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Thursday, July 02, 2009

As July 4 Nears, the 'Perfect Storm' Approaches

Dark storm clouds loom over the Republic this July 4. Cherish your liberty while you can.

Read all about it at Columbia Conservative Examiner.


Wednesday, July 01, 2009

'Going Galt' Plan Needs Major Adjustments

In order to be effective, the logistical problems with the 'call in conservative, Going Galt' day need to be corrected. Major adjustments are needed if the plan is to be successful.

Read all about it today in my column at Columbia Conservative Examiner.

Tell a friend?

Second Amendment News Roundup for 7/1/09

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

Kurt Hofmann reports that the Brady Campaign admits proposed gun laws deny due process, but they don't care.

Conservative Libertarian Outpost reminds us that Cap and Trade is a failure on all counts. Remember to contact your Senators to tell them you oppose the bill.

Texas Fred posts the opposing viewpoint on 'call in conservative' day on July 30. A personal word--the plan was not mine, nor did I have a hand in planning it. I reported it. Obviously there are problems with the plan as it now stands. But with some important adjustments, I can see it working well.

David Codrea says that the victory of The Big Joke (Al Franken) is no joking matter for gun owners. Read it all.

Say 'Happy Birthday' to our good friend over at The Newbius Papers.

Mike McCarville cites an important poll concerning Obama gun control and gun sales.

Tam has an important quote from Jim Crillo on self-defense that is worth a read, in case you missed it.

Sipsy Street Irregulars provides interesting reading on Megan Fox, the Leviathans, and middle America.

From Rev. Kharma: 'Washington Bled to Death. Will History Repeat Itself Once More?'

Way Up North has all the latest news from Alaska, including the numbskull who wrote a major hit-piece bashing Sarah Palin, once again. What are the 'progressives' so afraid of? They are scared sh*tless of Sarah Palin!

Gun Nuts posts a wrap-up and audio of last night's edition of Gun Nuts Radio.

Sebastian says that the federal government is now completely out of control. I agree 100%. The question remains how best to proceed to tame it.

Standing By has a worth-while read today entitled, 'Making Trade-Offs.' Read it all.

Pax Parabellum points to another 'going Galt' initiative: 'Starve the Beast.'

Uh oh. Say Uncle reports that federal agents are going door-to-door hunting for guns.

From Ride Fast and Shoot Straight: 'The Folly of Banning Stuff.'

Free in Idaho has the quote of the day on the Second Amendment.

Days of Our Trailers sends an alert on an important gun bill in Illinois. Don't miss this!

Walls of the City informs us of the legal challenge to the restaurant carry law.

Paul Davis passes along this highly important article from the WSJ on Honduras and 'Obama's true colors.'

Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Conservatives 'Going Galt' on July 30!

On July 30 millions of conservatives plan to 'call in conservative'--no work and no spending money on that day.

This is protest with teeth. Read all about it at Columbia Conservative Examiner.

Spread the word!

Monday, June 29, 2009

Second Amendment News Roundup for 6/29/09

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

Brigid has been doing some reloading and has a great post and photos about it.

David Codrea reports that gun owners in South Africa are safe for now--pending legislation that would make them all unwitting criminals.

Kurt Hofmann delivers the news that a gun range is fighting for survival in the face of relentless legal attacks from the county government.

John Jacob H reminds us that it's ok to say NO! and be proud.

21 Guns Salute re-posts his very first blog essay upon his 1st anniversary as a blogger. Congrats, my friend!

Armed Citizen has a story that I'm always glad to see--a homeowner who shoots an armed home-invader, defending his life, family, and property.

Mindful Musings posts THE must-read quote of the week!

Pax Parabellum reports that North Carolina is destroying blogs and web entrepreneurship. One more example that North Carolina has turned into the California of the South.

Conservative Libertarian Outpost has good reading on piracy and the right to self-defense.

Insight on Freedom reminds us of the importance of inundating the U.S. Senate with demands that they vote NO on the ominous cap-and-trade legislation.

Standing By also has an excellent read on the Obama-Congressional attack on the U.S. economy.

Tam provides interesting reading on CCW in Indiana.

From Sipsy Street Irregulars: 'Why I Own Guns.' Excellent!

Say Uncle posts an NRA-alert for its members in Tennessee.

Nicki has some neat gun photos from Valley Forge in this post.

Sebastian reports that Bob Barr has cut to the chase about the Lautenberg attack on civil rights.

From Days of our Trailers: 'Ammunition Anonymous.'

Texas Fred reports on new police attacks on Iranian protesters and says this is what's coming to America if the government persists in assaulting the rights of citizens.

Walls of the City presents a mega-post on knives, complete with photos.


In a major embarrassment for the Obama Administration and Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned a lower court ruling issued by Sotomayor that denied promotions to white firefighters in Connecticut based upon their race.

Sotomayor had ruled that minority firefighters were entitled to the promotions in spite of the fact that they did not do as well on a key test as the white firefighters.

The ruling by Sotomayor had set off a firestorm of controversy revolving around the issue of 'reverse discrimination.'

And the ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court today is a stunning setback for Barack Obama, Sonia Sotomayor, and the Democrats on the Hill who are determined to place her on the high court.

This is not the first time Sotomayor's court decisions have been overturned. In fact, her decisions have been overturned by higher courts more than any other judge in the federal system.

The question is, will the SCOTUS ruling today be enough to deny Sotomayor a seat on the high court? Remember, Democrats have an overwhelming majority in Congress, and they have demonstrated again and again that they will engage in corruption, scandal, and arrogance, refusing to investigate corruption in their own ranks.

They may well railroad Sotomayor onto the Supreme Court in spite of her obvious incompetence.

Senators on the Hill need to near from the citizens that we will not tolerate any more shenanigans on their part to engage in blatant partisanship no matter what the consequences. They may well discover just how severe are the consequences come November of 2010.

Sunday, June 28, 2009

Exposing Gore's Lies, Defeating Cap and Trade

The tide is turning as the Cap and Trade battle moves to the Senate. Due to the massive outpouring of citizen protest, some Senators are saying the bill is dead on arrival. We'll see.

Here is my comprehensive analysis of the issues related to the bill at Columbia Conservative Examiner.

The rationale given for the bill is based upon lies. We expose them. We also publish the names of numbers of 8 RINOS who voted for it, and 22 blue dog Democrats who also voted for it. They are turncoats.

Be sure to read and tell a friend.