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Saturday, July 11, 2009

A Good Man Being Destroyed by Obama-thugs!

Remember Joe the Plumber and how Obama-thugs illegally dug into state records in Ohio to attempt to find dirt that would destroy his reputation?

Well, the Obama-thugs are at it again! Read how yet another good man is being destroyed by the Chicago gangland tactics of 'the politics of personal destruction.'

Click here for Columbia Conservative Examiner for all of the details.

Friday, July 10, 2009

Opinion Polls and Puzzling Behavior at White House

The polls are tanking for Barack Obama, but...

...the White House is engaging in some puzzling behavior that defies logic.

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

Second Amendment News Roundup for 7/10/09

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

David Codrea says that a terrible new ammunition law should show gun owners the importance of acting locally.

John Logenecker has a reminder for the powers-that-be: fighting the law-abiding doesn't fight crime.

Howard Nemerov of Austin Gun Rights Examiner asks a vital question that MUST be seriously considered: how well does government protect us?

Seattle Gun Rights Examiner posts the intriguing news story of a 3-year-old unsolved murder of 2 women who were shot in the head, but so far, no suspects, and no gun.

Around O-Town issues 'a strong warning to any and all would-be invaders.' Take a look.

Way Up North provides a MUST-read on the late-breaking news concerning Governor Sarah Palin and the Second Amendment.

Traction Control has a great post with photos on the Tactilite .50 BMG AR-15.

Say Uncle reports news on gun rights in public housing.

Mr. Completely updates us on the upcoming Gun Bloggers Rendezvous, including the donation of a new Hi Point 9mm. Carbine.

And now, we interrupt this program for a 'paid political announcement.' Ladies and gentlemen, Notoriously Conservative presents the distinguished Senator from Minnesota, Al Franken.

Walls of the City posts essential reading entitled, 'Fear for the Future.'

Sebastian says that the infamous American Hunters and Shooters Association is making a bad bet.

Robb Allen notes that a longtime easy source of weapons for criminals is none other than the police!

Breda reports good news concerning the gunowner and guest on the Gun Nuts Radio program who was charged with concealed carry violations.

Squeaks fired off an email of complaint to the NRA over their apparent failure at marketing and customer service.

Standing By presents a highly thought-provoking read entitled, 'Of Government and Being Conservative.'

In case you missed it, The Ol' Broad has the pic of the new car Obama and his minions want all of America to begin driving. It's called 'The Barry.' lol

Thursday, July 09, 2009

Second Amendment News Roundup for 7/9/09

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

Texas Fred reports that the Texas AG has filed an Amicus Brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in the fight against Chicago's attempt to dismantle the citizens' gun rights.

1 With a Bullet has a great read on quick-draw specialist Joe Bowman, western shootist performer extraordinaire, who died recently.

The Bobo Files alerts us to the fact that for the 3rd day in a row, Obama continues on a downhill free-fall in the polls!

Roberta X thoroughly reams a 'progressive' who has a problem with the exclusive nature of private clubs. Isn't that why they are 'private?!

Alphecca gives us another example of the stupidity of the notion that 'only cops should have guns.'

Every Blade of Grass reports the dreadful news that the city of Carson has enacted restrictions on ammunition sales.

From Brigid at Home on the Range: 'Socialism, As Explained to Barkley.'

Ride Fast and Shoot Straight has an interesting read on America's legal import/export gun sales business.

Insight on Freedom posts provocative reading from Alan Caruba entitled, 'Electing a Moron.'

The Rustmeister presents the quote of the day on concealed carry.

Tam notes that the notion among Democrats to enact a 2nd stimulus package is the perfect definition of insanity. Take a look.

Say Uncle has news on a perfectly stupid proposal to regulate person-to-person gun sales.

Sebastian reports that when Michigan AG Mike Cox signed onto the Amicus Brief in support of the Second Amendment against the city of Chicago, he got reamed by The Free Press. Well, apparently Cox is not one to take such a thing sitting down. Take a look.

Kurt Hofmann has a whopper of a headline that should create a stir--'Brady Campaign to Create Gun Crime.' Read it all.

Mike Vanderboegh provides highly informative reading on what the current riots in China really mean.

Conservative Libertarian Outpost posts a strongly-worded protest to the NRA over many of their recent decisions. The Sotomayor nomination for SCOTUS is a case in point. Read it all. Controversial, but has merit!

David Codrea asks a very important question for all concerned citizens--where does YOUR state's Attorney-General stand on the Second Amendment?

EXCLUSIVE--Interview with Conservative for Congress

In this Columbia Conservative Examiner exclusive, we have a chat with a true-blue conservative running against an entrenched liberal Democrat for U.S. Congress.

Click on the link above to read about Mike Yost, the kind of man we need to be sending to Washington.

If the GOP expects to regain the confidence of the American public, it had best be pulling out all the stops to support candidates such as Yost.

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Wednesday, July 08, 2009

Second Amendment News Roundup for 7/8/09

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

CNS News reports explosive news that a Congressional report confirms that the federal government caused the housing crisis. Barney Frank is one of the culprits.

CNS also reports that House Democratic leader Steny Hoyer actually laughed at the notion that Democrats would actually read the massive, ominous socialized healthcare bill before voting on it.

From Mike McCarville: 'Let's Mourn the Real American Heroes.'

Kurt Hofmann has an update on the claim that 90% of illegal guns in Mexico come from the U.S.

Pax Parabellum posts the quote of the day on how the Russians aren't swooning over Obama.

From David Codrea: 'LA Sheriff's Report on Street Justice Nostalgia.'

CarteachO has an interesting piece on an old Savage FVSS, with photos, that he bought years ago. He also shows the ammo for it.

Gun Nuts presents a recap and audio from last night's edition of Gun Nuts Radio.

Sebastian points to an article on the gun rationing law in New Jersey.

Tam adds her commentary on this issue and has a word or two to say about the anti-Bill of Rights crowd.

Robb Allen has a good quote from Joe Huffman on the gun control movement.

So what on earth has happened to Uncle's ammo order he placed way back on June 4?!

Standing By posts THE must-read of the day on Sarah Palin. I agree 100%!

Mike Vanderboegh wonders what's up with the shut-down of federal websites by a cyber attack.

From Notoriously Conservative: 'Are You an Obama Fan?' LOL!

Live from the Upper Texas Gulf Coast provides the latest example of the government's unforgivable failure to secure the southern border.

Days of our Trailers reports the good news that the Cato Institute has filed an Amicus Brief on the Second Amendment at the U.S. Supreme Court.

Walls of the City has today's update on the restaurant carry lawsuit.

Texas Fred continues to hammer away at U.S. Senator John Cornyn, R-Texas, who acts more like a Democrat when it comes to spending taxpayer's money.

From Bloviating Zeppelin: 'America, Here's Your Islamist Future.' Take a look!

UPDATE! Poll Confirms Obama Approval Free-Fall

About 2 hours ago, pollster Scott Rasmussen released today's late-breaking poll which confirms the news leak reported in the wee hours of this morning--Obama is tanking in the polls.

Read my update, including statistical data. at Columbia Conservative Examiner.

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Shocker Poll on Obama to be Released Today!

A news leak indicates that Scott Rasmussen will release the results today of a brand new poll showing some shocking news for the Obama camp.

Read all about it at Columbia Conservative Examiner!

Get tomorrow's headlines before they are reported!

Tuesday, July 07, 2009

McCain, Graham, Collins, and Snowe

No, it's not a singing group like Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young. They are more like 'the four horsemen of the apocalypse.'

McCain, Graham, Collins, and Snowe are the four Republicans who are most likely to vote in favor of the cap and trade energy tax in the Senate.

The good news is that a dozen Democrats have expressed doubt about the bill due to its enormous cost to the citizens and our economy.

Read all about it at Columbia Conservative Examiner.

Tell a friend, and let's get this thing stopped.

Second Amendment News Roundup for 7/7/09

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

Sipsy Street Irregulars presents the must-read of the day from Claire Wolf: 'Preparing for Civil Unrest.' This is the fruits of illegitimacy.

David Codrea asks the question, 'Is the Gun Culture to Blame for McNair's Death?'

Kurt Hofmann sounds the alarm on legislation in Congress giving AG Eric Holder the authority to arbitrarily declare certain orgs as 'hate groups.' And that includes gun organizations and gun owners.

JR, our friend over at 'A Keyboard and a .45,' has been on a Medifast journey of weight loss. Today he gives a report at the 6-week interval. Go over there and give him some moral support!

Alphecca reports that the Michigan Attorney-General has joined the NRA in challenging Chicago's handgun ban before the U.S. Supreme Court.

CarteachO has an excellent read on sight focus and prescription glasses, in case you missed it.

Texas Fred has the scoop on U.S. Senator John Cornyn, R-Texas, being booed at a Tea Party.

Walls of the City has some good news from Tennessee concerning guns in parks.

Conservative Libertarian Outpost says that 'some dorks just can't wait.' Read it all.

Days of our Trailers posts a must-read on the serial killer in South Carolina. He had a rap sheet 25 pages long, and he was out on parole.

Free in Idaho presents 'one little detail' that is well-worth your consideration. Short and to the point.

Wow. Take a look at THIS from Say Uncle concerning what cops are telling their families to do!

Sebastian provides a state-by-state map of the Attorneys-General who signed/did not sign the amicus brief in support of SCOTUS taking up the Incorporation of the Second Amendment.

LOL. The Wandering Minstrel is retiring and says he can't wait to get the heck out of the 'People's Republik of Kalifornia.'

Speaking of Kalifornia, Ride Fast and Shoot Straight muses on why AG Jerry Brown is helping us on the gun issue. Ulterior motives from a far-Left loon!

Tam posts a timely comment on California's financial collapse--the sending of IOUs.

Breda is solo-hosting tonight's edition of Gun Nuts Radio.

In case you missed it, The Smallest Minority has a MUST-read entitled, 'The Death of a Civilization.' Read it all.

Around O-Town provides brief but important commentary on the state of America today in 'The Fog of the Good Life.'

Paul Davis passes along this blog that updates the situation in Honduras--Honduras Abandoned. It's well worth taking a look. What's happening there may well be a foreshadowing of America unless the citizens take back the country from dangerous socialists.

Monday, July 06, 2009


Today we the citizens MUST get back to work to stop the ominous Cap and Trade bill that Democrats, Obama, and some Republicans want to shove down our throats.

Friends, this albatross will sink the economy at a time when we cannot withstand such a hit. Not only is it a bad concept, but the timing comes at the worst possible moment for the American economy.

Michelle Malkin has the latest on the battle in the U.S. Senate that starts TODAY.

Time to burn up the phone lines, faxes, and emails to let ALL Senators know that the citizens are OUTRAGED that they would even briefly consider such a sham. And let them know they WILL have hell to pay if they vote for this monstrosity that will cost over a million U.S. jobs and raise our taxes and energy costs by an extra $1300 to $3000 PER YEAR.

And be sure the RINOS get the message--John McCain, Lindsey Graham, Susan Collins, Olympia Snowe, and others of their ilk who will sell out the citizens in order to 'cut a deal' with the devil.

Second Amendment News Roundup for 7/6/09

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

Western Rifle Shooters Association has a must-read on the various types of traps set for a society by those who wish to destroy it and then change it.

Standing By has another must-read, alerting us to the fact that now it's THE LEFTWING that's calling for an armed revolt. Gee, and here I thought only us 'rightwing, extremist, gun-totin' homegrown terrorists' were supposedly all for armed revolt!

Way Up North, as an Alaskan, posts some thoughts concerning Governor Palin's resignation.

Conservative Libertarian Outpost presents a shocking piece concerning the Latinos and their threat to the U.S., as depicted in their celebration of 'The FARCE of July'!

Codrea's Gun Rights Examiner points to a Republican weasel who is opposed to concealed carry. Yes, my friends, they are in the GOP Mitt Romney, for example.

Kurt Hofmann examines California's 'assault weapon' ban and notes that even with the ban some think it's not restrictive enough! Just like the antis. When they succeed with one ban, they move to more restrictions!

Insight on Freedom says that Americans are continuing to arm themselves in record numbers.

The Rustmeister notes that a sports writer used the death of NFL star Steve McNair as an opportunity to go on an anti-gun rant.

Notoriously Conservative has interesting reading on a car that costs only 600 bucks and gets 258 miles per gallon. It's made by a German company but it's sold only in China.

Brigid writes about battles on the home front and notes that our soldiers are often returning home from overseas, only to find they have no job and no home.

Tam wonders about whether a certain gun is more 'patriotic' than the rest.

Say Uncle comments on fixing healthcare in America. A good read!

Robb Allen shares a list of some gun stuff he needs. Take a look at the list--there are some things there we all need to make sure we have.

Sebastian disagrees with Eugene Volokh's assertion that assault weapons bans 'could be legal' from a Constitutional standpoint. This is part 2 of his critique of Volokh. Be sure to click on link for Part 1 as well.

Ride Fast and Shoot Straight reminds us that this is the birthday of the AK-47.

John Jacob H reports that citizens in the small town of Gaffney, SC have started their own 'run on the gun stores' in light of a serial killer on the loose who has murdered 5 in the past 2 weeks. Gaffney is a small town in a sparsely-populated county. Naturally, something like this will cause quite a stir, more so than in large cities.

Pax Parabellum has a VERY important warning for America that arose out of his observations of what's happening 'across the pond.'

From Mike Vanderboegh: 'The Rule of Law is Dead, but the Rule of Man Should Take No Comfort from It.'

Conservatives in Political No-Man's Land

In today's political climate, one begins to wonder if there is any place among the top political Parties where conservatives are warmly embraced.

This is the subject of my discussion today at Columbia Conservative Examiner.

We'll take a look at the political landscape and discuss some core conservative principles around which all conservatives should be able to unite.

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Good Morning!

Good morning, all!

I hope all of you had a great Independence Day weekend. It's great to be able to affirm and celebrate the birth of this nation and the liberties it represents.

As for me, I took some time off to rest, regroup, and enjoy the holiday weekend. And now I am ready to dive back into politics, gun rights, and liberty advocacy.

Today, we'll start with a post about my new article at Columbia Conservative Examiner. We'll also have the Second Amendment News Roundup and updates concerning the ominous Cap and Trade bill in the U.S. Senate.

As always, I deeply appreciate your support in reading these pages and visiting the Examiner site. Have a great Monday!