Friday, October 4, 2013

Unarmed Woman Murdered in the District of Criminals

Just yesterday I was remarking on the killing of Miriam Carey by the Washington, District of Criminals Police.  Ms. Carey had no weapons in her possession.  What made her dangerous was her driving.  In more civilized cities, police drive the car off the road or box it in.  In the District of Criminals, the lives of two-legged slugs such as Obama, Reid, and Pelosi are considered so valuable that the extraordinary measure of state execution is justified.  Tyranny has not only reared its head, it was broadcast on every TV station, printed in every newspaper, and splashed across the world wide web.  Like a good lapdog, the media laps at the bowl provided by its Obo-master and expels the flatulence it calls news.  How sickening.

Bill Buppert expressed it better than I in Celebrating Thuggery: Clown Posse on the Potomac.

Sunday, September 15, 2013

Sign the Petition to Give Obama's Nobel Peace Prize to Putin

Putin kept us out of a war in Syria, has called for defending the Christians in Syria, and opposes the terrorist rebels in Syria.  Obama wants us to go to war in Syria, has done absolutely nothing to defend oppressed Christians in the Middle East and North Africa, and has supported Islamist rebels not only in Syria, but in Tunisia, Libya, and Egypt.  Which one really deserves the Nobel Peace Prize?  My vote is for Vladimir Putin.

Vote here.

Hat tip to Bare Naked Islam.

Sunday, September 1, 2013

Quote of the Day

"George W. Bush, the object of endless scorn and derision, had 30 countries behind him a "Coalition of the Willing" that supported us, joined us, sent troops. Obama, OTOH, has no one. Not even Congress. Not even the American people. The effete commander in chief is going it alone. How's returning the Winston Churchill statue working out for you, Mr. President?"

Pamela Geller, at Atlas Shrugs.

Ms. Geller's article, that I have linked to, has another quote that sums up my feelings about the misadventures of Obama in Syria.  That Germans "sense a possible "Archduke of Ferdinand" response igniting a World War too close to home".  I note that Secretary of State Lurch was set up as the fall guy, so that Obama has cover whether it was a mistake, a war crime, or decides on another apology.

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Quote of the Day: I am Spartacus because...

"I am Spartacus because a Rodeo Clown CAN laugh at the king. As can we all. As SHOULD we all."

--Sarah Hoyt, at According to Hoyt

Just so we know what I'm referring to, the Missouri rodeo clown:

Exercising his Constitutional right to freedom of expression and poking fun at the real clown:

Saturday, July 20, 2013

James Woods nails Queen Hussein

Gotta love James Woods. On Twitter yesterday he zinged President B. Hussein Obama over the "I could have been Trayvon" speech.

Some Wooden gems:  "Does the President of the United States have any advice for other teenage boys in America?" and "ALL youth of every heritage in this country would benefit from jobs and manageable student loans, NOT a bloated Welfare State."

And the winner:  "The only reason people lock their car doors when Obama walks by is they are afraid he'll tax them to death..."

Source:  Twitchy and MSN.

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Quote of the Day -- Walid Shoebat on Immigration "Reform"

As the immigration debate continues to rage, its proponents insist conscientious objectors to the plans of the Gangs of eight (Senate and House) are racist xenophobes who simply have no compassion for Mexican nationals that desperately want a better life. Yet, the small minds of such accusers are impenetrable to painful facts. The ‘race card’ is a ‘bully card’ and bullying is the most base of human tendencies that requires brain activity from little more than the brain stem. Such individuals are either pushing an agenda or are the useful idiots of those who are.

Walid Shoebat, former member of the Muslim Brotherhood, at

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

That Time Again

Another year older today.

Friday, April 26, 2013

R.E.O. Deathwagon

Damn You, Ransom E. Olds!  And damn your interchangeable automobile parts giving rise to the modern automobile industry and mass production of death machines.

A person is three times more likely to be killed by an automobile than by a gun.  It's high time to ban the automobile.

The U.S. homicide rate was 4.7 per 100,000 persons in 2011.  That would be 14,570 homicides in a population of 310,000,000.  67.5% of homicides were by gun.  That is 9,835 homicides by gun.

The number of automobile deaths in 2011 was 32,367 in the U.S.  Over three times the amount of gun homicides.

Put another way, the number of automobiles in the U.S. is somewhere around 255,000,000.  With 32,367 deaths, that would mean that 0.0127 percent of automobiles are involved in a death in 2011.  A very small percentage.

With 300,000,000 guns in the U.S., we have 9,835 gun homicides.  That is 0.00328% of firearms involved in a homicide in 2011, about one-fourth the rate for automobiles.  A very, very small amount.

The rate may be even less due to an error of methodology which favors the automobile:  Most gun homicides are of a single person.  Automobile fatalities where one automobile collision results in multiple fatalities are common. 

The bottom line:  Chuckie Schumer, Diane Fineswine, Mayor Boob-berg, the Manchurian Hawaiian, and others of the anti-gun ilk are missing the boat.  If they really wanted to save lives, they would get straightaway to banning the automobile.

Sadly, Chuckie, Ms. Fineswine, Boob-berg, the Kenyan-in-chief, and other collectivist totalitarians are more interested in consolidating political power and subjugating the citizenry than in saving lives.

That also explains the burgeoning business in government contracts to supply black pajamas and large amounts of ammunition.

Thanks to Karl Denninger for planting the idea:  Why We Can't Have a "Reasonable Discussion" on 2A.

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Federal Budget Sequester Begs This Question

I think we deserve an answer to this question from Reichsfuhrer Napolitano. And not in the form of more demagoguery about right wing extremists like me, gun owners like me, taxpayers like me, non-collectivist/communist/bloomberg-nannyist/democrats like me, nativists like me, and non-obama fans like me.  Also not in the form of jack booted thuggery, massive ammunition purchasing, public intimidating, and sexually molesting like Janet's employees.

How about how you are going to enforce the borders, quit allowing the importation of America's enemies, and actually investigate people who tells us that they intend to do harm to America, no matter what color their skin is or if they share the same religion as Barack Obama and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev?

Shamelessly stolen from BareNakedIslam.

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Comment on Obergruppenfuhrer Sebelius' Plan to Violate Your Health Care Records Privacy Rights

David Codrea has asked for concerned citizens to comment on Obergruppenfuhrer Sebelius' proposed HHS rule for changes to HIPAA, which would allow access to mental health records as part of a background check for firearms purchases.

Of course, I am opposed to such a violation of citizens rights.  My comment is as follows:

How Orwellian.  This is the same government that does not vet its presidential candidates, prohibits requiring identification to vote, and does everything it can to prohibit states and employers from ensuring that only US citizens are eligible for legal employment. 

It must be tough promulgating such a new rule.  While it may not have the support of gun owners such as myself, who are not likely to be communists, er...  democrats, don't you think you are risking alienating the mentally ill, who usually are democrats.  Cases in point:  Christopher Dorner and Jared Loughner.  I realize that Christopher Dorner is dead, but when did that ever stop a democrat from voting.  I mean, Kathleen Sebelius' career would not have even got off the ground without the dead, mentally ill, and fictional people voting.




Yes, my comment is a bit extreme.  Someone once said, "Extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice."  I agree.

Leave your comment here.

Sunday, March 31, 2013

Quote of the Day: Frank Zappa on Government

I believe that people have a right to decide their own destinies; people own themselves. I also believe that, in a democracy, government exists because (and only so long as) individual citizens give it a 'temporary license to exist'–in exchange for a promise that it will behave itself. In a democracy, you own the government–it doesn't own you.

Frank Zappa

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Addams Family Foreign Policy

I would actually rather have the real Lurch as Secretary of State.  Lurch and Kerry are like Jekyll and Hyde, with Lurch as Dr. Jekyll.  To the best of my knowledge, Lurch never:
--Lied about his military service;
--Protested against his country while the country was at war;
--Was for military action before being against it;
--Has been portrayed as a waffle;
--Voted for Obamacare;
--Voted to disarm Americans;
--Associated with Jane Fonda;
--Spoke French at home; or
--Cozied up to America's enemies.

Just sayin'.

Saturday, February 2, 2013

O, No! Loon Gunman finds The Smoking Gun!

I hope that Press Secretary Jay Cravenly got lots of overtime for this one.  Only he must have been so tired he forgot to airbrush out the steam locomotive coming through the woods.  You can see it just behind the  barrel of the shotgun.

Note to Loon Gunman:  Aim up at the clays, not down at Joe Biden.  Naw, I take that back. 

Note to Pseudo Constitutional Law Professor from Practicing Attorney who has actually read the Constitution:  I can do whatever I want to your photo.  It's called satire, dumbass.  Satire of a public figure is protected by the 1st Amendment to the United States Constitution, a document you are utterly ignorant of.  Jerry Falwell found that out in 1982 or so when he sued Hustler publisher Larry Flynt.  If you were really a lawyer and/or professor of constitutional law, you would know that.

Inspiration from TL Davis, David Codrea (I stole the photo from him), and Pamela Geller (I stole "Loon Gunman" from her).

Of course, the best photo was the one Pamela Geller borrowed from BigFurHat

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Quote of the Day

"The power of the sword, say the minority..., is in the hands of Congress. My friends and countrymen, it is not so, for The powers of the sword are in the hands of the yeomanry of America from sixteen to sixty. The militia of these free commonwealths, entitled and accustomed to their arms, when compared with any possible army, must be tremendous and irresistible. Who are the militia? Are they not ourselves? Is it feared, then, that we shall turn our arms each man against his own bosom. Congress has no power to disarm the militia. Their swords and every terrible implement of the soldier are the birthright of Americans. The unlimited power of the sword is not in the hands of either the federal or state governments but where, I trust in God, it will always remain, in the hands of the people."

Tench Coxe, anti-federalist, quoted from his writing as "A Pennsylvanian" in The Pennsylvania Gazette, February 20, 1788.

Hat tip to Kurt Hofmann for his mention in "Call Them 'Regime Change Rifles'".

Sunday, January 13, 2013

Public Service Announcement: Available AR Magazines

A tip from Survivalblog:  Mako Group has Israeli 30 round AR magazines for $18.70 each, not a backorder item.  Find them here.  I ordered mine.  Was quick and easy ordering.  Site said 21 business days for delivery, but that is not bad, considering.

Also, Sportsmans Guide, which has thoroughly pissed me off with their decision to charge Washington State sales tax (and the incorrect amount, to boot, charging 9.5% where state is 6.5% and local add-on is 2.2%) just because they sell a few items through Amazon.  I only order from Sportsmans Guide when the deal is worth it considering sales tax, but they are taking backorders on a lot of magazines, including Thermold and Tapco magazines.  These fall into the "worth it" category because, so far, Sportsmans Guide has not raised the price on anything I have ever backordered.  They also don't charge the credit card until the order is shipped.  I placed an order for backordered Thermold 20 rounders on December 24, they shipped on January 7 and will arrive tomorrow.  To get $25 off a $185 order use code SPGGUNS12 at checkout (don't know when it expires).

By the way, I always check RetailMeNot for coupon codes prior to buying anything online.  I can almost always find a good Sportsmans Guide code there, better than the ones I get from Sportsmans Guide.

On other magazines, Wholesale Hunter is allowing backorders at reasonable prices, especially the MecGar magazines I like for my pistols. Downside is they charge the credit card up front and does not project when the items will arrive or ship. 

Note to Dianne Feinstein and other reptilian-brained politicians:  I'm not stocking it up just to turn it in.

MOLON LABE, M****RF*****S!