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Friday, August 30, 2013

Trouble brewing ...

... in the NFA arena:
The bill would also increase the transfer tax on all weapons (except antique guns) covered under the National Firearms Act (which excludes most common guns) from $200 to $500 and index to inflation and  increase the transfer tax for any other weapon from $5 to $100.
I know that a lot of folks don't even know about the NFA mostly because suppressors and machine guns aren't in 'common use' these days (though suppressors are making inroads), and so there will probably be some support in general for this provision. It's therefore our responsibility to contact our legislators to make sure that this bill never gets off the ground.


Thursday, August 29, 2013

These are bad signs ...

... for vibrancy in America:
This is the worst video of black mob violence you will see today. Maybe ever: Four black children beat and taunt a three-year old white girl. Then the cameraman posted it on Facebook over the weekend with the heading, “When white people piss black people off.”
This, combined with the racial grievance industry noting that black-on-white crime is "frowned upon", is going to lead to the lynching coming back as a means of controlling feral 'vibrancy'.

This is serious, folks. If politicians and law enforcement will not do anything to stop racial crimes for fear of being called racists, the public will start taking matters into their own hands ... and that is going to be very, very bad for this country.

And I'm not the only one to notice:
It increasingly appears as if the two choices facing America are peaceful segregation or ethnic violence and civil war.  Contra the expectations of the multicultis and the anti-racists, the vibrant community is becoming less civilized as they become more numerous.  The civil rights vision has failed and appeasement clearly works no better with vibrants than it did with Nazis.
 I hope against hope that we don't go there, but if it happens, I'll be ready to defend me and mine.


Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Will no one rid me ...

..,. of this intolerable man?

Former Secretary of State Colin Powell called the verdict in the trial of George Zimmerman, the Florida man who shot and killed Trayvon Martin, “questionable” Sunday.

 His statements are a bit hard to pin down as to what he really means; leave it to the media to NOT ask the questions which would clarify.


Tuesday, August 27, 2013

More evidence ...

... that will be promptly ignored:

Once again, a study from an organization that you would never accuse of being “gun-loving” or “right-wing” seems to disprove the myth that the availability of handguns increases murder rates.  In fact, it doesn’t.
But you knew that already, didn't you?!


Monday, August 26, 2013

I'm back!

I'm back from vacation, and let me tell you ... even if it's a shitty day at the beach, it's still A Day at the Beach!

St George Island was as beautiful (and uncrowded) as ever, even though the weather didn't cooperate. The surf was mostly in Yellow Flag conditions, so neither I, my wife or my daughter got in much at all. We did find that the St Joe Bay in Cape San Blas (at the state park there) was very calm and my daughter found that very appealing.

Anyhoo, I'll try to start back in earnest, trying madly to give you the commentary that you look for as a last resort!


Friday, August 16, 2013

I apologize ...

... for my absence.

I've not had a lot to say, nor seen much I want to comment on. Politically, the Left continues its' assault on America and the Right continues to let them and nothing ever changes.

I'm going on vacation tomorrow and maybe I can recharge my batteries a bit. Until then, be safe and keep your powder dry!


Thursday, August 8, 2013

I'm thinking ...

... maybe the time has come:
The move could spark a backlash from some Republicans and some in the business community, who have said Mr. Griffin defiantly remained on the board after courts deemed his appointment unconstitutional.
Andrew Jackson famously said about SCOTUS Justice John Marshall's decision in Worcester v Georgia, "now let him enforce it." Apparently, Obama and his minions learned that lesson as well.

So, if a government official is nominated in an unconstitutional move, is found by the courts to have been nominated in an unconstitutional move and stays anyway, who's in charge of removing him? Congress? John Boehner? Mitch McConnell?


I'm afraid that we are doomed to fight another war for the restoration of the republic because we have for too long ignored Thomas Jeffersons advice.

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

This is a bit ...

... of good news:
A federal judge in Richmond, Va., has refused to dismiss from a lawsuit several FBI and Secret Service agents as well as local police officers who arrested a military veteran based on an opinion from a counselor who had never met him that he might be a danger.
About time these jack-boots had to start explaining themselves.


Monday, August 5, 2013

Radley Balko ...

... has a long ... long look at prosecutors:

NEW ORLEANS -- Some questions seem particularly prone to set John Thompson off. Here's one he gets a lot: Have the prosecutors who sent him to death row ever apologized?
Man convicted of two crimes he didn't commit (through prosecutorial misconduct), is exonerated, retried and acquitted and yet the men who put him on death row face no consequences.

I've long been a proponent of the death penalty, but as it's currently applied I cannot support it, especially when it could kill an innocent man or woman. Men and women running for office who can't admit mistakes I look at with great suspicion (Rick Perry).

And though it didn't involve the death penalty, even in small-town USA there are instances where prosecutors seem to go for broke because of the nature of the charges.

I understand that Claire Wolfe thinks we're still in the awkward stage, but damn it seems like we're going to have to start shooting ... and soon!