychiatric drugs from owning guns. | Read More »
Illinois, Gun Control and the Supreme Court
In the wake of the tragedy in Connecticut, there is much talk about gun control in the news. Diane Feinstein of California intends to reintroduce an assault rifle ban which expired in 2004 mainly because it was largely ineffective in its intended results when it was in effect. I am quite sure that there will be many more such laws introduced and contemplated as the | Read More »
In Marx’s Crosshairs: The Left-Wing Nation Targets WalMart, Tries To Tie Retailer To Mass Murders
While The Nation uses WalMart as its anti-gun piñata in both articles—even invoking the Aurora, Colorado theater movie shooting—it does not explicitly claim that any mass murderers actually obtained their guns from WalMart. Rather, The Nation’s writers merely imply that the retailer is responsible for the deaths committed by mass murderers.
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The Frightening Reality of Humanity
It’s easy to declare the massacre in Newton Connecticut as an act of pure evil. It’s easy to lay blame on the weapon. It’s easy to react in emotional absolutes to such an awful tragedy. The brass tacks answer, if there is one, is found in the complexities and the frailties of the human condition. It’s easy to make simple and absolute declarations but I’m | Read More »