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Saturday, April 04, 2009

Updated Info on Hollis Wayne Fincher Case

From the MOWCA Blog: 'Appeal of Order Pursuant to Hearing on Remand.'

This was filed in April 2, 2009. Take a look for further info.

The Blood of Patriots and Tyrants

Jefferson's reset button:

"The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants."

My new column at Columbia Conservative Examiner takes a look at this concept and the growing numbers of citizens who believe Obama and Congress are pushing the nation dangerously to the brink of this type of deadly rebellion.

Click, read, and share. Thanks!

Friday, April 03, 2009

LIBERTY ALERT! Bill Gives 'O' Power to Shut Down Internet

Known as the 'Cybersecurity Act of 2009,' a bill has been introduced in the U.S. Senate that would give Barack Obama the power to shut down private Internet networks and Internet Service Providers.

Disguised as a 'security measure in the event of an cyber attack,' the legislation is being blasted by human rights advocates as an attempt by Obama and the Democrats to grab more power by simply shutting off access to information on the Internet when they deem it 'necessary.'

Read more about this stunning development here.

Second Amendment News Roundup for 4/3/09

Focusing on guns, politics, and news of interest, here is today's Second Amendment News Roundup:

From Rev. Kharma: 'Fascist Enablers in Congress.' A MUST-read!

Pax Parabellum has a highly informative post on how Obama and the Democrats plan to use the 2010 Census to favor liberals in elections--mainly by overcounting illegal aliens!

Syd announces that bipartisan legislation has been introduced in the Senate to restore the Second Amendment in the national parks.

JR reports that the media (well, Fox News, at least) has finally caught up with bloggers in hammering away at the lies of the government concerning guns and Mexican drug cartels.

Codrea's Gun Rights Examiner has more today on exposing these lies.

The War on Guns says 'just say no' to TSA bullying!

Armed and Safe posts 'Mexico--the Big Lie.'

Hofmann's St. Louis Gun Rights Examiner exposes some shenanigans in Illinois with regard to the proposed legislation requiring gun owners to carry $1 million dollars' worth of liability insurance. Read it all. This is the corrupt Obama-Chicago political machine at work!

The Newbius Papers has an important message he is sending to Washington concerning taxes. Take a look.

Gun Pundit reports that he has been chosen as the blog of the month by Congrats!

Nicki says that for once she is proud of the House GOP for what they did last night concerning Obama's 3.2 trillion-dollar mega-deficit budget.

From Ride Fast and Shoot Straight: 'Somebody Tell the White House to Shut Up.'

This doesn't sound good at all. Western Rifle Shooters Association alerts us to the fact that the military will be 'standing nearby' when Tennessee law enforcement conducts a 'seat-belt check point.' What the hell!!??

Tam is up to some 'gun stuff' in Knoxville today.

Conservative Libertarian Outpost has an important alert from the GOA.

Days of our Trailers muses about personalized firearms.

Texas Fred announces his new 'Freedom Is Not Free' gift shop.

Notoriously Conservative notes that Obama is a 'bash America' one-man wrecking crew as he tours Europe. Did he take lessons from the Dixie Chics?

Robb Allen posts a story he says he can relate to. So can I. It's been 2 years since the death of my beloved Bo, a 15-year old Lhasa Apso who was my constant companion and loyal friend.

Walls of the City calls our attention to some really ingenious methods D.C. has of impacting its high crime rate. Note I did not say reduce its high crime rate.

Way Up North has a must-read on the global warming nonsense. He should know. He lives in Alaska.

Ms. Underestimated shares a must-see editorial cartoon entitled, 'Turbo Tax Timmy's New Global Currency.'

An Ol' Broad's Ramblings provides more good political cartoons for your Friday reading pleasure.

Failures of the G-20 Summit

Don't believe the cheer-leading propaganda of the mainstream media concerning Obama's supposed great success at the G-20 summit in London.

He failed for the very reasons they cite as indications of his success!

Columbia Conservative Examiner details these decisions that point to abject failure.

Click on the link and read. And don't forget to pass it along to your friends and family who may be interested. Thanks!

Thursday, April 02, 2009

Could Someone Please Explain to Me...

...what the hell this Twitter hoop-la is all about? I signed up for it and use it because someone said that if you write for pay, it's good to get into 'social networking.'

But for the life of me I can't figure out what good it does. So far it seems it's just a plaything for the rich and famous to feed their narcissism. I mean, who the hell wants to know what somebody else is doing, minute by minute, except for stalkers?

Maybe I'm missing something here. If someone cares to enlighten me, I am open to being educated in the vast beneficial intricacies of Twitter...


Getting Better, Feeling Worse

Adjusting to new meds can be an exercise in sheer masochism. Sometimes it seems the illness is better than the cure.

We have some preliminary results of tests, and I won't go any further than that. I do believe in at least some privacy, even for a writer.

While I make these adjustments I may be doing the minimum--the daily Roundup and the column at Columbia Conservative Examiner, the link to which I always post here. I will write more when I feel up to it.

Oh, I can get very cranky when on meds and when I don't feel good. Just FYI.

Thanks for your prayers, thoughts, and daily clicks on the links I provide to Columbia Conservative Examiner.

Second Amendment News Roundup for 4/2/09

Focusing on guns, politics, and news of interest, here is today's Second Amendment News Roundup:

Texas Fred reports the stunning and unprecedented move by a citizen's grand jury to indict Barack Obama.

Days of our Trailers says that Fox News has called out the government concerning its lies about the Mexican drug cartels and U.S. guns. Good!

The Rustmeister provides further commentary on this issue.

From Bloviating Zeppelin: "Money + Power = Social Engineering."

Insight on Freedom has a must-read on Netanyahu's challenge to Obama concerning Iran. I'm glad to see someone back in power in Israel who has a set of brass ones!

Walls of the City says that the Obama administration is turning into the 'who's who' of tax cheats, and he has the list to prove it.

David Codrea reports that Ron Paul has submitted a bill that would require an audit of the Federal Reserve. Good!

From Codrea's Gun Right Examiner: 'Do U.S. Government Arms Exports Play a Part in Arming Mexican Cartels?'

Armed and Safe provides essential reading entitled, 'Don't Kid Yourself, Confiscation is the Goal.'

Hofmann's St. Louis Gun Rights Examiner reports that citizens in Kansas will vote on Constitutional protection for gun rights.

Nicki posts a 'deep dark secret of government.' Take a look!

Say Uncle has the quote of the day, and it's a doozie!

Sipsy Street Irregulars provides required reading on the disturbing growing practice by cops to shoot dogs at homes where they arrive to question or arrest persons. As they say, anyone who is callous enough to shoot dogs is callous enough to kill people at random too!

2A Musing blogs on the importance of gun training.

Alphecca reports highly disturbing news coming out of the G-20 summit in London.

Free in Idaho calls our attention to a very important promise made by Barack Obama that has already gone up in smoke.

Western Rifle Shooters Association posts thought-provoking commentary from Billy Beck. I don't agree with all of it, but most of it is good stuff.

Occupied Nashville has an interesting read on 'slugs vs. buckshot.'

Robb Allen has some sharply-worded commentary on the Moron-in-Chief's visit to the UK.

Tam makes an important point with 'pretty soon you're talking about real money.'

The Wandering Minstrel says 'the wheel on the gun goes round and round.' Take a look.

Breda shows us why we can 'score one for the good guys.'

Michelle Malkin reports the highly disturbing news that 10 House Republicans voted with the Democratic majority in passing a bill to control the salaries of executives in America. Welcome to HELL.

Gun Men

Are you proud to be a gun man or woman?

I am.

Armed citizens hold society together as a check against thugs and tyrants.

Read my column at Columbia Conservative Examiner, entitled, 'Gun Men.'


Wednesday, April 01, 2009

Second Amendment News Roundup for 4/1/09

Focusing on guns, politics, and news of interest, here is today's Second Amendment News Roundup:

Sipsy Street Irregulars reports that China is measuring us for a knock-out blow with their new weapons systems.

Western Rifle Shooters Association posts a this-is-not-a-drill must-read on 'Committees of Correspondence, Protection, and Safety.'

Kurt Hofmann says that Mexican drug cartels don't need U.S. gun shops in order to arm themselves!

David Codrea writes about the lies of the ATF concerning Mexican drug cartels and U.S. guns.

Walls of the City posts a very interesting read entitled, 'Deal with the Devil.'

JR points to a few appropriate comments on Obama's 'change.'

Mindful Musings has a rather interesting graphic on 'acceptable gun control.'

John Jacob H says it's '3 minutes to midnight on the tyranny clock.' Take a look!

From Rev. Kharma: 'Humpty Dumpty and the Constitution.'

Free in Idaho points to some abject cluelessness on the part of Hillary Clinton and the Obama administration.

Ride Fast and Shoot Straight reports that National Geographic did a special on guns, and, as expected, it was totally skewed.

Tam says she's skeptical about the National Geographic story for one simple reason. Heh.

Pax Parabellum posts some important facts for Tea Party protesters on April 15.

Days of our Trailers highlights some potential problems concerning gun sales in California.

The Rustmeister comments on the double-standard in Washington these days.

Live From the Upper Texas Gulf Coast asks a vital question--'Why Not Tighten Security on the Entire Border?'

Notoriously Conservative reports jaw-dropping news that all charges have been dropped against former U.S. Senator Ted Stevens of Alaska due to prosecutorial misconduct.

Traction Control provides a MUST-read excerpt from Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged.

Nicki says that the Senator I call 'Lurch' has called for tighter gun control.

Gun Nuts has the recap and audio of last night's edition of Gun Nuts Radio.

Say Uncle reports on the latest scary prospect concerning the government and free enterprise, and it's not even an April Fool's joke!

Robb Allen blogs about Google ads and guns.

Brigid always provides something worth reading in a style that is elegant, masterful, and thought-provoking. Take a look at 'To Everything a Season.'

Michelle Malkin points to a photo album directly from the eye of the G-20 storm in London.

Gateway Pundit provides an important update on the possible Congressional investigation into ACORN corruption based upon testimony provided by insider whistleblowers.

Standing By posts a good roundup of Townhall columnist commentary for today. Give it a read!

Playing Up the Praise, Downplaying the Dissent

As Obama headed for London today to attend the G-20 Summit, the talking heads of the mainstream media were at their old games again, playing up the worshipful throngs bowed in adoration for the messiah, while downplaying the significant dissent.

And this is the subject of my column today at Columbia Conservative Examiner.

As you will see in the column, there is news on the bias of the New York Times, the failure of the MSM to report ANY of the Tea Party taxpayer protests, and a host of other issues pointing to a cover-up on behalf of Obama.

Thank-you for clicking on the link and reading the column.

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Second Amendment News Roundup for 3/31/09

Focusing on guns, politics, and news of interest, here is today's Second Amendment News Roundup:

JR provides a timely update and reminder concerning the Tax Day Tea Parties being held on April 15 across the country to protest the Obama economic plan.

Roberta X reports that another major newspaper will cease publication and opt for electronic reporting only.

Blogstitution issues a report that says solar energy may not be the solution many thought it would be to the energy problem.

Rev. Kharma has a MUST-read entitled, 'A Dangerous Wind is Blowing.' Read it all.

Syd, over at Front Sight, Press is back blogging again after a break. In this post he discusses 'ammo hoarding.' Welcome back, buddy!

The Rustmeister provides a complete and detailed list of proposed Tennessee gun legislation.

Conservative Libertarian Outpost posts essential reading on the shenanigans of another Clinton. Hillary is up to no-good as usual.

Texas Fred has 'A Single Nuke Could Destroy America.'

Days of our Trailers cites an example of 'the Chicago gun ban in action' (written with tongue firmly planted in cheek).

Nicki writes a very important piece on the latest legal adviser (if you can call him that) to be appointed to the Obama administration.

Mike McCarville says that J.C. Watts has some explaining to do if he decides to run for Governor of Oklahoma.

Alphecca reports that AG Eric Holder has been sued over a gun rights case.

2A Musing has some info concerning firearms training in southwestern North Carolina.

Kurt Hofmann posts a very important read at St. Louis Gun Rights Examiner on 'rationing Constitutional rights.' Read it all.

From Codrea's Gun Rights Examiner: 'Gun Bans Won't Stop Violence but Gun Haters Propose Them Anyway.' Excellent reading!

Breda gives us the complete scoop on tonight's edition of Gun Nuts Radio.

Walls of the City has the hum-dinger MUST-read of the WEEK! It's about the way government is supposed to work, and it's entitled, 'I am Simon Jester.'

Sebastian blogs on 'Obama's Achievement.' This one thing he has managed to do quite well.

Say Uncle has a thing or two to say about GM--Government Motors.

Robb Allen says that 'going Galt' works for insurance companies too!

Western Rifle Shooters Association provides essential reading on 20 soul-searching questions each of us must ask ourselves in this era of hooded jackbooted thuggery.

Mike Vanderboegh needs our thoughts and prayers in light of a health issue, and he provides us with an itinerary to promote his new book, Absolved.

The Eyes Have It: A Personal Word to My Friends

Let me make this as short and to the point as I can.

Today I begin a journey that has been nearly a year in the making. My eyesight was attacked by a disorder of unknown origin. There have been times when I could not see what was written on the screen without a magnifying glass.

That part at least has greatly improved. But the underlying pathology is yet uncertain.

Today I will begin a protracted process to discover that underlying pathology. It will be costly and frightening, to be frank. While I do expect to discover the root cause of my malady, and thus receive a course of treatment that will keep it under control, I peer into that process with a certain amount of dread knowing that my financial status is woefully inadequate and my insurance is, well, non-existent (and no, I don't blame our healthcare system for it!!).

Nearly a year ago I disclosed to several fellow bloggers some of the details of my woes in case my eyesight failed entirely. They know who they are, and they were very willing to accept some of the responsibility for the Roundup should it be needed.

While I do not feel at this point that my sight will continue to deteriorate (in fact, it is greatly improved), I know that many of you will want to know what you can do to help.

And this is my point. The best thing you can do to help me is two-fold. First, you can pray for me, if you pray. Second, you can click on the links I provide to my daily column at Columbia Conservative Examiner.

You see, I get paid according to how many people read my column. That's the way it works at Examiner. The more readers I get, the more I get paid. It's as simple as that.

And it doesn't cost you a dime.

I don't ask for donations, I don't have a tip-jar, or anything like that. All I ask is that you click on the links each day to my daily column. And get others to do the same. This will be of tremendous help and encouragement.

And let me express to each of you who faithfully read this blog day in and day out how much you are valued and appreciated. It's good to know that out here in this dark and dangerous world there is a little band of bloggers and readers who are like-minded on the issues of human liberty.


Obama Uses Intimidation Tactics Against Blogger!

The Fuhrer strikes again.

I have already told you about the blogger who was summoned to the White House due to his You Tube videos that are critical of Barack Obama.

But there is more here, and there is some background info that brings it all into perspective.

And that is the subject of my column today at Columbia Conservative Examiner.

Be sure to click on the links I provide as 'Sources' at the end of the column!

I want to keep this story before the reading public, and you can help me tremendously by clicking on the link to my column above. Thanks!

Monday, March 30, 2009

Second Amendment News Roundup for 3/30/09

Focusing on guns, politics, and news of interest, here is today's Second Amendment News Roundup:

Pax Parabellum has a very important follow-up to the news story we reported on Obama's intimidation tactics against a YouTube blogger who issued a very popular series of videos against Barack Obama.

Armed and Safe informs us of the stunning news that Obama has lied yet again and used the Senate to launch a sneak attack on guns! Read it all.

Dr. John Lott comments on the government's wading into uncharted territory (up until now in America) by micro-managing business from the White House.

Mike McCarville reports that conservative commentator Glenn Beck is taking cable TV by storm.

Rev. Kharma observes that a significant crack has developed in the Obama facade.

Nicki takes a balanced approach when discussing cops, particularly in the midst of so much bad news about them.

Codrea's Gun Right Examiner examines the lies of the ATF concerning Mexican 'crime guns.'

The War on Guns points to a move to waive gun checks for those with concealed carry permits...and the opposition to the measure.

Armed and Safe has an important update on gun bills in Illinois.

Hofmann's St. Louis Gun Rights Examiner takes a look at gun laws that blame the victims of crime.

Western Rifle Shooters Association posts a must-see video entitled, 'A Republic if You Can Regain It.'

CarteachO provides an interesting read on hand-loading the .303 British.

Free in Idaho reports that an attempt to shut down the Tea Party website has been launched. Interestingly, the city government of a Florida town cancelled its Tea Party due to fears that 'the crowd will be too large.' Yet this very town was the site of very large anti-Bush protests.

The Wandering Minstrel shows us the results of his 'two plus one drill' at the shooting range.

Tam gives us some blatantly gratuitous 'gun porn.' Take a look at those Rugers!

Say Uncle provides details on the Knoxville Tea Party on April 15.

Ride Fast and Shoot Straight points to some logical absurdities for gun bans.

Robb Allen has a great read on 'gun myths.'

The Rustmeister posts the quote of the day.

Walls of the City opines on the 'blame America' campaign initiated by Secretary Clinton.

Way Up North, as one who lives in Alaska, gives us an up close and personal update on the volcano eruption.

Insight on Freedom provides today's MUST-read on new information regarding the FCC's attempt to silence conservatives.

ALERT! Obama Intimidates YouTube Blogger!

We told you this was going to happen.

We saw it during the campaign.

It is unrealistic to expect the pathologically thin-skinned Barack Obama to change his ways in such a short period of time.

Obama is now directly and personally engaging in intimidation tactics against his opponents on the Internet.

One great American patriot made a series of YouTube videos that are highly critical of Barack Obama's policies. So effective were those videos that they immediately attracted tons of traffic on the web.

But Barack Obama got a whiff that something unacceptable was afoot--a patriot who is adept at cyber technology used his skills to show the folly of Barack Obama.

Thus, Obama has personally invited the blogger to the White House to 'discuss the disturbing nature of the videos.'

Unbelievable! Click here to read the complete story.

This Is What 'National Socialism' Looks Like

By forcing out the CEO of General Motors, Barack Obama has provided the clearest signal yet that he is pushing the nation toward the Nazi-fascist concept of 'national socialism.'

This is without doubt one of the most dangerous things Obama has done to date.

Read my latest column on this stunning development at Columbia Conservative Examiner.

Pass it along to a friend?

Sunday, March 29, 2009

Growing Talk of Civil Disobedience

Increasingly I am hearing those who would have never considered such a thing in the past talk about the possibility of civil disobedience during these unfortunate times under Barack Obama.

And this is the topic of my latest column at Columbia Conservative Examiner.

Patriots are considering any number of various possibilities as a means of getting the attention of the present government that is apparently out of touch with most Americans.

I strongly encourage you to read this article and pass it along to others. This is one of the most important issues facing us today as we seek to determine the best course of action to oppose the Obama plan to erode our Constitutional Republic.