Tag Archives: Gun control

Are You Smarter Than a Supreme Court Judge?

April was not a good month for Americans that still believe the Supreme Court is a font of legal wisdom. Former Justice John Paul Stevens authored an Op–Ed in the WaPost proving you can be ignorant of history, blinded by ideology and confused regarding the plain meaning of words and still get to wear the… Read More »

Moms Group Demanding Stricter Gun Laws Bribe Legislators With Cookies

They say the way to any man’s heart is through his belly! Sounds a bit like bribery, wouldn’t you say?! Mothers Calling on Legislators to Support Initiative 594: Gun Background Checks OLYMPIA, Wash., Jan. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Washington State members of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America will convene at the Capitol on Friday, Jan. 17,… Read More »

How gun free zones and liberal policies contribute to mass shootings

Aaron Alexis was allowed to walk into a Navy Shipyard last week and systematically execute 12 people because his prior arrests for gun possession were never prosecuted and his cries for mental help were never addressed. Instead of prosecuting Aaron Alexis on two separate crimes involving a firearm our politically correct judicial system instead issued… Read More »

Feeling Threatened? Borrow a Legislator!

The reason the debate over the 2nd Amendment is so futile is that supporters of the amendment have two jobs — one expected, the other burdensome. Marshalling an argument for your position is only natural in a debate and if it’s not done, that side deserves to lose. What’s burdensome is 2nd Amendment supporters also… Read More »

Newsman leaves crucial detail out of burglary account

Newsman leaves crucial detail out of burglary account Somehow, Dan Rather is still able to find an audience despite his very public ouster from CBS in 2004 after reporting falsified and unsubstantiated information about President George W. Bush. Of course, his audience has been decreased exponentially, but the holdover from a bygone generation of news… Read More »

Confederate Corner with George Neat – Benghazi, Watergate and Guns

When: Tuesday, May 14th, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where: Confederate Corner with George Neat on Blog Talk Radio What: Yes there are Confederates north of the Mason-Dixon line, and George Neat is one of them. And we’re happy to bring his views to you in the “Confederate Corner” radio show. For more information on George and his… Read More »

Confederate Corner with George Neat – Everything is in the Mixed Bag

When: Tuesday, April 30th, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where: Confederate Corner with George Neat on Blog Talk Radio What: Yes there are Confederates north of the Mason-Dixon line, and George Neat is one of them. And we’re happy to bring his views to you in the “Confederate Corner” radio show. For more information on George and his… Read More »

Eric Holder – carrying guns should be like smoking

Before anyone gets really excited, no, Eric Holder didn’t make this comparison recently. This is a blast from the past, found by Breitbart contributor Charles Johnson, and it dates back to 1995: Wow! So weird seeing Holder with more hair – and no grays! Anyway, it’s always fun to look at aging political animals when… Read More »

The Interview: Terry McAuliffe & the Boston Attack

This post is intended as satire, any likeness to real or imagined people is unintended. This is a work of fiction (A source within the McAuliffe for Governor campaign leaked a copy of this transcript from an interview with a New York Times Sunday Magazine reporter. I felt I owed it to my readers to… Read More »

Deconstructing Obama’s Alinsky Message On Gun Control

  President Obama made a very interesting decision on Wednesday by not only appealing to people’s emotions, but also openly demonizing and mocking the NRA and the U.S. Senate for not passing the Manchin-Toomey plan. It is several tactics defined by Saul Alinsky in “Rules For Radicals.” The first is openly ridiculing the NRA, gun… Read More »

Umbrella Organizations Always Leave Taxpayers Wet

Sen. Tom Coburn (R–OK), a truly great American, has released his annual report on waste, duplication and redundancy in federal programs. Evidently inspecting catfish is both a vital and difficult task, because it currently takes three different federal agencies to do the job. And as soon as someone can reliably map the location of catfish… Read More »